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Masters Degrees in Ophthalmics, Australia

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International Ophthalmology aims to prevent blindness, promote eye health and rehabilitate those with a visual disability in the near island nations. Read more
International Ophthalmology aims to prevent blindness, promote eye health and rehabilitate those with a visual disability in the near island nations. The Master of International Ophthalmology focuses on, but is not limited to, the specific training needs of clinicians in developing countries of the Asia-Pacific region. Medical graduates in the Asia-Pacific interested in ophthalmology will benefit from this comprehensive course, which can lead to qualifications endorsed by their local health ministry. It will provide you with the skills to practise ophthalmology at the highest possible standard with an emphasis on the specific diseases and pathologies of developing countries.

Clinical and basic sciences are taught online, while local and visiting mentors provide clinical teaching and supervision in your working environment. You will gain practical skills that include knowledge of the prognosis and management of common eye conditions, diseases and injuries. The course will also provide you with the opportunity to complete extensive practical experience, including performing ophthalmic surgery and management of post-operative complications.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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Ophthalmic science aims to prevent blindness, promote eye health and rehabilitate those with a visual disability. The Master of Medicine (Ophthalmic Science) includes study in ocular anatomy, physiology, optics, genetics, pathology, practical ophthalmic science. Read more
Ophthalmic science aims to prevent blindness, promote eye health and rehabilitate those with a visual disability. The Master of Medicine (Ophthalmic Science) includes study in ocular anatomy, physiology, optics, genetics, pathology, practical ophthalmic science. You will complete a treatise in the field of ophthalmology as part of the requirements of this course.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The course aims to provide graduates with the core knowledge and an understanding of ophthalmic basic science and thus enable them to advance in a career in vision science. Read more
The course aims to provide graduates with the core knowledge and an understanding of ophthalmic basic science and thus enable them to advance in a career in vision science.

The degree will teach ocular anatomy, physiology, optics, genetics, pathology, practical ophthalmic science and is completed with a treatise in the field of ophthalmology.

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It aims to assist all graduates who are interested in careers in the visual and neurosciences to have a good grounding in the ophthalmic basic sciences. The course is specifically suited to visual scientists, ophthalmic nurses, orthoptists and optometrists wishing to further their understanding of the ophthalmic basic sciences and assist in their research projects.

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Refractive surgery is an ever-expanding area within the field of ophthalmology that encompasses laser and non-laser vision correction. Read more
Refractive surgery is an ever-expanding area within the field of ophthalmology that encompasses laser and non-laser vision correction. Such surgery has traditionally been performed by surgeons in large private clinics, but in recent years has become accepted as part of mainstream ophthalmic care. Laser eye surgery is now the most frequently performed eye operation in Australia.

Upon completion of the Master of Medicine (Cataract and Refractive Surgery) at Sydney Medical School you will be equipped with knowledge of cataract and refractive surgery theory and practice. The course is primarily online with a two-week placement in an accredited refractive surgical centre and time spent in the wet lab at Sydney Eye Hospital. Jointly offered with the University of Auckland, New Zealand, the course is the first of its kind in the world.

Your lecturers include internationally recognised corneal and refractive surgeons.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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