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Congress 2022

The Ulverscroft David Owen Award 2022

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists is delighted to announce the opening of the Ulverscroft David Owen Award 2022, a continuation of the Ulverscroft David Owen Awards. The Ulverscroft Foundation gives financial help to Universities that research the causes of eye diseases; funds eye clinics, hospitals, schools, libraries and other organisations which help visually impaired people. Since

The Royal College of Ophthalmologist’s Academic Sub-committee opens applications for the 2022 Nettleship Medal

The Nettleship Medal is a prestigious award established on Mr Edward Nettleship’s retirement from practice in 1901. A fund was inaugurated by his friends and pupils with the object of founding an Edward Nettleship Prize for the encouragement of scientific ophthalmic work. The 2022 Nettleship Medal A silver-gilt medal and cheque for £500.00 are awarded

RCOphth Annual Congress 2022 – Call for sessions

The College is planning a hybrid Congress for 2022, to be held live at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC), Glasgow and simultaneously live streamed from 23 to 26 May. Suggestions for parallel sessions The Scientific Committee are looking for suggestions for parallel sessions. These are 60, 90 or 120 minutes long and will take place