Courses for ophthalmologists

Our sought after ophthalmology short courses are designed to develop your skills in analysing ocular imagery, surgical skills and help you gain a deeper understanding of allergies, retinal diseases and the ageing eye. Get the latest thinking in ophthalmic health and learn from world leading experts at Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Institute of ophthalmology.

Choose from our wide range of virtual, self-paced courses below and earn certificates for your continuing medical education.

Opthalmology provides a great deal of job satisfaction and empowering people through their vision is particularly rewarding.

Short courses

A and E clinical skills lab

A and E clinical skills lab
This half-day in-person clinical skills course will provide an opportunity for comprehensive simulated training for essential clinical skills in emergency eye care.
Start Date: Monday 11 March 2024
£250.00 0 spaces available

Botulinum toxin: Is it injector error, side effects or complications

Botulinum toxin: Is it injector error, side effects or complications
This course is designed to improve clinical practice and improve the treatment, management and administration of botulinum toxin for blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, bells palsy, gustatory lacrimation and entropion.
£250.00

Children's eyes: An introduction

Children's eyes: An introduction

This self-paced online course aims to introduce the learner basic concepts of paediatric ophthalmology, in order to give them confidence when approaching children.

£450.00

Clinical electrophysiology of vision

Clinical electrophysiology of vision
A highly sought after accredited virtual course delivered by world-renowned experts at Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Institute of Ophthalmology.
Start Date: Monday 4 September 2023
£295.00 150 spaces available

An introduction to data science for clinicians

An introduction to data science for clinicians

This self-paced online course introduces clinicians to data science and provides them with an overview of data science in a clinical context, along with basic skills to handle data. The course gives a broad insight into data science and its application on real data, including artificial intelligence.

£350.00

Data science for clinicians: Intensive course in R

Data science for clinicians: Intensive course in R

This self-paced online course builds on the learning gained in our introductory course ‘Data Science for clinicians: introduction to coding and data visualisation’. The course provides intensive training on R, the most extensively used coding language for data science.

£350.00

Moorfields DMEK wet lab

Moorfields DMEK wet lab
This wet lab, delivered by Moorfields corneal surgeons, will provide hands-on experience using human corneas to fellows and consultants who wish to start performing DMEK or to improve their current surgical skills.
£525.00

Dilemmas in periocular and orbital tumour management

Dilemmas in periocular and orbital tumour management
This is the 6th Module of the successful Dilemmas in periocular and orbital oncology. We present an update on management of periocular carcinomas with discussion of advanced cases, including robotics.
Start Date: Friday 24 May 2024
£210.00

Duke Elder preparatory course

Duke Elder preparatory course
£25.00

e-ILS (Immediate Life Support) course

e-ILS (Immediate Life Support) course
e-ILS is a flexible way of learning skills in Immediate Life Support, and blends e-learning with face-to-face workshops. An e-ILS course provides a variety of skills, from managing a deteriorating patient, identifying causes and treating cardiac arrest, to improving abilities as both a team member and leader.
Start Date: Wednesday 20 March 2024
£160.00 6 spaces available

e-PILS (Paediatric Immediate Life Support) course

e-PILS (Paediatric Immediate Life Support) course
e-PILS is a flexible way of learning skills in Immediate Life Support, and blends e-learning with face-to-face workshops. An e-PILS course provides a variety of skills, from managing a deteriorating patient, identifying causes and treating cardiac arrest, to improving abilities as both a team member and leader.
Start Date: Thursday 14 March 2024
£160.00 0 spaces available

EyeThrive: Ophthalmic leadership and management programme

EyeThrive: Ophthalmic leadership and management programme

This leadership programme aims to take you on a journey which encourages you to explore and gain deeper insights about yourself, develop better understanding of your character strengths, how to develop high performing teams and how to use your influence and impact to achieve sustainable organisational performance. The course will be delivered virtually over two days.

£1,000.00

The macula course

The macula course
A four-day course providing a comprehensive and up-to-date review of retinal and macular diseases and their management. Attend in person or online.
Start Date: Monday 3 June 2024
£820.00

Ophthalmic practitioner training: Peripheral fundus and vitreoretinal emergencies

Ophthalmic practitioner training: Peripheral fundus and vitreoretinal emergencies
This course will ensure attendees become more confident in diagnosing and managing vitreoretinal emergencies. It will help Allied Health Professionals to streamline the patient pathway more effectively by recognising urgent conditions that need to be referred as well as non-urgent conditions that do not require a referral.
Start Date: Wednesday 24 April 2024
£50.00

Paediatric glaucoma – all you need to know

Paediatric glaucoma – all you need to know
This one-day hybrid course will cover all the basic aspects of paediatric glaucoma and a look to the future in terms of genetic aspects and all the support that can be given to families.
Start Date: Wednesday 20 March 2024
£395.00 17 spaces available

Moorfields Refractive one-day course

Moorfields Refractive one-day course
This one-day hybrid course has been developed with the purpose of teaching how to approach a vision correction patient and learning all options available from laser to non-laser refractive surgery and therefore enable surgeons to treat patients with the best possible customised approach.
Start Date: Friday 12 April 2024
£300.00 42 spaces available

Testing the genome in ophthalmology – what’s new?

Testing the genome in ophthalmology – what’s new?
This one-day course will provide knowledge and information about the benefits of genetic testing for inherited eye disease (IED), advice on who to test, why, when and how in the era of genomic medicine. We will provide a guide on how to manage our genetic patients and how to access guidance and support.
£350.00

Moorfields international uveitis symposium

Moorfields international uveitis symposium

Bookings will soon be open for this uveitis symposium, taking place in London, 11-13 July 2024.

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