Agenda

9 September and 12 September (2 days)

Workshops by Moorfields Eye Hospital

EyeThrive: Ophthalmic leadership and management programme

EyeThrive Leadership course will provide clinical and non-clinical managers with the knowledge and skills to develop high performing teams.
This two-day course is led by Rashmi Mathew and Jummy Okoya. It includes interactive workshops and exercises that will provide you with the skills to achieve positive and inclusive leadership.

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount

16 September

Workshops by Moorfields Eye Hospital

Implementing a non-medical intravitreal injection service 

This course is for clinicians working in an ophthalmic or medical retina setting, focusing on the treatment of age-related macular degeneration, retinal vein occlusion and diabetic oedema.

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount

29 September

Workshops by Moorfields Eye Hospital

Eye Emergencies for the non-ophthalmologist

During this evening course health professional will get the knowledge, skills and confidence to evaluate and where appropriate manage common ocular ophthalmology emergencies.

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount

Tuesday October 4 – Monday October 11

WAEH 16th Annual Meeting

During the annual meetings members have the opportunity to collaborate and exchange information and knowledge about all kinds of topics. Good examples of this include improving the efficiency in the service given to patients and continuous development of patient pathways.

Since the establishment of the WAEH in 2007 in Rotterdam, the WAEH has had the opportunity to visit eyehospitals in Rotterdam and Leuven (2007), Singapore, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur (annual meeting 2008), Sweden, Finland and Estonia (annual meeting 2009), Melbourne and Jakarta (annual meeting 2010), in London and Leuven (annual meeting 2011), Seoul and Bangkok (2012), Mexico (2013), India and Dubai (2014), Singapore (2015), Rotterdam (2016), the 11thannual meeting was hosted by the Tianjin Medical University Eye Hospital in China (2017), the 12th by the Kellogg Eye Center from Ann Arbor, USA and the 13th annual meeting in London (2019).

In 2020 and 2021 we had a fully digital event due to Corona.

Location 2022: Baltimore & San Francisco, USA

8 October

Workshops by  Moorfields Eye Hospital

Oculoplastic nursing and allied professionals study day 

This course is designed to improve clinical practice and knowledge by highlighting new ways of working within this specialty. Discussing the management of various oculoplastic conditions and the role of nurses and other allied health professions in delivering an excellent service. The course will incorporate service audits, research findings of patients’ feedback and considers management perspective of the service direction.

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount

11 October

Workshops by  Moorfields Eye Hospital

Laser course for ophthalmic healthcare professionals

Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Institute of Ophthalmology are delighted to present the Laser course for ophthalmic healthcare professionals, targeted at clinicians involved in glaucoma and cataract care. The course will involve training in three laser procedures, Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT), YAG peripheral iridotomy (PI) and YAG capsulotomy. This course is aimed at optometrists, ophthalmic nurses, orthoptists or other ophthalmic healthcare professionals.

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount

16 November

Workshops by  Moorfields Eye Hospital

Ophthalmic course for community pharmacists

Moorfields Education has a new course, specifically for community pharmacists.
Community pharmacists play a vital role in screening patients, providing advice and first-line management when appropriate, as well as referring patients to hospital care. The course will give the community pharmacists the knowledge, skills and confidence in evaluating and where appropriate managing a range of common ophthalmic conditions presented to them.

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount

25 November

Workshops by  Moorfields Eye Hospital

Implementing a non-medical intravitreal injection service 

This course is for clinicians working in an ophthalmic or medical retina setting, focusing on the treatment of age-related macular degeneration, retinal vein occlusion and diabetic oedema.

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount

Past Events

July 7 – 2022

Communities of Practice
Global Communications & PR

Global Communications & PR
Are you a communications professional and working in an eyehospital?
Join the Communities of Practice Global Communications. This is a threemonthly meet up via zoom of one hour in which we share ideas, brainstorm about global PR, research interesting good practices of patient communications. Members: communication professionals working in eyehospitals worldwide.

Date: July 7 – 2022
Time: 12.00 NOON CEST

Want to join? Send an email to Maaike: maaike.vanzuilen@waeh.org

Monday 20th June

Workshops by
Moorfields Eye Hospital

The Moorfields Macula course

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount.

Monday 17th June

Workshops by
Moorfields Eye Hospital

Nurse-Led intravitreal injection course

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount.

Thursday June 9

Community of Practice for Nurses

Time: 12.00 noon CEST

Want to know more about education for nurses?
Please join our
Community of Practice for Nurses

#WAEH #nurse #nurseeducation

Monday 8th June

Workshops by
Moorfields Eye Hospital

Moorfields Cornea Meeting

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount.

Monday 23th May

Workshops by
Moorfields Eye Hospital

Clinical Electrophysiology of vision

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount.

Monday 6th May

Workshops by
Moorfields Eye Hospital

Dilemmas in Periocular Tumour Management

When using WAEH10 you will receive a 10% discount.

Thursday March 24

WAEH webinar: Nurse Education

Want to know more about education for nurses?

Please join our next webinar!

Date: 24 March 2022
Time: 12.00 noon CET

With the following keynotes:

Register here: https://lnkd.in/dzSV-TMN

#WAEH #nurse #nurseeducation

Wednesday 23 March

WAEH Project group – Medical Outcome set of Primary Retinal Detachment

Time: 11.00AM – 13.00PM CET (Central European Time) 

Members

Prof. Shaomin PENG, Lead of AIER Retina Team, Aier Eyehospital Group, China  
Prof. Gemmy Cheung Chui Ming, Singapore Nationale Eye Centre, Singapore
Prof. David Steel, Sunderland Eye Infirmary, United Kingdom 
A/Prof. Penelope Allen, Centre for Eye Research Australia, Australia 
Dr. Jacey Hongjie MA, retina doctor, Aier Eyehospital Group, China 
Dr. Marcos Rubio, Retina Division, King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital, Saudi Arabia
Adam Wenick, MD, PhD, Wilmer Eye Hospital, Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, USA

Leads:

  • Dr. Sonia Manning, Ophthalmologist The Rotterdam Eye Hospital, The Netherlands
  • Mrs. Michele van der Kemp, External Value Based Healthcare Expert
  • Mrs. Layla Teunissen, policymaker The Rotterdam Eye Hospital, The Netherlands

    Want to join this group? Send an email to Maaike van Zuilen: maaike.vanzuilen@waeh.org

    Online Course Aravind Eye Care  System I March 1 – 15, 2022

    Ophthalmic Instrument Maintenance

    SLIT LAMP | STREAK RETINOSCOPE | DIRECT OPHTHALMOSCOPE | INDIRECT OPHTHALMOSCOPE | OPERATING MICROSCOPE

    COURSE CONTENT

    • Instrument parts and functions
    • Care and Preventive maintenance
    • Troubleshooting techniques

    Six batches per year: Jan, Mar, May, July, Sep, Nov

    Next batch starts on 1st March 2022

    For enquiries, contact:

    Prof.N.Manickam

    manickam@aravind.org

    Wednesday February 23

    WAEH Project group – Medical Outcome set of Primary Retinal Detachment

    Time: 11.00AM – 12.30PM CET (Central European Time) 

    Members

    Prof. Shaomin PENG, Lead of AIER Retina Team, Aier Eyehospital Group, China  
    Prof. Gemmy Cheung Chui Ming, Singapore Nationale Eye Centre, Singapore
    Prof. David Steel, Sunderland Eye Infirmary, United Kingdom 
    A/Prof. Penelope Allen, Centre for Eye Research Australia, Australia 
    Dr. Jacey Hongjie MA, retina doctor, Aier Eyehospital Group, China 
    Dr. Marcos Rubio, Retina Division, King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital, Saudi Arabia
    Adam Wenick, MD, PhD, Wilmer Eye Hospital, Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, USA

    Leads:

    • Dr. Sonia Manning, Ophthalmologist The Rotterdam Eye Hospital, The Netherlands
    • Mrs. Michele van der Kemp, External Value Based Healthcare Expert
    • Mrs. Layla Teunissen, policymaker The Rotterdam Eye Hospital, The Netherlands

    Want to join this group? Send an email to Maaike van Zuilen: maaike.vanzuilen@waeh.org

    Thursday 24 February

    WAEH Communities of Practice

    Global Marketing & Communications

    Time: 13.00 CET

    Want to join this group? Send an email to Maaike van Zuilen: maaike.vanzuilen@waeh.org

    2-3 March 2022

    2030 In Sight LIVE!

    ‘2030 In Sight live’ is the IAPB event we have all been waiting for—an opportunity for us to meet, discuss, and share our plans to implement the new 2030 In Sight strategy. This hybrid event (both in-person and virtual) will be IAPB’s premier event for 2022 and is an opportunity for the IAPB membership and our partners in and outside the eye health sector to meet. 
     
    The event presents us with an opportunity to reboot the IAPB Council of Members and update it for the future. With a new format, a new agenda, and a new set of priorities, ‘2030 In Sight live’ showcases what the next ten years will begin to look like. Come and join us in Dubai during 2-3 March 2022, and together we can shape our future.

    In line with our newly announced sectoral strategy 2030 In Sight, we will focus on three core areas: Elevate, Integrate, and Activate.

    In partnership with Noor Dubai.

    Wednesday February 9 

    WAEH Project group – Medical Outcome set of Primary Retinal Detachment

    Time: 11.00AM – 13.00PM CET (Central European Time) 

    Members

    Prof. Shaomin PENG, Lead of AIER Retina Team, Aier Eyehospital Group, China  
    Prof. Gemmy Cheung Chui Ming, Singapore Nationale Eye Centre, Singapore
    Prof. David Steel, Sunderland Eye Infirmary, United Kingdom 
    A/Prof. Penelope Allen, Centre for Eye Research Australia, Australia 
    Dr. Jacey Hongjie MA, retina doctor, Aier Eyehospital Group, China 
    Dr. Marcos Rubio, Retina Division, King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital, Saudi Arabia
    Adam Wenick, MD, PhD, Wilmer Eye Hospital, Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, USA

    Leads:

    • Dr. Sonia Manning, Ophthalmologist The Rotterdam Eye Hospital, The Netherlands
    • Mrs. Michele van der Kemp, External Value Based Healthcare Expert
    • Mrs. Layla Teunissen, policymaker The Rotterdam Eye Hospital, The Netherlands

    Agenda

    • Introduction Round – WAEH International Working Group Primary Retinal Detachment 
    • Introduction WAEH
    • Value Based Healthcare & Outcomes – the theory in brief (+ quick example of an ICHOM set)
    • Roadmap in designing the Standard Outcome Set for Primary Retinal Detachment: our sessions, things to do & planning
    • Coffee break
    • Brainstorm on outcomes and literature review
    • Next steps – Google survey ‘homework’

    Want to join this group? Send an email to Maaike van Zuilen: maaike.vanzuilen@waeh.org

    January 23 – 29, 2022 | LAICO | Madurai

    Management Priorities in Eye Care Delivery for Heads of Eye Hospitals

    This course covers the following topics:

    • Increasing patient volumes
    • Sustainable outreach mechanisms
    • Designing for comprehensive eye care
    • Efficient operations
    • Building effective teams
    • Quality assurance
    • Patient-centered care
    • Financial management
    • Effective leadership and strategic management

    This course is designed for medical and non-medical professionals who are in the senior management and leadership positions of eye hospitals or eye departments. Over the last 19 batches this annual course has trained over 479 eye care leaders from 41 countries.

    10th December 2021 – Friday

    WAEH WEBINAR

    >>> Moved to 2022 (date will be announced soon) <<<

    Schwartz Rounds: The wider impact on people’s lives following the Covid 19 pandemic

    Hosted by The WAEH

    Time: 14.00 Central European Time
    Moderator: Maaike van Zuilen
    Presenters: to be announced

    November 12-19 2021

    IAPB – webinar Focus on Diabetes

    The number of people living with diabetes is expected to rise to 578 million by 2030. Approximately 1 in 3 people with diabetes have some degree of Diabetic Retinopathy and 1 in 10 are at risk of developing sight threatening complications due to the disease.

    From November 12-19, the Focus on Diabetes programme of the IAPB aims to raise the profile and agenda of Diabetic Eye Disease. The theme for the Focus on Diabetes programme is, “Access to Care”. The IAPB will be offering a global webinar in addition to three regional webinars, and expert opinions all through the week.

    The regional webinars are from Monday, 15 November to Wednesday, 17 November and the global webinar is scheduled on Thursday, 18 November. Please click here to know more about the program.

    The Focus on Diabetes Programme is supported by Bayer, Vision Academy, and DR Barometer, and the key partners of this programme are International Federation on Ageing (IFA) and International Diabetes Federation (IDF).

    25 November 2021 – Thursday

    Theme: Communications in Eyehospitals worldwide

    Hosted by The WAEH

    Time: 13.00 Central European Time
    Moderator: Maaike van Zuilen
    Presenters: Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, Melbourne, Australia

    14 October 2021 – Thursday

    Webinar: Impact of BIG data on Eyecare?

    Hosted by The WAEH

    Register now

    Time: 13.00 Central European Time

    Moderator: Maaike van Zuilen
    Presenters: Aier Eye Hospital Group (China) and more

    8 September 2021

    Looking far and beyond – Learning from other industries and from our peers

    Hosted by The WAEH

    Date: Wednesday 8 September
    Time annual meeting: 13.00 –  15.00 CET (Stockholm time)

    Time member meeting: 15.00 – 15.30PM CET

    Hosts

    Read more here

    24 June 2021 – Thursday

    Webinar: Pediatric Eye Care – Coping with The Covid Pandemic in Eye Hospitals worldwide

    Hosted by The WAEH


    Time: 

    • 08:00 AM Ann Arbor, Baltimore
    • 13.00 PM London
    • 14.00 PM Stockholm, Rotterdam
    • 21.00 PM – Singapore, Kuala Lumpur
    • 00.00 AM – Melbourne

    Moderator: Maaike van Zuilen

    Co-moderator: Dr. Christine C. Nelson, MD, FACS from the Kellogg Eye Center, Board member of the WAEH

    Speaker(s): Dr. Pamela Williams – Pediatric Ophthalmologist & Dr. Megan E. Collins, MD, MPH – Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology

    20 May 2021 – Thursday

    Webinar: Education in Eye Hospitals

    Hosted by The WAEH

    Patient Centered Design
    “Moorfields Education has designed six educational experiences to empower patients living with AMD, glaucoma and uveitis. 

    Marcus Pedersen is the learning technologist for Moorfields Eye Hospital and has overseen the development of this project. 

    And meet our new members from Maastricht – The Netherlands and Chicago – USA!

    Register here
    Suggestions or ideas about interesting and important eyecare and eye hospital topics and themes are welcome and can also be submitted via the Registration form. Welcome!!

    Time:

    • 05.00 AM CDT – Chicago, Illinois (U.S.A.)
    • 11.00 AM BST – London (UK)
    • 12.00 AM CEST – Rotterdam (The Netherlands) 
    • 6.00 PM SGT – Singapore

    Moderator: Maaike van Zuilen
    Speaker(s): Marcus Pedersen, Carroll Webers and Paul Chan

    6 May 2021 – Thursday

    30 April 2021 – Friday

    Webinar: Schwartz Rounds – ‘Living on the Frontline’

    Hosted by The WAEH

    Time: 

    • 7.00 AM CST – Mexico City (Mexico) 
    • 8.00 AM EDT – New York, Ann Arbor (USA) 
    • 8.00 AM CLST – Santiago (Chile) 
    • 1.00 PM BST – London (UK)
    • 2.00 PM CEST – Rotterdam (The Netherlands) 
    • 2.00 PM CEST – Stockholm (Sweden)
    • 7.00 PM WIB – Jakarta (Indonesia)
    • 8.00 PM SGT – Singapore
    • 8.00 PM MYT – Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
    • 10.00 PM AEDT – Melbourne (Australia)

    What are Schwartz Rounds?
    Schwartz Rounds provide a structured forum where all staff, clinical and non-clinical, come together to discuss the emotional and social aspects of working in healthcare. Rounds can help staff feel more supported in their jobs, allowing them the time and space to reflect on their roles. Register here.

    Moderator: Maaike van Zuilen

    Panelists:
    Tracy Siggins from The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (Melbourne, Australia), Dr. Fatemeh Rajaii and Dr. Meghan Berkenstock from Wilmer Eye Institute / Johns Hopkins (Baltimore, U.S.A.) and Alexander Ionides from Moorfields Eye Hospital (London, United Kingdom) will share their experiences and personal stories with us.

    Organized by the Moorfields Schwartz Team:
    Anita Aubrey, Andy Dwyer, Tadas Dominaitis, Margaret McNamara, Ian Tombleson, Rashmi Mathew, Ruth Ball

    1 – 30 April 2021

    Course: Management Training and Systems Development for Hospital Administrators / Managers

    Hosted by Aravind Eye Hospital

    This one month course equips the participants with the knowledge and tools required for effective administration of an eye hospital – an understanding of the various departments of an eye hospital, exposure to management systems and best practices. Register here

    27 April 2021 – Tuesday

    Presentation: “Integral clinical management model”

    Path to Excellence in Ophthalmological Quality and Safety

    Hosted by Clínica Oftalmológica Pasteur:


    Time: 

    • 4.00 PM CST – Mexico City (Mexico)
    • 6.00 PM EDT – New York, Ann Arbor (USA)
    • 7.00 PM CLST – Santiago (Chile)
    • 12.00 PM BST – London (UK)
    • 1.00 AM CEST – Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
    • 1.00 AM CEST – Stockholm (Sweden)
    • 6.00 AM WIB – Jakarta (Indonesia)
    • 7.00 AM SGT – Singapore
    • 7.00 AM MYT – Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
    • 10.00 AM AEDT – Melbourne (Australia)

    Sign up here

    22 April 2021 – Thursday

    Conference: Medicine and Me: Living with age-related macular degeneration

    Hosted by The Royal Society of Medicine and Action Against Age-Related Macular Degeneration

    Time: 

    • 6:00pm – 7:30pm BST
    • Price: Free

    Action Against AMD and the Royal Society of Medicine bring together patient and clinician perspectives to review and discuss current and future approaches to diagnosis and treatment of AMD, in light of an increased understanding of the biology, genetics and epidemiology.

    Key speakers:

    • Dr Wen Hwa Lee, CEO, Action Against Age-Related Macular Degeneration
    • Dr Pearse Keane, UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, Institute of Ophthalmology, UCL and Consultant Ophthalmologist, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    • Ms Dawn Sim, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Director of Telemedicine at Moorfields Eye Hospital, and Associate Professor at UCL Institute of Ophthalmology

    Register here

    22 April 2021 – Thursday

    Webinar: Robotic Eye Surgery

    Hosted by The WAEH


    Time: 

    • 7.00 AM CST – Mexico City (Mexico) 
    • 9.00 AM EDT – New York, Ann Arbor (USA) 
    • 10.00 AM CLST – Santiago (Chile) 
    • 2.00 PM BST – London (UK)
    • 3.00 PM CEST – Rotterdam (The Netherlands) 
    • 3.00 PM CEST – Stockholm (Sweden)
    • 8.00 PM WIB – Jakarta (Indonesia)
    • 9.00 PM SGT – Singapore
    • 9.00 PM MYT – Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
    • 12.00 PM AEDT – Melbourne (Australia)

                Register here
                Suggestions or ideas about interesting and important eyecare and eye hospital topics and themes are welcome and can also be submitted via the Registration form. Welcome!!

                Moderator: Maaike van Zuilen, Global Lead of the WAEH / Support Team
                Co-moderator: James Tsai, M.D., M.B.A. – President of the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary

                Speakers from: New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, Triemli City Hospital and Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary

                25 March 2021 – Thursday

                Webinar: Organising an Intravitreal Injection Facility

                Hosted by The WAEH, with Speakers from Moorfields Eye Hospital, London (UK)



                Time: 

                • 07:00 AM – Ann Arbor, Baltimore
                • 11.00 AM – London
                • 12.00 AM – Stockholm, Rotterdam
                • 19.00 PM – Singapore, Kuala Lumpur
                • 22.00 PM – Melbourne

                In these extremely challenging and difficult times, Ophthalmology teams all around the globe, have worked extremely hard to deliver ophthalmology care to their patients, in the safest and most innovative ways.

                The Moorfields South Division team
                At Moorfields, the South Division Team, responsible for the Ophthalmology services for Moorfields in the South London area, have demonstrated extraordinary resilience by creating a new Injection Facility for their High Risk MR patients that needed to have their intravitreal injections.

                The Moorfields Team will share their experience and how they managed to organize an Injection Facility in just 5 days! Register here.

                Moderator: Maaike van Zuilen
                Speakers: The Moorfields South Division Team

                7 – 13 March 2021

                World Glaucoma Week 2021

                With The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness

                IAPB Logo

                IAPB’s Focus On Glaucoma initiative will take place for the third year running during World Glaucoma Week (7-13 March 2021).

                IAPB will be partnering with international organisations and experts in glaucoma care from around the world to draw a spotlight on the fourth leading cause of blindness. “Focus On Glaucoma” will mark the week with a series of activities: including four regional webinars, blog posts – and a live event in Australia!

                Click here for full details of the week’s activities, and to download promotional material to use during your own World Glaucoma Week campaign.

                Moorfields online course about Children’s Eyecare!

                3 March 2021

                Hosted by Moorfields Education
                logo moorfields education

                The course is available from 3 March 2021

                Children’s Eyes: An Introduction
                Healthcare providers/staff who mainly provide services for adults, and only occasionally see children, often do not feel confident to interact with children with eye/vision problems and their families. This course aims to introduce the learner to the basic concepts of paediatric ophthalmology, in order to give them confidence when approaching children.

                The course aims to:

                • support clinicians/clinic staff who wish to develop their skills and build their confidence when working with infants and children
                • support clinicians’ awareness of vision screening programmes, normal/abnormal development of eyes and vision, developmental and acquired eye/vision conditions in children, and the holistic need of the child with sight problems and their family
                • introduce clinicians to common eye conditions in children and to enable them to make appropriate referral decisions for infants and children

                Read more about this course, requirements and how to register here

                 

                16 February 2021

                First WAEH Board Member Meeting of 2021

                18 February 2021

                Webinar: The Patient Voice

                Hosted by The WAEH

                Moderator: Maaike van Zuilen

                Time: 

                • 06:00 AM Ann Arbor, Baltimore
                • 11.00 AM London
                • 12.00 AM Stockholm, Rotterdam
                • 19.00 PM – Singapore, Kuala Lumpur
                • 22.00 PM – Melbourne


                Patient Storytelling at Meetings
                Renee Chmielewski, Manager Planning & Patient Experience, The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, Melbourne, Australia

                Evaluation of the patient experience within the Glaucoma and Medical Retina Services; the challenges associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic
                Sana Hamid, Moorfields Eye Hospital, United Kingdom

                The voice of the patient in times of COVID-19 Pasteur ophthalmology clinic
                Dr. Jaime Zacharias, Clínica Oftalmológica Pasteur, Chile

                Register via this form
                Suggestions or ideas about interesting and important Eyecare topics and themes are welcome!

                Is your organization an Eye Hospital and would you like to join The World Association of Eye Hospitals? Let us know via the Registration form

                31 January 2021

                Webinar: Infectious Scleritis

                Hosted by WAEH Associate member OrBis

                Orbis Logo

                Infectious Scleritis: Difficulties in Diagnosis and Management, with Dr. Somasheila Murthy

                Sunday, January 31 2021: 09:30 UTC

                Scleritis is a rare but grave inflammatory disorder. Although a majority of these cases are immune mediated, a smaller minority are due to infections of the sclera. The two conditions closely mimic each other, and knowledge of the differences aids in rapid diagnosis. If untreated these cases often have poor outcomes, both due to tissue destruction and also due to propagation of the infection with corticosteroids which may have been started for presumed immune mediated scleritis. In this webinar, we present the clinical features, etiological agents, and the differentiating features between immune and infectious scleritis. We also present diagnostic and management guidelines for managing scleral infection.

                What do I need to attend the webinar? 
                A computer, tablet or smartphone with an Internet connection is required. A link to join the presentation will be sent by email after you register.

                What if I cannot attend because of the time? 

                If you register for the webinar, you will receive an email 24 hours later with a link to the recording whether you joined the webinar or not.

                Who can attend?
                All eye health professionals are welcome to attend. Register here

                27 January 2021

                Webinar: Conducting Clinical Trials in an Ophthalmic Setting

                Hosted by WAEH Associate member OrBis

                Orbis Logo

                Conducting Clinical Trials in an Ophthalmic Setting, With Dr. Jason Chin

                Wednesday, January 27 2021: 14:00 UTC.

                This live webinar will discuss performing clinical trials in an ophthalmic practice. Presented in this talk will be a brief overview of the global perspective of clinical trials occurring around the world, the benefits of conducting clinical trials and why you might want to consider doing clinical trials, and a review of what is needed to establish clinical trials in your practice or ophthalmic setting.

                What do I need to attend the webinar? 
                A computer, tablet or smartphone with an Internet connection is required. A link to join the presentation will be sent by email after you register.

                What if I cannot attend because of the time? 
                If you register for the webinar, you will receive an email 24 hours later with a link to the recording whether you joined the webinar or not.

                Who can attend?
                All eye health professionals are welcome to attend. Register here

                21 January 2021

                Different models of Eye Care – From Satellites to Community Outreach

                Speaker: An Ly

                An Ly       

                First webinar of 2021! An Ly from the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital will tell you more about: An Orthoptist’s role in establishing an Ophthalmology Clinic at the Victorian Aboriginal Health Services

                After the webinar about Different models of Eye Care – From Satellites to Community Outreach the Member Meeting will take place. 

                Thursday 21 January 2021
                Time: 

                • 06:00 AM Ann Arbor, Baltimore
                • 11.00 AM London
                • 12.00 AM Stockholm, Rotterdam
                • 19.00 PM – Singapore, Kuala Lumpur
                • 22.00 PM – Melbourne

                Lean on Me – Online Schwartz Round

                3 december 2020

                WAEH Annual meeting – Virtual!

                14 & 15 October 2020
                11& 12 November 2020

                Thursday 5 November 2020

                World Sight Day

                Webinar | Patient Enucleation Education

                September  3, 2020

                Webinar | Learning Lessons from COVID-19 – How to Future Proof Our Eye Hospitals

                September 3, 2020

                August 2020

                Holiday Season – webinars

                e-Meet session with Maaike van Zuilen

                July 23, 2020

                Webinar | What is the Impact of this Pandemic on Our People?

                July 9

                Webinar | Presentación Protocolos de Atención Clínica en Ambiente Covid-19

                June 29, 2020

                Webinar | Covid-19 and Innovation in the Macular Services

                June 25, 2020

                Webinar | How COVID has impacted Academic Missions

                June 11, 2020

                Webinars IAPB

                May 20, 2020

                Webinars IAPB

                May 19, 2020

                Certificate Course on Community Outreach and Social Marketing of Eye Care Service

                June 11 – 30, 2020 | LAICO, Madurai

                Certificate Course on ‘Maintenance of Ophthalmic Instruments and Equipment’

                6 batches a year – Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct & Dec at Aravind Eye Hospital, Madurai

                Management Training and Systems Development for Eye Hospital Administrators/Managers

                April 1st – 30th, 2020

                Management Training for Eye Care Programme Managers

                January 29 – February 11, 2020 LAICO, Madurai

                Certificate course in Project Management for Eye Care

                September 02 – 16, 2019 LAICO | Aravind Eye Care System, Madurai

                Management Training for Eye Care Programme Managers

                January 31 – February 13, 2019
                LAICO, Madurai

                Short term training in Management of Retinopathy of Prematurity and Pediatric Retinal Disorders

                Management Training and Systems Development for Eye Hospital Administrators/Managers (3)

                April 4th – May 1st, 2019

                Short term training in Management of Retinopathy of Prematurity and Pediatric Retinal Disorders

                August 16 – Sep 12, 2018

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