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OPT Training The Trainers23/04/202123/04/2021LondonThis course is suitable for Ophthalmologists, Orthoptists, Optometrists and Ophthalmic Nurses who are experienced in education and would like to implement the OPT programme in their unit or region. There is no charge but capacity is limited to 18 delegates max.RegisterOPT230421
Practice Variation and Medicolegal Issues27/04/202127/04/2021ZoomPractice Variation and Medicolegal Issues - is your practice variance negligent? We will cover the results of 18 months of practice variance survey highlighting where we vary in practice and the implications of this. The talk will feature an interactive quiz where we can compare our views and analyse the differences. We will discuss the medicolegal implications of being a practice outlier and the problems we might face from a medicolegal perspective for clinical decisions which are in the minority of views. We will discuss how we can avoid criticism of these variances.RegisterSEMPP2
Curriculum Derogations 202129/04/202129/04/2021Online via ZoomTrainees and trainers are invited to join a Zoom webinar on Thursday, 29 April 2021 to learn more about the temporary curriculum derogations and how portfolio evidence should be assessed for 2021 ARCPs.  Participants will be able to take part in a Q&A session.RegisterCD29042021
Training the Trainers Supervision30/04/202130/04/2021ZoomThis course will help teachers and trainers develop a variety of educational skills that will engage trainees and help them learn efficiently and effectively. The course is suitable for all doctors who are responsible for teaching and training ophthalmologists, Eye Care Professionals or medical students. may need to be changed for each event it is used for.RegisterTTT210430
New OST Curriculum - webinar05/05/202105/05/2021Online via ZoomTrainees and trainers are invited to join the first webinar to learn more about the proposed new OST Curriculum, which is currently under public consultation.  Participants will be able to take part in a Q&A session to comment on opportunities and/or perceived challenges.RegisterNEWOST5521
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course - 10 May 202110/05/202110/05/2021LondonThis 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.RegisterIOS100521
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course - 11 May 202111/05/202111/05/2021LondonThis 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.RegisterIOS110521
IOL Fixation Course - 14 May 202114/05/202114/05/2021LondonIOL Fixation without an intact capsular bag or adequate capsule support - a practical course which will cover a wide variety of IOL fixation techniques including iris clipped IOLs, sutured IOLs and scleral tunnel fixation. The content will be delivered using surgical videos and wet lab components.  This course is aimed mainly at consultants and very senior trainees.RegisterIOLF140521
New OST Curriculum - webinar18/05/202118/05/2021Online via ZoomTrainees and trainers are invited to join the second  webinar to learn more about the proposed new OST Curriculum, which is currently under public consultation.  Participants will be able to take part in a Q&A session to comment on opportunities and/or perceived challenges.RegisterNWOST18521
Management and Leadership in Ophthalmology04/06/202104/06/2021Via ZoomOphthalmology services are under increasing pressure and it is more important than ever for all ophthalmologists, clinical and non-clinical managers leading, or involved in developing and delivering, services to strengthen their non clinical leadership and management skills. The global Covid pandemic makes this even more urgent but, at the same time, has created new opportunities.  This is the second College Management and Leadership Seminar, suitable for a wide range of clinical and non clinical staff involved in or overseeing ophthalmology services, and also of interest to commissioners and service improvement staff. The topics are wide ranging and will be set in the context of current national developments and demands in ophthalmology provision and the wider aspects of recovery from Covid. Some of the most important day to day areas, such as job planning, dealing with failing colleagues, basics of budgets and business cases, HR issues, all set within the framework of ophthalmology, will be covered. We will also look at integration of regional and community pathways and how this fits with changes in the commissioning landscape. In addition we look at some fascinating higher level areas, including culture change, local and national transformation agendas and the move towards greater co-ordination and collaboration between professionals and different healthcare organisations. It should prove to be a valuable, practical and stimulating day and a chance to network with key multidisciplinary colleagues and leaders throughout the UK. Please note this event will be online via Zoom.RegisterSEM21MAN
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course - 17 June 202117/06/202117/06/2021LondonThis 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.RegisterIOS170621
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course - 18 June 202118/06/202118/06/2021LondonThis 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.RegisterIOS180621
Multi-disciplinary Oculoplastics – Bringing you the Best24/06/202124/06/2021LondonThis symposium is a joint-venture between the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and BOPPS.We hope to showcase updates in lacrimal, orbital and  oculoplastic surgery including reconstructive and aesthetic  elements. We will also focus on multidisciplinary collaboration which is so important within our specialty. We have speakers from our own specialty and from multidisciplinary teams contributing. The topics covered include updates on new techniques and treatments, interesting cases and promoting best practice using a multidisciplinary approach. Organised and chaired by Mr Ahmad Aziz, Miss Rajni Jain, Miss Carole Jones, Miss Vickie Lee, Mr David Verity & Mr Colin VizeRegisterOCUL
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course - 9 September 202109/09/202109/09/2021LondonThis 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.RegisterIOS090921
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery course -10 September 202110/09/202110/09/2021LondonThis 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.RegisterIOS100921
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