UCL Institute of Ophthalmology


Telemedicince PGCert

Telemedicine is a diverse field concerned with the application of information and communication technology (ICT) to support an organisation to deliver healthcare services and to manage patient health


This programme introduces health informatics in the context of eHealth and telemedicine systems along with the global health challenge of eye disease for patients care, supported by specialist modules in diagnostic imaging for ocular diseases. The main aim of the programme is to give students specialised knowledge that will enable them to design and evaluate telemedicine and eHealth technologies for ophthalmic patients.

This programme is designed specifically for allied health professionals who will be taking on expanded roles in this growing digital health economy. For example Technicians/medical photographers.
This PGCert is aimed at working medical and non-medical ophthalmic professionals who wish to advance their knowledge through postgraduate-level study, without the time or financial commitment required to undertake a master’s degree currently.

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Brain Sciences MRes – SenSyT pathway

The new Brain Sciences MRes (SenSyT pathway) is designed to produce scientists with an edge; researchers capable of working at the interface between scientific disciplines and trained to understand the clinical and commercial as well as scientific issues surrounding the development of technologies and therapies for disorders of sensory systems.

Find out more about this MRes on the Faculty of Brain Sciences website

Or send us an email: ioo.admissions@ucl.ac.uk

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