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Webinar - Interpreting OCT scans

  • C-72156 - Join Polly Dulley MCOptom to improve your confidence in accurately interpreting OCT scans and learn how best to manage patients with common ocular pathology.


7.30pm – 8.30pm, 3 December 2019 Add to calendar


AMD, Glaucoma

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Interpreting OCT scans

This interactive webinar aims to give advice to optometrists on how to accurately interpret OCT scan results from several patients with common ocular pathology and how to differentiate normal from abnormal. Urgency of referral will also be discussed.

You will be able to claim one interactive CET point after attending this live session. 

Terms and conditions

  • To attend this webinar you must be a College of Optometrists' member.
  • To obtain your interactive CET point you must ensure the following standards are met, you must:
    • have a minimum attendance of 50 minutes
    • complete a minimum of 4 of the 6 polls.

CET does not apply to students and pre-registration trainees.

How to join our webinar

See our joining instructions for more information.

What members say about our webinars

"Keep the webinars coming, they're great!." MCOptom

"It’s a fantastic way to learn." MCOptom 

Polly Dulley MCOptom

Polly has been a community optometrist (and formerly a hospital optometrist) for over 30 years, with over six years’ experience of using an OCT in practice. She has been a College examiner for over 20 years and has also worked in OSCE development since its inception. She has worked for the College in an advisory capacity in paediatrics. She is a visiting lecturer in paediatrics at City, University of London and is also engaged by Thea Pharmaceuticals as a lecturer. Polly gained an MPhil in ocular adverse reactions to Tamoxifen from City University in 2004.