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National Ophthalmology Database receives funding boost

Jan 06

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists is delighted to announce that the National Ophthalmology Database Audit (NOD) has received further funding for 2020. The contribution provided by Bausch + Lomb for the calendar year of 2020, will help ensure the continued aims of the audit to facilitate the highest standards of quality assurance and improvement in patient care

  • 6 January 2020

SeeAbility releases new film for Learning Disability week

Jun 27

The national disability charity aims to encourage people with learning disabilities to look after their eyes and have regular sight tests, and eye care professionals to make reasonable adjustments so that people get the care they need. The theme for Learning Disability Week 2018 is health, and SeeAbility’s new film is about Leanne, a young

  • 27 June 2018

The Health Foundation Innovating for Improvement programme now open for applications

Jun 14

The Health Foundation has £1.7 million available for up to 23 clinical teams through the latest round of our Innovating for Improvement programme. The funding can be used to test and develop innovative ideas and approaches to improve health and social care delivery in the UK. The Foundation are particularly interested in applications that focus

  • 14 June 2018

‘Ophthalmology Failsafe’ Initiative – Joint working under the Elective Care Transformation Programme, GIRFT and The Royal College of Ophthalmologists

May 02

As many members will know, The Royal College of Ophthalmologists has been campaigning for a number of years about the increasing and overwhelming demand placed on the hospital eye service, through the RCOphth Three Step Plan1 and the 2017 British Ophthalmological Surveillance Unit (BOSU) research which found patients suffering permanent and severe visual loss due

  • 2 May 2018

APPG for Eye Health and Visual Impairment Inquiry Launch at Parliament

May 02

The College has been working with the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Eye Health and Visual Impairment and their inquiry which identifies solutions to the capacity crisis in England, to ensure that services meet demand. The inquiry report will be launched at a reception in Parliament on 6 June 2018 from 4pm to 6pm

  • 2 May 2018