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Lacrimal assessment for nursing & allied professionals study day

Lacrimal assessment for nursing & allied professionals study day
This course will educate nurses and allied health professionals on lacrimal examination and investigation. You will learn through a combination of lectures and practical instruction.
£300.00

Laser course for ophthalmic healthcare professionals

Laser course for ophthalmic healthcare professionals

Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Institute of Ophthalmology are delighted to present the Laser course for ophthalmic healthcare professionals, targeted at clinicians involved in glaucoma and cataract care.

The course will involve training in three laser procedures, Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT), YAG peripheral iridotomy (PI) and YAG capsulotomy. This course is aimed at optometrists, ophthalmic nurses, orthoptists or other ophthalmic healthcare professionals.

£0.00

Medical retina level 2 (College of Optometrists Professional Higher Certificate in Medical Retina)

Medical retina level 2 (College of Optometrists Professional Higher Certificate in Medical Retina)

This course is designed to build up from Medical Retina level 1 (The College of Optometrists Professional Certificate in Medical Retina) to further develop skills in screening, diagnosing and managing a variety of medical retina conditions. It is the taught part of the College of Optometrists Professional Higher Certificate in Medical Retina where a clinical placement is required. It is designed to suit busy professionals through blended learning which will be carried out 85% virtually and supplemented by face to face component.

Start Date: Monday 20 January 2025
£1,250.00 40 spaces available

Medical retina level 1 (College of Optometrists Professional Certificate in Medical Retina)

Medical retina level 1 (College of Optometrists Professional Certificate in Medical Retina)

This course aims to provide the knowledge of common medical retina conditions and includes topics covering screening, referral and possible treatment pathways, with an emphasis on optical coherence tomography (OCT) interpretation and diabetic retinopathy grading. It also aims to provide you with the knowledge and skills to make accurate and appropriate referral decisions for patients with medical retina conditions and prepares you to commence working under supervision in medical retina new patient triage clinics, AMD treatment-retreatment clinics and to work in photography based diabetic retinopathy screening services. This course is designed to suit busy professionals through blended learning. It is delivered online and supplemented by face to face component.

£1,250.00 40 spaces available

Moorfields cornea focus 2024

Moorfields cornea focus 2024
Moorfields cornea focus 2024 is a non-promotional meeting supported by an educational grant from Santen UK and organised by Mr Sajjad Ahmad, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Moorfields Hospital.
Start Date: Friday 22 November 2024
£0.00

Moorfields DALK wet lab

Moorfields DALK wet lab

This advanced course is directed to corneal fellows or consultants who either are planning to start performing DALK or would like to improve their surgical skills in this technique.

Start Date: Friday 12 July 2024
£850.00 3 spaces available

Moorfields DMEK wet lab

Moorfields DMEK wet lab
This wet lab, delivered by Moorfields corneal surgeons, will provide hands-on experience using human corneas to fellows and consultants who wish to start performing DMEK or to improve their current surgical skills.
Start Date: Friday 11 October 2024
£800.00 7 spaces available

Moorfields international uveitis symposium

Moorfields international uveitis symposium

This symposium will cover all main areas of interest in the field of uveitis, starting from basic aspects of the clinical presentations and advancing towards developments in diagnosing and treating these conditions.

Start Date: Thursday 11 July 2024
£600.00

Moorfields Refractive one-day course

Moorfields Refractive one-day course
This one-day hybrid course has been developed with the purpose of teaching how to approach a vision correction patient and learning all options available from laser to non-laser refractive surgery and therefore enable surgeons to treat patients with the best possible customised approach.
£300.00

Non-medical intravitreal injection course

Non-medical intravitreal injection course

This highly sought after course 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.

Start Date: Thursday 12 September 2024
£600.00 0 spaces available