Education Programme

Exeter Eye is dedicated to achieving the highest standards of ophthalmic care and surgery and to assist colleagues with their own continuing education.

We have regular teaching evenings for our optometrist colleagues in the region, covering all areas of ophthalmology. Every sub-specialty of ophthalmology is covered by our consultant surgeons at Exeter Eye.

Since our move to the excellent facility at Admiral House, Exeter Business Park we are pleased to say we continue to go from strength to strength.  Patient numbers are increasing as the reputation of what we can offer here continues to grow.

As those of you who have been here before will know Admiral House has an excellent Conference Room and we would like to invite you to attend future educational evenings being held at our facility.

These will consist of a tour of the facility for those who have not been before and an informal presentation from our consultants with refreshments and a light supper.

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We are recognised by the General Optical Council as a provider of Continuing Education and Training and we will submit the evening programmes for recognition of CET points.

Next scheduled evening events:

We are delighted to have had such an overwhelming response to the invitations we recently posted for our educational evening events being run by Mr Simcock and Mr Smith here at Admiral House.

Both events on 2ndOctober and 6thNovember are now fully booked so we are pleased to be able to offer a repeat of both sessions to those of you who may still wish to attend.


An OCT Masterclass by Mr Peter Simcock

OCT Masterclass by Mr Peter Simcock, Exeter Eye

Date: Wednesday 2nd October 2019 (FULLY BOOKED)

EXTRA DATE ADDED:
Date: Wednesday 9th October 2019

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Time: 7.00pm to 8.30pm
Venue: Admiral House

This lecture will cover basic macular anatomy and how it relates to OCT appearance then discuss the common pathologies seen in optometric practice.



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

Glaucoma Detection Use of Visual Fields and OCT in Primary Care by Mr Michael Smith, Exeter Eye

Date: Wednesday 6th November 2019 (FULLY BOOKED)

EXTRA DATE ADDED:
Date: Wednesday 13th November 2019

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Time: 7.00pm to 8.30pm
Venue: Admiral House

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. 


If you would like to attend any of our events please email us at info@exetereye.co.uk or call 01392 699969 to reserve your place.

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