Urgent Eye Condition and Triage Review Tutorial

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18th Jan 2024
2 hrs cpd
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Online tutorial covering the key acute/urgent eye conditions and how they present.
This online tutorial will offer a review of the main urgent and emergency ocular conditions and how they typically present.
The main categories of conditions covered are serious red eye conditions, ocular injury and sudden loss of vision. An overview of these conditions will be given, highlighting the key clinical features and red-flag signs and symptoms. Management and best course of action will be discussed from the perspective of the GP.
There will also be time for questions and answers at the end of the tutorial.
All delegates attending this tutorial will also receive a copy of the Triage Booklet developed by Stanley Keys of Optometry-Evolution. This 32 page guide summarises the conditions covered in the tutorial as well as obtaining an accurate history in ocular cases.
This tutorial will be useful revision for GPs both training and experienced, as well as being beneficial for practice nurses.

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19:00 - 21:00
Mr Stanley Keys
Stanley has been a hospital optometrist for 20years and is currently based in Inverness. His main clinical interests are in glaucoma and acute/urgent eye conditions. Throughout his career he has had a keen interest in eye-care education providing live lectures and online teaching across a range of clinical topics to optometrists, GPs and Ophthalmic Nurses. He developed the website Optometry-Evolution which provides a platform for a lot of his teaching and educational resources.
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Accident and Emergency
General Practice (GP)
Primary Care
Foundation Year Doctor
General Practitioner (Locum)
General Practitioner (Partner)
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