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Date registered: 4 March 2020

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  1. For our professional colleagues: Angle closure glaucoma — 19 June 2020
  2. Practice re-opening and our safety measures — 29 May 2020
  3. For our professional colleagues: Retinal Disease — 15 May 2020
  4. For our professional colleagues: Examining the optic disc — 17 April 2020
  5. For our professional colleagues: Online lesson on the interpretation of visual fields — 31 March 2020

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Jun
19

For our professional colleagues: Angle closure glaucoma

Dear all, We hope you and yours are all well. Things seem to be gradually going back to some sort of normal [fingers massively crossed]… We have been running small clinics for the last 4 weeks and they’ve been going well. We started off with 1 patient an hour, but found that such a large… Continue reading »

May
29

Practice re-opening and our safety measures

Dear patients and professional colleagues, I hope that you are all keeping well. The purpose of this message is to highlight some changes to the clinic visit that we have made in the light of the coronavirus pandemic.  This is primarily for the safety of our patients and  staff.  Just as your visit to a… Continue reading »

May
15

For our professional colleagues: Retinal Disease

We hope you, your families and all in your practices are well. As we head towards some slight loosening of the lockdown rules (picnics! garden centres!), we are beginning to make plans for resuming our clinics in this new environment, as we hope you are too. Things will be rather different: social distancing means separate… Continue reading »

Apr
17

For our professional colleagues: Examining the optic disc

Dear all, We hope that you and yours are all safe and well. As promised, we have posted another of Mark’s lectures on an educational topic. This lecture is a refresher on how to examine the optic disc in order to detect glaucoma and other conditions. We hope you find it of interest, and we… Continue reading »

Mar
31

For our professional colleagues: Online lesson on the interpretation of visual fields

Firstly, we hope that you and yours are all safe and well. These are quite extraordinary times we’re going through. We would normally be contacting you now to invite you to one of our regular lectures + wine tasting at the Royal Society of Medicine. Sadly, we’re going to have to put that off for… Continue reading »

Mar
23

Coronavirus update 23rd March

As a result of the global Coronavirus pandemic, and in line with NHS and worldwide best practice in affected areas, we have decided to partially close the practice from today until after Easter.  All patients who were due to come in have been informed – Mark is reviewing their notes and we are contacting them… Continue reading »

Mar
15

Coronavirus update 15th March

Many of our patients are concerned about the coronavirus. Obviously for the moment the number of confirmed cases in the UK is relatively low. We all hope that it will stay that way, but realistically it is likely to get worse before it gets better. So what do we recommend to our patients? Firstly, please… Continue reading »