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Managing the dis-satisfied MFIOL patient – Professor Rudy Nuijts

 

Challenging cases – videos - Mr Larry Benjamin

2019 events


43rd Annual Congress
Wednesday 16th - Friday 18th October
Jury's Inn Hinckley Island Hotel

REGISTRATION OPEN - CLICK HERE FOR THE EARLY BIRD RATES AND ACCOMMODATION AVAILABILITY

Wednesday 16th October 2019
0915 - 0955 Registration for corneal trauma dry lab with Thea Pharmaceuticals
1000 - 1245 Dry Lab workshop
1245 - 1345 LUNCH
  Corneal Imaging for the cataract surgeon - supported by Bausch+Lomb
1345 - 1355 Introduction to session
1355 - 1410 Topography: what a trainee needs to know!
1410 - 1435 Useful corneal imaging for a cataract surgeon
1435 - 1455 Cataract conundrums - Interactive case discussions
1455 - 1520 Torics for a trainee
1520 - 1550 COFFEE BREAK
1550 - 1620 Refractive surprise  or Fellowships
1620 - 1650 Things I wish I knew before I was a consultant
1650 1700 Discussion & Close
 
Thursday 17th October 2019
MAIN SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME    
0900 - 1105

 

 

Non-technical (or non-surgical) skills of a complete cataract surgeon: 

The skills you need outside of the operating theatre

 

 

Saj Khan & Imran Yusuf
     
0900 - 0905 Introduction to YOP Session Saj Khan
0905 - 0930 Decision making and cognitive errors in ophthalmic surgery Brian Little
0930 - 0955 A long, happy career without a never event: how to reduce risk Richard Smith
0955 -1020 What to do when things go wrong: Top tips for trainees from a career in ophthalmology Larry Benjamin
1020 - 1045 Parallels between the aviation industry and ophthalmology  Captain David Chubb and Captain Jamie Chubb
1045 - 1050 Summary  
1140 - 1305 Plenary Symposium - Intraocular Lens Solutions for Presbyopia Philip Bloom & Milind Pande
1140 - 1145 Introduction Philip Bloom
1145 - 1155 Patient Selection Larry Benjamin
  Technology  
1155 - 1205 Monofocal solutions for presbyopia TBC
1205 - 1215 EDOF/Bi-focal solutions (James Ball) Invited
1215 - 1225 Multifocal solutions for presbyopia: tri-focals Mayank Nanavaty
1225 - 1235 Managing unhappy patientsTBC  
     
1235 - 1305 Practical Case Based Discussions TBC
    Johnny Moore
    Milind Pande
1410 - 1450 Pearce Medal Lecture   
1410 - 1415 Introduction Mr Paul Rosen
1415 - 1450 Pearce Lecture Prof Oliver Findl
1450 - 1455 Presentation Prof Philip Bloom
1455 - 1610 A Smörgåsbord of refractive surgical modulation Chairs: David O'Brart & Johnny Moore
1450 - 1510 After laser refractive surgery TBC
1510 - 1530 After corneal transplant surgery TBC

1530 - 1555

1555 - 1615

Coffee

After lens surgery (including Phakic)

 

Vinod Kumar - Invited

1615 - 1635 After corneal ectasia (inc.  cross linking) David O'Brart

1635 - 1705

1705 - 1720

1720 - 1730

Medico Legal & Indemnity (claims made and occurance based) - inc. tales from the courtroom

Session Discussion

Days Summary & meeting Close

Rob Morris & Keith Bates - Invited

 

Prof Philip Bloom

 
Friday 18th October 2019
  UKISCRS Free papers & Free video session
0830 - 0945 Free papers - Cataract
0945 - 1020 Video Abstract Submissions Philip Bloom & Saj Khan
1050 - 1120 Room 101 with voting system
1120 - 1315 Premium lenses in the presence of other pathology Philip Bloom & Julian Stevens
1120 - 1130 Retinal disease (detachment & diabetes) Cordelia McKechnie - Invited
1130 - 1140 AMD Sathish Srinivasan
1140 - 1150 Glaucoma Philip Bloom
1150 - 1200 Squint & ambyoplia Chris Bentley - Invited
1200 - 1210 Dementia Paul Ursell
1210 - 1220 Trauma Allon Barsam - Invited
1220 - 1230 DMEK Mayank Nanavaty
1230 - 1240 Ocular surface disorders Samer Hamada - Invited
1415 - 1500 Choyce Medal Lecture  
1415 - 1420 Introduction Brian Little
1420 - 1455 Choyce Lecture Mr Julian Stevens
1455 - 1500 Presentation Prof Philip Bloom
1505 - 1535 Expert video Session Part II Samer Hamada & Bita Manzouri
1530 - 1545 AGM
1545 - 1555 Free Paper Prize giving 
1555 - 1610 Meeting Summary, Objectives, Close and Presidential Hand Over
  C O N G R E S S   C L O S E 

Register now for the Early Bird Rates - www.ukiscrs.org.uk

Submit an abstract - Cash prizes and the Founders Medal
 
Jury’s Inn Hinckley Island Hotel
Book your accommodation online!
Book your Gala Dinner Tickets
 
 
 
Joint UKISCRS (United Kingdom and Ireland Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons) Meeting & Mr Peter Barry Memorial Meeting
Thursday 28th November 2019,
Education & Conference Centre, Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital – Dublin 2

History of refractive surgery - Paddy Condon 
Regression after laser - Prof Michael O'Keefe
MIGS - Prof Phillip Bloom
Phakic IOLs - Prof Michael O'Keefe
Crosslinking/Keratoconus, the challenges - Marc Guerin
Biometry, what's new - Barry Quill 
Multifocal IOLs, patient selection & calculations - Paul O'Brien
Toric Multifocal IOLs - Frank Kinsella
Use of Intraoperative Image guided system for Toric Multifocal IOLs - Rizwana Khan
Diffractive MFIOLs following Corneal refractive surgery - Sheraz Daya
IOL exchange - Prof William Power
Vitrectomy for anterior segment surgeons - Dara Kilmartin
Iris reconstruction strategies - Sathish Srinivasan
Suprachoroidal haemorrhage - Mark Cahill
Complex Keratoplasty - Mayank Nanavaty
Preventing and managing vitreous loss, a team based approach - David Lockington
Managing unstable nucleus - James O'Reilly
Managing the dis-satisfied MFIOL patient – Professor Rudy Nuijts
Challenging cases – videos - Mr Larry Benjamin


Peter Barry Memorial Medal Lecture - Rudy Nuijts 5-7 pm
The ESCRS PREMED study:  implications for prophylaxis of cystoid macular edema

 

Registration: Contact Gill for further details
The registration fee for the meeting, inclusive of lunch is €200.00 or alternatively £180.00.  The dinner costs €75.00 inclusive of wine and will be held on the evening of Thursday 28th November in Suesey Street Restaurant, Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2 (a short walk from the Hospital). Please could you inform me if you will attend the joint UKISCRS meeting.  Please RSVP by Friday 30th August 2019. 

Please see below the account details required for electronic transfer:

IBAN:                                      IE81 AIBK 9312 2538 8330 21
BIC:                                        AIBKIE2D
Bank account name:            Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital No 1 Account
Bank account address:        40/41 Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2
Account no:                           38833 -021

Please ensure you state your full name when transferring the funds so we can match your name to the amount received. Alternatively you can send a cheque made payable to Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital and send it c/o RCSI Professorial Office, RVEEH, Adelaide Road, Dublin 2.

 

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