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Ocular Pathology

Prepare for the RANZCO Pathology exam

This online course is available 100% online from Monday 11 July to assist postgraduate students in learning the core knowledge of ocular pathology required for the RANZO Pathology exam.

The course is structured in two parts. Students can choose to enrol just in Part 1 or in both Parts 1 and 2. The course offers students:

  • A flexible online learning platform 
  • Over 30 hours of recorded tutorials and lectures 
  • A bespoke, high quality pathology slide viewer to examine over 20 specimens online 
  • A comprehensive library of past notes and lectures 
  • A bank of past exam questions 
  • A certificate of completion 
  • Lifelong access to the course content

Those enrolling in Part 2 will also have: 

  • 6 live-streamed tutorials delivered by experienced ocular pathologists and consultant ophthalmologists

Key information
Dates 11 July – 28 August
  • Part 1: Students study at their own pace  
  • Part 2: Live tutorials for Part 2 will be held on Tuesday evening (exact times TBC). Recordings of tutorials will be made available online.
Location 100% Online
Suitable for Postgraduate students who are interested in learning the core knowledge in ocular pathology to assist them in preparation for their RANZCO Pathology exam. 
  • Part 1 only - $250 (plus GST)
  • Part 1 and Part 2 - $800 (plus GST) 
Registration closes 5pm, 8 July 2022
Registration is now open
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Course presenters

  • Dr Alexandra Allende MBBS PhD FRCPA
    Anatomical Pathologist, Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology
  • Dr Geoffrey Hall, BHB, MB, ChB, MPH, FRCPA
    Anatomical Pathologist, Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology
  • Professor Sarah Coupland, MBBS, PhD, FRCPath, FARVO, FSB
    George Holt Chair in Pathology, Honorary Consultant Histopathologist
  • Dr Con Petsoglou, MBBS, Med (ClinEpi), FRANZCO
    Senior Lecturer Discipline of Clinical Ophthalmology & Eye Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney