Minor Eye Conditions Service - Common Conditions Recorded webinar
Minor Eye Condition Services are becoming increasingly prevalent in community optometric practice.
This recorded lecture covers the minor eye condition services available in community optometric practice and discusses common ocular conditions that are managed within these. It will focus on the signs and symptoms of ocular conditions that present in practice through these services and the management available for entry level Optometrists as well as independent prescribers. It will also briefly cover the management of some of these conditions in the hospital eye service and when referral is the most appropriate course of action. A series of case studies showing common presentations, including red eye and flashing lights and floaters will be covered. A discussion on the diagnosis and management of each will cover how to manage these patient and procedures to help you in optometric practice.
CPD Points: 1
CPDpoints.com credits: 1
Expiry Date: 31/12/2024
Also accepted by
Is small incision lenticular extraction really something to SMILE about?
This article will cover the history of modern refractive surgery and describe the SMILE procedure.
Prevention is better than cure
This article will cover the prevalence of Acanthamoeba Keratitis, its aetiology, diagnosis and treatment. The main focus will be on prevention by patient education, and on early detection and referral.
A Guide to Incomitant Deviations
Many optometrists are uncomfortable with differentiating and managing incomitant deviations and this article aims improve knowledge and confidence in clinical decision making when presented with these patient cases. The main types of incommitant strabismus are summarised, including what to do when a patient presents with symptoms of various incommitant deviations.