Every month we host two Virtual Clinics – a series of webinars bringing you closer to the experts. We are joined by experts in macular disease who discuss the latest in treatments and research and answer your questions.
The first of our Virtual Clinics takes place on the third Tuesday of every month at 7pm, with a focus on topics for patients with age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
On Tuesday 20 April we will be joined by Tunde Peto from Queen's University, Belfast who will discuss pollution and AMD.
Working age focus
The other Virtual Clinic, which takes place on the last Thursday of every month, focuses more specifically on different macular conditions and issues affecting anyone of working age.
On Thursday 29 April, we will be joined by Mariya Moosajee from Moorfields who will discuss CBS in Children and GeneVision.
Catch up on our previous Virtual Clinics
Follow the links below.
How can eye clinics improve AMD services?
Leading AMD specialist, Martin McKibbin, talks about a new initiative to improve hospital eye care services.
Research into Best disease
Dr Amanda Carr updates on her project to switch off a faulty gene in Best disease.
The Role of Genetics and AMD
Alasdair Warwick discussed the role genetics plays in AMD.
Participating in Clinical Research
Christiana Dinah discusses the latest in research and the importance of participating in medical research.
Charles Bonnet Syndrome
Leading expert on visual hallucinations talks about the latest advice and developments in treatment for Charles Bonnet Syndrome.
Dry AMD and the potential for treatments
Clare Bailey from Bristol Eye Hospital discusses the potential treatments on the horizon for dry AMD.
Eye clinics during and after coronavirus
Consultant ophthalmologist Robin Hamilton looks at how the coronavirus has changed the future of eye care services.
Myopic macular degeneration
Professor Jeremy Guggenheim gives a presentation on Myopia and Myopic Maculopathy.
What is a Certificate of Visual Impairment and how can it help me?
Macular specialist, Declan Flanagan, who is the director of the CVI programme nationally talks about the history of the CVI, as well as how it started and why.
Eat for your eyes
Dr Hannah Barlett from Aston University discusses the latest in nutrition and AMD.
MyEyeSite Project Webinar
Join Andrew Webster (UCL and Moorfields Eye Hospital), Nick Nettleton (Loft Digital), and Rosie Gilbert (Moorfields Eye Hospital) talking about the MyEyeSite Project.