role in the development delivery and quality assurance of ophthalmology

Role in the development delivery and quality

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role in the development, delivery and quality assurance of ophthalmology training across the Deanery by: Negotiating and leading on a strategy for ophthalmology specialty training in the Deanery in line with The Royal College of Ophthalmologists’ policy and national guidelines Supporting and leading the transition to Modernising Medical Careers (MMC) Ensuring that the provision of ophthalmology education and training is of a consistently high quality across the Deanery and that regular quality monitoring takes place Coordinating quality monitoring processes according to PMETB requirements and implementing PMETB standards and recommendations Supporting the implementation of the ophthalmology curricula, both the HST curriculum and new OST curriculum Developing the structure and function of the Board of Ophthalmology Developing the working relationship between the Board and the local Specialist Training Committee(s) in ophthalmology where these exist separately from the Board. Contributing to the selection and appointment processes of both trainees and educators Consulting and informing colleagues and providing support and advice to trainees Ensuring that a network of communication exists between the Deanery and the College and supporting the Deanery in its communications with PMETB To develop and oversee standardised quality control systems on which quality assurance programmes depend. This will involve working with The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and PMETB as required, in particular to ensure training standards in ophthalmology meet the standards set out
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