Category: Society News

EuLDP Alumni Update

Posted on 15th June 2020 in Society News, YO News

Dr David Lockington, EuLDP Alumni, shares his motivation for “Making ocular surgery safer through simulation” through creating a modern simulation training facility at the Tennent Institute of Ophthalmology in Glasgow, Scotland. This was his leadership development project for the SOE EuLDP programme 2017-2019. SOE congratulate Dr Lockington on this achievement.

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SOE 2021

Posted on 11th June 2020 in Society News, Uncategorized

SOE 2021 – A truly comprehensive Ophthalmology meeting, delivering a world class scientific programme. The Scientific Programme is well underway, and the following topics will be covered:Cataract and RefractiveCornea, External EyeEducationElectrophysiologyGlaucomaMultidisciplinaryNeuro-OphthalmologyOculoplasticsOncology & PathologyPaediatric Ophthalmology & StrabismusRetinaUveitis YO Lounge and activitiesBuilding on the success of the YO Lounge and activities at SOE 2019, SOE YO activities at

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Interview with Anthony Khawaja

Posted on 20th May 2020 in Society News, YO News

The Ophthalmologist Power List 2020 series continues with Anthony Khawaja, Director of the SOE EuLDP Programme. He reveals his motivations, the most rewarding aspects of his career and his views on the future of ophthalmology. Read the full interview here:… #glaucoma #ophthalmologist

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SOE Educational Grants Live

Posted on 05th May 2020 in Society News, YO News

Applications for SOE 2021 Educational and Teacher grants are now open via the links below.  Applications accepted until 30 September 2020. For full details on SOE Grants go to Apply for an Educational Grant Apply for a Teacher Grant

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EMYO 2020 Postponed

Posted on 22nd April 2020 in Society News, Uncategorized, YO News

EMYO POSTPONEMENT TO JANUARY 30 & 31, 2021 Last week the National Security Council of Belgium has decided that no major major events can take place until August 31, 2020. Following this statement and the general guidelines regarding COVID-19, and with the well-being of attendees, partners and staff as our number one priority, we have decided

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