UKISOP Events 2021
All UKISOP events form part of the UKISCRS educational programme and are faciliated and managed by Gill Wood and the UKISOP faculty. Whilst these events are free to attend, as a Charity, we do offer the option to donate to UKISCRS. This enables us to continue to provide ong-going free education where ever possible.
Details of our forthcoming digital events are:
2021 monthly webinars: Supported by our Industry colleagues
Ocular surface inflammatory disease
|Jyotin Pandit||Scope Eyecare|
|Saj Khan||Farmigea Ophthalmics|
Cataract with hands-on learning*
|Paul Ursell||BVI Medical|
|27th July||Vitreoretinal treatments update||Alistair Laidlaw|
|7th Sept.||Glaucoma||Laura Crawley|
|5th Oct.||Inflammatory eye disease||Sid Goel||AOS|
*Hands-on learning is provided by BVI medical. The first 25 delegates registered for this meeting will receive a BVI 'phaco-pack' in the post and will be able to demonstrate the teaching by Mr. Ursell.
UKISOP & UKISCRS thank our friends within the Ophthalmic industry who continue to support us both in digital and in-person education.
2021 UKISCRS annual meeting (in-person)
UKISOP programme (hands-on learning)
Thursday 11th November 2021
Jury's Inn Hinckley Island Hotel. Leicester.
Feedback from previous UKISOP programmes
“Very engaging and good fun. Thoroughly enjoyed this and learnt a lot”
“Really useful workshop as this is equipment used in my workplace and gave additional opportunity to ask questions to improve how the instrument is used”
“Nilpa is a brilliant teacher and made the workshop fun and interesting; I went away from this workshop actually excited about visions!”
“Good to hear from other professionals in roles developed but not used in our trust. Enjoyed how he put the patient at the centre of his teaching, focusing very much on them and what they are saying, encouraging us to listen effectively to them”
“An excellent presentation! Dynamic and very thought-provoking”
“Excellent presentation. Useful and engaging, with a relevance to daily practise for the improvement of patient experience”