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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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In this online course you will analyse video extracts of optometrists giving OCT results to a patient. Activities will enable you to reflect on your own experience of effective communication with your patients.

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This recorded keynote lecture by Dr Rowan Candy MCOptom focused on young children who are at risk for strabismus and amblyopia. Dr Candy reviews the refractive and ocular motor development of infants and pre-schoolers in the context of clinical assessment and care.

Professor Ed Mallen MCOptom discusses the findings from the part College-funded Northern Ireland Childhood Errors of Refraction (NICER) Study and how it can help you talk to children at risk of myopia and their parents.

Mental Health Counsellor David Beeney looks at how you can assess your own mental health and improve your levels of personal resilience during challenging times, as well as spotting the signs that a colleague maybe suffering with poor mental health.

An expert panel from the College and The Royal College of Ophthalmologists discuss how to have confidence in managing difficult conversations with patients.

In this recorded webinar, Dr Dan Rosser MCOptom describes two common laser interventions for glaucoma and related conditions: laser peripheral iridotomy and selective laser trabeculoplasty.

This recorded webinar by Mr Rhys Harrison reviews cases of urgent referral to the hospital eye service. It is directed at community optometrists assessing patients and how to identify patients requiring urgent referral.

This recorded webinar by Simon Frackiewicz MCOptom gives you an overview of the anatomy of the cranial nerves involved in ocular motility and their surrounding structures, and will show how the common causes of nerve palsy arise.

In this recorded webinar, Michael Horler FCOptom uses real patient cases to give optometrists a greater understanding of how to interpret an OCT scan and how to recognise some common ocular conditions.

In this recorded webinar Mr Raj Das-Bhaumik, Consultant Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital, discusses how to investigate suspicious lumps and bumps on the eyelids in optometric practice.

Kam Balaggan covers all important peripheral disorders and their management in this recorded webinar.

In this recorded webinar, Katie Harrop MCOptom introduces you to the use of scleral lenses for the normal or regular eye and the benefits and limitations of using them.