Optometry - BSc (Hons)

Bachelor's degree

En Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

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Descripción

  • Tipología

    Bachelor's degree

  • Lugar

    Hong kong (Hong Kong)

  • Duración

    5


Students participate in clinical training in preparation to be optometrists. The training is in two phases, in the Clinical Laboratory and in the Optometry Clinic, examining real patients.

Our Optometry Clinic, which is unique in Hong Kong, provides an excellent environment for clinical training.

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?:
Students become primary eyecare practitioners with expert knowledge of the eye and the visual system. They gain the knowledge and skills that are necessary to diagnose visual problems and offer treatment options, which may be in the form of optical lenses or visual training.

The journey to becoming an eyecare practitioner begins with a strong foundation in basic life sciences, followed by a thorough grounding in the optometric sciences. In the second half of the programme, students acquire clinical skills that enable them to effectively manage a wide variety of visual problems. The five semesters of supervised clinical training with real patients in our Optometry Clinic and our satellite clinics give students many opportunities to learn to care for patients and consolidate their clinical skills and knowledge.

Throughout the programme, students learn about ethical, professional and legal issues in preparation for clinical practice.

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Ubicación

comienzo

Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
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11 Yuk Choi Rd, Hung Hom, Hong Kong

comienzo

Septiembre Plazas agotadas

Materias

  • Optometry
  • Clinical
  • Sciences
  • Clinical training
  • Clinical Sciences
  • Professional Training
  • Optometry
  • Clinical experience
  • Optometric sciences
  • Optometric
  • Clinical techniques
  • Clinical techniques

Temario

  • The programme comprises General University Requirements (GUR) and four main areas of study: basic sciences, optometric sciences, clinical sciences and clinical and professional training.
  • Years One and Two concentrate on the general education and basic sciences to establish a sound base of knowledge.
  • Years Three and Four develop students' optometric clinical techniques for clinical practice.
  • Years Four and Five focus on clinical training (a total of 5 semesters). Students examine patients and gain valuable clinical experience.
  • A research project is conducted in Years Four and Five.

Optometry - BSc (Hons)

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