Webinar: Guidance on providing remote care for patients

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Where: Online webinar

Interactive CET points: 1

The measures introduced as part of the COVID-19 response have resulted in many more practitioners offering remote consultations, enabling them to continue providing essential and urgent care, and reducing the need for face-to-face consultations.

This webinar is intended to help practitioners provide remote care for patients in a safe, effective way, both as part of the care they provide in their everyday practice, and during exceptional circumstances, such as during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CET note

One interactive CET point has been applied for this webinar. To be eligible for the point you need to watch the duration of the webinar via a computer or hand held device. If you listen via the telephone only you will not be eligible for the point.

Registration

Please note that there are two steps to register for this webinar:

  1. Book on to the webinar by clicking ‘book now’ 
  2. On confirmation of your booking for this webinar you will receive an email with a link to register for the webinar on Zoom

1:30PM - 2:30PM

Guidance on providing remote care for patients

Kevin Wallace

Kevin Wallace is an IP optometrist, clinical advisor to the AOP legal department, and optometric advisor to NHS Lothian. He has significant experience of dealing with GOC and civil complaints, NHS payment verification issues and writes most of the guidance sent to Scottish optometrists on GOS issues. He has a particular interest in legal issues affecting optometrists in practice.