Professor Sathish Srinivasan - UKISCRS President Elect
Professor Sathish Srinivasan
UKISCRS President Elect
Professor Philip Bloom - UKISCRS President
Professor Philip Bloom
UKISCRS President



UKISCRS extend their sincere wishes for your safety during this time.

Firstly; UKISCRS are proud to announce that we have been granted 'Charity Incorporate Organisation (CIO)' status from the Charity Commission - registered charity number: 1191256. This has been 18-months of work and we are delighted to make this announcement.

Secondly; and with a heavy heart, we announce the cancellation of our meeting on 14th November in Birmingham. This is due to localised lockdowns and new rules on meetings and events. If we are permitted to educationally event by November - it will most likely be with a maximum of 30 people on site. As a Society we have debated waiting a little longer prior to making a decision, however, our true and main priority is to keep everyone safe - and with the second COVID-19 waive hitting - we do not feel we can safely invite you all to our meeting.

To mark the meeting, and in continuation of the UKISCRS webinars, we will be airing a very special President's Plenary Webinar on the 14th November to which we invite you to join us (faculty to be announced). We will introduce our newest council members to you: Laura Crawley, Rizwana Khan, Paul Ursell and Mario Saldanha. We will also make the formal announcement of our Charity Status along with the end of the webinar seeing Prof. Philip Bloom hand over the Presidency to Prof. Sathish Srinivasan. It will be an uplifting & educational webinar that is not to be missed.

Engagement is key to UKISCRS and we are proud to be an active and key provider of Ophthalmic education. It is our aim to continue to grow our very strong Young Ophthalmologists Programme further and we will be offering a dry lab experience in Spring 2021 in Birmingham. This will be followed by other dry lab and mentor programmes throughout the year where we share research, offer cash prizes for videos and encourage our trainees to really become a part of their national Society.

UKISCRS membership, for all grades and professions allied to ophthalmology, brings you two annual meetings with a National and International network. Engagement, interaction and innovation are part of UKISCRS' beating heart. If you are not a member* - or would like to find out more, just get in touch!

*Remember when you are a member of UKISCRS you are also a member of ESCRS who run educational grants, fellowships and awards. We will keep you updated on new information on education, grants and prizes in the coming months.

In the meantime, please keep safe and we will see you soon.
Best wishes,



UKISCRS Exists to promote:

- education and research in the field of cataract and refractive surgery and to advance and promote the study and practice of ophthalmology and research and the dissemination of the useful results thereof.

- experimental work in the field of cataract surgery, intraocular lens implementation and refractive surgery and the disseminiation of results thereof.

- further investigation and training in cataract and refractive surgery

Next Event


14th November, 2020

UKISCRS Webinar 'A Presidential Special' to mark the annual meeting. (Supported by BVI, Scope & Thea).

Join Professor Philip Bloom and Professor Sathish Srinivasan as they take you through a personal, professional & educational presentation based around their sub-specialty interests and challenges they expect to face in the next 2-years. An expert panel will support the Presidents keeping the conversational style you have become accustomed to with UKISCRS.



As of 11th September 2020 UKISCRS became a Charity Incorporated Organisation with the Charity Number 1191256

Chaired by: Prof. Philip Bloom & Prof. Sathish Srinivasan
'A Presidential Plenary Symposium'

                UKISCRS Conferences in 2021                
The Cornea and Cataract Day
Monday 24th May - Liverpool
The 45th Annual Congress

10th - 12th November, Jury's Inn Hinckley Island Hotel

See the RCOphth statement on the 'Updated Professional Standards on Refractive Surgery'

Read here: The joint revised guidance on ISBCS with the RCOphth and UKISCRS





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