Category 1 – Clinical Expertise

Category 1 – Clinical Expertise

‘Clinical Expertise’ recognises a specialist ophthalmologist’s need to maintain their skills and knowledge to provide effective patient-centred care. It aligns with the role of an ophthalmologist as a medical expert and clinical decision maker. Examples of activities in this category include attendance at conferences and meetings, reading journals, undertaking journal based assessment, and participating in audit activities.
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