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Hear from the RCOphth Subcommittee

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 Symposium 2020

Eye News Co-editor and Chair, Professor Baljean Dhillon from the University of Edinburgh, explains the 'AI and New Technology in Ophthalmology Eye News Symposium and Workshop' on Monday 20 January 2020 - Glasgow Hilton, UK is a 'must-attend' event. For...

In conversation with Donald Montgomery

  Donald Montgomery, 2019 Chair of the UK and Eire Glaucoma Society (UKEGS), shares the highlights of his meeting in Glasgow and reveals next year’s location. Click the image below to see his answers to our questions.

Daybreak Medical Ltd: Advanced Practical Ultrasound Course in Ophthalmology

Chair: Mr Tarek El-Khashab, FRCS, DO, MBA, MScMr El-Khashab is an Ophthalmologist and has been Lead for Ophthalmic Ultrasound Services at Mid-Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust since 1998. Over the last 8 years, he has been a regularly invited guest...

OSA Sustainability Committee holds first meeting

The OSA Sustainability Committee held its first meeting on Friday 23 July. The aim of the committee is to provide information, support and advice to OSA members who want to demonstrate their commitment to behaving in a more environmentally sensitive and more sustainable way.

Trabecular Bypass Surgery Course for New Surgeons (Glaukos)

This online course is aimed at ophthalmic surgeons who are considering introducing a trabecular bypass service to their Trust or are interested in learning more about the technique and technology that has become so widely adopted in the surgical treatment of primary open angle glaucoma.

In the eye of the beholder!

Humans grow up with a vibrant sense of knowledge from the colours, shapes, and sizes we are in contact with from all around us. These come together to form some wonderful objects and designs. We are in awe of nature...

VisionSpring provides the first-ever vision screening for monks in the Dalai Lama’s community

681 members of the Dalai Lama’s community were screened by VisionSpring to assess whether they needed eyeglasses.

College of Optometrists urges public to wear their glasses for night driving

As the clocks go back into Greenwich Mean Time, and the nights draw in, experts at The College of Optometrists are urging those drivers who have been advised to wear glasses while driving, to don their spectacles before getting behind the wheel.

Who will benefit from cataract surgery?

The need for cataract surgery is expected to rise dramatically in the future due to the increasing proportion of elderly citizens and increasing demands for optimum visual function. The aim of this study was to provide an evidence-based recommendation for...