What’s changed in the College's Guidance for Professional Practice?

  • Hear about recent changes to our Guidance for professional practice, and how this will affect you in practice. College members only.

Date:

7pm - 8pm, 22 November 2017 Add to calendar

Webinar

Overview

In our first webinar for College members, Dr Susan Blakeney FCOptom, Clinical Adviser, will discuss the upcoming changes to our Guidance for professional practice, and how this will affect you in practice. The newly revised College Guidance will be released online in the next few weeks, with a hard copy delivered to members early in 2018.

Register now to attend our first webinar at 7pm on 22 November.

Dr Susan Blakeney FCOptom

Susan graduated from City University. After a pre-registration year in multiple practice she was awarded the President’s Prize from the College. Since then, she has completed both bachelor and master of laws degrees and a PhD. She has been awarded a MA in Medical Ethics and Law from Kings College London and has completed the post graduate ophthalmic public health module at Leeds University.

Susan was awarded Fellowship of the College in 2009, and has recently obtained the College’s Professional Certificate in Glaucoma. She currently practises part-time in independent practice, is a clinical adviser to the College of Optometrists, Optometric Adviser to NHS England, South (South East) and a Case Examiner for the General Optical Council.

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