These events are organised and funded by Santen and will contain promotional information.

How to beat burnout in the new ways of working

Chaired by Miss Fiona Spencer and featuring Dr Rachel Morris – Executive Coach and Trainer and host of the popular ‘You are Not a Frog’ podcast. Are you a healthcare professional who wants to thrive at work, feel calm, competent & love what you do again? Do the new ways of working during the pandemic, the workload and long hours make you feel overwhelmed? Is it possible to do a great job under so much pressure? Dr Rachel Morris believes that healthcare professionals should be able to thrive at work. She will introduce you to a simple yet powerful set of tools that will help you do just that and help you take control over your time, your wellbeing and your response to stress.
CPD points will be applied for

Delivering high quality care through multidisciplinary teams. Santen Optometrist and Nurse Education (ONE) Meeting

This webinar will be of particular interest to ophthalmology nurses, hospital and community-based optometrists, orthoptists and ophthalmic technicians involved in the care of people with eye conditions. Chaired by Miss Fiona Spencer and featuring presentations from leading experts within the field including Michelle Rickerby (Corneal Nurse Specialist), Sophie Harper (Principal Optometrist, Corneal Service), Patrick Gunn (Principal Optometrist for Education and Training) David Cummins (Optometric Advisor and Community Optometrist) and Shirley Miller (Advanced Nurse Practitioner). We will be exploring the journey to becoming an ophthalmology nurse specialist, the value and delivery of shared care services, training and education for specialist roles and addressing some of the challenges relating to adherence to glaucoma medications. This meeting will also provide a forum to share clinical experience and promote best practice for the benefit of patients.
CPD/CET points will be applied for

Chaired by Miss Fiona Spencer and featuring:
Journey to becoming an ophthalmology nurse specialist

Shirley Miller, NHS Fife


Shared care Fife HB Glaucoma Project

David Cummins, NHS Fife


Supporting adherence to glaucoma medications

Shirley Miller, NHS Fife


Supporting patients through the pandemic: learnings from a nurse-led dry eye clinic

Interview featuring Michelle Rickerby, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust


Teams Glaucoma and Corneal at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital

Sophie Harper and Patrick Gunn, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

Advancing Medical Ophthalmology Practice 2021. An educational meeting for medical ophthalmologists

This webinar is aimed at hospital and community-based medical ophthalmologists across Ireland that are involved in the management of dry eye disease and Glaucoma. In this webinar we will be exploring current research and practical challenges in dry eye disease management and glaucoma within community and hospital-based settings. Chaired by Dr. Alison Blake and featuring presentations and rotating breakout sessions with leading experts, Professor Rupert Bourne (Cambridge University Hospital) and Mr Sajjad Ahmad (Moorfields Eye Hospital).
CPD points will be applied for
This webinar is open to medical ophthalmologists working in Ireland.

09:30
Introduction

Dr. Alison Blake, Cavan General & Mater Hospital

09:35
Ocular Surface Disease and considerations while managing patients with Glaucoma

Professor Rupert Bourne, Cambridge University Hospital

10:05
A patient centric approach to the management of dry eye disease

Mr Sajjad Ahmad, Moorfields Eye Hospital

10:35
Rotating breakout sessions

Case study/Q&A sessions with Professor Rupert Bourne and Mr Sajjad Ahmad

11:25
Summary and close

Dr. Alison Blake

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