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25 March 2021 Webinar | Organising an Intravitreal Injection Facility

2021-09-24 10:11:13

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

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. This happened during April 2020, when all of the sudden they lost access to their facilities due to the first wave response.

Organising an Injection Facility in 5 days!

The team worked above and beyond by identifying, certifying, stratifying their patient lists  and organising an injection facility in just 5 working days! Needless to say that this was a monumental task having in mind the strict framework and regulations that UK has on Intravitreal Injections Rooms and practice.

During this webinar, The Moorfields team will share their experience with their colleagues around the World and possibly help you with their experience!

Date: Thursday 25 March
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

Register

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!! Register here

Moderator: Maaike van Zuilen

Speaker(s): The Moorfields South Division Team

Mr. William Tucker BMBS BSc FRCOphth
Divisional Director – Moorfields South Division
South West London Ophthalmology Lead
Consultant Ophthalmologist for Uveitis, Medical Retina & Clinical Research

Dawn Sim
Director of Telemedicine and consultant Ophthalmologist

Michael Tabi
Lead Pharmacist – Satellite Services and Contracts
Pharmacy Department

Dr. Marko Lukic, FEBO
Locum Consultant Ophthalmologist and co-lead of virtual clinics in South Division and Medical Retina tutor at University College of London

Christos Tsounis
Registered Nurse – BN – MSHCM
Divisional Head of Nursing – South Division
South West London Ophthalmology Lead Nurse

Gavin Kissoondeeal
Advance Nurse Specialist and South Division IVT Lead

Date: 1 March 2021

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