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MOS Ski Meeting, March 2018

Monday 12th - Friday 16th March 2018

Ski Meeting

We are delighted to invite you to a symposium featuring highlights and updates in important and relevant Ophthalmic specialities. Top specialists will share the latest information about new therapies, surgical technologies and clinical trial results. The programme features a mix of presentations and panel discussion with question and answer sessions. 


Topics to be featured include:

Anterior Segment and Refractive Disorders

Vitreoretinal Problems

Oculoplastic Disorders

Progression of Glaucoma

Managing Disease-span in Retinal Disorders

Approved for 16 CPD points by the Royal College of Ophthalmologists

MOS Spring President's Meeting, March 2018

Friday 23rd March 2018

Hosted by MOS President, Mr John Deutsch

Left Bank, Bridge Street, Hereford, HR4 9DG


Link for registration:


Provisional Programme:

•   09.30-10.00 UK Multicentre Thyroid Eye Disease Audit - Faye Mellington
•   10.00-10.45 The Glitch List - 5 quick fire presentations and discussion - surgical/clinical glitches
•   Coffee
•   11.15-12.30 Orbital Disease - The Cardiff Experience - Anjana Haridas, Matt Edmunds, Dan Morris
•   Lunch
•   13.30-14.40 Conjunctival Pathology Mini-seminar - Satchen Salvi and Hardeep Mukthar and Ben While
•   Coffee
•   15.00-16.00 3 debates


MOS Cyprus Meeting, April 2018

 Friday 20th - Sunday 22nd April 2018

Pantheo Annual Congress 2018, in conjunction with the MOS and Cyprus Ophthalmological Society

Ocular Complications Management

Amathus Hotel, Limassol, Cyprus


For information and registration please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone +357 257 35353

Information about previous conferences and comments, please visit website: 


Confirmed Guest Speakers so far:

Prof Sir Peng Khaw, Moorfields Eye Hospital

Mr Mike Burdon, University Hospitals Birmingham

Mr Mandeep Sagoo, Moorfields Eye Hospital

Mr David Verity, Moorfields Eye Hospital

Mr Frank Larkin, Moorfields Eye Hospital

Prof Francis Munier, University of Lausanne
Prof Teifi James, Cardiff University

Ms Susan MollanUniversity Hospitals Birmingham
Mr Manoj ParulekarUniversity Hospitals Birmingham

Prof Alistair Fielder, University College London
Ms Marie TsaloumasUniversity Hospitals Birmingham

Dr Alkis Liasis, Great Ormond Street Hospital
Mr Theo Potamitis, Pantheo Eye Center/University of Nicosia Pantheo Eye Center
Dr Katia Papastavrou, Pantheo Eye Center

Ms Antigoni Koukkoulli, Pantheo Eye Center

Dr Michalis Palos, Pantheo Eye Center


We would like to highlight the Pantheo Congress Honorary Lecture this year will be delivered by Prof Sir Peng Tee Khaw


The Alistair Fielder Prize in Ophthalmology 

Since last year we have introduced a prize to the best presentation given by a medical student and junior trainee during the rapid fire presentation session. 

For the junior doctors, early exposure to such events and the opportunity to partcipate and stand up to scrutiny is invigorating and inspiring, whether they win or lose. 

As this prize is to be a form of inspiration, it is named after someone who throughout his career has been a source of inspiration for so many, Professor Alistair Fielder. All junior doctors are welcome to participate. There will be two prizes, one for the medical students and one for the trainees in ophthalmology. Places are limited, so please apply by 25 March 2018 at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Preliminary Program 2018


                                           Saturday  21st April                                           Sunday 22d April


Welcoming Address



Cornea and anterior segment

Medical and Surgical Retina




Paediatric ophthalmology



Pantheo Foundation Honorary Lecture Guest Speaker: Professor Sir P T Khaw





Glaucoma and Oculoplastics

Rapid Fire Presentations

The Allistair Fielder Prize in Ophthalmology


Additional information:

On Friday 20th April 2018 at 19:30 there will be Case Presentations at Pantheo Eye Center followed by a cocktail reception. All delegates are welcome to join us.


Conference registration fee: 150 Euros

Coffees and Lunches are included in the registration fee.

Tickets for Gala Dinner: additional 50 Euros.


MOS Summer Joint Meeting, June 2018

Friday 29th June 2018

Joint Meeting with Aston University Optometry Department

at The Bond Company, Digbeth, Birmingham


Further details regarding programme to be confirmed

MOS AGM Meeting, October 2018

Friday 5th October 2018

International Ophthalmology: Local Impact on Worldwide Blindness & AGM



Further details regarding venue and programme to be confirmed