2021 Digital events (webinars)

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2021 Events

UKISCRS has continued to engage and interact with its members, and supporters, despite an unexpected and prolonged pandemic. Our main aim is that all of you remain safe and well. Our objective is to continue to reach out; providing education, updates and developments from the world of Ophthalmology. We hope you have enjoyed our webinar programme (which started on 9th April 2020) one which we will continue with into 2021.

We could not have run our UKISCRS webinar programme without support from our colleagues in the specialised Ophthalmic and Optometric industry. Our trade friends have, as always, been hugely supportive and we entend our thanks to you all.

2021 webinars now take a slightly different rotation. Starting on the first Thursday in February and continuing in March & April. In May we will mark the resecheduled Cornea and Cataract day with a 2-hour video case presentations session (24th May). We will then take a break in June from the digital webinars whilst we prepare for the July meeting.

We are very excited to annouce the rescheduled Cornea and Cataract Day will take place at the Birmingham Park Regis hotel on Monday 12th July - in line with Safer Events Accreditation. The industry exhibition is sold out and delegate numbers are limited to 50 to allow for natural distacing measures. 

 

WEBINAR PROGRAMME

As a registered charity UKISCRS can accept donations which will be gratfully received and will enable us continue to provide our free digital educational programme. The secure donate button is supplied by PayPal 
 
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An Expert Video session by the UKISCRS council to mark the week of the C&C day and RCOphth
Monday 24th May 6.30pm - 7.45pm
 
Corneal laceration and capsule breach from trauma by a wire.
Mr David Lockington

Joint orbital case of optic nerve glioma via craniotomy.
Ms. Rizwana Khan

Simple tips for cataract surgery with aniridic rings'.
Mr Mayank Nanavaty

Corneal tattooing for photophobia post YAG PI. Manual dissection Vs Femto pocket. Mr Mario Saldanha

 
Cataract surgery, premium IOLs and
Ocular co-morbidities
 

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Cornea and Oculoplastics
Chaired by Rizwana Khan
Supported by Scope Eyecare, BVI and Thea Ophthalmics

4th March, 2021

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Thursday 4th February 6.30 - 7.30pm
 
Webinar introduction, outline and learning objectives: Paul Ursell (Chair)
 
'IOL Calculations 2021:  Progress and Limits.'  Professor and Allen, Mosbacher: Professor Doug Koch: Houston, TX, USA
 
'Correcting Astigmatism: Tips for improving your toric IOL outcomes’.  Dr Adi Abulafia: Jerusalem, Israel
 
"Olsen Ray Tracing formula.’  Professor Thomas Olsen: Denmark.
 
Summary and questions from the audience: Saj Khan (Moderator)
Close broadcast with Industry slides

Webinars in 2020 included:

Thursday 3rd December 7 - 8.15pm
'The Top Ten Coolest Eyes on the Planet'

Saturday 14th November 9-11AM
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Plenary president's lecture: Professor Sathish Srinivasan
"My journey so far and our journey going forward"

Thursday 1st October 2020:
6-7pm (via Zoom): Missed it - watch it here by video link:
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"21st century phaco-glaucoma surgery"

Thursday 3rd September 2020:
6-7pm (via Zoom): Missed it? Watch it here: https://zoom.us/rec/share/NO4DWK58bPe12E7cowGOSy7rXjsAdwL-tkJujGKqDHb7_WSIQDjIC8tsmKyMYNU.vJjFS7xMN4f61yq- Passcode: jx^tW8+.
"Refractive Surgery: Where are we now?"

Thursday 16th July 2020
Mr Mayank Nanavaty chaired: Missed it? Watch it here 
"What would you do next" anterior segment case presentations

Thursday 30th July 2020:
Dr Laura Maubon (YOP Trainee Lead), Dr Kavita Aggarwal (YOP committee) & Mr Saj Khan (YOP Consultant Lead) chaired: 
"Using AI to Optimise Cataract Surgery"

Thursday 2nd July
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Professor David Spalton chaired: "Problem solving in the new normal"

Thursday 18th June 2020: 6-7pm
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A conversation with Mr Sanjay Mantry
"Switching to the 'new normal' Post-Covid:
The European perspective in Ophthalmology".

Thursday 4th June 2020: 6-7pm
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Topic: The Fifth UKISCRS CPD webinar
A conversation with Mr David Lockington:
Perspectives with training and restarting Ophthalmology work

The Fourth UKISCRS Webinar was a further success. 
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A conversation with Professor Sathish Srinivasan:
'Post COVID planning: Role of TeleOphthalmology / TeleMedicine'

The Third UKISCRS Webinar was a great success. 
Missed it? Watch it here (Password 9y&l2Z81)
Thursday 7th May 2020: 6-7pm (via Zoom)
Four conversations with Mr. Paul Rosen:  
Finances in the NHS and Independent Practice in the new COVID era – what it means for you…

The second UKISCRS was a great success. 
Missed it? Watch it here (Password: 5v#Yy0=3)
Thursday 23rd April 2020: 6-7pm (via Zoom)
Remote consulting and its challenges Chaired by Mr. Richard Packard & Prof. Philip Bloom

The FIRST UKISCRS Webinar was a great success.
Missed it? Watch it here
Thursday 9th April 2020: 6-7pm (via Zoom)
Prof. David Spalton hosted the webinar: In Conversation with...
'The Front Line of Ophthalmology'


 

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