Resources & Lectures

Below is a list of the Resources & Lectures available from this site.

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  • The Peter Hansell Scholarship Fund

    The Medical Group of the Royal Photographic Society administers a scholarship fund in memory of Dr Peter Hansell HonFRPS, a pioneer of the practice and teaching of medical photography in the second half of the 20th Century.

    The fund provides financial support for any person working in a programme of study or research in the field of illustrative documentation in medicine. Such support may be for the purchase of books, materials or equipment, for attendance at conferences or for travel costs incurred during a research or study project. The fund is not intended to replace finance that would usually be available from bodies such as the NHS or universities in the normal course of work or study.

    open The Peter Hansell Scholarship Fund open the The Peter Hansell Scholarship Fund document  »
  • Eye Opener - Issue 1

    Over the past few years, our profession has grown and we now cover a very broad scope of photographic and imaging services within Ophthalmology.

    We wanted to create a newsletter to provide information on the profession and keep you all informed and up to date on what's happening within Ophthalmic Imaging.

    open Eye Opener - OIA Newsletter Issue 1 open the Eye Opener - OIA Newsletter Issue 1 document  »
  • EyeLight May 2012

    In this issue

    • 2012 New Zealand RANZCO Meeting.
    • Retinal Vein Occlusion
    • Wall Paintings & OCT
    • New Tool for Medical Retina 
    • Retinal Regeneration Therapy
    • CV Risk for AMD Patients
    • New Stereo Retinal Camera
    • Video Recording of Diabetic Eye Disease
    • Early Diabetic Changes in Macula RNFL detected by OCT
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    open EyeLight May 2012 open the EyeLight May 2012 document  »
  • EyeLight September 2010

    In this issue

    • Editorial Mono or Stereo Imaging For Grading Diabetic Retinopathy.
    • Diabetic Eye Disease Update
    • Topcon In New Zealand
    • ICOP Conference 2011
    • Flourescein Sodium
    • Hand-held OCT imaging of neonates and young children
    • Imaging the choroid - a new boundary
    • Use of a novel Ultra Wide Field Retinal Imaging System
    • AIMBI 2011 Conference
    • Fluorescein Angiography alters blood test results
    This is restricted to members only. You will need to login to access this resource.open EyeLight September 2010 open the EyeLight September 2010 document  »
  • Conference Programme 2009

    Use this link for the latest details of the conference programme. People may have noticed that ion the last global email it was referenced that this resource was available from links on the left. Of course the links are on the right and this was due to a sub-cranial typo. Apologies!


    open Conference Programme 2009 open the Conference Programme 2009 document  »
  • Eye Light October 2009

    In this issue

    • Screening for Diabetic Retinopathy: How many fields - 1,2,3 or 7?
    • Establishing Glautomatous Progression using the HRT
    • Medical Device Alert for Stratus OCT software
    • The Quality of Reporting of Diagnostic Accuracy Studies in Diabetic Retinopathy Screening
    • The disappearing Macular Hole
    • Cataract?
    • Diabetic Retinal Screening fails to meet target
    • Need to use a Slit Lamp ?
    • Infra Red, Classic CNVs and Wet AMD

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    open Eye Light Journal - October 2009 open the Eye Light Journal - October 2009 document  »
  • Eye Light June 2009

    In this issue

    • Editorial: Ocular Melanoma - Diagnosis, Management and Imaging
    • Imaging: Choroidal Naevi, Ocular and Periocular Melanomas
    • Diabetes and Obesity
    • Review: Clinical Mapping of Conjunctival Melanomas
    • Macular Degeneration Foundation in NZ
    • Are you who you say you are ?
    • Can I Move it around ?
    • Rheumatoid Arthritis SLE, DLE, Cutaneous Lupus - the Ophthalmic Connection
    • Conference News
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    open Eye Light Journal - June 2009 open the Eye Light Journal - June 2009 document  »
  • Eye Light January 2009 - Quarterly newsletter 

    Just some of the articles covered in this issue:

    • Editorial
    • Glaucoma imaging - which way?
    • Case Gallery
    • Will FFAs survive in the 21st Century?
    • Certification of Imagemakers in the US
    • Avastin Obliterates
    • Rubeosis Iridis Imaging Considerations
    This is restricted to members only. You will need to login to access this resource.open Eye Light Journal - January 2009 open the Eye Light Journal - January 2009 document  »
  • Journal of Ophthalmic Photography

    Search every issue of the Journal of Ophthalmic Photography from January 1978 through to the present.

    To view the contents of an entire issue, you may either enter the journal number or volume date.  For example, either 30:2 or Fall/2008 (in those exact formats), will show the contents for that issue. Additional details of searches are available on the site.

    open Journal of Ophthalmic Photography open the Journal of Ophthalmic Photography document  »
  • Pharmacology

    This resource covers the following topics:

    Terminology, Fluorescein & ICG, Learning Outcomes Fluorescein, Learning Outcomes ICG, Research Assignment: Fluorescein & ICG, Mydriatics & Cycloplegia, Learning Outcomes, Mydriatics, Research Assignment: Mydriatics.

    open Pharmacology open the Pharmacology document  »
  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Diabetes is a huge subject, which occupies the working life of several thousand health workers in this country alone; to expect to cover it all in one module is therefore unrealistic. The module has been designed to be all-inclusive, so although it is long, there should be no need to resort to any literature searches, unless of course you wish to.

    open Diabetes Mellitus (David Squirrel, Judith Bush) open the Diabetes Mellitus (David Squirrel, Judith Bush) document  »
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