Optometrists Suresh Munyal and Andy Britton describe the benefits that an independent prescribing qualification has brought to their practice – and its role in future-proofing the profession
10 Feb 2020
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Well done both. Let’s see a commitment from the AOP and especially LOCSU that ip is the new normal and MECS merely a stepping stone to removing large numbers of patients needing non surgical ophthalmic care from hospital. No one is better placed to know who truly needs HES mgt than an ip optom. We have 500 now but it’s taken 13 years. That’s not even 5%. VICTORIA in Australia hit 90% with five years. RCOphth is on board and needs us. Please move.
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