This course introduces clinicians to data science and provides them with an overview of data science in a clinical context, along with basic skills to handle data. The course gives a broad insight into data science and its application on real data, including artificial intelligence.
This course builds on the learning gained in our introductory course ‘Data Science for clinicians: introduction to coding and data visualisation’. The course provides intensive training on R, the most extensively used coding language for data science.
In this specialty, you may observe diagnosis of eye lid, lacrimal, orbit and socket disorders...
In this specialty you will get a chance to gain and observe an understanding of the causes of cataract, of its normal clinical progression, diagnosis, clinical assessment and management...
This course is designed to suit busy professionals through blended learning. It will be carried out online and supplemented by face to face component. It will provide practitioners with the pre-requisite knowledge and skills to appropriately manage patients with cataract in hospital and the community.
Get the knowledge & skills required to provide an enhanced standard of specialist contact lens care.
This course is for optometrists, ophthalmologists, contact lens opticians and ophthalmic nurses wishing to develop specialist contact lens practice, It prepares students in the development of a detailed knowledge of contact lens design, fitting of RGPs, fitting patients with regular and irregular astigmatism and dealing with presbyopia. It further develops skills in detecting change in clinical status and decision-making in patients wishing to wear or wearing contact lenses.
This course is for ophthalmologists and optometrists wishing to specialise in the contact lens management of corneal and external disease including advanced keratoconus, post corneal surgery, therapeutic and cosmetic contact lenses, paediatric contact lenses and will include hybrids, piggy back contact lenses, large diameter corneal lenses, mini-sclerals and sclerals. It is accredited by the College of Optometrists which leads to Professional Diploma in Contact Lens Practice qualification.
It is designed to suit busy professional through blended learnng. It will be carried out online and supplemented by the face to face component. This componend involves workshops and discussion of clinical "pearls" from experienced practitioners.
In this speciality you will gain an understanding of the pathogenesis aetiology, diagnostic criteria whilst observing some management of corneal and external eye disease...
This course aims to provide community and hospital based non-medical professionals with knowledge of optic nerve head and corneal evaluation, enabling them to make accurate and appropriate diagnostic, referral and to aid treatment decisions. It will run over a ten-week period, week eight will include face to face practical skills (optional) or you can attend this virtually.