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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.

£1,150.00 1 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.

£1,200.00 20 spaces available

Moorfields Consultant Interview Course

Moorfields Consultant Interview Course
This half day course will help senior trainees to prepare more effectively for the consultant interview process.
Start Date: Tuesday 21st March 2023
£250.00 17 spaces available

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: Friday 24th February 2023
£375.00 30 spaces available

Oculoplastic Nursing and Allied Professionals Study Day

Oculoplastic Nursing and Allied Professionals Study Day

This one day in-person course is designed to improve clinical practice and knowledge by highlighting new ways of working within this specialty. It discusses the management of various oculoplastic conditions and the role of Nurses and other Allied Health Professionals in delivering an excellent service..

£200.00

Ophthalmic Peri-Operative Care Pathway

Ophthalmic Peri-Operative Care Pathway
Start Date: Friday 27th January 2023
£380.00 30 spaces available

Periocular and Orbital Tumour Management

Periocular and Orbital Tumour Management
This is the 4th Module of the successful Dilemmas in periocular and orbital oncology. We present an update on management of periocular carcinomas with discussion of advanced cases, including robotics.
Start Date: Friday 6th May 2022
£125.00

Ophthalmic Practitioner Training: Peripheral Fundus and Vitreoretinal Emergencies

Ophthalmic Practitioner Training: Peripheral Fundus and Vitreoretinal Emergencies
Start Date: Tuesday 28th February 2023
£75.00

PILS (Paediatric Immediate Life Support) Training

PILS (Paediatric Immediate Life Support) Training
Paediatric Immediate Life Support was developed by Resuscitation Council UK for healthcare professionals who may have to manage and treat paediatric patients in an emergency.
Start Date: Monday 12th December 2022
£160.00 0 spaces available

Testing the genome in ophthalmology – what’s new?

Testing the genome in ophthalmology – what’s new?
This one-day course will provide knowledge and information about the benefits of genetic testing for inherited eye disease (IED), advice on who to test, why, when and how in the era of genomic medicine. We will provide a guide on how to manage our genetic patients and how to access guidance and support.
Start Date: Wednesday 1st February 2023
£550.00 28 spaces available