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Emergency Department

Emergency Ophthalmology

The Eye and Ear provides 24 hour emergency eye services and has an outstanding reputation and record for providing excellent patient care. Doctors working in an Emergency Department need to have a high level of skill in assessing and diagnosing eye presentations, and the Eye and Ear Emergency Department delivers an integral part of our hospital teaching program through education for medical registrars and nursing staff; as well as sharing ophthalmic specialist knowledge throughout Victoria by providing training to Emergency Medicine Registrars from other hospitals.

Sudden Loss of Vision Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.

This GP education session is presented by Dr Brian Ang, consultant ophthalmologist at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital.

A systematic approach to the diagnosis and management of red eye in a patient

This Eye Emergency Workshop lecture was delivered by A/Professor Diane Webster, Consultant Ophthalmologist in Surgical Ophthalmic Services and Acute Ophthalmic Services at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital. Password 1234 to play.

Corneal Emergencies

This Eye Emergency Workshop lecture was delivered by Dr Laurence Sullivan, Corneal specialist at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital. Password 1234 to play.

Acute Visual Loss: An Emergency Department Perspective

This Emergency Medicine lecture was delivered by A/Prof Ehud Zamir (a member of the Eye and Ear's Senior Medical Staff).

Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma for Emergency Department Physicians

A presentation by Niamh Collins (Glaucoma Fellow at the Eye and Ear) as part of the Eye and Ear's Emergency Department Teaching Program.

Penetrating Eye Injury

A presentation by Shivanand Sheth, Consultant Ophthalmologist at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital.