Retinal Camera Training for Primary Health Care Workers (ONLINE)
This course is designed for primary health care workers to enable you to:
- Describe how diabetes affects the eyes
- Take retinal photographs for the detection of eye disease due to diabetes
- Incorporate retinal photography in your health service, increasing awareness of the impact of diabetes on eye health
The Retinal Camera Training for Primary Care Workers online course aims to provide primary health care workers with the tools to assess vision (visual acuity) and discuss diabetic eye disease with patients, assisted by retinal photographs.
After completion of this course, you should be able to:
- describe how diabetes affects the eyes
- measure and record visual acuity
- use retinal photography as a tool for patient education
The Retinal Camera Training for Primary Health Care Workers course is endorsed by the following organisations:
Here is the course outline:
General information on the course structure and outcomes. This includes a pre-course survey, which must be completing prior to accessing the course materials.
Includes interactive modules, quiz and post-course survey.
The following certificates are awarded when the course is completed:
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