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“Be an angel.....”
Written by Charles Claoué
Well, actually you can be: a “UKISCRS Angel” to be precise!
As part of Council’s strategy to make UKISCRS more inclusive and
attractive, we have introduced the opportunity for you to become a
All you have to do is to attend registration at the 42nd Annual Congress in
Hinckley Island Hotel (November 7th – 9th) with your registered trainee(s)
and you both/all become “UKISCRS Angels”.
To show the society’s appreciation, you will receive a splendid lapel badge
(Gold for Consultant and Silver for Trainees). As their mentor you will, in
addition, appear on the UKISCRS Angels Roll of Honour on our website
(which may be useful in applying for CEA’s).
Your trainees will be made welcome by Council members (who will be able
to recognise them by their Angel pin) during the meeting. They will also be
invited to the Congress Dinner as a thank you for registering for the annual
UKISCRS has been a very successful society for 42 years, however to
continue this success, it is important for UKISCRS to attract our ophthalmic
trainees as future members.
We thank you for your support in this endeavour and look forward to
welcoming you as an Angel.
On behalf of the UKISCRS Council
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Cornea and Cataract Day
Monday 21st May
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The 44th Annual Congress will be held at Jury's Inn Hinckley Island Hotel on Weds 11th, Thursday 12th and Friday 13th November 2020.
Sad news - we move the 2020 C&C day to 2021. Keep safe everyone!