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Seminar Review: Can I drive doc? Driving standards in practice

Sep 26
2017

This was a one day course organised and chaired by Mr Ian Pearce and Mr Bill Newman (via Skype). The morning session covered current visual standards for driving including exceptions. We also learned about the DVLA panel and appeal process Each lecture was very comprehensive and knowledge gained will be very useful in clinical practice.

  • 26 September 2017

Women in Medicine a Celebration at RCP London

Sep 05
2017

A free exhibition of new photographic portraits honouring contemporary and historical women in medicine, ‘Women in medicine: a celebration’, showcases a specially commissioned series of photographic portraits of some of today’s leading female clinicians who are pictured with women in medicine who have inspired them. The exhibition is the result of a project, coordinated by the Royal

  • 5 September 2017

Seminar review: Skills in Imaging, Diagnosis and Management of Retinal Diseases

Aug 29
2017

Read the below seminar review written by Ambreen Kalhoro of Moorfields Eye Hospital for the RCOphth course which took place on 6&7 July 2017, “Skills in Imaging, Diagnosis and Management of Retinal Diseases” I recently attended the RCO course on ‘Skills in Imaging, Diagnosis and Management of Retinal Diseases – 6&7 July 2017’. I can

  • 29 August 2017

NIHR Report from RCOphth Congress 2017: Ten years of ophthalmology research delivery in the NHS: successes, challenges and future aspirations

Aug 09
2017

Dr Jonathan Sheffield OBE, CEO of the Clinical Research Network NIHR (National Institute for Health Research) opened a symposium dedicated to the first ten years of the NIHR and the contribution of Ophthalmology. He outlined the objectives of the NIHR and the successes in making clinical research in the UK more efficient, more transparent and more

  • 9 August 2017

Cutting Edge Science and Art Merge in New Interactive Sight Exhibition

Aug 09
2017

Dr Mariya Moosajee, Clinician-Scientist and Consultant Ophthalmologist, will lead visitors on a sensory exploration into the science of the eye in her new exhibition ‘Science of Sight’ at the Science Museum, London. A keen advocate that art can be for everyone, she will include tactile, scent and sound pieces from the BlindArt Collection at Moorfields

  • 9 August 2017