We have been working with teams across the College and with members to develop a website that showcases the purpose and work of the RCOphth.
The website is:
- Easy to use
- Easy to find things
- Bright, bold, and contemporary.
Helping you find what you need
Our new website has some great features to help you find the information that you need:
- New menu: this has been developed based on data about how users navigate our current website, together with input from key members and staff.
- Search function: the search function is much more intuitive. This means that it is more likely to return more accurate results.
- ‘I am looking for’: this is a new feature on the home page and helps you find specific information that you are looking for.
Getting to know our new website
This section showcases our strategy, policy campaigns and flagship initiatives. It will be continually updated with new content about our work. This section also introduces the profession of ophthalmology, career options, other multi-disciplinary professions involved in ophthalmic practice and information for non-UK doctors.
Research & Academic
The RCOphth advocates the importance of research to improve patient care and advance the practice of ophthalmology. You can find out about our scientific journal Eye and our British Ophthalmological Surveillance Unit.
A hub for training information. Providing a ‘one stop shop’ for Doctors in Training and for Trainers. We’ve created sections for ophthalmic local training and ophthalmic practitioner training with more information being added to support these new routes of training.
Education & Events
We have combined Education and Events to provide you with information about our events and courses, including Congress as well as continued professional development resources.
This section has information for examinees and examiners, including how to book an exam and exam policies.
Standards & Guidance
The information here provides all those involved in eye care with guidelines and resources to deliver high quality standards of eye care and information on commissioning and patient safety.
About the College
This section of the website focuses on the staff and vacancies, College Officers, committees, and all those involved in the work of the College. It provides information about the governance infrastructure and leadership teams that direct our work.
News and Views
Read our latest news articles, statements and listen to the Eye-to-Eye podcasts from the RCOphth.
The curriculum for specialist training in ophthalmology describes the outcomes of seven years of postgraduate training, which leads to a certificate of completed training (CCT). This link takes users to the OST curriculum microsite.
This will take you through to a self-service hub where you can book exams or events, and access benefits like the Eye journal. It is important that members keep their profile and work details updated.
Use this tool to find what you are looking for. The improved function offers you a further filter of ‘pages’, ‘news’, ‘resources’, ‘events & courses’ and ‘exams’.
Developing our web presence
We will continue to work with key stakeholders to ensure that our website has the most up to date content.
We already know that we want to develop aspects of our website and have a plan in place to do this. We will be making use of data to monitor the effectiveness of the website and make changes based on this information.