Ophthalmic Public Health Short Course 20/02/2012 20th - 21st Feb and 28th - 30th March 2012. This five day course offers a valuable opportunity for eye health and public health professionals, clinical directors, managers working in eye health, social care and public health to better understand the links between public health, epidemiology and ophthalmic public health
Paediatric Ophthalmology in 2012: Clinical Practice and Scientific Foundations 27/02/2012 A collaboration between Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, and UCL Institute of Child Health
Scottish Uveitis Education Day 01/03/2012 09:30 9.30-10.00am Registration Tea and Coffee 10.00-10.10am Welcome and Introductions SUN update Dr Graeme Williams Consultant Ophthalmic Physician Glasgow Network Clinical Lead 10.10-10.40 Introduction to Anterior Uveitis Gillian Ogden Uveitis Nurse Specialist 10.40-11.10 Introduction to...
Birdshot Day 2012 - BUS (Birdshot Chorioretinopathy Society) 03/03/2012 For Patients and Professionals
Saturday 3rd March 2012
Saturday 3rd March 2012
Training Committee Meeting 07/03/2012 The next meeting of the Training Committee will take place on Wednesday 7th March in the Council Room of the College at 10.00am
The Annual Florence Nightingale Foundation Conference 08/03/2012 24 inspirational masterclasses, including leading innovation, measuring innovation, commissioning innovation, training & education for innovation, partnerships in innovation, research & innovation, innovation in patient/user experience, innovation in pathways of care
Education Committee Meeting 08/03/2012 09:30 The next meeting of the Education Committee will be on Thursday 8th March in the Council Room of the College at 9.30am
COUNCIL Meeting 09/03/2012 09:30 The next meeting of the Council will be held on Friday 9th March at 9.30am in the Council Room at the College.
Ophthalmology Clinical Leads Forum 16/03/2012 09:30 This introductory Forum event Chaired by Mr Richard Harrad FRCOphth, Bristol University Hospital, aims to support service delivery and the role of clinical directors and leads clinicians.
Post-keratoplasty Nightmares 19/03/2012 *FULLY BOOKED* This seminar aims to address some of the most challenging problems we face in the management of corneal transplant patients. The day will look at patients high with refractive errors, discuss intractable graft rejection, and address the unique problems of managing infection in multiply compromised eyes.