New paths in glaucoma care

30 July 2020
Summer 2020

Paddy Gunn MCOptom, Principal Optometrist for Education and Training at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, explains how his research will help relieve burdens in glaucoma care.

Paddy Gunn MCOptom is finalising his report into the acceptability and use of glaucoma virtual clinics in the UK, and it couldn’t be more timely. The urgent need for virtual clinics has grown under the shadow of the COVID-19 crisis, but Paddy, who combines his work as Principal Optometrist for Education and Training at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital with research at the University of Manchester – funded by Glaucoma UK and the College – has been looking into their viability for some time. 

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