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Simulation

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and Bausch + Lomb collaborate to ensure access to latest cutting-edge equipment for phaco surgery Five Stellaris Elite™

Collaboration between The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and Bausch + Lomb ensures access to latest cutting-edge equipment for phaco surgery Five Stellaris Elite™ vision enhancement systems installed as part of Royal College’s Surgical Skills Centre. Bausch + Lomb, a leading innovator in eye health, and The Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth) announced a multi-year collaboration

Resources and Support for Trainees

COVID-19 Advice for trainees can be found on the COVID-19 page providing guidance and advice The College is committed to support doctors throughout their career.  We hope trainees will find the range of resources and updates available in this section useful to read. We aim to provide answers to frequently asked questions about the tools

Simulation in Training

As a surgical-based specialty ophthalmology encompasses a wide range of operations and clinic-based procedures, requiring ophthalmologists to make use of micro-surgical techniques. This is often a steep learning curve for trainee ophthalmologists. Simulation training enables trainee ophthalmologists to master these skills before in vivo training. Simulation training using artificial model eyes and artificial intelligence (AI)