After 2 years of running revised patientless exams due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the College has now been granted GMC approval to implement a new hybrid format for both exams starting from this coming November.
The SAS as educators paper, approved at the last Academy Council meeting, has now been published on our website.
In this episode, we speak with Sohaib Rufai, an NIHR Doctoral Fellow and Academic Ophthalmology Registrar, about his work in Leicester and Great Ormond Street Hospital using handheld OCT in children with rare diseases.
The Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth) has chosen Trinidad and Tobago as an exam location for the 2022 RCOphth Refraction Certificate and 2022 Part 2 of the Fellow RCOphth Oral examinations.
The Royal College of Ophthalmologists’ Examinations department is delighted to announce the first-ever winner of the Dr Sadhu Ram Gupta MBE Award for International (non-UK) Examination Candidates.
This new scheme offers junior ophthalmology doctors from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds the opportunity to effect positive change by being a mentor.
Are you an experienced consultant? What do you now wish you had known when you first qualified? We’d like to hear your ‘Top tips’. We’re asking experienced consultants to share one piece of advice with new consultants as we open bookings for our training course for new consultants.
In this episode we speak with Venki Sundaram, a Consultant Ophthalmologist working at the Luton & Dunstable University Hospital. We talk about the journey he took in creating and curating the well known textbook 'Training in Ophthalmology' as well as tips and suggestions for those who might want to write their own book in the future.
Do you want to contribute to the new RCOphth Learning Management System (LMS), providing high quality structured learning pathways and coordinated educational programmes to support life-long clinical learning and professional development in a digital ‘one-stop shop’ environment?
In this episode we speak with David Lockington, one of the newly appointed simulation leads at the college and Jennifer Hind, the trainee simulation lead for the West of Scotland. We speak about their experiences of setting up their own simulation lab in Glasgow, their perceptions on the importance of simulation training and what the future might hold in the world of simulated ocular surgery.