Symposium

50th Cambridge Ophthalmological Symposium

Vision 2020 in 2030 – The next 10 years (plus 1)
CB2 1TP Cambridge, Großbritannien
Veranstaltungsnummer: 33672
Zertifizierung: genehmigt
CME Max: 18
Kategorie: CPD
Gebühren ab: 465,00 €
verfügbare Plätze: unbegrenzt
Sprache: Deutsch

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  • Datum
    01.09.2021, 08:45 - 03.09.2021, 17:00
    Veranstalter
    Cambridge Eye Trust
    Kurzbeschreibung
    The Cambridge Ophthalmological Symposium is a two day residential meeting which brings together basic scientists and clinicians to discuss a well-defined topic in detail under the chairmanship of leaders in that field. The purpose of the symposium is to take an aspect of ophthalmology, however small and interrogate it in depth so that those involved in basic science research can hear the views of clinicians and as importantly clinicians can come to understand the science behind their practice.
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    Hinweis
    This meeting is for scientists and clinicians (not only ophthalmologists).

    The Residential Registration Fee includes all meals and accommodation
    CONSULTANT GRADE (includes Staff Grade and Associate Specialists) – £585

    RESIDENT IN TRAINING AND POSTDOCTORAL SCIENTISTS – £465

    ​The Non-residential Fee includes meals excluding the Symposium Dinner

    CONSULTANT GRADE (includes Staff Grade and Associate Specialists) – £185 per day

    RESIDENT IN TRAINING AND POSTDOCTORAL SCIENTISTS – £165 per day

    Symposium Black-Tie Dinner £75 per person

    Registration fees are refundable before 1 August 2021.
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    Time Topic Speaker Location
    Thursday 2nd September 2021
    08:45 Introduction Martin Snead Cambridge, UK
    09:00 Vision 2020 – progress and outstanding challenges Ian Murdoch London, UK
    09:30 How can we improve our data registries? Catey Bunce London, UK
    10:00 The power of health metrics Jost Jonas Heidelberg, Germany
    10:30 Onchocerciasis – is it an orphan disease? Adrian Hopkins Liverpool, UK
    11:00 Coffee    
    11:30 Reduce or restore? – a 2030 conundrum [childhood blindness v cataract surgery] Van Charles Lansingh Querétaro, Mexico
    12:00 A comparative approach to causes and cures for cataract David Wiliams Cambridge, UK
    12:30 High volume cataract delivery - reaching the previously unreachable TBC Pune, India
    13:00 Lunch    
    14:30 Facing the challenge of myopia in China Mingguang He Melbourne, Australia
    15:00 Diagnostic lessons from Open Angle Glaucoma Colin Cooke Cape Town, S. Africa
    15:30 Tea    
    16:00 Trachoma – SAFE mobilisation Mathew Burton London, UK
    16:30 Childhood blindness and ROP Ashwin Reddy London, UK
    17:00 CLOSE    
    Friday 3rd September 2021
    09:00 How to change public engagement in healthcare Clare Perkins London, UK
    09:30 How to change public engagement in eye care David Friedman Boston, USA
    10:00 What role is there for screening? TBC London, UK
    10:30 Coffee    
    11:00 How important is eye disease in global health? Rupert Bourne Cambridge, UK
    11:30 Tested and novel strategies for eye care delivery Peter Holland London, UK
    12:00 iVit – meeting future population needs John Buchan Leeds, UK
    12:30 Lunch    
    13:30 Is there a future for NGOs in prevention of blindness? Caroline Harper Chippenham, UK
    14:00 Changing a nation’s moral compass [Green Peace and the plastics case] TBC Cardiff, UK
    14:30 Eye healthcare - is the UK a developing country? Richard Wormald London, UK
    15:00 Tea    
    15:30 Training and empowering locally Hugh Taylor Melbourne, Australia
    16:00 Detection and referral systems Adnan Tufail London, UK
    16:30 AI – the next 10 years Siegfried Wagner London, UK
    17:00 CLOSE    

    Chairs: Prof Rupert Bourne, UK and Prof Hugh Taylor, Australia

    Academic Organiser: Mr Martin Snead, UK

    Accommodation – 1st and 2nd September, Welcome Reception 1st September, Black-Tie Dinner 2nd September

     

    Bursaries

    The Cambridge Eye Trust funds two bursaries to enable young scientists, clinicians, PhD students or students studying for similar degrees to attend the Cambridge Ophthalmological Symposium.

    Applicants for the bursaries must be actively involved in the topic under discussion.

    What do you need to do?

    Applications should include:

    • A short CV

    • The object of their current research

    • A note from a supervisor

    • A short overview as to how the award of this bursary will advance their career

    Applications should be sent by email to Nicholas Sarkies by 31st March.

     

    What does the Symposium offer applicants?

    The bursary will provide:

    • A maximum of £1000 to help towards the cost of accommodation and travel

    • The registration fee will be waived

     

  • Old Divinity School, St John’s College

    Cambridge Eye Trust
    COS Secretariat
    Cambridge Conferences
    Cambridge Symposium organizer
    Barbara Ashworth
    The Lawn, 33 Church Street
    GB - CB22 5EL Cambridge
    Tel.: +44 (0)1223 847464

  • The registration is open. Please contact the organizer for further information.