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Quality of inpatient ophthalmology referrals and implications for undergraduate ophthalmology teaching

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Fig. 1: Bland-Altman comparison of ward and clinic VA measurements.

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VL was responsible for designing the audit, writing the correspondence, extracting and analysing data and interpreting results. PA was responsible for writing the correspondence, extracting and analysing data and interpreting results. LF was responsible for analysis and interpretation of data, writing the correspondence and providing feedback on the correspondence. EOS was responsible for designing the audit and providing feedback on the correspondence.

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Lipkova, V., Asodaria, P., Fu, L. et al. Quality of inpatient ophthalmology referrals and implications for undergraduate ophthalmology teaching. Eye (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-022-02106-2

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