This episode is from the Special Series: “The Congress that wasn’t”. In 2020 the college decided to postpone the Annual Congress due to the COVID19 pandemic. This series includes talks from speakers that were due to present at the 2020 Congress.
In this episode we bring you interviews from what would have been the ‘Everything you wanted to ask about keratoconus but were too afraid to ask’ at College Congress.
We speak with Ankur Barua who would have chaired the session, ‘Everything you wanted to ask about keratoconus but were too afraid to ask’.
Andrew Swampillai spoke about his paper, ‘Confidence of UK ophthalmic trainees in managing posterior capsular rupture: results from a national Trainee Clinical Research Network survey’. Rachel Healy spoke about her paper, ‘Ten-year outcomes in neovascular age-related macular degeneration, treated with anti-VEGF’.
Interviews with the other speakers from this symposium are featured in the next episode of Eye to Eye. We spoke briefly with Damian Lake, Trusit Dave and Sunil Shah, three abstract holders, about their work.