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Advanced Cornea and Oculoplastics Course
16th-17th March 2017

A two-day intensive update on modern-day Corneal and Oculoplastic surgery. Delivered by means of small group tuition and hands on assessment of our patients. Candidates will receive a comprehensive Course folder, which will prove invaluable for future reference.

This course is organised in the Corneo Plastic Unit & Eye Bank of the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, West Sussex.

THE PROGRAMME SHOWN ON THESE PAGES ARE FOR 2016 - THE 2017 PROGRAMME WILL BE FINALISED SOON

PRINTABLE VERSION OF THE FLYER IS AVAILABLE HERE ยป

Faculty

Mr Raman Malhotra, FRCOphth
Consultant Ophthalmologist & Oculoplastic Surgeon

Web site: www.ramanmalhotra.com

Course director
Mr Damian Lake MB,ChB(Glas), FRCOphth
Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Course director
Mr Samer Hamada MD, MSc,DO (Hons), FRCSEd, FRCOphth
Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Course director
Mr Andre Litwin, FRCSEd, MD, FACP, FACS
Consultant Ophthalmologist &
Oculoplastic Surgeon QVH

Mr Sheraz M Daya, FRCSEd, MD, FACP, FACS
Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
Centre for Sight

Honorary Course Director

Topics - Cornea

  • Refractive Surgery introduction
  • Microbial Keratitis
  • Lamellar Keratoplasty: DSAEK, DMEK and DALK
  • Keratoprosthesis
  • Keratoconus

 

Topics - Oculoplastics

  • Watery Eye
  • Ptosis
  • Entropion and Ectropion
  • Periocular Malignancy
  • Orbital Imaging
  • Thyroid Orbitopathy

 

Course fee

£500, which includes lunch, course dinner and overnight accommodation on 16th March 2016

Contact

Jackie Walker, Team Leader, Corneo Plastic Unit, Queen Victoria Hospital, Holtye Road, East Grinstead, West Sussex, RH19 3DZ.

Tel: 01342 414578 - Email: Jackie.walker@qvh.nhs.uk

Latest Feedback

Dear Raman,

I just want to thank you not only for the great quality of the course you organised but also for the inspiring words of future career and commitment to improvement you used during your lecture, I found it really touching. This personally helped me to re-focus on what my passion is and on the determination to achieve it.

Today I received the article (CADS grading scale: towards better grading of ophthalmic involvement in facial nerve paralysis) you published last year to review the topic and I hope to discuss it with my colleagues in our department and maybe adopt some changes in our practice. Unfortunately, my main interest is Cornea but, if I were a fellow, I would feel honoured to have an excellent teacher as you.

Kind regards,

Francesco