Our sought after ophthalmology short courses are designed to develop your skills in analysing ocular imagery, surgical skills and help you gain a deeper understanding of allergies, retinal diseases and the ageing eye. Get the latest thinking in ophthalmic health and learn from world leading experts at Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Institute of ophthalmology.
Choose from our wide range of virtual, self-paced courses below and earn certificates for your Continuing Medical Education.
Opthalmology provides a great deal of job satisfaction and empowering people through their vision is particularly rewarding.
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.
This four-day intensive revision course covers the major topics of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists' FRCOphth Part I Fellowship and International Council of Ophthalmology's Basic Science assessment.
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 two-day, self-paced online 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 two-day virtual 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 aims to introduce the learner basic concepts of paediatric ophthalmology, in order to give them confidence when approaching children. The course will be available to start from 1st March 2021. However, due its self-paced nature, you are free to book your place and begin your learning at any point after that date.
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. The course will be delivered over a two week period, with 16 hours of online content.
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 course aims to provide particpants sugical skills in DALK and DMEK which are the most advanced techniques of modern corneal surgery.