Events organised or sponsored by Welsh Ophthalmic Trainees Society

The Welsh Ocular Trauma Course 10th February 2017

The Welsh Ophthalmic A+E Course 14th January 2017

Organised by Dr.Dana Ahnood and Dr.Simerdip Kaur

2nd Frcophth Part 2 Mock Exam - UHW, Cardiff 29th October 2016 

a.      Audience: frcophth candidates for part 2 exam Nov 2016 

See link for details.

Supported by Alcon (Representative: Jayne Lloyd-lewis)

Enucleation Wet Lab on animal eyes - Singleton Hospital, Swansea 28th October 2016

a.      Audience: junior doctors

This was an exciting learning opportunity to perform an enucleation off a cadaver(porcine).  This was supervised by our Oculoplastics/Orbits consultants and proved to be a great way to learn how to do a procedure that is increasingly becoming more uncommon. 

Organised by Dr. Amy-lee Shirodkar

Supported by Allergan (Representative: Guy Osborne)

Ophthalmology Teaching for medical students 2016/2017 – Cardiff Uni C21 Teaching

to held over 6 weeks spaced throughout the year.
Registrars from all levels will be volunteering to teach granting them good experience in formal clinical teaching

 Case Presentation Competition by Rajkumar and Amylee 29th Jan 2016 - Bridgend

a.      Sponsored part of the prize money

b.       Winner: Alexander Chiu 

 1st Frcophth part 2 Mock exam – Singleton hospital, Swansea 31st October 2015

a.      Audience: frcophth candidates for part 2 exam Nov 2015

b.      Outcome: good feedback, worth doing again for every exam cycle

South Wales foundation in ophthalmology course 21/09/15 – Singleton hospital

a.      Audience: Medical Students/Foundation doctors

b.      Objectives: 1. Slit lamp examination 2. Ocular anatomy 3. Pupils, motility and fields examination. 4. Visual fields interpretation

"Introduction to Microsurgical Skills" for foundation doctors and medical students- Royal Glamorgan Hospital 24th October 2013

a.     Audience: Foundation doctors/Medical Students

b.     learning how to operate under a microscope, suture tie using 10.0 sutures, lid repair, corneal repair, making a corneal wound and performing capsulorrhexis on a model eye 

c.    this was an excellent opportunity for junior doctors or senior medical students who were picking up an interest in ophthalmology and wanted to learn and experience microsurgery without having to pay hefty course fees. This free half day event was taught by registrars.

Events for the future

           Potential events

1.      Duke elder revision course for Cardiff and Swansea medical students?

For any suggestions, or queries: please email