IAPB: Ophthalmic Nurses Prepare for 2020

13 May 2019
Source: IAPB

The World Health Organization (WHO) and International Council of Nurses announce that 2020 is the year of the Nurse and Midwife. This is to honour the 200th birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale, and timed to launch the WHO State of the World Report on nurses and midwifes. The IAPB community have embraced this opportunity by preparing several new initiatives to

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RCN: The nature, scope and value of ophthalmic nursing

5 September 2018
Source: RCN

The prevailing theme in the previous Nature, scope and value of ophthalmic nursing  publications (1990, 2000, 2009) is that modern ophthalmic nursing is dynamic. Ophthalmic nursing continues to expand and develop. In order to meet the needs of patients, policy makers and public perceptions, ophthalmic nursing care has had to change to incorporate the challenges of evolving health care demands.

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RCN Ophthalmic Nurses PUB-005816
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Eyes Right! Helping Non-ophthalmic Health Care Professionals Deliver Quality Care Safely PUB-006509
Eyes Right! Helping Non-ophthalmic Health Care Professionals Deliver Quality Care Safely PUB-006509
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Vacancy: Clinical Leadership Fellow – Eye Health Practitioners.

15 June 2016
Source: Health Education England, Yorkshire and Humber

This MDT Ophthalmology Academy post is suitable for highly motivated Ophthalmic Nurses, Optometrists and Orthoptists (Band 6 and above) who wish to develop their leadership skills and aid in developing systems to train the future MDT Trainers. You will have the opportunity to train as an MDT service provider. The post will be based predominantly in the new eYeMDA Academy

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