Welcome to Oxford Eye Surgery

Oxford Eye Surgery aims to provide assistance to trainees, fellows and specialists through education, observation and hands on training. We also provide resources and information to support and facilitate professional development for ophthalmologists throughout their careers. This website provides useful information on the training and development related to ophthalmology and also has tips for people at all stages of their training including medical school.

Education : E-Learning Topics

GLAUCOMA MANAGEMENT
This may be surprising to most people, but the definition of glaucoma has now moved away from the inclusion of intra-ocular pressure. Glaucoma is now considered a multi-factorial optic neuropathy, with accelerated loss of optic nerve fibres.
FUN FACTS
Did you know fun facts about Pseudoexfoliation, Brimonidine, VF defect, Gonioscopy, Retinal surgery and glaucoma, Prostaglandin analogues, Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors, MMC, ICE, Anton’s iridectomy, Mannitol & Posner Schlossman
EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE
Evidence based approach - With the advent of numerous diagnostic techniques and therapeutic interventions, one needs to critically evaluate and validate them by appropriate methods before adopting them into day-to-day patient care.

The Oxford Medical Glaucoma (OMG!) and Anterior Segment Meeting

We are pleased to invite you to attend the Oxford Medical Glaucoma Meeting (OMG!) & Anterior Segment Meeting. The meeting will unite the brightest minds in ophthalmology to discuss and debate some of the greatest topics in the field.

Date – Friday 3rd July 2020
Venue – Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter (550)
Woodstock Road, Oxford
OX2 6GG
Time – 08:30 AM – 04:30 PM


Canceled due to COVID-19 Outbreak

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All the student & Doctors can come and read all our meeting updates given in the calendar.

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  • International Conference on Ophthalmology
    All day
    2019.06.14-2019.06.15

    Wadham College, Oxford University

    Wadham College, Oxford University

    Dear Mr., Gurjeet Jutley,

    Greetings!!

    We would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your scientific contribution to 2nd International
    Conference on Ophthalmology: Clinical & Surgical Practices that will be held from June 14-15 at
    London, UK.

    On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we would like to inform you that the abstract titled
    ‘‘Implementing minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) in a large Tertiary Hospital: our
    experience in Oxford” has been accepted by our review committee for oral presentation at
    Clinical Ophthalmology 2019.

    The Clinical Ophthalmology initiated by Editors – International Journal of Ophthalmic Pathology,
    Journal of Surgery & Clinical Practice will offer you an unforgettable experience in exploring new
    opportunities.

    Kindly register yourself to confirm your participation for Clinical Ophthalmology 2019.
    We look forward to seeing you in London, UK.
    For more details about Clinical Ophthalmology 2019; kindly visit,
    https://www.meetingsint.com/conferences/clinicalophthalmology/registration

    With Thanks,
    Olivia Eleanor
    Conference Manager
    Meetings International Pte Ltd
    Phone: +65-31080483
    E-mail: clinicalophthalmology@annualmeetings.net

    Disclaimer: This letter of acceptance is to attend Clinical Ophthalmology 2019 only

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