This leadership programme aims to take you on a journey which encourages you to explore and gain deeper insights about yourself, develop better understanding of your character strengths, how to develop high performing teams and how to use your influence and impact to achieve sustainable organisational performance. The course will be delivered virtually over two days.
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 couse will cover the anatomy and physiology of the lens with an overview of normal lens development and developmental defects. The curriculum will be based on the guidelines outlined by the Royal College of Ophthalmologists in The Ophthalmic Common Clinical Competency Framework. It will provide you with the knowledge and skills to appropriately manage patients with cataract in hospital and the community.
This course will give you the knowledge and skills to provide an enhanced standards of specialist contact lens care. It is for optometrists, ophthalmologists, contact lens opticians and ophthalmic nurses wishing to develop specialist contact lens practice, It prepares you 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 will be delivered primarily mixed mode (85% online and 15% face to face learning), you also have the option to complete this course fully online. This course is accredited by the College of Optometrists which can lead to the Professional Higher Certificate in Contact Lens Practice qualification.
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 will be delivered primarily through mixed mode (85% online and 15% face to face learning). You also have the option to complete this course fully online. This course is accredited by the College of Optometrists which can lead to the Professional Diploma in Contact Lens Practice qualification.
This self-paced online course aims to introduce the learner basic concepts of paediatric ophthalmology, in order to give them confidence when approaching children.
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.
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.