A quality improvement tool which can be used to assess the quality of a service and provide a snapshot audit of a department.
Global resources are finite; as this becomes more apparent and the consequences of global warming start to affect more of the world’s population the concept of sustainability in healthcare is becoming more important. Ophthalmology is no exception and this paper has been created by a group of people from a wide variety of disciplines to inform, guide, provoke thought and offer practical solutions to some of the sustainability issues within ophthalmology.
This guideline covers the clinical presentation, differential daignosis and potential controversies with assigning retinal findings to abusive head injury.
The aim of the guidelines is to provide evidence-based, clinical guidance for the best management of different aspects of diabetic eye disease.
This guideline is designed for ophthalmologists managing children with strabismus.
This guideline covers the management of paitent undergoing routine ophthlamic procedures which require local anaesthesia.
This document describes a proposed data set for retinal detachment. The data set has been composed by a subcommittee of the Royal College Informatics and Audit Committee, comprising a representative selection of experts in retinal detachment working in a variety of healthcare environments across the UK.
This guidance document on the management of visual problems in people with learning disability aims to demonstrate how simple changes to practice will enhance the quality of care provided to people with learning disability. There are numerous personal accounts nationwide of ways in which ophthalmologists have been able to enhance the quality of life of people with learning disability. The impact of an intervention to improve sight should not be underestimated.
This document summarises the key messages contained with the Royal College of Ophthalmologists guidance on Management of visual problems in people with learning disability. The aim of this document is to demonstrate how simple changes to practice will enhance the quality of care provided to people with learning disability.