The Elizabeth Thomas Seminar2nd Nov 2012
Chaired by Mr Winfried Amoaku
An annual seminar providing an update on recent developments in macular disease
6 CPD points will be awarded to this seminar
The Macular Disease Society is delighted to offer 35 bursaries for ophthalmic nurses to attend the annual Elizabeth Thomas Seminar. The seminar is essential for all clinical staff working with macular patients and features eminent speakers covering the latest research and treatments. The bursaries will reimburse the cost of registration, reimbursement can be claimed at the meeting, and is offered on a first come first serve basis. If you wish to claim a bursary please register below and email email@example.com to confirm you have registered a place.
Seminar fees (inclusive of 20% VAT):
Staff & Associate Specialist Doctors: £160
Ophthalmologist in Training: £135
Allied Profession: £135
The Elizabeth Thomas seminar is supported annually by the Macular Disease Society (MDS), and the MDS is this year celebrating 25 years of supporting people affected by the most common cause of sight loss in the UK.
In 1987 the Society was founded by Elizabeth Thomas after she was diagnosed with macular disease and recognised the need for more support, information, and research into finding a cure.
Today the Society has nearly 30,000 members and supporters and nearly 250 local support groups across the UK. In the last decade it has donated £1.5million to research into macular disease.
The MDS aims to build the confidence and independence of those with central vision impairment and is the only UK charity dedicated to helping people with macular disease.