Practical Applications of Ophthalmic Assisting: A Step by Step Guide

Australian eBook Publisher
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This book is designed for any person who would like to be help assist within the eye clinic. It is a theoretical and practical step by step based learning tool. It provides information about how clinics run, clinical staff's roles within a clinic and common eye conditions and their treatment with step by step details of how to perform various tests essential in a clinic. This is a self disciplined course to be monitored by clinical supervisors. Please consult with your supervisors for any variances or protocols within your own clinic. It is divided into 5 Chapters covering all aspects needed to provide Ophthalmic assistant with the theoretical and practical component needed within a clinic. Developed by Dolly Nanda, an Orthoptist that have been continually working within the ophthalmic field for over 28years providing hands on care to patients and also lecturing/tutoring and mentoring students in ophthalmic assisting. "Teaching and developing the profession is a passion and I want to ensure that all professionals are upholding best practices. The textbook provides anyone to be a vital contributing part of the growing Ophthalmic practice with knowledge and practical information to provide best practices." Endorsed by: Dr Lee Lenton MBBS FRANZCO FRACS "This is excellent and I believe it is an improvement on the previous course. All the information is accurate and up to date."
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About the author

Dolly Nanda - Graduated in 1988 and since has worked in many Ophthalmic clinics with varying roles from Orthoptist, Practice Manager, Clinical Supervisor, Business Developer, Lecturer, Industry Representative, Optometrist Liaison officer, Surgical assistant and Mentor. Dolly has worked with all sub specialities, including General Ophthalmology, Cataract/Glaucoma/Retinal specialist as well as Refractive Surgery and Oculoplastics. Along with assiting Ophthalmologists with surgical procedures from Retinal intravitreal injections, Fluorescein Angiograms to Cataract and Oculoplastic surgery.

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Australian eBook Publisher
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Published on
May 30, 2018
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Pages
383
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ISBN
9781925635973
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Language
English
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Genres
Medical / General
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