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Accrediting Body

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists


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Eye-Site provides a high-quality e-learning resource for trainee ophthalmologists and qualified staff alike.

The programme, which is mapped to key elements of The Royal College of Ophthalmologists' training curriculum, covers topics such as clinical assessment, refraction, laser surgery and microsurgery. As you progress through the course, you can use a range of interactive features, such as images, video clips and animations, to help embed learning and understanding.

The learning materials also feature Ophthalmopaedia, the world's first online encyclopaedia of ophthalmology. This resource is packed with articles on a wide variety of general ophthalmology and sub-specialty topics to help broaden your knowledge.

Eye-Site is designed to support traditional teaching methods, such as face-to-face learning and one-to-one tutorials. You can use this resource for general learning, exam preparation or pre-course learning. The content has been developed by leading clinical experts, in partnership with The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare.

Eye-Site is available 24/7 via the Internet and so you can study at your own pace at home, in the workplace or on the move.

Any questions?

If you have any further queries on our programmes, please take a look at our frequently asked questions or contact us.


Course Content

The learning content currently includes the following modules:

  • Clinical Assessment in Ophthalmology
  • Refraction (testing for spectacles and other visual aids)
  • Lasers (including safety aspects)
  • Ophthalmic Public Health
  • Ophthalmic Microsurgical Skills (including basic phacoemulsification)

You can also access Ophthalmopaedia, an online encyclopaedia written by ophthalmologists and with editorial oversight from The Royal College of Ophthalmologists.

Category Value
Registration with provider required No
Certificate available Yes
Multi session Yes
Intended audience(s) Medical Doctor

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