by Amy Hughes.
Bristol Eye Hospital Retinal Team invite you to join us for a day of talks and peer review focussing on the diagnosis and management of a range of medical retinal and vitreo-retinal conditions. The day will be an opportunity to update your knowledge on the diagnosis and management of a range of commonly seen retinal conditions, build skills in recognising retinal features on retinal imaging techniques such as OCT, find out about local service provision and learn about some interesting research projects. Aimed at local community optometrists this will be a fantastic opportunity to brush up your skills, enhance your knowledge and network with friends and colleagues. CET points will be available for the day.
We have secured a fantastic line up of expert speakers from our consultant ophthalmologist team and retinal specialist optometrists and have a comprehensive agenda planned for the day. CET points have been applied for. We are very grateful to Bayer Ltd for their support for this event.
8.45 Registration and Refreshments
9.20 Interpreting Macula OCT scans and referring appropriately Mr Ben Phipps
9.50 Macula Degeneration: Features, Multi Modal Imaging and Management Miss Serena Salvatore
10.30 Flashes, Floaters and Vitreo-Retinal disorders Mr Johannes Keller
11.30 Pigmented Chorio-Retinal Lesions Mr Sidath Liyanage
12.00 Diabetic Retinopathy : Features, management and screening Miss Abosede Cole
13.30 Update on Retinal Vein Occlusions: Features and Management Mr Tomas Burke
14:00 Debunking Uveitis Mr Adam Ross
14.30 Update on Research in Medical Retina Speciality Miss Clare Bailey
15:30 Peer review Cases
Tickets are available via eventbrite at a rate of £125
Tea and coffee, light breakfast bites, snacks and hot and cold buffet lunch will be provided with options for vegetarians available. Other dietary requirements can be cater
Post Op Accreditation
Newmedica Bristol would like to invite you to our optometrist post-op accreditation and ophthalmology event to be held at Litfield House.