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2024-02-27 08:52:42

5 February 2024

Workshops by Moorfields Eye Hospital – This three-month course is open to optometrists, orthoptists, nurses and other allied ophthalmic health professionals.

You’ll learn about the knowledge and skills required for the examination, investigation, diagnosis, treatment, and management of patients who present in an ophthalmic emergency setting. It’s mapped to the NHS England Advanced Clinical Practitioner and Royal College of Ophthalmologists Ophthalmic Practitioner Training (Level Three) Acute Curriculum Frameworks, plus you’ll gain 15 post graduate credits. Find out more about the criteria for this course.

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