We spoke to Dr Andrew Tatham, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, about his experience at this year’s Scottish Glaucoma Club symposium in Edinburgh. Andrew also discussed his podcast with European Glaucoma Society, which you can find here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3KABi99o8kmUJybRQKk4K3
We heard from Dr Swetha Maddula Batambuze, SAS Chair RCOphth, and the rest of the RCOphth subcommittee about their Invisible Ophthalmologist talk yesterday, and their plans for the SAS Forum in November.
Eye News is delighted to introduce David Lockington as our new co-editor. Hear from David as he talks about his excitement for the role, and pays tribute to his predecessor Tariq Aslam.
We spoke to Professor Harminder Dua about his highlights from the first day of the RCOphth Annual Congress 2022, and he discussed his excitement for the Oxford Ophthalmological Congress taking place 4-6 July.
Eye News spoke to the Ophthalmological Society of Malawi about their plans for their Congress in September, what they have learned at the RCOphth, and the impact of the Vision2020 LINKS programme.
We spoke to Dr Hazel Shillingford-Ricketts about the work of Vision 2020 LINKS and treatments in diabetic retinopathy.
Melanie Corbett and Sinead Connolly talk us through the Inspire programme, and call for contributions.
Eye News spoke to Niven Smith about Glaukos, exciting products and developments, and how they plan to innovate.
We spoke to Denize Atan, co-president of the UK Eye Genetics Group, about their upcoming meeting in June, and her recent session entitled ‘Neuro-ophthalmology Nightmares’.
We spoke to Professor Bernie Chang, President of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, about his highlights so far, the curriculum update being delivered tomorrow, and the innovations required to run the Congress this year.
Eye News speak to Andrena McElvanney about her symposium at the RCOphth Congress, and her work with MCLOSA.