Triaging Urgent Eye Conditions in Optometry Practice Recorded Webinar
Emergency and urgent eye condition triage is a process which involves the entire optometry practice team. Good awareness of red flag signs and symptoms amongst front of practice staff is vital, along with good clinical knowledge of the optometrist to aid effective triage. Having the correct processes in practice set up is also vital so that patients are seen without delay when the suffer a serious condition.
This session will offer:
Some of the key principles of an effective triage system within optometry practice
An overview of the main types of ocular emergency.
A few sample patient scenario discussion cases will be presented to consolidate this teaching.
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Expiry Date: 31/12/2024
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