Ophthalmology Conference: The Eye in Systemic Disease
5 CPD Approved
Join us for our inaugural Ophthalmology Conference where we will discuss and further our understanding of the eye in systemic disease.
This event has been changed to online only and will be proceeding as a fully digital event.
13.30 - 18.30 GMT
Join us for our inaugural Ophthalmology Conference where we will discuss and further our understanding of the eye in systemic disease. This one-day digital event will feature specialists in a wide scope of fields including ophthalmologists, neurologists, physicians and paediatricians.
Offering the opportunity for interdisciplinary discussion and learning, topics on the day will include giant cell arteritis, multiple sclerosis, orbital infections and orbital trauma. This event will be of interest to both ophthalmologists and non-ophthalmologists, as well as those in paediatrics, rheumatology, neurology, maxillofacial, ENT and general medicine.
View the full programme here
Aims and outcomes:
- Have an understanding of the clinical features, investigation (including TAB) and treatment of giant cell arteritis, including new modalities
- Appreciate how multiple sclerosis may present in the eye and have an overview of treatment
- Be able to recognise clinical manifestations of orbital infections and trauma in both adults and children and have an improved knowledge of treatment options
Join us remotely
The Ophthalmology Conference is a digital event, so you can attend remotely from the comfort of your home, workplace, or other location.
Everyone at the conference will have ample time for interdisciplinary discussion.
To consolidate your learning, we also record all the sessions and make them available for all registered delegates to watch again afterwards.