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Annual Meeting of the British Oculoplastic Surgery Society

BOPSS 2021
OX1 3PG Oxford, Großbritannien
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  • Datum
    04.08.2021, 08:45 - 06.08.2021, 16:40
    Veranstalter
    British OculoPlastic Surgery Society (BOPSS)
    Kurzbeschreibung
    This congress is about advanced education, research and the quality of clinical practice in the area of ophthalmology known as oculoplastic surgery. (This field comprises specialist plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery of the eyelids, orbit, lacrimal drainage system, and the upper and mid-face). The meeting will be held from 4th – 6th August 2021 at Keble College, Oxford.
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    Deadlines

    Abstract

    16.04.2021 Hinweis
    Abstract submission opens – 4th Jan Abstract submission closes – 16th April (end of Friday)

    Online-Anmeldeschluss

    04.06.2020 Hinweis
    Registration opens – 4th Jan Notification of review panel – 30th April Early registration closes noon – 4th June
  • Keynote Speakers

    • Dr David Jordan, Ottawa, Canada
    • Dr Dinesh Selva, Adelaide, Australia

    Welcome reception: Oxford University Natural History Museum

    Wednesday 4th August 2021 at 5.30pm

    The Welcome Reception will be held at the stunning neo-gothic Natural History Museum across the road from Keble. 

    Gala Dinner: Bodleian Library (Black tie)

    Thursday 5th August 2021 at 7.30pm

    The Gala dinner will be held within the Bodleian Library. Food will be served in the medieval Divinity School, the University’s oldest teaching and examination room dating from the 1400’s. Drinks will be served from the adjoining Convocation House, which hosted sittings of Parliament during the reign of Charles II. There will be dancing later in the evening. There is limited ticket availability and tickets will be allocated on a first paid basis only.

    Cotswold Bike Ride

    Tuesday 3rd August (timings TBC)

    This year we will be hosting a cycling event in the Cotswolds, beginning and finishing at Keble College. The 75km ride will snake its way through Oxford immersing riders in the city’s iconic architecture before taking them out into Oxfordshire and beyond.

    Punting on the Thames

    Tuesday 3rd August at 5.30pm

    In the evening you will be able to experience the quintessential Oxford experience of punting on the river Cherwell at the Cherwell Boat House with the option of food thereafter.

     

    Tea, Coffee at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO​

    Registration in Arco Building with tea, coffee and pastries at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO​

    August 4th 2021
    8:45 AM
    Registration in Arco Building followed by tea, coffee and pastries and exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO
    9:00 AM
    Trainees meet the BOPSS executive team in Dining Hall
    9:30 AM All lectures in Lecture Theatre, Sloane Robinson Building
    Welcome, housekeeping and introductions
    Mr. Jonathan Norris
    Oxford
    9:40 AM Session I Eyelid  
    9:41 AM KEYNOTE: Case dilemmas in periocular malignancy
    Prof. Dinesh Selva
    Australia
    10:15 AM Lid contour in ptosis surgery
    Dr. Dan Rootman
    Canada
    10:30 AM Ptosis in the east asian eyelid
    Dr. Dan Rootman
    Canada
    10:45 AM
    Ocular surface: a systematic approach
     
    Mr. Raman Malhotra
    East Grinstead
    11:00 AM Questions  
    11:15 AM Tea, Coffee at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO
    11:45 AM Session II Orbit  
    11:46 AM Orbital cases
    Mr. David Verity
    London
    12:00 PM IgG4 Disease; unknown unkowns
     
    Dr. Emma Culver
    Oxford
    12:15 PM
    Lymphoproliferative disease in a nutshell
    Dr. Chris Hatton
    Oxford
    12:30 PM KEYNOTE: Orbital implants
    Prof. David Jordan
    Canada
    1:00 PM Lunch in Dining Hall followed by dessert with coffee at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO
    2:00 PM Session III Appearance  
    2:01 PM Changing faces: introduction and overview Mr. James Partridge OBE
    2:05 PM Research in appearance
    Nick Sharratt
    Bristol
    2:20 PM Childhood experience of ptosis (title needed) Emily Leathers-Smith
    2:30 PM Psycho-social interventions (incl reference to skin camouflage) changing faces
    2:45 PM
    FP reanimation
    Mr. David Johnson
    Oxford
    3:00 PM
    Questions & Discussion
     
    3:15 PM  Tea, Coffee at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO
    3:40 PM Session IV Lacrimal  
    3:41 PM Anaesthesia in Oculoplastics: what you should know
    Dr. Sumit Das
    Oxford
    3:55 PM
    Lacrimal sac masses; an overview
    Miss Anjana Haridas
    Cardiff
    4:10 PM The epiphora masqueraders
    Mr. Raman Malhotra
    East Grinstead
    4:25 PM The ENT surgeon in the Oculoplastic Theatre  
    Mr. Pablo Martinez-Devesa
    Oxford
    4:40 PM  Questions and discussion  
    4:50 PM  Visiting fellow presentation  
    5:00 PM Meeting Close  
    5:15 PM  Welcome Reception at the Oxford University Natural History Museum 
    7:00 PM Close and evening free  
       August 5th 2021
    7:00 AM 5k run meet at  
    8:00 AM  Registration in Arco Building with tea, coffee and pastries at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO
    8:45 AM  All lectures in Lecture Theatre, Sloane Robinson Building
    Welcome, housekeeping and introductions
    Mr. Jonathan Norris
    Oxford
    8:55 AM  Session I Thyroid   
    8:56 AM  Endocrinology for beginners
    Dr. Helen Turner
    Oxford
    9:15 AM  Rituximab in TED Dr. Mario Salvie
    Milan
    9:35 AM TEAMed Vickie Lee
    9:55 AM Cosmetic surgery in TED
    Mr. Bijan Beigi
    Norwich
    10:15 AM Thyroidectomy in TED
    Miss Rachna Murthy
    Cambridge
    10:35 AM  Questions  
    10:50 AM Tea, Coffee at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO
    11:20 AM  Session II Free Papers  
    12:00 PM KEYNOTE: Apical anatomy on the run; a case-based approach
    Prof. Dinesh Selva
    Australia
    12:30 PM Lunch in Dining Hall followed by dessert with coffee at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO
    1:50 PM Session III MedicoLegal  
    1:51 PM
    See you in Court
    Ms Helen Mullholland
    Kings Chambers
    2:15 PM I’ll Sew you, but don’t Sue me
    Mr. Brian Leatherbarrow
    Manchester
    2:40 PM Questions  
    2:50 PM Hero to Zero 1
    Mr. Ric Caesar
    Cheltenham
    2:58 PM
    Hero to Zero 2
    Mr. Raman Malhotra
    East Grinstead
    3:06 PM Hero to Zero 3
    Prof. Geoff Rose
    London
    3:14 PM Hero to Zero 4
    Mr. Naresh Joshi
    London
    3:22 PM  Questions
    3:30 PM
    Tea, Coffee at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO
    4:00 PM  KEYNOTE: Dysmorphia in oculoplastics
    Prof. David Jordan
    Canada
    4:30 PM
    Session IV Round Table – Consultants only in seminar rooms on Level 2 in Sloane Robinson Building
     
    4:31 PM Session IV Trainee Quiz– Lecture Theatre Moderated by Mr. Nabil El-Hindy, Leeds, Mr. Tom Fearnley, York, Ms. Deepa Rathore, Northampton
    5:20 PM AGM in Lecture Theatre  
    6:10 PM Close  
    7:15 PM
    Gala Dinner at the Divinity School, Bodleian Library
     
    August 6th 2021   
    8:15 AM Registration in Arco Building with tea, coffee and pastries at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO
    9:00 AM
    All lectures in Lecture Theatre, Sloane Robinson Building Welcome, housekeeping and introductions
    Mr. Tristan McMullan
    9:05 AM Session I Free Papers  
    9:55 AM Session II Paediatrics  
    9:56 AM Infantile haemangioma; are drops enough?
    Mr. Darius Hildebrand
    Oxford
    10:15 AM Congenital naso-lacrimal duct obstruction: an algorithm for management
    Mrs. Katya Tambe
    Nottingham
    10:35 AM The Paediatric ptosis; what not to miss
    Mr. Richard Harrad
    Bristol
    10:50 AM Tea, Coffee at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO
    11:20 AM Session III Orbit/Oncology  
    11:21 AM Breaking bad news
    Ms. Amanda Salisbury
    Oxford
    11:40 AM Contracted Socket
    Miss Zanna Currie
    Sheffield
    12:00 PM Mohs surgery; why and When
    Dr. William Perkins
    Oxford
    12:20 PM KEYNOTE: Endoscopic orbital surgery; pulling lesions out of the nose
    Prof. Dinesh Selva
    Australia
    12:55 PM Manchester 2022  
    1:00 PM
    Lunch in Dining Hall followed by dessert with coffee at the trade exhibition in the Marquee and e-posters in ARCO
    2:10 PM Session III Aesthetics  
    2:11 PM
    Scar Wars; managing that tricky scar
    Dr. Neil Walker
    Oxford
    2:30 PM An Algorithm for the Swollen Eyelid
    Miss Tarang Gupta
    London
    2:50 PM Facial Dystonia: Past, Present and Future Facial Dystonia: Past, Present and Future
    3:10 PM
    KEYNOTE: Dealing with complications of cosmetic surgery
    Prof. David Jordan
    Canada
    3:40 PM DEBATES – Should we stop blood thinners? Mr. Hunter MacLean, Portsmouth vs Mrs Joyce Burns, Leicester
    3:55 PM Is Eugogo the right path for all? Mr. Saj Attaullah, Manchester vs Mr. Colin Vize, Hull
    4:15 PM Collin Fellowship Prizewinner 2018 – “Incidence of eyelid melanoma”
    Mr. John Bladen
    London
    4:25 PM Collin Fellowship Prizewinner 2019 – “ULYSSes: the Universal LachrYmal Surgery System”
    Mr. Conor Malone
    Sligo
    4:35 PM
    BOPSS annual prize giving
    Mr. David Verity
    London
    4:40 PM Farewell and safe journey home!  
  • Keble College

    British OculoPlastic Surgery Society (BOPSS)
    c/o The Royal College of Ophthalmologists
    18 Stephenson Way
    GB - NW1 2HD London
    Tel.: +44 (0)20 7935 0702

  •  Registration required. For further information please contact the organizer.