About this event

  • Date and time Thu 14 May 2020 from 5:30pm to 8:00pm
  • Location Live stream - online
  • Organised by Ophthalmology

*Please note: This event will now be livestreamed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.*

Join top experts to examine the management of retina surgery, explore invasive and non-invasive options, and the issues that can occur. 

Topics include:

  • Management of vision degrading myodesopsia, including definition, types of vitreous floaters, effects on visual function, and management options including pars plana vitrectomy and YAG vitreolysis
  • Restoration of the traumatised pupil, including the use of artificial iris
  • Improving functional outcomes after retinal detachment repair
  • Focus on the surgeon: mindset and resilience

This event is FREE for RSM members.

You can now live stream this meeting from anywhere. All's you need is a good internet connection. Click here to book the live stream. 

The Ophthalmology Section would like to thank Bausch + Lomb and Johnson & Johnson for supporting the Academic Year 2019-2020 Programme of Events
Please note that none of the companies listed have had any influence or involvement over the agenda, content or organisation of this meeting.


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Standard pricing available until 13 May 2020.

Trainee and student bursary places available

10 x bursary places for trainees and students available for all Ophthalmology meetings - send your request to ophthalmology@rsm.ac.uk.


RSM Member

Non - Member

Consultant / GP AHP / Nurse / Midwife Trainee Student
£35.00 £15.00 £15.00 £10.00

Key speakers

Mr Paulo Stanga

Professor of Ophthalmology & retinal Regeneration, Consultant Ophthalmologist & Lead Vitreoretinal Surgeon, London Vision Clinic


View the programme

Live stream begins
Welcome and introduction
Management of vision degrading myodesopsia

Mr Paulo Stanga, Consultant, Ophthalmologist and Lead Vitreoretinal Surgeon, London Vision Clinic, Professor, Ophthalmology and Retinal Regeneration

Restoring the pupil

Mr Richard Haynes, Consultant, Ophthalmic and Vitreoretinal Surgeon, Bristol Eye Hospital

Improving functional outcomes after retinal detachment repair

Mr Ed Casswell, Specialist Registrar, Moorfields Eye Hospital

Panel discussion
Close of meeting
Live stream ends



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