Moorfields Eye Hospital Trust school of nursing offers a wide range of study days, short courses, workshops and bespoke trainings. We continue to enable non-medical staff to learn new skills and take on responsibilities previously within the remit only of doctors. This ensures that everyone’s professional expertise is used to the best effect and provides improvements to patient care. For example, some nurses at Moorfields are now qualified to administer intravitreal injections to patients with wet age-related macular degeneration – a service previously provided only by medical staff – while others are trained to provide laser treatment for posterior capsular opacification, a common side-effect of cataract surgery.
Courses can be purchased online however, we also offer E-Learning and can provide bespoke training to suit your needs.
Dependant on your requirements, we can train your staff either within our classrooms at Moorfields or within your own site. For further information, please email us email@example.com
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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. This course will require intermediate slit lamp skills.
This course is designed to suit busy professionals through blended learning. It will be carried out online and supplemented by face to face component.
This course aims to provide medical and non-medical health professionals with the opportunity to expand their knowledge and decision-making skills of common medical retina conditions. You will learn how to use technology and imaging to diagnose, treat, refer and manage retinal diseases. It will run over a ten-week period, week eight will include face to face learning delivered on campus (optional) or you can attend this virtually.
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.
This 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 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.
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 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.
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.
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.