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Webinar: Delivering eye care in the current lockdown: a Q&A with sector bodies

  • This panel webinar will allow you to pose questions to your sector bodies


7pm – 8.30pm, 14 January 2021 Add to calendar




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Delivering eye care in the current lockdown: a Q&A with sector bodies

Join us alongside ABDO, AOP, FODO and the GOC for a live Q&A on delivering eye care during lockdown. We’ll discuss the Amber Phase guidance, raising concerns with your employer, providing care that is in your patients’ best interest, and more. The session will be chaired by Richard Edwards from the OCCS (Optical Consumer Complaints Service).

Marcus Dye

Acting Director of Strategy

Richard Edwards

OCCS (Optical Consumer Complaints Service)

Peter Hampson

Clinical Director

Daniel Hardiman-McCartney FCOptom Higher Cert Glaucoma

Clinical Adviser
The College of Optometrists

Debbie McGill

Head of Policy and Public Affairs

Harjit Sandhu MCOptom

Group Managing Director

Please note this webinar does not offer CET points.

The session will cover the following:
  • How best to interpret amber guidance during national lockdowns.
  • Why providing ongoing eye care is important.
  • Remote triage.
  • Remote consultations.
  • Prioritising patients.
  • Reporting your concerns if you feel under pressure from your employer to not follow Amber guidance.
  • Minimising and managing risk, including concerns about PPE.
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