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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. The College provides the support you need at every stage of your career. We help you plan and undertake continuing professional development (CPD) activities and achieve your full potential.

Consultant Ophthalmologist, Kam Balaggan, gives an online presentation focusing on the risk factors of retinal detachment and PVD, as well as the systematic approach to the assessment and management of the patient who presents with flashes and floaters.

Dr Nicola Logan MCOptom discusses current evidence for myopia management treatments in this recorded webinar. Topics include orthokeratology, soft CE marked myopia-control contact lenses, and Atropine eye drops.

This video lecture updates you on the current evidence for myopia management treatments, including orthokeratology, soft myopia-management contact lenses, and atropine eye drops.

This recorded webinar by Paddy Gunn offers a series of challenging cases from patients seen in the glaucoma service at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital.

This recorded webinar presented by Kam Balaggan, covers essential ocular anatomy and OCT interpretation, focusing on the salient clinical and OCT features of all common vitreomacular disorders.

This online course is an interactive half-day session for pre-registration optometrists who have been unable to complete their hospital eye service (HES) placement.

In this recorded webinar, consultant ophthalmologist, Damian Lake, discusses the key points of keratoconus for optometrists.

In this recorded webinar lecture Wendy Newsom covers all aspects of how to communicate effectively when referring a patient.

This online training course contains a filmed case study that shows you how to carry out an audit.

This online training course contains a filmed case study which shows you how to audit the content and efficacy of prescription writing.

Mr Gus Gazzard from Moorfields Eye Hospital presents information on current surgical treatments for glaucoma and how new 'Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery' (MIGS) differ from previous treatments.

Daniel Hardiman-McCartney, College Clinical Adviser, presents key information and scenarios on consent.