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Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course - 4 November 202104/11/202104/11/2021LondonThis course is designed to serve as an introduction to ophthalmic surgery and will offer an opportunity for trainees to learn some of the core skills that form the building blocks of ophthalmic surgery. The focus will be on hands-on practical experience with only short introductions to each topic and at least 5 hours of simulated surgery using the latest model eyes. The course is open to Foundation Doctors, Medical students, Overseas Doctors, in fact anyone who is considering a career in ophthalmology.RegisterIOS041121
Modern approach in Vitreoretinal surgery - 4 November 202104/11/202104/11/2021Via ZoomThis course is ideal for optometrists, nurses, fellows and surgeons who are looking to update their knowledge on common aspects of Vitreoretinal surgery. We will discuss the major issues in the management of the macula in RRD repair, macular hole surgery, timing of vitrectomy in diabetic tractional retinal detachment, trauma, uveitis and complications of cataract surgery. This course aims to provide insights to the frequent questions that arise in daily clinical practice. Chaired by Tom Williamson and Anna Grabowska. The course will  take place via Zoom from 10.00 - 14.15.RegisterVITRET21
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course - 5 November 202105/11/202105/11/2021LondonThis course is designed to serve as an introduction to ophthalmic surgery and will offer an opportunity for trainees to learn some of the core skills that form the building blocks of ophthalmic surgery. The focus will be on hands-on practical experience with only short introductions to each topic and at least 5 hours of simulated surgery using the latest model eyes. The course is open to Foundation Doctors, Medical students, Overseas Doctors, in fact anyone who is considering a career in ophthalmology.RegisterIOS051121
Training the Trainers for Supervisors - 5 November 202105/11/202105/11/2021Zoom"The Trainee in Difficulty"  This course will help Trainers develop skills to manage trainees in or heading for difficulty.  It will show how existing tools can be adapted to help, and give practice in the use of appropriate conversation techniques to achieve positive outcomes for training. It is suitable for doctors of ST7 and above, but especially those in training roles (eg:  Clinical and Educational Supervisors, College Tutors, TPDs, RAs HoSs). The course uses a blend of independent preparatory learning with intensively-facilitated practical sessions on the day.  Pre-recorded lectures and preparatory work (taking about 3 hours) must be completed beforehand to support the small-group work.RegisterTTT211105
EyeSi Sessions - 10 November 202110/11/202110/11/2021LondonThe EyeSi Simulator is available for use between 9.00 and 16.00, on listed days only, split between AM and PM sessions. Please note that you will need to have received training in how to use the simulator, or be supervised by somebody that has - College staff are not able to provide supervision. If you are not comfortable using the simulator on your own, please bring a supervisor with you.RegisterEYSI101121
New Consultants Course - 15 and 16 November 202115/11/202116/11/2021ZoomThe College is pleased to announce the programme for the 2021 New Consultants Course. As in previous years the course will be chaired by Anna Maino, Consultant at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, and RCOphth New Consultants Lead. The College is aware of the gap between knowledge acquired during training and the daily demands on consultants and this course is aimed to address this. The course will ease the transition to your new role and it will provide you with a number of skills, which you will use on a daily basis. Due to the ongoing Covid 19 situation, this year’s course will again be delivered remotely and will consist of 4 modules, delivered over 2 days. Topics covered include how to deal with complaints, job planning, how to write a business case, leadership and resilience. There will also be sessions on how to set up a private practice, pension issues and a final Q and A session. This year’s course will take place REMOTELY on Monday 15 and Tuesday 16 November 2021.RegisterNC2021
SAS 12th National Eye Meeting - 19 November 202119/11/202119/11/2021LondonThis one day seminar organised by SAS committee includes various common topics which we come across in day to day clinical practice. Equally useful for general Ophthalmologists and trainees.RegisterSAS21
Cataract Surgery Complications - 23 November 202123/11/202123/11/2021LondonThis course will focus on the practical management of posterior capsule rupture and zonular dialysis. This will be a “hands on” course with the emphasis on practicing anterior vitrectomy techniques, the use of capsular tension rings, capsule hooks and sulcus IOL implantation. There will also be interactive small group teaching on how to prevent surgical complications during phacoemulsification surgery.RegisterCSCNOV2021
EyeSi Sessions - 24 November 202124/11/202124/11/2021LondonThe EyeSi Simulator is available for use between 9.00 and 16.00, on listed days only, split between AM and PM sessions. Please note that you will need to have received training in how to use the simulator, or be supervised by somebody that has - College staff are not able to provide supervision. If you are not comfortable using the simulator on your own, please bring a supervisor with you.RegisterEYSI241121
Ultrasound Seminar - 24 November 202124/11/202124/11/2021LondonThis one day course, introduces the basic training in ophthalmic ultrasound. The course provides opportunity to conduct “hand-on-hand” supervised scanning on volunteers. It is suitable for all grades of ophthalmologists and allied professions. The faculties on the course are: Mr Hatem Atta, Mr Tarek El Kashab and Dr Peter Good.RegisterULTS241121
CESR Training Day25/11/202125/11/2021ZoomThis session would be beneficial for anyone thinking of or in the process of applying for Specialist Registration via the CESR route including what is CESR and who is eligible to apply?RegisterCESR25112
EyeSi Sessions - 2 December 202102/12/202102/12/2021LondonThe EyeSi Simulator is available for use between 9.00 and 16.00, on listed days only, split between AM and PM sessions. Please note that you will need to have received training in how to use the simulator, or be supervised by somebody that has - College staff are not able to provide supervision. If you are not comfortable using the simulator on your own, please bring a supervisor with you.RegisterEYSI021221
Oculoplastics Curriculum Based Course - 2 & 3 December 202102/12/202103/12/2021LondonA two day interactive course combining lectures and practical work. This is a curriculum based course focusing on the needs of trainees. The aim is to develop the principles of oculoplastic surgery from which to build upon in your clinical practice. A number of novel models are used to support the teaching. Pigs heads are utilised to practice some of the procedures. The facilitators will not sign off portfolio competencies.RegisterOCUL231221
EyeSi Sessions - 3 December 202103/12/202103/12/2021LondonThe EyeSi Simulator is available for use between 9.00 and 16.00, on listed days only, split between AM and PM sessions. Please note that you will need to have received training in how to use the simulator, or be supervised by somebody that has - College staff are not able to provide supervision. If you are not comfortable using the simulator on your own, please bring a supervisor with you.RegisterEYSI031221
Primary Care Ophthalmology - 3 December 202103/12/202103/12/2021LondonThis session chaired by Miss Stella Hornby & Miss Rajni Jain will cover topics relevant for continuing professional development for general ophthalmologists, GPs with a special interest in ophthalmology and Optometrists with an extended role. There will be a mixture of relevant CPD on clinical practical ophthalmology as well as on elective transformation of patient pathways. Clinical topics this year will include updates watery eyes, the vitreoretinal interface, and how to diagnose optic neuritis.  We will also cover the NHS Transformation Project for Ophthalmology, use of artificial intelligence in cataract follow ups & prioritisation. We will round the day off with a series of interesting cases - the ever popular ‘Hornby’s Odd Ball Eye Cases’. The style will be friendly and interactive and would be relevant to any doctor (trainee or not) and/ or optometrist who sees general ophthalmology patients in a community or hospital setting and delegates will be encouraged to join in the discussion with questions or comments from their own experience. There is good opportunity for networking in the coffee and lunch breaks. This seminar will be held live. If government rules change, it will be converted to online.RegisterPRIMCARE21
EyeSi Sessions - 6 December 202106/12/202106/12/2021LondonThe EyeSi Simulator is available for use between 9.00 and 16.00, on listed days only, split between AM and PM sessions. Please note that you will need to have received training in how to use the simulator, or be supervised by somebody that has - College staff are not able to provide supervision. If you are not comfortable using the simulator on your own, please bring a supervisor with you.RegisterEYSI061221
EyeSi Sessions - 8 December 202108/12/202108/12/2021LondonThe EyeSi Simulator is available for use between 9.00 and 16.00, on listed days only, split between AM and PM sessions. Please note that you will need to have received training in how to use the simulator, or be supervised by somebody that has - College staff are not able to provide supervision. If you are not comfortable using the simulator on your own, please bring a supervisor with you.RegisterEYSI081221
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course - 20 January 202220/01/202220/01/2022LondonThis course is designed to serve as an introduction to ophthalmic surgery and will offer an opportunity for trainees to learn some of the core skills that form the building blocks of ophthalmic surgery. The focus will be on hands-on practical experience with only short introductions to each topic and at least 5 hours of simulated surgery using the latest model eyes. The course is open to Foundation Doctors, Medical students, Overseas Doctors, in fact anyone who is considering a career in ophthalmology.RegisterIOS202122
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course - 21 January 202221/01/202221/01/2022LondonThis course is designed to serve as an introduction to ophthalmic surgery and will offer an opportunity for trainees to learn some of the core skills that form the building blocks of ophthalmic surgery. The focus will be on hands-on practical experience with only short introductions to each topic and at least 5 hours of simulated surgery using the latest model eyes. The course is open to Foundation Doctors, Medical students, Overseas Doctors, in fact anyone who is considering a career in ophthalmology.RegisterIOS210122
All you need to know about refractive surgery - 9 March 202209/03/202209/03/2022London RegisterREF21
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