News archive for 2019
The Singapore National Eye Centre is inviting applications for the following clinical fellowships
Dr Matias Iglicki, from the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina, has been selected as the second recipient of the International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO)-Allergan Fellowship Award, by a panel of leading experts.
The University of Edinburgh has opened applications for scholarships to its two online courses, the MSc in Primary Care Ophthalmology and the ChM in Clinical Ophthalmology.
Outcomes at 100 weeks from the LEAVO study of intravitreal anti-VEGF therapies for macular oedema secondary to central retinal vein occlusion
Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress 2019, Glasgow - First presented and discussed on Monday 20 May 2019, with a further presentation of results during Retina Subspecialty Day on Thursday 23 May 2019. Among patients with macular oedema secondary to...
Our new front cover themes over the next six issues feature the stunning photographic artwork by Steve Thomson from Haag-Streit Diagnostics. Steve has kindly donated the original prints to be auctioned to raise funds for leading charity Fight for Sight...
The Oxford Ophthalmological Congress CIO (the OOC): Invitation to Tender for Conference Organisation & Event Management Services
The Oxford Ophthalmological Congress CIO (the OOC)Charity no. 1181776Invitation to Tender for Conference Organisation & Event Management Services The Oxford Ophthalmological Congress is an historic meeting, in its 103rd year, and the second largest ophthalmological meeting held in the UK....
Recipients of the 2018/19 Ophthalmology Honours by Bayer were recognised during a presentation held at BMA House, London.
There are now three ophthalmic medical documentaries to dip into on to Royal College of Ophthalmologists website.
Patients with low vision are benefitting from an initiative developed by Visualise Training and Consultancy and funded by Thomas Pocklington Trust. Seeing Beyond the Eyes has released its impact report which highlights a huge increase in the number of optical professionals who will now refer patients with low vision to vital support services – up from only 9% to an impressive 96%.