DoubleTree by Hilton Cambridge City Centre
Granta Place | Mill Lane | Cambridge | CB2 1RT
1330 -1400 Arrival, Registration & Refreshments
1400-1515 AGM (BIOS & BOSTU)
1515 -1530 Tea/coffee break
1530 - 1700 Clinical Programme - IOA Rotterdam Conference Reprise from UK&I speakers
1700 - 1715 Break
1715 - 1900 BIOS Awards Ceremony followed by drinks and canape reception
We are delighted to announce that the BIOS 2016 Award Winners are as follows and the majority will be there to receive their well-deserved recognition in person.
Minutes from AGM 2015 AGM 2015 Minutes VFINAL.pdf
BIOS Accounts 2015 BIOS 2015 accounts_FINAL.pdf
BOSTU Accounts 2015 BOSTU Accounts 2015_FINAL.rtf
Tuesday 20th September 2016
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
09.00 - 09.30 Registration / Refreshments
09.30 - 10.15 Dr Alex Leff, ‘Read-Write and Eye Search therapy for stroke survivors.’
10.15 - 11.00 Dr Graham Jensch ‘Psychological Factors in assessment and rehab for stroke patients.'
11.00 - 11.20 Coffee break
11.20 – 11.50 Liz Tomlin – Neuro-orthoptic Investigation
11.50 – 12.20 Rowena McNamara, a joint approach to visual rehab with OT
12.20 – 13.30 Lunch and networking
13.30 – 14.00 RCP Guideline Update (Dr Fiona Rowe)
14.00 – 15.00 Workshops – two parallel workshops will take place.
15.00 – 15.45 Sharing of patient stories & Local Stroke Association Representative
The price includes refreshments and lunch on the day, but EXCLUDES overnight accommodation or travel costs. Cancellations maybe made up to two weeks before the event, if you discover that you cannot attend after that time, you may send another similar delegate in your place.
Please indicate any dietary or access requirements.
Friday 23rd September 2016
BOSTU REPS -
(NEW AND EXISTING)
PLUS HEADS OF DEPARTMENT
23rd September 2016
The day is appropriate for new reps, those who may have undertaken the e-learning exercises in previous years and also for experienced reps to update their knowledge.
9.30 Arrive and coffee
9.45 Welcome and Introductions. Why Reps AND Heads?
10.00 BIOS update
10.20 Role of the rep-what members should expect and what support the rep needs
10.40 Facilities agreements and general discussion on policy revisions (please bring Facilities agreement document with you)
11.15 Case examples and outcome discussions
12.30 - 1.15 Lunch
1.15 - 2.00 Outline of NHS 5 year forward plan and service delivery
2.00 - 3.30 Employment scenario and group participation
3.30 - 4.00 Feedback and discussion
4.00- 4.15 Future training needs
Please book as soon as possible to ensure a place and to enable us to tailor the course to your requirements.
BIOS Manager’s Forum -
Leads of Orthoptic Service UK & Ireland (LOOP)
7th October 2016
Crowne Plaza, Reading
Open to heads, managers, leads and deputies
Leadership and Current Issues in Healthcare
Who should attend? Heads, Managers, Leads and Deputy Heads in Orthoptic Departments in UK & I
Why should they attend? To assist with their knowledge of leadership, changing systems of healthcare provision, commissioners and receive an update on orthoptic services regionally and nationally.
Location Overlooking the River Thames, this contemporary hotel in a redbrick building is a 13-minute walk from Reading railway station, 2.3 miles from the University of Reading.
Cost (including lunch and refreshments) £60 members & £120 non-members (payable by card online);
Please indicate any dietary requirements or access issues when registering.
The price includes refreshments and lunch on the day, but EXCLUDES overnight accommodation or travel costs. Cancellations maybe made up to two weeks before the event; if you discover that you cannot attend after that time, you may send another similar delegate in your place.
Enquiries and any agenda items to Anita McCallum: email@example.com
10th October 2016
The course is designed for Orthoptists who are keen to participate in the tuition of undergraduate Orthoptists. The course is open to anyone wishing to become a Clinical Tutor.
The course is being held at the Holiday Inn, Hull Marina. Delegates are responsible for booking and getting funding for their own overnight accommodation should they need it either at this hotel http://www.hihullmarinahotel.co.uk/, or cheaper ones nearby, like the Premier Inn http://www.premierinn.com/en/hotel/HULBAR/hull-city-centre or the Ibis http://www.ibis.com/gb/hotel-3479-ibis-hull/index.shtml
Session 2 Teaching Methods and Resources
Session 3 Student Assessment
Session 4 Supervision feedback and assessment
Session 5 Managing the less able student
The course is held over two days. Lunch, tea and coffee will be provided as part of the course package on both days.
Course Tutors Alex Lindstrom & Aftab Maqsud
£230.00 BIOS Members;
£350.00 non BIOS-members (Fees must be paid in advance of attendance).
Delegates cancelling may:
BIOS Midlands & East Region
Autumn Clinical Meeting
9.30am – 5.00pm
09.30-10.00 Registration +Coffee / Tea
16.45 Meeting closes
Oganiser: Julie Clarke
BIOS Scottish Network
11th November 2016
930am – 5.00pm
Oganiser: Laura McCartney mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday 16th November 2016 Freeman Hospital, Newcastle
Clinical Tutors Course
30/31 March 2017, Leeds
Course Tutors Danielle Guy & Laura Tuff
Directions to the venue:
The Museum is next to St. James's Hospital, 2 miles to the North East of the city centre.
By Bus - Frequent bus services run from Leeds city centre. Numbers 16, 42, 49, 50, 50A, 61 all stop outside the Museum.
By Car - From M621 follow signs for York (A64) then follow the brown tourist signs. From the North, take the A58 towards the city, and then follow the brown tourist signs.
Wednesday 3rd May 2017
Pinderfields General Hospital, Aberford Rd, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF1 4DG
Salisbury House · Station Road
Cambridge · CB1 2LA
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