The Ophthalmology Section’s purpose is to promote and provide accredited educational study of best practice in the field of ophthalmology.
- 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.
Up to the value of £1,000 towards travelling abroad to further the study or advancement of ophthalmology
Sunday 1 November 2020.
British based ophthalmologists travelling abroad and foreign ophthalmologists travelling to the UK.
Submit a CV and an application letter detailing the intended purpose of travelling abroad, along with a budget outline of your travelling costs and any supporting statements and letters.
Travelling Fellows may be required by the Ophthalmology Section Council to lecture at an Ophthalmology meeting on their experiences during the period of the award.
For professionals with a medical, dental or veterinary qualification recognised by GMC, GDC or RCVS.
For professionals working in the healthcare sector or with an interest in healthcare issues and do not qualify for a Fellow membership.
For students studying medicine, dentistry or an undergraduate qualification in a healthcare-related subject, in the UK or overseas.