Dry eye course

Moorfields optometry education team are delighted to present the Dry eye course for ophthalmic healthcare professionals.

This is targeted at clinicians working in primary or secondary care who are interested in learning more about diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the ocular dryness and lacrimal dysregulation. All participants of the course should be proficient in the use of slit lamp biomicroscope and be registered with a regulatory body (e.g. GMC, GOC, NMC, HCPC).

Course structure

This full day, in-person course will deliver a range of lectures from experts working across all aspects of dry eye and watery eye management within Moorfields Eye Hospital, covering epidemiology, classification and subtypes, signs and symptoms, diagnostic tools, management strategies, medications, procedures, patient education, and emerging therapies and research. This will include tutorials for lacrimal syringing and punctal plug insertion and removal. The day will include opportunities for networking and discussion, lunch and refreshments will also be provided.

Plus, there will be advice about setting up a dry eye course in community practice, and troubleshooting treatment.

At the end of the course, you will obtain a Moorfields Education certificate of participation. CPD points for those registered with the GOC will be available.

Bookings, for this course, will close on Thursday 27 June at 5pm. If you wish to book after that time, please email moorfields.hq@nhs.net

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Date Location Time Seats Price
01/07/2024 The Education Hub, 15 Ebenezer Street, London N1 7NP 9:00 - 17:30 8 £350.00

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Mr Scott Hau

Scott Hau is a consultant optometrist and research optometrist at Moorfields Eye Hospital. He works in numerous external role ophthalmology clinics including A&E, external disease, glaucoma, laser, adnexal/minor ops and medical Retina/uveitis. He has been instrumental in developing various optometry extended-role clinics at Moorfields Eye Hospital and is also the optometry lead for Laser and Independent Prescribing.

Daniel Silby

Daniel Sibley is a consultant ophthalmologist with a specialist interest in cornea, external eye diseases and cataract at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. Daniel has the following credentials Batchelor of Medicine and Surgery (BMBS), Brighton and Sussex Medical School BSc (Hons) Neuroscience, University of Sussex Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists (FRCOphth) Certificate in Laser and Refractive Surgery (CertLRS), Royal College of Ophthalmologists Post Graduate diploma in cataract and refractive surgery (PGDipCatRef), Ulster University General Medical Council United Kingdom & Ireland Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons (UKISCRS).


Sharon Flora

Sharon Flora is Managing director Wood Street Opticians & The Eye Retreat Medispa. Sharon is a specialist in dry eye, myopia control treatment, and contact lenses, and continuously strives to learn and develop her skills to offer the best in dry eye therapy. Her passion for utilising the latest technology and providing exceptional care to her patients is truly remarkable. She delivering the highest quality eye care and customer service are our core values, and Sharon embodies these values with her exceptional skills and expertise.