Your next free member CET event in the Northern Ireland region will take place in Belfast on Tuesday 4 April from 6pm.
The evening will consist of an interactive lecture followed by a peer discussion.
Lecture: 1 interactive CET point being applied for
Peer discussion: 3 interactive CET points being applied for
Peer discussion case study topics and competencies TBC
6.00pm Registration - hot fork buffet and networking
7.00pm Lecture : topic tbc
8.00pm Refreshments and networking
8.20pm Peer discussion
9.30pm Closing remarks and end of event
The peer discussion session will help optometrists improve their standards of patient care by discussing cases that are based on real practice with a small group of fellow clinicians. Discussing various approaches among peers stimulates interest and broadens perspectives as different practitioners may approach clinical and ethical problems in different ways.
The venue is next to Belfast International Airport so follow all signs for the aiport. Once on the airport grounds continue straight on Airport road. Shortly after the Sixt car hire take the first exit on the roundabout.
There are 150 complimentary parking spaces available on-site, on a first-come, first-served basis. To gain entrance to the car park take a ticket from the barrier and once you are parked take this ticket to the hotel reception for validation.
Although the event is free of charge to College members, it is vital that you register in advance.
Please note, in order to attend the event , you must be a College member at the time of the event.
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