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Contributions01/05/202216/05/2023 We are keen for any participant on INSPIRE to contribute their own learning materials to the platform by submitting a lesson through the "Open Contributions" processRegisterC_CONTRIB3
Capsulorhexis Masterclass - Uday Devgan, the Cataract Coach25/05/202225/05/2022GlasgowTaking place at Annual Congress 2022,  these workshops offer the unique opportunity to receive one to one tuition from one of the world’s most influential cataract surgery trainers. Dr Devgan will give a short talk on his tips for performing the perfect capsulorhexis and this will be followed by hands on instruction in a digital-dry lab, aided by members of the Surgical Skills faculty.RegisterCONGRESS22
EyeSi Sessions - 8 June 202208/06/202208/06/2022LondonThe 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.RegisterEYSI080622
EyeSi Sessions - 16 June 202216/06/202216/06/2022LondonThe 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.RegisterEYSI160622
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course - 23 June 202223/06/202223/06/2022LondonThis 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.RegisterIOS2302222
Retinal imaging, diagnosis and therapy23/06/202223/06/2022LondonThis one day in person seminar has been developed by the chairs of the ever popular Skills in retinal imaging, Yit Yang, Pearse Keane, Heinrich Heimann & Josef Huemer. The seminar will focus on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions and interpreting imaging to arrive at a diagnosis.RegisterRETIM22
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course - 24 June 202224/06/202224/06/2022LondonThis 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.RegisterOSI2406202
EyeSi Sessions - 27 June 202227/06/202227/06/2022LondonThe 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.RegisterEYSI270622
Cornea Curriculum Course - 21-22 July 202221/07/202222/07/2022LondonSurgical skills, two-day-course on Corneal transplantation  (penetrating keratoplasty, DALK, DSEK, PDEK and DMEK), and Common Corneal procedures (Suturing, gluing, Amniotic membrane suturing corneal laceration).Wet Lab training on common corneal procedures, PKP and DALK.  Suitable for mid-career trainees and early career consultants. Overseas doctors are welcome.RegisterCORNEA0722
Inherited retinal diseases - bench, beside & beyond14/09/202214/09/2022LondonInherited Retinal Diseases are the second commonest cause of childhood blindness, and the commonest cause in working age adults (UK). They are clinically and genetically highly heterogeneous. There have been major developments in terms of underlying molecular genetics, genetic testing, disease mechanisms, retinal imaging, models of disease, avenues of intervention and assistive technology, and Phase I/II and III clinical trials. Most recently with the first FDA and EMA approved gene therapy for LCA-RPE65 - which has recently been NICE approved and successfully delivered to both adults and children in the UK. This seminar will cover the breadth of these developments with experts in the respective areas providing a distilled update.RegisterINRETSEPT
Research changes lives 4 & 5 October04/10/202205/10/2022LondonThis two day course will be held at the RCOphth premises.  Day 1 covers ‘Appraising and applying research’ and Day 2 covers ‘Getting started in clinical research’. The course combines short interactive lectures with opportunities for informal discussion with the teaching faculty and other attendees. Target audience: Ophthalmologists or other ophthalmic professionals at any career stage with little prior research experience who would like an introduction to doing, appraising, and applying research to improve clinical practice. The course would be particularly suitable for Ophthalmic Trainees to support their curriculum requirements in relation to research as well as to anyone wishing to become research active in keeping with the UK Government’s Clinical Research Vision.RegisterRCL22
Training the Trainers for Supervisors: Trainee in Difficulty10/11/202210/11/2022London"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 all doctors 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.RegisterTTT220422
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