How can we improve patient care?
Improving patient care has become a priority for all health care providers with the overall objective of achieving a high degree of patient satisfaction. Greater public awareness, increasing demand for better care, keener competition, more regulation, the rise in medical malpractice litigation, and concern about poor outcomes are factors that contribute to this change.
Articles in this issue –
- How can we improve patient care?
- The patient’s view: how can we improve patient care?
- Patients’ perspective: an important factor in assessing patient satisfaction
- Establishing lines of communication
- Teaching resources: be prepared!
- Ocular manifestations of child abuse
- An outreach eye care programme, Zambia
- Letter. The glaucomas
- Letter. ACIOLs in Guatemala
- A study of patients attending for eye surgery at a rural hospital in the Republic of Benin
News and notices –
- Royal College of Ophthalmologists
- VISION 2020 Planning Course
- Courses available at Pakistan Institute of Community Ophthalmology : 2002
- VISION 2020 Workshop: District-based Plans For Prevention Of Blindness
- MSc Community Eye Health
- 7th General Assembly of the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness
- OPHTHALMOLOGIST NEEDED IN CAMEROON