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Moorfields Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision course
From Tuesday 19 March 2019
To Friday 22 March 2019
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Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision including Extra half day

Tuesday 19th - 22nd March 2019

A three-day Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course held by the Electrophysiology Department at Moorfields Eye Hospital and the Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London, with optional half-day prior to the main course to introduce the relevant aspects of ophthalmology and genetics for non-ophthalmologists.

 The course is intended for clinicians who wish to practice in the field or expand their knowledge, to scientists and other paramedics who have an interest in clinical vision science and to technicians and clinical physiologists working in ophthalmological or neurological electrodiagnostic units.

 The programme includes lectures by an International faculty on the theory, practice and clinical applications of electroretinography (ERG), pattern ERG, multifocal ERG, cortical visual evoked potential (VEP) and the electro-oculogram (EOG). All topics will be addressed in the context of clinical applications, including specialised paediatric techniques, in a wide range of retinal and visual pathway disorders. Practical work and demonstrations are included.

 The course is approved by the International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision.

Course organiser: Dr Anthony Robson

Provisional faculty includes; Dr Isabelle Audo, Prof. M Bach, Dr Antonio Calcagni, Dr Ruth Hamilton, Prof. Bart LeRoy, Dr Omar Mahroo, Dr Magella Neveu, Prof. Gunter Niemeyer, Dr Anthony Robson, Dr Dorothy Thompson.

19th March 2019 - Extra half day starting at 12:45pm.
20th - 22nd March 2019 - Main three-day course, 9am to 5pm.

Course Fee:
£745.00 (for three-day only course follow this link for booking) (16 CPD points TBC)
£855.00 (incorporating extra half day bookable on this page) (18 CPD points TBC)

Course fee includes lunch and refreshments.

Location London