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BOPSS face to face in Manchester: 15th -17th June 2022 – NEW VENUE

BOPSS face to face in Manchester: 15th -17th June 2022 - NEW VENUE BOPSS is looking forward to its first face to face meeting in over two years! Please note that the meeting will now take place at the Kimpton Clocktower Hotel, Oxford Street, Manchester, M60 7HA. The reception will take place at the Cloud Bar, Hilton Hotel, and gala dinner at the Manchester Art Gallery as previously advertised. Please note that this is a face to face meeting and...

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International Symposium on Wartime Ophthalmic Trauma

BOPSS is proud to provide partnership support to the first on-line International Symposium on Wartime Ophthalmic Trauma, organised by ASOPRS. The meeting is on May 7, 2022, with costs generously covered by ASOPRS. It will be a 2-hour session starting at 5pm CEST (8am PST / 4pm BST / 5pm CEST / IST 2030). The registration link is HERE and we encourage our members to join this inaugural meeting.

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BOPSS 2022, Manchester. 15th – 17th June 2022

Save the date. BOPSS face to face in Manchester: 15th -17th June 2022 BOPSS is looking forward to its first face to face meeting in over two years! The team at Manchester have put together a fantastic programme with some excellent speakers for us. Registration and abstract submission are now open. Please note that this is a face to face meeting and there is no option to register virtually. As ever, BOPSS follows and implements the UK Government’s guidance on...

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New guidelines for the medical management of Graves’ orbitopathy

The 2021 European Group on Graves’ orbitopathy (EUGOGO) clinical practice guidelines for the medical management of Graves’ orbitopathy have just been publishedWe would like to draw your attention to the new guidelines on first line immunosuppression for moderate- severe disease.Click here to view PDF

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Tomorrow’s consultants today

BOPSS would like to recognise that our trainees have had very little chance to present to a national audience in the last 18 months. In view of this the emphasis of our virtual meeting will be for our trainees to take the podium. The Executive has organised a one hour virtual showcase on 05th November 2021 which is free for attendees. Find out more at www.bopss.co.uk/meetings/bopss-2021-virtual/.

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Multi-disciplinary Oculoplastics – Bringing you the Best

This symposium is a joint-venture between the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and BOPPS. We hope to showcase updates in lacrimal, orbital and oculoplastic surgery including reconstructive and aesthetic elements. We will also focus on multidisciplinary collaboration which is so important within our specialty. We have speakers from our own specialty and from multidisciplinary teams contributing. The topics covered include updates on new techniques and treatments, interesting cases and promoting best practice using a multidisciplinary approach. Organised and chaired by...

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Oxford meeting postponed until July 2023

In view of government advice and lockdown into late Spring 2021, the Executive has made a decision to postpone the Oxford meeting until July 2023. The 2022 BOPSS meeting will take place in Manchester as originally planned.The Executive is pleased to announce that BOPSS will be jointly organising with the College an oculoplastics seminar chaired by Vickie Lee on 24th June 2021. BOPSS will be organising a webinar in November 2021 with more details to follow shortly.

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A Christmas Missive

In the year which long promised the hope of eradication of preventable eye disease across the world, 2020 has been overshadowed by the effects of the respiratory virus SARS-CoV-2. The pandemic has profoundly affected us all, our ability to serve our patients, to teach the next generation of doctors, and, for BOPSS, the ability to run our annual meetings.Although the UK’s national vaccination program is underway, the recent emergence of a more virulent strain of virus, dubbed B117, means...

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BOPSS 2022, Manchester
15th -17th June 2022

BOPSS is delighted to announce that preparations are well underway for its first face to face meeting in over two years!

For more info please visit the meeting page.

Welcome to BOPSS – The British Oculoplastic Surgery Society

The Society was founded in 2000 by Ophthalmic Surgeons who have training and experience in the highly specialized field of Oculoplastic and Oculo-Facial surgery.

BOPSS currently has over 160 full members along with trainees and international associate members. There is a highly successful annual meeting which includes an update course and scientific meeting, with delegates attending from all over the world.

The purpose of BOPSS is to advance the education, research and quality of care in plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery of the eyelids, the surrounding facial areas, orbits and lacrimal system (collectively known as Oculoplastic Surgery).

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