Visualise Training and Consultancy would like feedback from ‘Seeing Beyond the Eyes’ course delegates

Peter Black at Optrafair 2019

9 April 2019
Source: Visualise Training and Consultancy

Following the release our ‘Seeing Beyond the Eyes’ report findings, I’d be very interested to hear of any changes you’ve made that are having a positive impact at visualisetrainingandconsultancy@outlook.com (please advise if you are happy for us to share on our website and social media and feel free to send photos). Here’s a link to the report – https://www.visualisetrainingandconsultancy.com/resources/sbe-project-findings/ We

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Official Statistics Release and Revision: Family Practitioner Services (FPS) Statistics for Northern Ireland

18 December 2018
Source: BSO information Unit

Family Practitioner Services (FPS) Statistics for Northern Ireland – Quarterly Series to Q2 2018/19 has been published today. This quarterly series, produced in accordance with the Code of Practice for Statistics, is a subset of the annual information with data provided for certain key tables relating to GP, Pharmacy, Dental and Ophthalmic activity within the Northern Ireland FPS. The quarterly updates

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Royal College of Ophthalmologists publish the results of the 2017 SAS Ophthalmologist Workforce Survey.

24 August 2018
Source: Royal College of Ophthalmologists

In 2017, the RCOphth undertook its first national survey of SAS ophthalmologists (Staff and Associate Specialist Ophthalmologists), the results of which are published here. The RCOphth wish to work actively with SAS doctors, their colleagues and external organisations to develop actions for improvement. The survey was sent to 175 SAS doctors from a representative sample of ophthalmology departments in the

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Independent: UN denounces British government for failing to protect disabled peoples’ rights

4 September 2017
Source: The Independent

The Government has been criticised by the United Nations for failing to uphold the rights of disabled people through a string of austerity policies. An inquiry into the UK’s progress in fulfilling its commitments to a major UN convention found ministers have failed people with disabilities through a catalogue of policies in recent years, affecting a range of areas from

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Alcon Report: Driving Patient Access to Innovative Technology in Eye Health

14 October 2015
Source: Alcon

Alcon Report: Driving Patient Access to Innovative Technology in Eye Health: Improving Quality of Life for Patients with Astigmatism Alcon provides the eye health community with a clear example of where innovation in eye health technology exists, but is often lacking within the NHS. It makes the case for increased access to toric intraocular lenses for astigmatic patients undergoing cataract

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