This meeting will explore the future of digital eye care and one of the 21st century's biggest dilemmas; humans versus artificial intelligence (AI). The digital maturity of ophthalmology will be discussed and a forward look into what technology will bring to the specialty.
- Date and time Thu 12 Dec 2019 from 10:00am to 4:30pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Ophthalmology
This meeting will update attendees on the current management of haemangiomas in children, ptosis surgery in children and the strabismus complications of lid surgery.
Experts will review new surgical procedures for squint, new IOLs, new technology in relation to motility, and examine the effect of screens on children.
- Current treatment of haemangiomas and orthoptic management
- Possible motility complications following lid surgery
- Early surgery for ptosis
- New surgical procedures for squint
- New technology and motility
- New IOL currently in use
- The effect of screen time on children
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Leading researchers and practitioners in behaviour science explore the importance of behavioural change to pave the way for a new era of digital health to deliver essential healthcare benefits.
This multidisciplinary conference will bring together a wealth of professionals and medical experts to discuss, engage and create positive strategies for the vision sector. The conference will encompass interactive workshops with tangible takeaways, present new research and updates for all involved in eye health and care.