48th Trends in Ophthalmology 2023

Trends in Ophthalmology 2023 was back to being an in-person event and was held at the Royal Society of Medicine for the first time. It was a very enjoyable meeting, with lots of up to date knowledge shared by the speakers. It was particularly wonderful to be see familiar faces and meet face to face again with the organisers, speakers, delegates and industry sponsors, all of whom contributed to making the meeting so successful.

The Kitty Heatley medal was awarded to Mr Paul Nderitu who gave wonderful talk on his current research on the use of deep learning models for diabetic retinopathy referrals.

The ‘Sir Harold Ridley Lecture’ was given on the 2nd day of the meeting by Professor Sheng Lim who gave an inspiring talk on his personal and career journey in Ophthalmology, sharing his ‘desert island discs’ at each time period.

A pre-dinner drinks reception was held in the ENT Room in the evening on Thursday 2 March, in this lovely wood-panelled event space with small but a fascinating display of ENT medical equipment.

The Speakers Dinner followed in the beautiful Atrium from 7.00 pm onwards.

We are grateful as always to our Industry partners for supporting this event:  Alimera, Altomed, Bausch & Lomb, Carl Zeiss, Core Surgical Limited, Haag-Streit UK, HEINE Optotechnik, Instinctive, Nordic Pharma, Santen, Scope Eyecare, Surgitrac and Thea Pharmaceuticals.

See programme & venue map below for more details about this event.

Please email Maria Bell at Eyehope if you have any questions about this meeting

If you attended this year’s Trends meeting we would really appreciate your feedback.

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