- Date and time Thu 14 Dec 2023 from 9:00am to 5:00pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Ophthalmology
This year’s annual Squint Forum meeting will be split into three sections. We will firstly examine Paediatric medical retina – with a focus on current research, genetics and ROP. Afterwards, we will explore Occupational health and the support beyond the clinic which will then be followed by interactive strabismus case discussions.
The purpose of this meeting is to update participants on paediatric retinal conditions and management, ROP and post ROP management, and occupational health aspects and support related to binocular and oculo-motility disorders.
By attending this meeting, you will:
Gain an update on paediatric medical retina, focusing on:
- Current research in inherited eye diseases
- The role of genetic testing in paediatric medical retina
- Vitreo-retinal intervention when there is trouble after anti-VEGF + laser treatment for ROP
- Long term outcomes in clinics post prematurity
Understand the role we play in occupational health and support including:
- Stabismus implications for the pilot medical certificate
- DVLA & driving
- And support beyond the paediatric clinic
- Learn from complex strabismus cases in terms of diagnosis and management
20 x bursary places (x10 student and x10 trainee places) are available for this meeting. Please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
|RSM Fellow||RSM Associate||RSM Retired Fellow||RSM Trainee||RSM Student|
Non - Member
|Consultant / GP / SAS Doctors||AHP / Nurse / Midwife||Trainee||Student|
Registration for this event will close at 1:00am on Wednesday 13 December 2023. Late registrations will not be accepted.
The agenda is subject to change at any time
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