9 March 2020

Three ways to boost your skills this World Glaucoma Week

Develop your glaucoma decision-making and management skills with our CET and CPD

World Glaucoma Week (8-14 March 2020) is here and provides the perfect opportunity to make sure your glaucoma decision-making and management skills are up-to-date with our CET and CPD.

The latest issue of our journal, Optometry in Practice, includes a CET article on how OCT can be used to detect and diagnose glaucoma (one non-interactive CET point). You can also listen to OiP Editor, Prof. Leon Davies FCOptom, discuss the article with author Dr Jonathan Denniss MCOptom in this podcast episode.

Our glaucoma – management in practice online course takes you through the updated NICE guideline on glaucoma and provides guidance on when to manage and when to refer patients (one non-interactive CET point).

And don’t miss our next live glaucoma webinar at 7.30pm on 22 April. Senior Lecturer Angela Whittaker MCOptom will use case studies to guide us through the principles of glaucoma decision-making, together with a selection of common management challenges (one interactive CET point).

Completed our glaucoma CET or signed up for our webinar? Let us know on Linkedin, Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #glaucomaweek

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