OCT - differential diagnosis of macular conditions - discussion workshop (1)

Date:

7.30pm – 9pm, 4 March 2021 Add to calendar

OCT - differential diagnosis of macular conditions

This is an interactive discussion workshop on the use of OCT to diagnose and manage a range of conditions including dry and wet AMD, CSR, DMO, macular oedema with VOs and adult vitelliform. The workshop will include images and case studies for a range of patients.

At our online session you will join a large group for an introduction and then participate in a small, virtual group to review cases. The introduction session will be conducted by Rachel and each small group will be facilitated by an experienced facilitator.

Please note this event has a limited capacity and is only available to qualified members. This session is repeated on Thursday 18 March. Members do not need to attend both sessions. The workshop has a fee of £20.00.

If you have any queries, please email events@college-optometrists.org

Rachel Thomas MCOptom DipTp(IP) Prof Cert Glauc

Lead Optometrist
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Target audience: Optometrist
Competencies covered: Ocular disease and Ocular examination
Learning objectives:
  • To improve the ability to understand OCT images of the macula and fundus
  • To be able to recognise patients presenting with macula disease, to interpret their OCT images and to understand which require referral
  • To be able to interpret OCT images in diabetic patients and be able to refer them appropriately
With thanks to our event sponsors

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What previous attendees said: 

"Great presenter & very practical content which I can take back & use in practice"

"One of the best CET sessions I have attended. No waffle, good discussion. Quick paced with lots of relevant and real world information. Very knowledgeable presenter."

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