Consultant Ophthalmic and Oculoplastic Surgeon
Jonathan Norris is a consultant ophthalmologist at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. He has a special interest in oculoplastic, lacrimal and orbital surgery and is the current clinical governance lead for the Oxford Eye Hospital. He has written over 30 papers relating to Ophthalmology and was previously an honorary clinical lecturer at Leeds University Medical School. He currently volunteers for the Open Eyes Foundation aimed at developing electronic patient records (EPR) nationally in Ophthalmology. Jonathan is currently studying for an MSc at Oxford University in Surgical Science and Practice for which he was awarded a Department for Continuing Education Scholarship. The aim of this course is to develop systems within the NHS to improve patient care.
In his role as a NICE Fellow, Jonathan aims to develop a combined dermatology and oculoplastic tumour service. His aim is to evaluate the NICE guidance relating to eyelid skin cancer and to assess the economic impact of this service locally. He also aims to incorporate NICE guidance into the Open Eyes Foundation EPR system and secondarily develop surgical benchmarks in oculoplastic surgery. The third arm of his Fellowship is to act as a conduit between NICE and the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, promoting NICE locally.
This page was last updated: 18 May 2012