To prepare for the coming winter, we are inviting all members to have the seasonal flu vaccination offered by their trust. As healthcare professionals, we have a duty to protect ourselves and our patients from contracting influenza infections which may have serious consequences. In addition to vaccinating ourselves, to reduce the pressures on the NHS and help in delivering a cost-effective prevention programme, we are asking you to take an active role in advising your eligible patient groups to have the flu vaccination. The flu vaccine is offered free to each of the following: all children aged 2-9 years old [...]
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The LOOP ( Leads of Orthoptic Profession) have a vacancy for a steering committee member and we would welcome any expressions of interest from those who are interested in taking up this role. This role is open to Heads of service or anyone with a leadership role in Orthoptics. The aims of LOOP include providing advice and support to orthoptic heads, deputy heads and leads of orthoptic services. LOOP provide a forum for advice and questions and to share best practice information, often in the form of emails and surveys to members. We also aim to raise awareness of issues [...]
The British and Irish Orthoptic Journal (BIOJ) is the official journal of the British and Irish Orthoptic Society, and was first published in 1939. Just as the role of orthoptists has evolved over time, the journal has also seen many changes over the years. Despite the changes, one thing has remained constant – the drive to share best practice through well conducted research. We recently moved BIOJ to a new online academic publisher (White Rose University Press). The journal is now an online-only journal, and members will no longer be receiving a paper copy. We are an open access journal [...]
Hi nice to meet you all!!! My name is Sam Aitkenhead and on 26th June at the BIOS conference AGM in sunny Brighton I started my 3 year term as your new BOSTU Advisor. I have worked for East Sussex Healthcare in Eastbourne and Hastings since qualifying in 2008. Many of you may know me as you may have passed through our department as students under my care. I have been a TU rep for several years attending staff side on a regular basis and I have also been involved in the job evaluation panel and the Policy officer group [...]