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College Roles

Are you the next Chair of our International Medical Graduates (IMG) Sub-committee?

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists act as a sponsoring body for International Medical Graduates (IMG) who wish to spend time undertaking part of their training in ophthalmology in the United Kingdom. The College established a Dual Sponsorship Scheme in April 1994 to enable International Medical Graduates of exceptional ability to come to the UK for

We are recruiting a Staff and Associate Specialist (SAS) Ophthalmologists Group Chair

The Staff and Associate Specialist (SAS) Ophthalmologists Group (SAS Group) is an integral to the work of the College supporting members in Staff Grade, Associate Specialist, Specialty Doctor (SAS) and other non-consultant non-training grades. It has a voice on all major College Committees to represent SAS ophthalmologists’ opinions to the College. About the role Lead

RCOphth recruiting for Lay Advisory Group members

It is an interesting time to be involved in ophthalmology. There are many new initiatives and the pace of change is quickening. The RCOphth seeks new members to join its Lay Advisory Group, an integral part of the College which advises the Council and meets four times a year. Members are expected to serve on

Important roles available on the Education Committee

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists is currently recruiting for several important new roles for the Education Committee. The education and healthcare environment has changed rapidly in recent years, creating many new opportunities for ophthalmology and the education services that the RCOphth provides to our members. To meet these changes, the Education Committee is developing working

RCOphth recruiting for Editor in Chief of Eye Journal

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists is recruiting for the important post of Editor in Chief for our journal Eye.  As the figurehead of the journal, he/she is responsible for driving the strategic direction and promotion of the journal in collaboration with the RCOphth’s Scientific Committee, the Editorial Board and publisher Springer Nature. We are looking