News archive for 2023
For foundation doctors and medical students with a keen interest on becoming ophthalmologists, the RCOphth Microsurgery Introduction Course stands as a gateway to introducing doctors to the intricacies of microsurgery.
Leading sight loss charity RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) turned to blind and partially sighted people to help create a new sonic identity for the charity.
In the ever-changing landscape of medicine, staying up-to-date of the latest developments is essential, especially for specialists such as ophthalmologists.
Welcome one and all to our festive Eye News Dec/Jan 2024. The arrow of time has flown through 2023, landing us at the year’s end, but not before Santa brings you this special delivery. Aside from the partying and generally...
Pupils at a South Lanarkshire school experienced the challenges voters with sight loss face when casting their ballots
The mock election, which was held at Uddingston Grammar School on Friday 24 November, was organised by RNIB Scotland, in collaboration with South Lanarkshire Council and Haggeye, RNIB Scotland's award-winning youth forum.
A cross-party group of Dunfermline Councillors tried to navigate around obstacles and clutter on the streets of Dunfermline on the morning of Friday, November 24th wearing spectacles that mimic different sight loss conditions.
The Association of Optometrists welcomes the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency’s latest plans to review how sight tests are administered but urges the implementation of fail-safe visual assessment methods.
Up to 12 CPD points on offer as SpaMedica hosts its 2023 Optometry Conference at The Bristol Pavilion on 26 November.
Road Safety Week will run from 19-25 November 2023 and Glaucoma UK, a registered charity that provides support for everyone living with glaucoma is encouraging people to keep their vision road-ready.
ABDO College has published its Annual Report for 2022, providing a pictorial overview of activities as well as detailing ABDO College's financial status.
Arriving in London on a wet Tuesday evening, I disembarked the train and began my expedition through the torrential rain, my drenched suit bag in one hand and my precious poster packaged and clutched to my chest in the other.