Events & College Meetings
Training the Trainers 10/09/2013 Day 1 - What to teach and How to teach – This day covers adult learning theory, running a teaching session and tips for lectures. Suitable for: Consultants and trainees at any level including foundation doctors.
43d CAMBRIDGE OPHTHALMOLOGICAL SYMPOSIUM 11/09/2013 Refractive Error Chairman: Professor Brien Holden The Cambridge Ophthalmological Symposium is unique among ophthalmological gatherings. It is a two day residential meeting which brings together basic scientists and clinicians to discuss a well defined topic in detail under the chairmanship of one of the leaders in that field
New Frontiers in the Management of Glaucoma 16/09/2013 Efficient and effective glaucoma management remains a major challenge in ophthalmology, but recent advances in our understanding of the disease are suggesting exciting new diagnostic and therapeutic approaches. From new imaging technologies to new types of surgery, from the latest genetic insights to a new take on the humble visual field, join us for a seminar where we will explore these new frontiers.
Frontline Neuro-Ophthalmology 18/09/2013 This seminar is aimed at all grades of Ophthalmologists and Neurologists who wish to improve their knowledge and diagnostic skills in Neuro-Ophthalmology. The day will provide interactive case discussions, key point lectures on the approach to the afferent and efferent systems and how to identify the urgent from the routine. As choice of neuro-imaging is often key to guiding management two sessions will be dedicated to cases illustrating Neuro-Radiology.
Microsurgical Skills Course September 2013 18/09/2013 08:30 Microsurgical Skills courses are run at the College and entail a mixture of lectures and practical skills sessions. They cover the basic concepts of instrument design and handling, sutures, suturing and knots, wound construction and closure and the use of the operating microscope. The courses are...
Management of Incomitant Strabismus 23/09/2013 This will be the first ever hands on surgical workshop for incomitant strabismus and is aimed at ST3-ST7 trainees, ocular motility Fellows or Consultants.