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Maintaining and improving your professional skills and knowledge is essential for providing high quality care for patients and raising professional standards. 

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This recorded webinar delivered by Wai Siene Ng primarily covers a summary of Royal College of Ophthalmologists guidelines on primary angle closure disease management.

This recorded webinar by Professor Bruce Evans FCOptom will help you diagnose binocular vision anomalies and identify those that can be treated by an optometrist, those that need referral or do not require treatment.

This recorded webinar delivered by Michelle Hanratty will help you determine when to manage or monitor a patient’s condition and when to refer for further investigation or management.

This recorded webinar lecture examines the epidemiology, presentation, diagnosis, management and long term outlook for eye allergic disease of all severities.

Professor Kathryn Saunders FCOptom and Dr Sara McCullough MCOptom cover the most recent findings from the Northern Ireland Childhood Errors of Refraction (NICER) Study and how it can help you identify children at risk of future myopia.

In this recorded webinar, Ali Yagan helps you identify the features of true optic nerve swelling, decide if it is unilateral or bilateral, undertake a differential diagnosis, and recognise when patients need to be managed as an emergency.

This recorded webinar by Dr Benjamin Wakerley gives an overview of different types of headache and how they present, with particular focus on migraine headaches.

This recorded webinar delivered by Suzanne Fraser MCOptom and Cathy Williams will help you understand how to assess a child with learning difficulties and the process of taking a relevant history.

This recorded webinar includes real case examples of patients who attended a large ophthalmic emergency department and includes the importance of history taking. Diagnosis is not always what you would expect.

In this recorded webinar, Polly Dulley MCOptom provides advice on how to interpret the OCT results of several patients with common ocular pathologies and how to differentiate normal from abnormal.

OCT

This online CPD course must be completed by principal supervisors before they begin supervising a trainee and will benefit anyone thinking of becoming a supervisor.

This online course is for experienced supervisors who have already completed the Supervisor Training course.