For the first time since 2019, the College are looking forward to welcoming delegates to an in-person Annual Congress in May 2022. However, we have learnt a great deal over the past two years and 2022 will also mark the College’s first hybrid conference.
All of the sessions are available live and in-person and will also be live streamed simultaneously to virtual delegates. All delegates, whether in-person or remote will be able to ask questions and take part in polls and discussions. Following the success of our virtual 2021 Congress, all content will be available on demand for three months after the meeting. This will enable delegates to catch up on parallel sessions they may have missed or to hear a talk again. Over the four days of the conference there will be over 86 hours of fascinating ophthalmic content covering every subspecialty and featuring new innovations, research and case studies to learn from.
Session chairs are very excited to be coming back to Glasgow and there are a broad range of topics being explored, including the collaborative orbit, corneal infections, neuro-ophthalmology “nightmares”, ocular ultrasound, dry eye disease, medical retina, uveitis, paediatric ophthalmology, cataract surgery and much more. The programme also features dedicated sessions for SAS doctors and trainees and the return of in-person ‘Training the trainers’. Registration opened on 1 February 2022 and full details of the programme can be found on the website.