Practice team webinar: Dilemmas faced by frontline practice staff and how to overcome them
The first in our series for practice team members, delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision, this webinar will explore some of the common clinical and non-clinical dilemmas that may be faced by the practice team on a typical day in practice.
The session will consider how best to manage these scenarios to ensure that the duty of care to the patient is met in line with professional guidance and tips on procedures that can be put in place to help keep the practice running efficiently.
There is no CET associated with this session.
The practice team webinar series is free to attend for everyone. If you are not a member of AOP then you will need to register here to book on to this event. Each member of the practice team will need to register separately.
7:00PM - 7:45PM
Roshni Kanabar is an Optometrist, Visiting Clinical Tutor at City University and a Clinical & Regulatory Advisor for the Association of Optometrists.
Roshni studied at Anglia Ruskin University, before completing her pre-registration with Boots Opticians. She continued to work for them post qualifying in various roles such as Mobile Optometrist and Resident Optometrist in a variety of different branches across Middlesex, London and Hertfordshire. After leaving Boots in 2015 Roshni worked for various companies as a Locum Optometrist all over Hertfordshire and some areas of Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire. She also had the opportunity to work in the Isle of Wight for some time.
In 2016 Roshni fundraised over £2500 for Vision Aid Overseas and went to Cape Coast, Ghana for two weeks to provide training to the Student Eye Doctors of UCC (University of Cape Coast) and provide basic eye care to those in need. More recently, as well as working as a supervisor and examiner in the primary care clinics at City Sight, Roshni works for an independent Optometry practice in Hertfordshire, where she has a keen interest in binocular vision.
Roshni is also a Clinical & Regulatory Advisor for the AOP, where she has a very varied and interesting role supporting the profession and often represents the AOP as a media spokesperson.