ANNUAL CONGRESS 2011 24/05/2011 The UK's largest ophthalmic conference & exhibition
Admissions Ceremony 09/09/2011 The Royal College of Ophthalmologists is holding an Admission Ceremony for new Honorary Fellows, Fellows, Members, Diplomates and those who have passed the Fellowship Assessment on the afternoon of Friday 9 September 2011. The President of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists will present the diplomas.
DRCOphth (Diploma) Examination 12/09/2011 The Royal College of Ophthalmologists administers an examination leading to the award of the Diploma in Ophthalmology (DRCOphth). The examination is currently held once a year in September.
Certificate in Laser Refractive Surgery 10/10/2011 The Royal College of Ophthalmologists has introduced an assessment in laser refractive surgery (commonly referred to as laser eye surgery) which leads to a certificate of competence to practise, subject to satisfactory yearly appraisals and continuing professional development.
Medico-legal Seminar 13/10/2011 This seminar will provide information from lawyers and defence union representatives on understanding and managing legal issues encountered by ophthalmologists.
Second SAS National Eye Day 21/10/2011 Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis and are strictly limited. Application is online only at the link below. Please note that if you have not used the Events online booking system before you will be required to register before a booking can be made.
Part 2 FRCOphth Examination 07/11/2011 This examination is open to candidates who have passed the Part 1 FRCOphth and the Refraction Certificate. The examination is held twice yearly in February/April and September/November. Candidates are required to pass this examination by the end of year seven of ophthalmic specialist training.
Revalidation in Ophthalmology 15/11/2011 **FULLY BOOKED**
Elizabeth Thomas Seminar 18/11/2011 This annual seminar provides an update on recent developments in macular disease. The day will highlight the latest information on new & emerging treatments, including diabetic macular oedema and retinal vein occlusion. There will also be a trade exhibition running alongside the seminar and update from the Macular Disease Society.
Practical Refraction Examination 28/11/2011 No previous experience in ophthalmology is necessary for candidates to sit the Refraction Certificate but candidates are unlikely to pass this assessment if they have not undertaken a large number of clinical refractions in the clinical settings of either the hospital workplace or in optometric establishments.