KAB Vacancy: Eye Clinic Liaison Officer – Bromley and Bexley

Kent Association for the Blind logo

7 January 2020
Source: Kent Association for the Blind

Hours of work: 35 hours per week; Monday to Friday 9am-5pm Salary: £21,853 – £28,495 per annum Location: Based at Princess Royal University Orpington, Queen Mary Hospital Sidcup, Bromley Sight Centre, 18 Blyth Road, Bromley, BR1 3RX and covering the area of service. Closing date: 30 January 2020, 9am Interview date: 13 February 2020 About you The ideal candidate will

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Thomas Pocklington Trust: Holistic approach to increase access to services and activities for blind and partially sighted people in Birmingham

6 December 2019

Blind and partially sighted people in Birmingham will have greater access to sports, employment and social activities following new arrangements unveiled at a meeting today. These services, funded by Thomas Pocklington Trust, were previously delivered via Birmingham Vision. Following a sustainability review, the Birmingham Vision board took the decision to close the charity on the basis that Thomas Pocklington Trust

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KAB Vacancy: Eye Clinic Liaison Officer – Bromley and Bexley

Kent Association for the Blind logo

21 November 2019
Source: Kent Association for the Blind

Hours of work: 35 hours per week; Monday to Friday 9am-5pm Salary: £21,853 – £28,495 per annum Location: Based at Princess Royal University Orpington, Queen Mary Hospital Sidcup, Bromley Sight Centre, 18 Blyth Road, Bromley, BR1 3RX and covering the area of service. Closing date: 9 December 2019, 9am Interview date: 17 December 2019 About you The ideal candidate will

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Updated ECLO Quality Framework and Practice Guidelines are now available

30 October 2019
Source: RNIB

The revised Framework replaces the first turquoise booklet that was first published in by the RNIB in 2014. This document sets out what a good ECLO service should look like, regardless of location or employing organisation. Essentially the core role of the ECLO is unchanged from the original Framework back in 2014, but the RNIB have updated it in the

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RNIB ECLO Quality Framework And Practice Guidelines May 2019 FINAL With Columns
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Referrals change lives

Daniel and his guide dog

29 April 2019
Source: Visualise Training and Consultancy

It’s time for your regular appointment at your local high street optician. Each year you receive a reminder letter and you go along feeling relaxed and ready to enjoy the rest of your day after your appointment is over. Thousands of people do this every day and many thousands do come away feeling happy and relieved and go on to

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New patient standards to increase support for eye clinic patients

12 October 2018
Source: UK Ophthalmology Alliance

The UK Ophthalmology Alliance (UKOA) has worked in partnership with The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) to develop a set of patient standards designed to improve care for eye clinic patients. The national Standards make clear the importance of patient support and state that all eye clinics should have an ECLO (Eye Clinic Liaison Officer) and adhere to

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Sight for Surrey Vacancies: Eye Clinic Liaison Officers

1 November 2016
Source: Sight for Surrey

Eye Clinic Liaison Officer covering North West Surrey (Frimley Park, St Peters, Chertsey & Ashford Hospitals)  Part-time: 4 days per week (days to be negotiated)   Eye Clinic Liaison Officer covering East Surrey (East Surrey Hospital & Children’s Clinics across Surrey) Part-time: 3 days per week (days to be negotiated)   Two Year Fixed Contract (extension subject to funding) Salary

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