Skills in imaging, diagnosis and management of retinal diseases
Start: 12th July 2018
End: 13th July 2018
Description: Interpretation of multimodal diagnostic imaging is now a major part of the retina subspecialty and plays a crucial role in the decision making process that is required for the clinical management of patients with retinal diseases The seminar is designed for all practitioners involved in the delivery of care in retinal services and aims to consolidate core knowledge and skills essential for everyday practice and also provides updates on newer techniques in diagnosis and provides current opinions on management approaches and therapies. Every year there are new topics on the common conditions and also an update of some rare conditions. In 2018, in addition to popular talks on basic and advanced OCT interpretation, inherited diseases, AMD, diabetic retinopathy the panel of expert speakers will also cover autofluoresce, electrodiagnostics, pachychoroid, white dot syndromes, macular and retinal telangiectasis, systemic diseases and many other challenging conditions. The faculty is comprised of experienced speakers who can show the systematic approaches that they use for interpreting retinal images and explain the rationale behind the therapeutic decisions in their everyday retinal practice. The broad specrum and selected in-depth coverage of a variety of topics makes this seminar appropriate for specialist Allied Health Professionals, Trainees and Retinal Fellows as well as consultants who want an occasional update or refresher on selected topics.
Max Places: 120
Venue: Wellcome Trust
Programme: Click here to open.
CPD Points: 13.0
Allied Health Professionals - £255.00
Consultant - £330.00
Staff & Associate Specialist - £300.00
Trainee - £255.00