Glaucoma Level 2

This course follows on from level 1 to further develop your knowledge and skills in the detection, evaluation and management of patients with stable ocular hypertension (OHT) and open angle glaucoma (OAG). You will further develop your skills in detecting change in clinical status and decision making in patients at risk of developing glaucoma. It is centred around critical evaluation of the evidence base and clinical decision making.

Entry Requirements

  • Possess a minimum of a BSc(Hons) on Optometry or equivalent
  • Be General Optical Council (GOC) registered optometrists with a minumum of 2 years clinical experience for those who choose to apply for the College of Optometrists qualification pathway.

If you wish to apply for this course please contact for an application form.

Start Date October 2021
Duration Approximately 6 Months

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Course material well set out and made learning a stimulating experience. Moorfields/UCL at the forefront of Glaucoma research which is reflected in the course.