The students are expected to come from a wide background with the common objective of improving their knowledge in the field of Rare Eye Diseases. Pregraduate students (ophthalmology, medical genetics, visual sciences, ….) as well as post graduates healthcare professionals (MDs, ophthalmologists , orthoptists, …) or any stakeholder willing to improve knowledge in the field (pharmaceutic industry employee, clinical research assistant or manager, …)
The module is based on the setting of several phases listed hereunder:
- Online theorical courses (asynchronic)
- Synchronic debate sessions
- Clinical Cases analysis
- Work in small groups (small groups virtual classroom)
- Resources & Documentation to consult (reference documents, recent papers)
- Homework: resources to consult
- Bottoms up sessions in small groups (virtual classrooms)
- Evaluation: regular quiz online and trainee presentation (virtual classrooms)
Professor Hélène DOLLFUS, Faculté de médecine, maïeutique et sciences de la santé. Chef du Service de Génétique Médicale, Hôpitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg. Coordinatrice du Centre de Référence pour les Affections Rares en Génétique Ophtalmologique.
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All courses will be in English and be designed and delivered by distance-learning. The e-learningsessions will be held on the DigitalUni platform specifically developed for continuing education.For technical information and prerequisites, please contact firstname.lastname@example.orgFor technical information and prerequisites, please contact href="mailto:email@example.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" firstname.lastname@example.org
ERN-EYE is co-funded by the European Union.
This training course is an “action d’adaptation et de développement des compétences” (ref. French law). A certificate of attendance is delivered after the course. An evaluation measures the trainees’ satisfaction and the achievement of learning objectives.