To Refer or Not to Refer?
Often the gap between high street practice and hospital eye clinics can seem a large one. It can seem that little is known by each of the setting about the work of the other and this can sometimes lead to misunderstandings or event disagreements.
This lecture will explore best practice working partnerships between optometrists and ophthalmologists to share knowledge and expertise for better patient care and clinical outcomes.
This presentation was delivered as a CPD approved lecture at the Eyecare conference in Glasgow in January 2018.
This content is worth 1 CPD point and you can undertake and additional discussion to make this CPD interactive.
CPD Points: 1
CPDpoints.com credits: 1
Expiry Date: 31/12/2024
Interactive points available
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