MEDICAL RETINA COURSE

March 2022 to December 2023

Live and on-demand online sessions

COURSE DIRECTORS

Carneiro, Angela
Silva, Rufino

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Campos, António
Duarte, Lilianne
Falcão, Manuel
Figueira, João
Flores, Rita
Meireles, Angelina

Programme

Session # 2 | Colour fundus photography

Maria João Veludo

Session # 3 | Optical coherence tomography

Sandra Barrão

Session # 4 | Optical coherence tomography Angiography

Sandra Barrão

Session # 5 | Fluorescein Angiography

Lilianne Duarte

Session # 6 | Indocyanine green angiography

Vítor Rosas

Session # 7 | Fundus Autofluorescence and Reflectance

Claúdia Farinha

Session # 8 | Widefield Imaging

José Roque

Session # 9 | Ocular ultrasound

Filomena Pinto

Session # 10 | Ocular Electrophysiology

Renato Santos Silva

Session # 11 | Microperimetry

Pedro Faria

Session # 12 | Methods in basic research

Sandrina Nunes

Session # 13 | Good clinical practices

Luísa Ribeiro

Session # 14 | Medical Writing

Manuel Falcão

Session # 15 | Diabetic Retinopathy I

António Campos, Bernardete Pessoa

Session # 16 | Diabetic Retinopathy II

António Campos, Bernardete Pessoa

Session # 17 | Blood dyscrasias

Sofia Fonseca

Session # 18 | Ocular ischemic syndrome

Luísa Vieira

Session # 19 | Arterial occlusions

Ana Carolina Abreu

Session # 20 | Venous occlusions

Belmira Beltran

Session # 21 | Hypertensive Retinopathy

Miguel Amaro

Session # 22 | Retinal telangiectasia

Isabel Pires

Session # 23 | Retinal macroaneurysms

Mário Ornelas

Session # 24 | Early and intermediate phenotypes

Rita Flores

Session # 25 | Atrophic phenotype

Maria da Luz Cachulo

Session # 26 | Neovascular phenotype

Ângela Carneiro

Session # 27 | Pathological myopia

Miguel Lume

Session # 28 | Tractional myopic maculopathy

Ana Fonseca

Session # 29 | Myopic choroidal neovascularization

João Beato

Session # 30 | Angioid streaks

Margarida Marques

Session # 31 | Chorioretinal inflammatory diseases

Rita Anjos

Session # 32 | Traumatic chorioretinal vascularization

Rui Carvalho

Session # 33 | Idiopathic neovascularization

Carla Teixeira

Session # 34 | Pachychoroid disease spectrum

Susana Penas, Rufino Silva

Session # 35 | Macular hole

Nuno Gomes

Session # 36 | Epirretinal membrane and proliferation

João Figueira

Session # 37 | Vitreomacular traction syndrome

João Nascimento

Session # 38 | Acute maculopathy

Inês Marques

Session # 39 | Retinal disorders during pregnancy

Andreia Silva

Session # 40 | Inherited Retinal Dystrophies

João Pedro Marques

Session # 41 | Phacomatosis and other congenital conditions

Ana Magriço

Session # 42 | Retinal peripheral lesions predisposing to retinal detachment

Luís Mendonça

Session # 43 | Infectious and inflammatory disorders of the retina, choroid, vitreous and optic nerve

Inês Leal, Maria João Furtado, Vanda Nogueira

Session # 44 | Vitreous disorders

Fernanda Vaz

Session # 45 | Posterior segment Blunt trauma

Angelina Meireles

Session # 46 | Retinal and choroidal tumors in adulthood

Teresa Bragança

Session # 47 | Retinal drug toxicity

Sara Vaz-Pereira

Session # 48 | Retinoblastoma and other tumoral conditions in childhood

Guilherme Castela

Session # 49 | Retinopathy of prematurity

Susana Teixeira

Session # 50 | Other childhood vitreoretinal disorders

Vasco Miranda

MODULE 25 – SCREENING AND LOW-VISION AIDS

Session # 51 | Screening for retinal disorders

Marco Dutra Medeiros

Session # 52 | Low-vision aids

Catarina Paiva

MODULE 26 – LASER AND INTRAVITREAL TREATMENTS

Session # 53 | Laser treatment for retinal disorders

José Henriques

Session # 54 | Intravitreal injections and implants

Maria Picoto

TOTAL 26 MODULES 60h

EACCME

European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education

The Medical Retina Educational Programme, made available on https://cursoretinamedicaspoger.pt and organized by Grupo de Estudos de Retina (GER) – Portuguese Retina Study Group and Sociedade Portuguesa de Oftalmologia (SPO) – Portuguese Society of Ophthalmology, is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) to provide the following CME activity for medical specialists. Each medical specialist should claim only those credits that he/she ac tually spent in the educational activity. The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS). Only those e-learning materials that are displayed on the UEMS- EACCME website have formally been accredited. Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) and the American Medical Association (AMA), physicians may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/education/earn-credit-participation-international-activities.