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HS-UK Premier Slit Lamp Imaging Course

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HS-UK Premier Slit Lamp Imaging Course

The aim of the HS-UK Premier Slit Lamp Imaging course is to provide attendees with a detailed overview of this highly-skilled ophthalmic imaging discipline. The day will include lectures and demonstrations delivered by a faculty of highly-skilled slit lamp imaging specialists.

The agenda will cover a wide range of topics, including the history of the slit lamp and a step-by-step guide to basic eye examination. It will also include the various techniques required for anterior imaging, including; diffuse, focal and indirect illumination and retro illumination using the retina.

There will also be hands-on workshop sessions, giving attendees the opportunity to examine live subjects using state-of-the-art imaging devices, including Haag-Streit’s BX 900. Often referred to as ‘the photographer's slit lamp’, the BX 900 combines the latest imaging technology with versatility, optical brilliance and exceptional Haag-Streit mechanical quality.

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The price for each course is just £100 (ex VAT).


7.5 CPD points will be awarded to delegates for their attendance (per day).

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The HS-UK Premier Slit Lamp Imaging Course will feature guest speaker, Steve Thomson, Slit Lamp Imaging Specialist, Haag-Streit Diagnostics.

Steve Thomson was previously a Senior Ophthalmic Photographer at the University of Edinburgh and has more than 35 years’ experience in clinical imaging. Steve has an in-depth comprehension of high-tech instrumentation in clinical ophthalmology and has extensive experience in training clinicians from across the globe. Steve has been fundamental to the development of imaging software and played an important role in the development of many devices currently used in ophthalmic imaging.

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