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The RCOphth will be running its first ever virtual conference on 20 October, with lectures and discussions on restarting services, theatre pathways, the impact on training, home testing, digital innovations and the physical effects of the virus on the eye. The conference will focus not only on how to deal with the current situation with ophthalmic services, but also what lessons can be learnt and how services may be run in the future. The content will be available until 20 January 2021 so if you can’t attend you can still  access all of the talks and discussions. The registration fee includes:

  • Access to the virtual conference platform, including 11 hours of scientific content
  • Live sessions allowing discussion and questions
  • Access to the virtual exhibition
  • Virtual lunch breaks, take part in discussion forums during breaks
  • On demand access for three months post event so if you are unable to attend live you still access all content
  • Arrange meetings with other attendees and exhibitors
  • Up to 11 CPD points
  • Bonus content in the "Content Hub"

Full details can be found on the website or email