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107年度 眼科護理及技術人員課程 學員簽到編號 &上課注意事項。

 

107年度 眼科護理及技術人員課程 上課注意事項說明,敬請參閱,謝謝!

 

01. 各區講習日期及報到地點:

   <北區> 04月15日;IEAT 松江會議中心 1樓 演講廳。

※ 再次提醒:為使更多學員可參與本課程,<北區>教室安排為"劇院型(無桌子)"。

   <中區> 05月06日;中國附醫 癌症大樓 1樓 階梯教室。

   <南區> 05月20日;高雄長庚紀念醫院 湖畔星光1樓 星光廳。

02. 報到時間:08:00~08:30。(課程時間:08:20~12:20含課後測驗。)

03.〝課程表〞及〝交通資訊〞,請至:會議及活動 / 國內活動 ←進入各區課程參閱。

04. 您的學員編號(以此編號簽到):請參閱下列附件【<各區>學員簽到編號】

05. 配合積分審核規定,請務必依學員編號親自簽到(請同時確認身份證字號否正確)

      及簽退(繳交測驗卷時),領取講義及收據

06.  護理及技術人員課程 報到、簽退流程:

       ① 依學員編號簽到 (請核對身份證字號,是否正確)。

       ② 向工作人員領取講義及收據 (同一院所連號者,可派代表領取,以節省排隊時間)。

       ③ 課後繳交測驗卷 (請務必填寫學員編號及姓名)並簽退

07. 請全程參與課程並參加測驗,測驗及格者(60分)將於會後寄發研習證明。

08. 休息時間,教室外備有飲水機及茶包(為響應環保,不提供紙杯,請您自備環保杯。)

09. 課堂中請將行動電話改為靜音,以免影響上課。

10. 講習會期間,不得私自錄影、錄音(除非徵得該課程講師同意)。

11. 為維護課程品質及報名學員之權益,本課程恕不開放未報名之學員旁聽

 

☎ 如有任何疑問,請電洽(02)2542-9357,吳小姐。

【台灣眼科醫學會雜誌Taiwan Journal of Ophthalmology Vol.8 Issue 1- New issue online】

敬致各位會員及準會員:

 

主旨:一、「TJO 20183月號已於2018326號於線上出刊

           二、「TJO 已於2017年正式被收錄於 PubMed Central

 

說明:

一、TJO 20183月號已於2018326於線上出刊,歡迎各會員/準會員至期刊官方網站(http://www.e-tjo.org/)瀏覽點閱。

二、TJO 已於2017年10 月11日正式被收錄於PubMed Central, 自2015年起由TJO出刊的文章皆可以於 PubMed搜尋得到,歡迎各位會員多多上網、瀏覽:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/journals/3249/

 

眼科醫學會感謝您的支持與配合,謝謝。

 

眼科醫學會 秘書處 敬上

 

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轉知 ICO來函:有關煙火造成眼部傷害之訊息與問卷調查。

International Council of Ophthalmology | ICO Notes

Firework-related Eye Injuries Study Questionnaire                

January 2018

Dear ICO Society Members,

The ICO is pleased to send our Member societies a very important study questionnaire that is especially relevant following New Year festivities. The Firework-related Eye Injuries Study was initially instigated by the Netherlands Ophthalmological Society and is now available online for all to participate.

In all countries, eye injuries are a recurrent problem every New Year. In Europe, the banning of consumer fireworks is not only a national concern, but affects all of the European Union due to free trading. As such, the Netherlands Ophthalmological Society is proposing a ban on commercial fireworks in Europe. In an effort to do this, data is being collected within Europe and around the world to provide a worldwide perspective on firework-related eye injuries by capturing as many results as possible. The final data will be shared with all participating countries through the European Society of Ophthalmology (SOE).

We are asking you to send this questionnaire (https://www.congresdienst.nl/vuurwerk/INT/2017.php) to your members to complete if they have seen patients with injuries related to fireworks. The form is available until January 31, 2018. You may also want to reference the ICO position paper endorsing a global ban on consumer fireworks, which we hope has been a good advocacy tool for you.

Dr. Jan Tjeerd de Faber, SOE President, is very appreciative of your help to put this necessary data on the desk of all EU governments. We both thank you for sending the Firework-related Eye Injuries Study to your society members as soon as possible.

Best wishes,

Professor Hugh Taylor, AC, MD
President, International Council of Ophthalmology

2017