When and where...

Date: Wednesday 20th September, 2017

Time: 9.15-3.45

Venue: Cardiff School of Optometry and Vision Science

 

Wales Millenium Centre

Conference presentations.

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Presentations and files.

2017

Conference programme (pdf)

Opening address - Fiona Jenkins

Qualified Teacher for the Visually Impaired/Habilitation - Sarah Hughes, Adrian Linney

Identification of Children with Visusal Impairment - Rebecca John

Children's vision screening pathway - Nicola Turner

Prudent Eye Care and Clinical Prioritisation - Mike Austin, Dr Graham Shortland

Update on All-Wales Standards for Accessible Communication and Information for People withn Sensory Loss - Marcia Morgan, Tracey Good

Local Health Board updates for outcomes and accessibility:

Abertawe Bro Morgannwg UHB

Aneurin Bevan HB

Cardiff and Vale UHB

Cwm Taf HB

Progress on the Wet AMD pathfinders service evaluation, Prof Rachel North

Outcomes from the Social Services and Wellbeing (Wales) Act and Population Needs Assessment - Mathew Xerri

Delivery Plan and Framework of Action and the outcomes and eccessibility issues and solutions for people who are deafblind - Andrew Tait.

2016

UCAN Productions - videos on Getting Around, Disclosure, and Support.

Innovations in Eye Services - Fiona Jenkins

Developing the Workforce - Karen Phillips

Innovation in the DESW - Andrew Crowder

Innovation in Social Services - Tracy Martin-Smith

Local Health Board Pilot Projects:

  • Aneurin Bevan LHB
  • Cwm Taf LHB
  • Powys Teaching LHB
  • Cardiff and Vale LHB
  • Abertawe Bro Morgannwg LHB
  • Hywel Dda LHB

    2015

    Conference Pack [.pdf]

    Integrated Health and Social Care - Lisa Dunsford [.docx]

    Minority Ethnic Take-Up of Services - Nick Sheen [.pptx]

    Prudent Health Care - Dr Ruth Hussey [.ppt]

    The Role of the Rehabilitation Officer - Kathryn Greenwood [.pptx]

    IT Optometric Connectivity - Andrew Griffiths [.pptx]

    Smoking Cessation Services - Sali Davis [.pptx]

    Reports from Regional Multi-Disciplinary Groups:

    2014

    Statistical Summary of Ophthalmic Services in Wales [.pptx]

    Special Schools Project in Wales [.pptx]

    IT roll-out across Primary and Secondary Care in Wales [.ppt]

    Patient Referral Pathways [.ppt]

    WECS Triage [.pptx]

    Public Awareness Campaign [.ppt]

    Wales Vision Strategy Group Update [.pptx]

    Eye Clinic Liaison Officer service in Powys [.pptx]

    Partnership working [Existing plan pdf], [Amended Plan pdf]

    2013

    2012

    A Clear Vision: Eye Care for Children and Young People in Special Schools in Wales - Nathan Davies

    Addressing Sensory Loss in Registered Care Homes - Ansley Workman

    Developments in Secondary Care - Chris Blyth

    Enhanced Eye Care in Wales - a new service

    Growing Up and Moving On - Elaine Kelleher

    Growing Up and Moving On Report | Directory of Services

    Learning Disability and Sight Loss - Jo Lawson

    Next Steps for Wales - the Role of the Third Sector - Ceri Jackson with Julie Thomas, Ruth Nortie and Sharon Beckett

    Preventive Medicine in Wales - Peter Ellwood

    Together for Eye Health Care - Barbara Ryan

    Wales Eye Care Service - Nick Sheen

    2011

    London Project to Cure Blindness

    Primary Care Optometry

    Reducing Presentations to Social Care

    Sight Loss and Depression

    Vision Care Programme for Children and Young People

    WEHE/PEARS

    2010

    Visual Impairment and Falls. [Powerpoint presentation in four parts: 1, 2, 3, 4]

    Rehab developments [Powerpoint presentation]

    Developments within the Eyecare Sector [Powerpoint presentation]

    Kirsty Williams wears the Sim Specs [audio mp3]