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Non-clinical managers: the key to a successful eye programme.

Mwaipopo E - Community Eye Health (2014)

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Affiliation: Deputy director: Kilimanjaro Centre for Community Ophthalmology Tanzania LTD. E-mail: eeliah@kcco.net.

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The importance of management in an eye care programme should not be underestimated... It is hard to imagine how a busy ophthalmologist could attend to her or his patients, as well as doing all of the tasks needed to manage a successful eye department, eye hospital or hospital-based VISION 2020 eye programme... This will help managers to be accountable and will make it easier for them to work with other hospital staff members, e.g. accountants, store keepers, the hospital administrator and the matron, all of whom play an important role in the success of the eye programme or eye department... After recruitment, it is important that the new manager learns as much as possible about eye care, which can be done at the eye department... The enjoyment of the clinical staff when they are free to do what they do best, with lots of patients, in an efficiently run system, is also a large bonus for an eye programme! Clinicians can be leaders but not managers... Managers are crucial for any programme to run successfully! They screen people at different local health centres, transport those who need surgery to the hospital, and take them back afterwards... This involves a lot of planning! As a manager, one of my most important responsibilities is to organise these outreach activities, so services reach where the need is greatest... For more information, please contact Winston Mbao at Kitwe Central Hospital... Email:cespkch@yahoo.com

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When an eye programme has a non-clinical manager, organising outreach activities will become one of his or her main responsibilities.
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Non-clinical managers: the key to a successful eye programme.

Mwaipopo E - Community Eye Health (2014)

When an eye programme has a non-clinical manager, organising outreach activities will become one of his or her main responsibilities.
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Figure 2: When an eye programme has a non-clinical manager, organising outreach activities will become one of his or her main responsibilities.

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Affiliation: Deputy director: Kilimanjaro Centre for Community Ophthalmology Tanzania LTD. E-mail: eeliah@kcco.net.

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The importance of management in an eye care programme should not be underestimated... It is hard to imagine how a busy ophthalmologist could attend to her or his patients, as well as doing all of the tasks needed to manage a successful eye department, eye hospital or hospital-based VISION 2020 eye programme... This will help managers to be accountable and will make it easier for them to work with other hospital staff members, e.g. accountants, store keepers, the hospital administrator and the matron, all of whom play an important role in the success of the eye programme or eye department... After recruitment, it is important that the new manager learns as much as possible about eye care, which can be done at the eye department... The enjoyment of the clinical staff when they are free to do what they do best, with lots of patients, in an efficiently run system, is also a large bonus for an eye programme! Clinicians can be leaders but not managers... Managers are crucial for any programme to run successfully! They screen people at different local health centres, transport those who need surgery to the hospital, and take them back afterwards... This involves a lot of planning! As a manager, one of my most important responsibilities is to organise these outreach activities, so services reach where the need is greatest... For more information, please contact Winston Mbao at Kitwe Central Hospital... Email:cespkch@yahoo.com

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