Acquire the necessary skills to work in nursing in the best ophthalmology units with a high intensity Postgraduate Diploma"

The work of the nursing professional is developed in multiple and different areas of intervention. From the patient's reception and accompaniment to, the moment of treatment application and follow; up control, the nursing staff must have the capacity of a multifunctional worker.

This is also essential in the Ophthalmic Nursing The nursing professional requires a solid specialization that qualifies them in the work areas in which they are going to develop their work. This performance is also affected by the constant technical and technological advances in this field, which means that professionals must be attentive to all updates so as not to become outdated at great speed.

However, achieving this update requires a dedication that is not always compatible with real life. 

This complete Postgraduate Diploma has managed to reconcile the intensity of a very complete program, which covers all the essential aspects of the specialization of an expert in ophthalmic nursing, with the daily life of any professional, even those who are in practice.

Through a study approach that takes advantage of the most efficient teaching formulas and the most useful and versatile online systems, this Postgraduate Diploma is a highly qualified tool that will take you, step by step, at your own pace but without delay, to the most demanding educational goal.

A luxury program that we put within your reach with the best conditions of the educational market. 

With this Postgraduate Diploma you will be able to combine high-intensity training with your professional and personal life, achieving your goals in a simple and real way"

This Postgraduate Diploma in Ocular Pathology contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market. Its most notable features are:

  • The latest technology in online teaching software
  • A highly visual teaching system, supported by graphic and schematic contents that are easy to assimilate and understand
  • Practical cases presented by practising experts
  • State-of-the-art interactive video systems
  • Teaching supported by telepractice
  • Continuous updating and recycling systems
  • Autonomous learning: full compatibility with other occupations
  • Practical exercises for self-evaluation and learning verification
  • Support groups and educational synergies: questions to the expert, debate and knowledge forums
  • Communication with the teacher and individual reflection work
  • Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection
  • Supplementary documentation databases are permanently available, even after the course

A program created and directed by professional experts in Ophthalmic Nursing that make this Postgraduate Diploma a unique opportunity for professional growth”

Our teaching staff is made up of professionals from different fields related to this specialty. In this way TECH ensures that it delivers the targeted capacitive update it intends. A multidisciplinary team of professionals, trained and experienced in different environments, who will cover the theoretical knowledge in an efficient way, but, above all, will bring the practical knowledge derived from their own experience to the course: one of the differential qualities of this course. 

This mastery of the subject is complemented by the effectiveness of the methodological design of this Postgraduate Diploma in Ocular Pathology. Developed by a multidisciplinary team of experts who integrate the latest advances in educational technology. In this way, you will be able to study with a range of comfortable and versatile multimedia tools that will give you the operability you need in your training. 

The design of this program is based on Problem-Based Learning: an approach that views learning as a highly practical process. To achieve this remotely, telepractice will be used. With the help of an innovative interactive video system andlearning from an expert will be to acquire the knowledge as if you were facing the scenario you are learning at that moment. A concept that will allow you to integrate and fix learning in a more realistic and permanent way. 

The learning of this Postgraduate Diploma is developed through the most advanced didactic means in online teaching to guarantee that your effort will have the best possible results"

Our innovative telepractice concept will give you the opportunity to learn through an immersive experience, which will provide you with a faster integration and a much more realistic view of the contents: “learning from an expert”


The contents of this Postgraduate Diploma have been developed by the different experts of this course, with a clear purpose: to ensure that students acquire each and every one of the skills necessary to become true experts in this field.

A complete and well-structured program that will take you to the highest standards of quality and success.

A comprehensive teaching program, structured in well-developed teaching units, oriented towards learning that is compatible with your personal and professional life”

Module 1. Ocular Anatomy and Physiology

1.1. Eyeball

1.1.1 Outer Layer Cornea Sclera Sclerocorneal Limbus

1.1.2 Middle or Vascular Layer Iris Ciliary Body Choroid

1.1.3 Inner or Neurosensory Layer Retina Vitreous Humor

1.2. Lens

1.2.1 Description and Characteristics
1.2.2 Morphological
1.2.3 Phenomenon of Accommodation

1.3. Conjunctive

1.3.1 Description and Characteristics
1.3.2 Layers of the Conjunctiva

1.4. Eyelids

1.4.1 Description and Characteristics
1.4.2 Description of the Layers of the Eyelids

1.5. Lacrimal System

1.5.1 Secretory Lacrimal System
1.5.2 Excretory Lacrimal System

1.6. Ocular Orbit

1.6.1 Description
1.6.2 Orbital Openings
1.6.3 Structure of the Orbital Bone

1.7. Eye Muscles

1.7.1 Description
1.7.2 Different Eye Muscles
1.7.3 Muscle Action

1.8. Optical Route

1.8.1 Optic Nerve
1.8.2 Optic Chiasm
1.8.3 Optical Ribbons
1.8.4 Visual Centers
1.8.5 Optical Radiation
1.8.6 The Visual Cortex

1.9. Vascularization of the Eyeball

1.9.1 Eyeball Arteries
1.9.2 Eyeball Veins

1.10. Eyeball Innervation

1.10.1  Description
1.10.2  Different Ocular Nerves
1.10.3  Neuro-Ophthalmology
1.10.4  Image Formation

Module 2. Principles of Applied Optics

2.1. Refractive Status of the Human Eye

2.1.1 Normal Eyes Description
2.1.2 Refractive Defects or Ametropias

2.2. Myopia

2.2.1 Description
2.2.2 Types of Myopia
2.2.3 Causes and Symptoms
2.2.4 Correction of Myopia

2.3. Hyperopia

2.3.1 Description
2.3.2 Types of Hyperopia
2.3.3 Causes and Symptoms
2.3.4 Correction of Hyperopia

2.4. Astigmatism

2.4.1 Description
2.4.2 Types of Astigmatism
2.4.3 Causes and Symptoms
2.4.4 Correction of Astigmatism

2.5. Anisometropia

2.5.1 Concept
2.5.2 Classification
2.5.3 Treatment
2.5.4 Aniseikonia

2.6. Presbyopia and Accommodation

2.6.1 Concept
2.6.2 Causes and Symptoms
2.6.3 Anatomy of the Accommodative System
2.6.4 Mechanism of Accommodation

2.7. Binocular Vision

2.7.1 Concept
2.7.2 Stages of Development
2.7.3 Determination of Stereoscopic Visual Acuity Types of Coincidence Lang Test Titmus Test TNO Test Frisby Test

2.7.4  Amblyopia Concept Classification of Amblyopia

2.7.5 Strabismus Concept Classification Motor Adaptation to Strabismus

2.8. Chromatic Vision

2.8.1 Concept
2.8.2 Types of Anomalies
2.8.3 Anomaly Detection Systems

2.9. Measurement of Ocular Refraction

2.9.1 Concept
2.9.2 Types of Measurement Objective Refraction Retinoscopy Autorefractomery Keratometry

2.10. Types of Ophthalmic Lenses

2.10.1 Optical Lens Concept
2.10.2 Types of Optical Lenses Spherical Lenses Astigmatic Lenses Prismatic Lenses Multifocal Lenses

Module 3. Ocular Pharmacology

3.1. Principles of Pharmacology

3.1.1 Absorption, Distribution, Biotransformation and Elimination of Drugs
3.1.2 Mechanisms of Action for Drugs

3.2. Pharmacological Aspects in Ophthalmology

3.2.1 Bioavailability
3.2.2 Ophthalmological Physiological Factors
3.2.3 Types of Ophthalmic Pharmacological Formulations
3.2.4 Ophthalmic Drug Administration Procedure

3.3. Ophthalmic Drugs

3.3.1 Anesthetics Definition Types of Anesthetics

3.3.2 Mydriatics and Cycloplegics Definition Types and Action

3.3.3 Antibiotics Definition Most Commonly Used Types of Antibiotics

3.3.4 Antivirals Definition Types of Ophthalmic Antivirals

3.3.5 Antifungal Drugs Definition Types of Antifungals Routes of Administration and Doses

3.3.6 Antiparasitics II Definition Therapeutic Guide

3.3.7 Ocular Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Definition Types of Anesthetics

3.3.8 Immunotherapy Definition Types of Drugs

3.3.9 Ocular Hypotensive Drugs Definition Types of Hypotensive Drugs

3.3.10. Antiangiogenics Definition Types of Drugs Ocular and Systemic Adverse Effects

3.3.11. Tears and Moisturizers Definition Types of Tears

3.3.12. Botulinum Toxin Definition Types of Drugs

3.4. Biological and Diagnostic Dyes

3.4.1 Definition
3.4.2 Classification

3.5. Viscoelastic Agents

3.5.1 Definition
3.5.2 Classification
3.5.3 Indications and Clinical Applications
3.5.4 Adverse Effects

3.6. Solutions for Intraocular Irrigation

3.6.1 Definition
3.6.2 Types of Solutions

3.7. Vitreous Substitutes

3.7.1 Definition
3.7.2 Types of Vitreous Substitutes
3.7.3 Features and Clinical Applications

3.8. Ophthalmic Adhesives

3.8.1 Definition
3.8.2 Types of Adhesives
3.8.3 Clinical Applications

3.9. Adverse Ocular Reactions to Systemic Drugs

3.9.1 Definition
3.9.2 Adverse Reaction
3.9.3 Adverse Ocular Reactions to Systemic Drugs

3.10. Pharmacology Applications to Nursing Practice

3.10.1 Legal Framework and Nursing Process
3.10.2 Problems Resulting from Pharmacologic Therapy
3.10.3 Nurse Prescription

Module 4. Ocular Pathology

4.1. Lens. Cataracts

4.1.1 Definition
4.1.2 Types of Cataracts
4.1.3 Treatment

4.2. Macular and Retinal Pathology

4.2.1 Definition of Macular and Retinal Pathology
4.2.2 Types of Macular and Retinal Pathology
4.2.3 Treatment

4.3. Glaucoma

4.3.1 Definition
4.3.2 Types of Glaucoma
4.3.3 Treatment

4.4. Strabismus

4.4.1 Introduction
4.4.2 Types of Strabismus
4.4.3 Treatment

4.5. Eyelids and Eyelashes

4.5.1 Introduction
4.5.2 Types of Eyelid Pathologies
4.5.3 Treatment

4.6. Conjunctiva and Sclera

4.6.1 Introduction
4.6.2 Types of Conjunctivitis
4.6.3 Episcleritis Scleritis
4.6.4 Treatment

4.7. Orbit

4.7.1 Introduction
4.7.2 Types of Diseases

4.8. Uveitis

4.8.1 Introduction
4.8.2 Types of Uveitis
4.8.3 Treatment

4.9. Lacrimal Duct

4.9.1 Introduction
4.9.2 Types of Obstructions
4.9.3 Treatment

4.10. Cornea

4.10.1 Introduction
4.10.2 Types of Corneal Diseases Keratitis Ectasias Dystrophies

4.10.3  Treatment

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