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Paediatric Ophthalmology Webinar – January 2021


Paediatric Ophthalmology Webinar - January 2021 Allergic eye disease in children - Melanie Hingorani, Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist JIA screening service at North Devon District Hospital - Susan Thorne, Deputy Head / Advanced Orthoptist Assessment of the swollen optic nerve - Naz Raoof, Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist

Paediatric Ophthalmology Webinar – January 20212021-01-22T10:25:57+00:00

CAHPR National Review launched


CAHPR would like to hear your views on what is needed from an AHP research support network It is an opportunity for you to have your say in what you would like from a research support network. Please find the link below to access this very brief questionnaire that takes about 10 minutes to complete. This is a very difficult time for clinicians but your views are very important to inform future progress. In future, CAHPR would like to have a greater reach and support more AHPs. CAHPR’S future plans will be shaped by the feedback from the results of this [...]

CAHPR National Review launched2021-01-15T12:11:11+00:00

11 Mar – Hot topics in cornea and ocular surface disease – RSM webinar


Date: Thursday 11 March 2021 Time: 6:00pm to 8:30pm GMT Price: This webinar is FREE for RSM members and ALL students and trainees. Join us on this webinar to explore international new concepts in cornea and ocular surface disease and how these can be widely applied to patients across eye departments. We will hear from expert internationally renowned speakers who have trained in the UK and developed their experience abroad. They will discuss topics in cornea and ocular surface disease that are evidence-based for specific diseases, but are also widely applicable to a variety of conditions. Key speakers include: Dr [...]

11 Mar – Hot topics in cornea and ocular surface disease – RSM webinar2021-01-14T10:11:40+00:00

11 Feb – The effect of COVID-19 on global ophthalmology – RSM


Date: Thursday 11 February 2021 Time: 6:00pm to 7:20pm GMT Price: This webinar is FREE for RSM members and ALL students and trainees. 20 x bursary places are available for eye healthcare professionals from LMIC countries. Please email ophthalmology@rsm.ac.uk with your hospital or workplace ID. This unique webinar takes a global perspective on the impact of COVID-19 on blindness, eye care services, and training. Specialists will illustrate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on global ophthalmology and present the impact on ophthalmology services which will be followed by a panel discussion with experts in international eye health. Key speakers include: Mr Will Dean- Consultant [...]

11 Feb – The effect of COVID-19 on global ophthalmology – RSM2021-01-14T09:48:06+00:00

Future Leaders Programme


Leadership development for professional association leaders is rare. The Future Leaders Course, run by the British Dietetic Association (BDA), is at the forefront of developing participants with a unique programme, developed by us and approved by the Institute for Leadership and Management. This programme will help develop you so that you are better prepared to take on leadership roles within BIOS, as well as improving your skills and competencies. This is invaluable for anyone interested in personal development and seeking leadership roles in any sector. Are you interested in being more involved in BIOS? Have you thought about what it [...]

Future Leaders Programme2021-01-07T14:30:06+00:00

27 & 28 May – NMAHP Education Virtual Conference 2021 – NHS Education for Scotland


Save the dates! NHS Education for Scotland is pleased to announce its 3rd National NMAHP Education Conference will take place virtually over two days. The conference offers a unique opportunity to bring together nurses, midwives, allied health professionals, healthcare chaplains, support workers, educationalists, strategic leaders and others with an interest in workforce development and education. More details here.

27 & 28 May – NMAHP Education Virtual Conference 2021 – NHS Education for Scotland2021-01-07T11:27:31+00:00

Glaucoma Study Session – December 2020


Glaucoma Study Session - December 2020 Surgical Management of Glaucoma - Vik Sharma, Consultant Ophthalmologist Medical Treatments for Primary Open Angle Glaucoma - Elizabeth Kime, Specialist Optometrist “SLT for all?!" - Gus Guzzard, Consultant Ophthalmologist

Glaucoma Study Session – December 20202020-12-18T14:51:53+00:00

UCL and Moorfields Launch UK’s First Pre-Registration Orthoptics MSc


UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields Eye Hospital are launching the UK's first ever pre-registration Orthoptics MSc in a virtual event on 12 January 2021. The two-year pre-registration course, taking in its first cohort in September 2021, will provide an alternative, accelerated route into Orthoptics for graduates in relevant subjects.  The course will support increased recruitment into the profession, particularly from the South of England, a shortage region, and from mature students. The official launch is being held virtually, via Zoom, on 12 January 2021, 6-7pm. You can register now here. Course Details The programme provides an accelerated, [...]

UCL and Moorfields Launch UK’s First Pre-Registration Orthoptics MSc2021-01-04T14:40:18+00:00

SEN Virtual Clinical day


SEN Virtual Clinical Day Pre-event Presentations: What's My ViBe? Visual Behaviours in autistic spectrum disorder - Professor Rachel Pilling, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Bradford Teaching Hospitals Cerebral visual impairment in children - Richard Bowman, Great Ormond Street Hospital and ICEH Please email Rachel.Clarke@mft.nhs.uk or Pamela.Anketell@belfasttrust.hscni.net by 21 January with questions for Prof Rachel Pilling and Mr Richard Bowman who will be live on the day to answer questions or discuss their work.

SEN Virtual Clinical day2021-01-13T14:34:02+00:00

HCPC launches Diversity Data Survey


Today, the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) has launched its annual Diversity Data Survey, to increase its understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) among its registrants. The survey will help the HCPC create and develop strategies, policies and regulatory processes that are inclusive and fair. Jacqueline Ladds, Executive Director, Policy and External Relations comments: “We’re committed to being an inclusive and diverse regulator and ensuring that our services are accessible and free from discrimination. We’ve launched this survey so that we can get a better understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion across our professions and use it to [...]

HCPC launches Diversity Data Survey2020-12-15T13:51:33+00:00