Online therapeutics peer discussion 2 February 2021

  • This online peer discussion session is designed to help IP qualified members gain those important therapeutics peer discussion points.

Date:

7.30pm – 8.45pm, 2 February 2021 Add to calendar

C75899 - Therapeutics peer discussion

Please note this session is only open to IP qualified members or those with the AS qualification.
 
At our online session you will join a large group for an introduction and then participate in a small, virtual group to review three cases. We have created a case that focusses on remote consultations and the challenges faced in not being able to carry out all the usual tests and examinations.
 
The introduction session will be conducted by a lead facilitator and each small group will be facilitated by an IP qualified and experienced facilitator. The cases include:
 
  • A remote red eye
  • Child with a sore eye
  • Cataract post-operative assessment
Target group: Therapeutic prescriber
Competencies covered: Options and Safe
Learning objectives:
  • 2.1.1 Know the importance of taking an appropriate medical history in assessing risk factors and any presenting symptoms patients may have.
  • 2.1.2 Understand the appropriate clinical assessments for the three cases, using relevant techniques and equipment and relates findings to the clinical signs.
  • 4.1.1 Recognise the limits of own expertise and work within them when formulating a therapeutic management plan.
  • 4.1.2 Know when to refer, inform or seek guidance from a specialist in relation to the three different cases.
  • 2.1.6 To consider all treatment options for episcleritis including no treatment, non-pharmacological interventions and medicines usage.

You will earn three interactive CET points and cover your peer review requirement.

If you have any queries, please email events@college-optometrists.org

What members say about our peer discussions:

"These kind of peer reviews are fantastic and they work very well online. Great stuff! More please -and really good to discuss with other IP Optoms." Sarah Chilton MCOptom

"The case histories were relevant and are encountered frequently in practice." Julie Ferguson MCOptom

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