Primary Care Ophthalmology
High-quality, practical training to health care professionals for Eye Care in the community.
We provide workshops and education covering key clinical knowledge and skills for:
GPs (Primary Care Physicians)
Doctors in Training
Accident & Emergency Doctors and Nurses
Optometrists & Dispensing Opticians
Primary Care Ophthalmologists
We offer consultancy to research organisations, charities and companies
wishing to access our expertise of Ophthalmology in Primary Care
Miss Stella Hornby MA (Cantab) MB BChir FRCOphth MD
Stella Hornby is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at the Oxford Eye Hospital. She has an interest in primary care ophthalmology, low vision and promoting ophthalmic education. She was awarded an "Excellent Teacher Award" by Oxford University.
Dr Andrew Partner BM DRCOphth MRCGP
Andrew Partner is a GP Principal in Oxfordshire and practices Ophthalmology at the Oxford Eye Hospital. Previously he was the RCGP Ophthalmology Curriculum Guardian and the RCGP representative to the UK Vision Strategy.
Dr Anup Shah BMBS MRCOphth MRCGP PGCE (Health)
Anup Shah is a GP Principal in Hertfordshire and practices Ophthalmology with the Moorfields Eye Hospital. He has an extensive interest in Medical Education and is a Trainer in Primary Care with the East of England Deanery.
Combining our experience of Hospital and Community Ophthalmology with our expertise in Health Education, we have been providing Ophthalmic Education for Doctors and Nurses in Primary Care and in an Emergency settings for over ten years.
Our practical focused teaching style is targeted to the busy consultation, to enable competence and effective care strategies for patients, in whichever setting you are in.
Ophthalmology Workshop Webinar
14th May 2022
For GP's, GP trainees, Nurse Practitioners & Practice Nurses
How to Approach the Eye in Primary Care & A Concise Summary of Eye Problems in the Young, Middle Aged & Elderly
Read What Others Are Saying About Our Courses
Professional Development Certificates available on completion ...
Sudden Visual Loss
A breakdown of important causes of sudden visual loss, associated systemic disease and approaching diagnosis, need for referral and 'what not to miss' for primary care. Available now ...
Vitreal & Retinal Disease
An important module for primary care practitioners including: vitreal detachment, retinal tears & detachment, diabetes in the eye, macular degeneration & other sight threatening conditions. Available now ...
Eye Problems in Children
Understanding amblyopia, visual assessment and ophthalmic signs in children. Become familiar with presentations to primary care, squints, and red flag conditions including orbital cellulitis and retinoblastoma
Eye Problems for Nurse Practitioners
How to approach the eye, red flag symptoms, focused examination, common external eye problems & sight threatening conditions to identify early. Available now ...
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“Should be a compulsory course for all GP's.”
Pearl, GP in Birmingham