This virtual self-paced course has been specifically designed to take individuals with no experience in ophthalmology or ophthalmic clinical practice to enable them to reach a level that they can productively join a non-medical professional ophthalmic team.
The Optometry Education Team will be hosting a series of lecture webinars for hospital and community based optometrists who are interested in the therapeutic management of ocular conditions. This will be of particular interest to Independent Prescriber optometrists and those working towards the Independent Prescriber qualification. You can choose to attend either 1 day or both days.
This course introduces practical guidance on how to set up, implement, and support a medical retina virtual clinic in the context of the NHS long-term plan which emphasises the use of eHealth and telemedicine systems to address the global health challenge of eye disease. The course will be delivered over a two week period, with 16 hours of online content.
This virtual course takes place over two half-days and is aimed at clinicians working in an ophthalmic or medical retina setting, focusing on the treatment of age-related macular degeneration, retinal vein occlusion and diabetic oedema.
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Trust is pleased to offer a visiting student electives programme to international undergraduate medical students and those from other UK medical schools who have completed a minimum of 4 years of a medical degree programme. These attachments are spent within the main site at City Road.
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Trust is pleased to offer a visiting student electives programme to international undergraduate medical students and those from other UK medical schools who have completed a minimum of 4 years of a medical degree programme. These attachments are spent within our outreach at St George’s Hospital, Tooting.
This four-day intensive revision course covers the major topics of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists' FRCOphth Part I Fellowship and International Council of Ophthalmology's Basic Science assessment.
This introductory course in glaucoma aims to provide you with the understanding of the condition as well as the knowledge and skills to evaluate a patient who may have glaucoma. It further aims to provide additional specialist knowledge and skills for monitoring patients with diagnosed ocular hypertension (OHT) and suspect open angle glaucoma (OAG) who have an established management plan. You will require to have an intermediate slit lamp skills. This course is designed to suit busy professionals through blended learning that will be carried out 85% online and supplemented by face to face learning.
This course follows on from level 1 to further develop your knowledge and skills in the detection, evaluation and management of patients with stable ocular hypertension (OHT) and open angle glaucoma (OAG). You will further develop your skills in detecting change in clinical status and decision making in patients at risk of developing glaucoma. The course is centred around critical evaluation of the evidence base and clinical decision making. It is designed to suit busy professionals through blended learning; 85% online and supplemented by face to face learning.