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Problem solving in paediatric ophthalmology - what every ophthalmologist needs to know

Start: 7th March 2017

Type: Seminar

Description: This seminar, chaired by Mr Manoj Parulekar, is aimed at general ophthalmologists, paediatric ophthalmologists and trainees. The aim is for the faculty to share their strategies for dealing with common clinical problems seen in paediatric eye clinics, casualty and wards. The morning didactic session will cover Examining the child’s eye- with emphasis on the uncooperative child - tips and tricks, Acute/chronic Red eyes in children, White pupillary reflex, Sudden onset squint- who needs investigations? Accidental trauma (lids, chemical, burns, penetrating), Non accidental injuries- when to suspect, what does the ophthalmologist do? The child who is losing vision- various ages, Lid lumps and bumps, worrying masses, sudden onset ptosis. The afternoon session will include cases brought by the speakers, on topics such as swollen discs, dealing with difficult parents, non organic visual loss, and sudden loss of vision.

Places Available: Fully Booked

Venue: The Royal College of Ophthalmologists

Programme: Click here to open.

CPD Points: 6.0

Fees:
Consultant - £210.00
Allied Professions - £150.00
Trainee Ophthalmologist - £150.00
Fellows, Members, Affiliates and Diplomates - £175.00