Peer Discussion, London

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Where: Association of Optometrists, 2 Woodbridge Street, London, EC1R 0DG

Interactive CET points approved: 3

Target groups: O, DO

Prices from: Book or join now to attend this event Interactive CET points approved: 3

Peer discussion is a great way to share ideas and reflect on different approaches. You will be presented with a range of cases, clinical scenarios and ethical dilemmas to discuss in small groups with your peers.

Delegates will benefit from

  • Hearing different approaches to managing clinical situations from their peers
  • Understanding appropriate referral and management pathways
  • Recognising the importance of reflection on current and future practice

By attending one of the AOP Peer Discussions you will be fulfilling the GOC Peer Review requirement for Optometrists. These events do not cover the requirement for contact lens opticians or therapeutic specialist optometrists.

Please note that all the peer discussions in 2019 will cover the same cases and therefore points will only be awarded once.

Time Session name CET points
6.15pm - 7.00pm Registration & buffet
7.00pm - 9.00pm Peer Discussion 3
Association of Optometrists, 2 Woodbridge Street, London, EC2R 0DG

C-70268: Peer discussions

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Learning objectives:

  • Understand how to manage a patient presenting with blurred vision 
  • Be aware of legal obligations in relation to safeguarding
  • Know when and how to refer an ocular abnormality
  • Understand the management of a patient with diplopia
  • Understand how to communicate effectively with a patient's family member
  • Understand the Humphrey field plot
  • Understand some of the causes of blurred vision

   Rate
 AOP Members
 Complimentary
 Non-members  £95 (including VAT)
Please note that all bookings for AOP events are subject to our terms and conditions, which include our cancellation policy.
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Prices from: Book or join now to attend this event Interactive CET points approved: 3