This meeting is an excellent opportunity for members of the ophthalmology community and of all grades to hear detailed and insightful recent research presentations from junior doctors. Students and trainees will present their research from multiple sub specialities and receive a critical review and feedback on their work.
The meeting is the perfect opportunity for delegates to hear a broad range of topics that have been well researched by up-and-coming ophthalmologists.
Further details on the prizes and programme will be available in due course.
- First prize poster: £150
- First prize paper: £150
In addition, the overall winner will receive the Dermot Pierse prize of one year’s subscription to the British Journal of Ophthalmology.
16 July 2020
Medical students and trainee doctors.
Submit a 300-word abstract on research work or a case report in ophthalmology.
Shortlisted candidates will have the opportunity to present their work at an Ophthalmology meeting from which judges will select eight oral finalists and 24 poster finalists.
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A certificate of attendance and CPD certificate with 1 CPD credit will be issued to those joining the webinar live.
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