This manual covers the process of how the RCOphth develops commissioning guidance including guidance development group recruitment, writing process and peer review.
An audit tool which can be used to assess the quality and safety of an eye clinic.
This document intends to provide a glossary and basic introduction to the multiple facets of healthcare informatics and provides references for further reading.
This document highlights the cost effectivesness of performing strabisums surgery on adults and the evidence against the rationing on non-clinical grounds.
This document provides consensus guidance on good practice for urgent and emergency secondary ophthalmic care. Principles for such care delivered in the community are briefly outlined at the end of the document.
This document aims to provide advice and information for clinical staff who are involved in eye care in the ICU. It is primarily intended to help non-ophthalmic ICU staff to: 1.protect the eye in vulnerable patients, thus preventing ICU-related eye problems 2. identify disease affecting the eye in ITU patients, and specifically those which might need ophthalmic referral 3. deliver treatment to the eye when it is prescribed
This document provides an outline of the necessary standards fro Glaucoma virtual clinics including facilites, staffing and models of care
This is a briefing document on the themes and issues relevant to commissioning of ophthalmic services for children, on behalf of the Paediatric Sub-committee of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists
This document provides a guide to assist hospital departments to manage their paediatric ophthalmology service during the pandemic.