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Case Based Ophthalmology for General Practitioner


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Case Based Ophthalmology for General Practitioner

This will be an interactive, case-based day, consisting of small group discussions working through a range of ophthalmic presentations.  We will look at some common presentations seen in first opinion practice, as well as covering a few more challenging cases.  The focus throughout will be on developing a thorough, consistent diagnostic approach.


This course aims to make first opinion ophthalmology more rewarding (and less scary) by improving your logical, problem-solving approach to ophthalmic cases.

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Course Leader

Lucy Hughes
Course Description

Topics to be covered

  • Developing a consistent ophthalmic examination routine
  • When to reach for additional diagnostic tests
  • Selection of appropriate medical and surgical treatment modalities for a range of ophthalmic cases
  • A problem-solving approach to common ophthalmic presentations, including the non-healing ulcer, the red eye, the opaque eye and the blind eye

Learning Objectives: 

  • Perform a routine ophthalmic examination
  • Select and interpret appropriate diagnostic tests for a range of ophthalmic presentations
  • Describe appropriate treatment options for a range of ophthalmic presentations

Required delegate attributes or who this course is suitable for: (approximately 30-50 words)

This course is aimed at general practitioners who would like to improve their problem-solving approach to ophthalmic cases in first opinion practice.

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19/11/202419/11/20240£225.00[Read More]

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