Events & College Meetings

Non College Events
A practical clinical approach to the diagnosis and management of intraocular inflammation and infection 20/06/2014 Course Organisers: Professor Sue Lightman (UK) & Professor Peter McCluskey (Australia) Faculty: Profesor Sue Lightman (UK) Professor Peter McCluskey (Australia) Professor J P Dunn (USA) Professor Douglas Jabs (USA) Mr Hamish Towler (UK) Mr Oren Tomkins-Netzer (UK/Israel)   For an...
MREH 200 - Bicentenary Conference 2014 24/06/2014 In 2014 the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital will be 200 years old. The Meeting will present all fields of speciality expertise in MREH ophthalmology, in particular those which there is clinical or research leadership.
Global Ophthalmology 27/06/2014 The Global Ophthalmology Seminar will discuss global blindness and its prevention. The seminar will also illustrate institutional and personal links and experiences, as well as introduce some ways to be involved.
Non College Events
Nottingham Paediatric Oculoplastic Symposium 30/06/2014 This one day seminar on paediatric oculoplastics covers a spectrum of topics including congenital ptosis, craniofacial anomalies, paediatric ocular and periocular malignancies and complex socket reconstructions amongst others.
Curriculum Based Courses
Paediatric Curriculum based course 03/07/2014 Paediatric course to be run by Mr Christopher Bentley and Mr William Moore.
College Committee Meetings
Scientific Committee Meeting 10/07/2014 13:30
Non College Events
Queen Alexandra College - Sight Village 15/07/2014 An exhibition of technology, equipment and services for people with a visual impairment and for people experiencing age related sight problems
Curriculum Based Courses
Cornea Curriculum Based Course 17/07/2014 Two day Cornea course led by Prof Harminder Dua with Dalia Said and Senthil Maharajan
Glaucoma Surgery - Balancing Safety and Success 16/09/2014 In this one day seminar, the central role of augmented 'safe' trabeculectomy will be discussed, with particular reference to identifying high risk patients and how to avoid serious complications whilst ensuring a good IOP lowering effect. The role of alternative surgical approaches, in particular 'large' aqueous shunts along with non-penetrating techniques and newer micro-invasive surgical techniques will be discussed. An approach to learning and teaching glaucoma surgery will also be detailed.
Non College Events
BIPOSA Annual Conference 17/09/2014 For all details, please visit or telephone +44 (0)1642 651208

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