Glaucoma Detection: Use of Visual Fields and OCT in Primary Care

Glaucoma Detection:  Use of Visual Fields and OCT in Primary Care by Mr Michael Smith

Date: Wednesday 6th November 2019 (NOW FULLY BOOKED)


Date: Wednesday 13th November 2019

Time:  7.00pm to 8.30pm

Venue: Admiral House

Open all optometrists in the Exeter, Devon area so please feel free to extend the invite to colleagues at your practice who may also be interested in attending. 

This session will aim to help delegates make the most of the visual fields and OCTs they use in clinical practice to detect possible glaucoma cases.

This will include how to best interpret the results from these devices, when the optometrist should consider referral to hospital eye services and common causes of false positive results.

The session will include discussion of examples from clinical practice and delegates are encouraged to bring along any case examples from their own practice they wish to discuss.

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A light supper will be provided, as well a tour of the facility for those who have not yet been to Admiral House.

The programmes are being submitted for CET points from the General Optical Council.

Please email us at or call 01392 699969 to reserve a place and let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements when booking.

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