UKISCRS and The Ukraine

UKISCRS pay our respects to the disaster in the Ukraine. UKISCRS, along with every other organisation, deplores the Russian Federation's war in Ukraine. UKISCRS is resolute in its desire to help our colleagues and their patients in the Ukraine. As a Charity, and Educational Ophthalmic Society, the UKISCRS Council have unanimously decided to donate £5000 towards the ESCRS restricted fund to support Ophthalmology in Ukraine and our Ukrainian colleagues. Our thoughts are very much with them and we extend our respect and admiration for continuing to carry out their vital work within a population that now needs them more than ever. We all hope for a peaceful solution in the very near future.

We are so pleased to return to enabling in-person education

It has been joyful to see our colleagues, friends and peers face-to-face after such a long time away. To educate, and be educated, in a scientific environment along with our specialist industry partners who are able to display & demonstrate changes to medical devices, pharma and R&D. UKISCRS still enforce an 'All Secure Standards' congress process and will continue to do so in respect of the pandemic. Our next meeting will be the 46th Annual Congress on 19th - 21st October 2022. We return to the Jury's Inn Hinckley Island Hotel for this packed 3-day symposia which will include:
  • Plenary Symposium on 'Dementia & Cataract Surgery'
  • Cornea 'Keratoconus' session
  • Cataract 'Intracameral Adjuncts' debate
  • Refractive 'Optics' session
  • Plus our YOP dry lab and educational sessions

In addition we are proud to have Dr. Nick Mamalis, MD to present the Rayner Medal Lecture and we hope to welcome Prof. Michael O'Keeffe to deliver the Lifetime Achievement Award. In between the meetings we will keep you in contact with Society news, and if you have any news to tell us, please do submit it to

We do thank you for your support and wish you safe summer months ahead.

Take care & keep safe,



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

The 46th UKISCRS Annual Congress

19th October, 2022

A full programme packed with Young Ophthalmologist education, innovations in industry, and research & development in cornea, cataract and refractive surgery. A not to be missed annual meeting. Friendly, warm and engaging.

2021 delegates said:
"It is my first time to UKISCRS and it's the best meeting I have ever attended in the UK".

"What a joy to be back in-person at this friendly and educationally topical meeting. I will be back next year".

"I am an ST7 and came knowing very few people but on recomendation. I am so pleased I di. The Dry lab was fantastic, the welcome was warm and the dinner atmosphere was a delight. Thank you UKISCRS'!





The UKISCRS CIO, registered number 1191256, have a vacancy for a Trustee to join the office.

All applications will be treated in confidence and shared with the Trustees and President:
Trustee: Prof. David Spalton
Trustee: Mr. Paul Rosen
President: Prof. Sathish Srinivasan

Please click here for the Trustee Roles & Responsibilities document, and to apply.

The 46th UKISCRS Annual Congress 2022
19th - 21st October, Jury's Inn Hinckley Island Hotel



See the photographs from 2021 to remind you why you should join us!

Thank to those who attended the Cornea & Cataract Day on Monday 28th March 
at the Birmingham Park Regis Hotel.

We look forward to seeing you in October.

See the photographs here


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