Simon Browning - Optos Stand E30
Peer Review discussion learning objectives:
1 - An understanding of the techniques used to examine the central and peripheral retina, and the ability to recognise the normal structures and common abnormalities of the central and peripheral retina.
2 - Is able to differentially diagnose a range of common retinal abnormalities from their symptoms, signs and further investigations. Understands the optometric management and referral pathways for those diseases.
3 - Understands the surgical and medical treatment of a range of retinal conditions including retinal hole, naevus, CSR, dry AMD and diabetic retinopathy.
4 -Understands the referral protocols for a range of common retinal abnormalities.
GOC approved for Optometrists only.