Sanjay Patel
BSc(Hons),
MCOptom
Chairman,
DOCET

Welcome to the DOCET website, where you can access all our free CET resources including current material plus a fantastic archive of past video, audio and document resources to explore.

DOCET is now providing interactive online CET, which you can find in the CET Zone - just look out for the interactive logo.

All DOCET material is available online and with mobile access.  Don't forget, Optometric Quarterly is also available as a free iPhone app and free podcast.  See the OQ pages for more details.

Welcome to the DOCET website, where you can access all our free CET resources including current material plus a fantastic archive of past video, audio and document resources to explore.

DOCET is now providing interactive online CET, which you can find in the CET Zone - just look out for the interactive logo.

All DOCET material is available online and with mobile access.  Don't forget, Optometric Quarterly is also available as a free iPhone app and free podcast.  See the OQ pages for more details.

Our improved chapter listings mean it is now easier to view video programmes chapter by chapter when time is short.

You can opt in to receive email alerts when new CET material is available.  (Users still on our postal distribution list can also opt out of receiving DVDs or CDs by post).  Click to complete the online form.

We would be delighted to receive your feedback on the website or on any DOCET resources - you can email us at enquiries@docet.info.

Our improved chapter listings mean it is now easier to view video programmes chapter by chapter when time is short.

You can opt in to receive email alerts when new CET material is available.  (Users still on our postal distribution list can also opt out of receiving DVDs or CDs by post).  Click to complete the online form.

We would be delighted to receive your feedback on the website or on any DOCET resources - you can email us at enquiries@docet.info.

What's New

Safeguarding Children: CET reissued (now C-36038)

Safeguarding Children: CET reissued (now C-36038)

DOCET's Safeguarding Children (Level 1) e-learning module has been reissued with a new CET reference number (C-36038) from 16 April 2014. 1 CET point (non-interactive) available. Go to the CET Zone to access the training module.

 

'Flashes & Floaters' updates

Some revisions have been made to the 'Referrals & record keeping' chapter of the 'Flashes & Floaters' film and supporting 'Key information' document. To avoid possible confusion, the section advising referral 'within a week' has been amended to suggest that optometrists should 'consider referral'. Optometrists are advised always to be aware of protocols in place locally where they practice. 'Flashes & Floaters' is available in the CET Zone.

 

DOCET Info March 2014

Our monthly email alert highlights new CET resources and keeps optometrists informed with other DOCET news and reminders. March 2014 features OQ89 publication, funding for locally organised CET events, OT14, and alerts on soon-to-expire CET resources. Click above to read DOCET Info March 2014. Contact us at enquiries@docet.info if you have not received DOCET Info by email and would like to be added to the mailing list.

 

New DOCET Funding area updates

DOCET's updated funding application and claim forms are now available. We've also made some improvements to the online funding area with a new option to register as a user, enabling you to save and copy forms and to view your application and claim history. Click the link above to find out more.

 
MyGOC - allocation of CET points in 2013/2014

MyGOC - allocation of CET points in 2013/2014

Feb 2014: please be aware that some 2014 points were allocated on the GOC system as 2013 points, even though they were uploaded by DOCET in 2014. The issue is being investigated by the GOC's system developers in order to fix it. In the meantime we will continue to upload points correctly for 2014. If you have any queries about the year to which points have been allocated on your MyGOC account please contact the GOC directly.

 

Peer discussion and facilitation materials for optometrists

DOCET has launched a range of peer discussion and facilitation materials for optometrists. Includes free case studies, facilitation skills training and guidance and template documents to use. Full details in the Peer Discussion area.

 
13/03/14 Interactive exercise submissions update

13/03/14 Interactive exercise submissions update

The IT issue that was affecting DOCET interactive CET submissions yesterday has now been resolved so interactive exercise responses can be submitted normally again.

 
DOCET website goes mobile

DOCET website goes mobile

You can now visit www.docet.info via your smartphone or tablet pc. 3G minimum required.

 

DOCET Info February 2014

DOCET's monthly email alert highlights new CET resources and keeps optometrists updated with other DOCET news and reminders. DOCET Info is emailed to all UK-registered optometrists, or click above to read it in PDF format. (If you are not receiving DOCET Info email alerts and would like to - or if you wish to opt out of receiving them - please contact us at enquiries@docet.info with your name, GOC number and current email address).

 

CET-zone E-Learning Archive

Latest CET Resources

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There are currently 25 CET points available

The Ageing Eye (Part 1: Assessment) Module 1: Physiology & Pathology - Ocular

This first module in a new series on the ageing eye looks at the effects of ageing on a normal, healthy eye, including aspects of anatomy and visual performance. It also considers the identification, investigation and management of common ocular abnormalities that may be encountered in everyday practice. 2 CET points (non-interactive) available.

View in the CET Zone

OQ89 (C-35666)

This edition includes items on fluorescein use in practice, pre-school eye health assessment, an update on global blindness research, and the regular Quarterly Review of journals. 1 CET point (non-interactive).

View in the CET Zone

Acute Presentation

Acute Presentation provides information on managing patients presenting with acute onset symptoms in four key areas: sudden loss of vision, the painful red eye, neurological problems, and other problems. 2 interactive CET points available for each of the four sections.

View in the CET Zone

CET-zone E-Learning Archive