Acute ophthalmology is organized by Eyecademy and will be held from Dec 03 - 04, 2020 at Radisson Blu Hotel, Malmo, Malmo, Scania, Sweden. Target Audience:AT doctor, Doctor in specialist training / ST, Completed specialists (Continuing education) Description:According to the National Board of Health and Welfare's regulations, emergency physicians must be able to "handle all acute illnesses and accidents, at all ages, for a limited time and with available resources". In addition, it must be possible to "evaluate the risk versus the benefit of different treatment alternatives from a medical, logistical and ethical perspective and from a patient safety perspective". Around the country, it is often emergency doctors who make the primary assessment of eye cases in the evening and on weekends, as most hospitals do not have an eye service during these times. This places special demands on the emergency physician's ability to handle acute ophthalmological cases according to the above guidelines. Overall goals:• Better medical care of eye patients in an emergency department• Fewer and more adequate referrals to a specialistunit 3. Greater security to handle the acuity of this patient group and initiate treatment of the most acute conditions.Be able to evaluate ophthalmological findings as a suspected part of systemic disease Results for the participant:The course is based on SWESEM's education committee's guidelines for "acute ophthalmology". The ambition is that the theoretical and practical knowledge goals that are sought will be achieved to a large extent in this course. In other respects, the course aims to give the participant:• Increased theoretical knowledge goals in ophthalmology• Practical skills in ophthalmological examination technique adequate in an emergency room• Greater security in handling an emergency eye patient• More adequate referrals and better communication with the right terminology with eye contactAdditional details will be posted as soon as information is available.