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The 42nd Trends in Ophthalmology 2017
Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd February
The Royal Society, London
The Ridley Eye Foundation Medal Lecture – to be presented by Professor David O’Brart
The 2016 meeting was very well attended with over 200 delegates on both days. The evaluation, based on 133 returned surveys, shows that 93% of delegates thought the meeting overall was very good to excellent.
‘One of the best meetings in the uk that I have been attending for over ten years’.
‘As always, the course was well organized. Interesting case presentations, good discussions and lots to take back to your practice’.
‘The meeting was well organised. The location was very convenient. The cases presented were very interesting. It was a very productive two day meeting’.
VR in a Day 2017
Friday 24th March: St. Thomas’ Hospital, London
Now in its 17th year. This years faculty include many of the UKs best known VR surgeons . As the title of this successful course suggests the aim is cover the principles and practice of VR surgery in one day of accessible teaching. Talks are targeted at non VR Specialists, Ophthalmic Trainees, Aspiring VR Fellows, Optometrists and Ophthalmic Nursing Staff. Previous courses have had excellent feedback, with standards continually improved by the speakers actively competing to achieve the highest delegate ratings.
‘It does what it says on the tin, a great days teaching’ Sth. Thames Trainee
‘As a non VR Specialist I got a user friendly and clinically relevant update’ Consultant Glaucoma Specialist
‘The informal delivery by a friendly faculty made the whole thing very enjoyable’ Associate specialist
Eyehope – The Charity
The charity Eyehope was formed in 2007 by a group of leading London ophthalmologists. Our Trustees and volunteers are passionate about improving the treatment and care for eye disease.
Eyehope funds research into all causes of sight loss. Traditionally, funding for sight problems has been aimed at the commoner causes of visual impairment. We are committed to researching all conditions, no matter how rare. This will directly improve patient treatment and enhance the quality of people’s lives. Our current research projects include Cataract Surgery and Macular Degeneration.
Eyehope supports health professionals with a wide variety of training needs so they can deliver better patient care. We run national courses to optimise the knowledge and skills of those treating eye conditions.
Eyehope’s aim is to enable medical teams to give the best possible care to all patients.
Every day in the UK another
100 people start to lose their sight.
Call +44 (0) 1942 605680 for any further information