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MOS Ski Meeting, March 2018

Monday 12th - Friday 16th March 2018

Organised by Mr Paul Chell and Miss Monique Hope-Ross

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:

https://www.mededcoventry.com/Courses/Ophthalmology/MOS/

 

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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 Complication Management

Amathus Hotel, Limassol, Cyprus

 

For information and registration please complete form and send to 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: www.pantheo.com 

 

 

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.

 

 

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Conference registration fee: 150 Euros

Coffees and Lunches are included in the registration fee.

Tickets for Gala Dinner: additional 50 Euros.

 

Photos from meeting in Pantheo, Cyprus, 2018

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MOS Summer Joint Meeting, June 2018

Friday 29th June 2018

Hosted by Miss Susie Mollan and Dr Nicola Logan

Joint Meeting with Aston University Optometry Department

at Jury's Inn, 245 Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2HQ

 

Emerging Research from the Region

The World of Ophthalmology is at the forefront of medical technology and clinical advances. The aim of this symposium is to focus on where the region’s strengths lie in research; by coming together to share the advances, networking and collaboration can occur, with the potential for new ideas to materialize.  

 

Includes:

Key Note Speaker confirmed, Professor M Mahlberg - 'Charles Dickens: where Ophthalmology meets Corpus Linguistics'

 

All posters welcome: 

email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in advance for a poster board

 

 

Register your interest with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. stating if MOS member or Aston employee. A booking link will be sent to you. For MOS members and Aston employees, attendance is complimentary, provided registration is completed in advance.

 

NOTE: On the day registration will cost £75, payable to the MOS

 

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Dr Raquel Gil-Cazorla presenting on laser scleral micro-perforation as novel method of presbyopia correction

 

Professor Michaela Mahlberg speaking on Corpus Linguistics

 

President Mr John Deutsch presenting handcrafted bowl to Mr Salman Mirza on his retirement from position as MOS Secretary

 

MOS AGM Meeting, October 2018

 

Friday 5th October 2018

 

International Ophthalmology: Local Impact on Worldwide Blindness & AGM

 

Jury's Inn, 245 Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2HQ

 

Our Wider Community in Ophthalmology

From around the Midlands our Ophthalmologists are making a global impact on the burden of sight loss. One country’s needs will be different to another; how do we address this on a global platform?

 

The aim of this symposium is to highlight the region’s strengths abroad.  Sharing these experiences, and the skills we bring back to our NHS practice, will propagate further collaboration and enhance approaches to eye care within the region.

 

Also:

 

MOS Junior Awards 2018 - presentations for academic and clinical awards; poster exhibition

 

Middlemore Lecture 2018 to be delivered by Mrs Rosemary Robinson

 

MOS AGM

 

Register using following link https://www.mededcoventry.com/Courses/Ophthalmology/MOS_Oct_2018 For MOS members and West Midlands Trainees, attendance is complimentary provided registration has been completed in advance of the meeting.  For others, attendance which includes refreshments throughout the day and lunch costs only £40.

 

NOTE: On the day registration will cost £75, payable to the MOS.

 

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Inauguration of new President, Miss Helen Palmer

 

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Middlemore Lecturer 2018, Mrs Rosemary Robinson, with distinguished guests from Pantheo Eye Centre, Cyprus