Who should register
All attendees, including invited speakers, session chairman and guests, must register in advance of the Meeting. If you are not a member of BOPSS or have not attended BOPSS before, you must first create a user account on the website to register and then pay to attend the meeting. Use the button below to access the registration page.
Please ensure that you select the correct option. We will check all applications to ensure that you have registered at the correct rate. The early bird rate option closes at 12 noon on 1st May 2019.
BOPSS full/associate member – you have been accepted as a BOPSS member (Full or Associate) and your membership subscription is up to date.
BOPSS trainee member – you have been accepted as a BOPSS trainee member and your membership subscription is up to date. Please note that acceptance as a member can take up to eight weeks.
Consultant Ophthalmologist Non BOPSS member
Non-Consultant Ophthalmologist – this rate applies to SAS grades, subspecialty trainees, postgraduate, clinical and research fellows, trust grade doctors.
Allied Professional – applies only to ophthalmic nurses, orthoptists, optometrists, orbital prosthetists, ophthalmic health professional staff, medical students and Foundation Doctors (and proof of status ie a photo copy of your hospital ID or letter from your University is required). This rate does not apply to medics
Log into your user account on the website (or if you do not have an account you can create a user account). Member payment options will appear once you are logged in and your membership subscription is up to date. You pay via the website using a credit or debit card through WorldPay, or you can pay via “Direct Debit” using GoCardless. We do not take cheque or cash payments.
The meeting fee is for Thursday and Friday only. If you want to attend on Wednesday (Update Day), you must also select this option and pay the fee. There is no option to pay a daily rate for Thursday or Friday.
The reception on Wednesday evening is free for all delegates. Please select this option if you are planning on attending so we can cater accordingly.
To take advantage of the reduced registration rates for early booking, you must register and pay by noon on 1st May 2019.
|Type||Early fee |
(up to noon 1st May)
|Late fee |
(from noon 1st May)
|Update day on Wednesday|
|All except for two exceptions below |
(trainee members & allied professionals)
|Update day on Wednesday for trainee BOPSS member||£100||£130|
|Update day on Wednesday for allied professional||£100||£130|
|Scientific meeting on Thursday & Friday|
|BOPSS full and associate members||£300||£350|
|Consultant Ophthalmologist |
(Non BOPSS member)
|Non-Consultant Ophthalmologist |
(SAS / trainee non member / Fellow / Trust Grade)
|BOPSS Trainee member||£190||£250|
|Allied Professionals Rate||£190||£250|
|ePoster submission fee (per poster) |
(click here to upload)
|Dinner on 20th June||£100||£100|
|Reception on 19th June||foc||foc|
We are delighted to offer two innovations at BOPSS this year both taking place during morning registration. Places are free at all events only for delegates registered for the full scientific meeting.
On Thursday morning we have lined up 6 tables of experts ready to answer questions on a difficult or challenging case you may have faced in your practice. You should bring your case on your own tablet or laptop in a PowerPoint format with a maximum of 5 slides containing photos, scans and / or written material. You will be allocated a maximum of 6 minutes to discuss your case, and places will be allocated on first arrival basis on the day. You must have consent from your patient to discuss their case in this environment. It would be helpful if you could indicate whether you will be interested in submitting a case when you book for the meeting.
On Friday morning there are two pre-meeting industry sponsored workshops.
Miss Sabrina Shah-Desai will share her experience on working with fillers with a practical lecture demonstration with lots of videos on technique and tips. This lecture demonstration is free and we can accommodate approximately 100 delegates in lecture theatre 3. It would be helpful if you could indicate whether you will be attending this workshop when you book for the meeting.
Prof Ganga Sundar (Singapore) and Dr Dilp Srinavasan (Maxillofacial Surgeon, Nottingham) will run a practical hands on, one-hour orbital trauma workshop using 3D printed skulls with fractures, reconstructed using 3D CT scanning from actual patients. Titanium meshes and a new Biosorbable mesh will be available to understand how these defects can be repaired. There will be short video demonstrations and handouts. This workshop is limited to approximately 60 people. It would be helpful if you could indicate whether you will be attending this workshop when you book for the meeting on the registration page.
If you already have tickets, you can add on a workshop place at any time via the registration page.
We are unable to cater for individual tastes or preferences. We will provide a meat, fish and vegetarian option each day. If you require the vegetarian meal please indicate so we can order accordingly. If you have a food allergy please give a brief description in the other dietary field.
Once you have paid, the receipt is available online in your BOPSS user account as a pdf file to print off as required.
Cancellation and refund policy
The Society will offer a 100% refund if you cancel before 1st April 2019, 75% refund if you cancel before 31st May 2019. No refund after 1st June 2019.