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The Specialist Certificate in the Management of Neuro-Ophthalmic Disorders at the University of Melbourne is designed to enable optometrists to extend their abilities to evaluate the sensory and motor pathways of the visual system.
The Specialist Certificate in Anterior and Dry Eye Disorders offered by the Department of Optometry &, Vision Sciences in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry &, Health Sciences will allow optometrists to advance their clinical capabilities in the day-to-day management of eye disease by affording them the opportunity to review the most current theories on the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of anterior eye disease, including dry eye.
Designed to be compatible with the CPD requirements of the Optometry Board of Australia, the Master of Optometry offers recognisable CPD outcomes for optometrists in a structure that is manageable for working professionals.
This program is designed specifically for registered nurses who want to learn more about the care and management of people with ophthalmic disorders.
This course is the second component of a five year dual degree program, comprising a three year Bachelor of Vision Science (OP45), followed by a two year Master of Optometry (OP85).
The Department of Optometry &, Vision Sciences offer optometrists the opportunity to keep abreast of new developments in significant areas of optometry by studying subjects from a range of our diverse postgraduate courses.
The Specialist Certificate in Glaucoma and Retinal Disease offered by the Department of Optometry &, Vision Sciences in the School of Health Sciences is designed to allow optometrists to advance their capabilities in the day-to-day management of eye disease by affording them the opportunity to review the most current ideas on the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of ocular disease affecting the back of the eye, thus also preparing them for any further shifts in the scope of optometric practice in this area.
Develop the knowledge and attributes required to practise as an optometrist within Australia and New Zealand.
The Doctor of Optometry (OD) at the University of Melbourne is a master’s-level professional entry degree.
Please note: Availability of the Specialist Certificate in the Management of Low Vision Patients course in 2019 is subject to interest and may not run until 2020.
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