The FRCRnet network offers technical and scientific training, accessible to its members free of charge.
This training can also be offered to external participants. Please contact us for more information.
Proposed training courses:
- Targeted laser training
- Adaptive optics imaging: technique and interpretation
- Seminar on adaptive optics imaging of the retina
- GCP training, accessible only to network members
Purpose of the training: Master the technique of laser photocoagulation for macular oedema, particularly for investigators in the TaLaDME study. Trainng is done on each investigation site.
Profile: Retina specialists
Organisation of the training: ½ day theory + ½ day practice on site. Each session involves one to three ophthalmologists.
Download the detailed technical procedure.
To request training in your centre, please use our contact form.
Video tutorial on targeted laser photocoagulation (french):
Acknowledgements to CCAH for its support.
Purpose: To understand the main operating principles of AO imaging with the rtx1 camera, in order to become autonomous in its use, learn how to interpret images acquired in normal subjects and in those suffering from diseases affecting the retina.
Profile: Ophthalmologists, orthoptists, other medical disciplines (cardiologists, neurologists, etc.), physicists and engineers interested in using the rtx1 camera.
Agenda :3 hours of theory and 3 hours of practice.
Are you interested in this course? Contact us to make an appointment.
Video tutorial on adaptive optics imaging (french):
Purpose of the training: Understand the main operating principles of AO, learn how to interpret images acquired in normal subjects and in those suffering from diseases affecting the retina.
Profile: Ophthalmologists, orthoptists and physicists interested in retinal imaging applications.
Organisation of the training: 1 day of theoretical training + ½ day of practice
The last international seminar dedicated to adaptive optics ophthalmoscopy for the retina took place on 4 & 5 September 2019 in Paris.
On-line GCP training is offered to network members (ophthalmologists, orthoptists, CRA ...). This training is recognized by most of health companies.
A training account is open to members who wish it; they then have 6 months to complete the training at their own pace.