Hi, i'm Matt Whitehead, Business Manager for ZEISS Medical Technology UK.
Firstly, let me welcome you to our ZEISS 6/6/20/20 Perfect Vision - Celebrating Ophthalmology page!
As the country motors through these difficult times, sharing and celebrating the fantastic work of our ophthalmology community is key and the perfect celebration for our 6/6/20/20 Perfect Vision day.
Join us in this celebration - Hear some inspirational ophthalmology stories from your peers as well as from some of our ZEISS team. Come and join our webinars which are running from 10am to 4pm, covering a wide range of ophthalmology topics from Retina and Glaucoma to Cataract Surgery and IOL Technology.
Lastly, a big thank you to everyone who shared their inspirational ophthalmology story with us. Scroll down to see if your story made it onto our inspirational wall and to see if your one of our lucky competition winners.
Let's make a difference together and celebrate the fantastic work that the ophthalmology community do!
Whilst I was a student optometrist, I discovered with my ophthalmoscope that my grandfather had developed cataracts. I understood that my sister had nystagmus and that she was never going to see well enough to pass a driving test. And ﬁnally I married my husband with a refractive error of -12.50D with -2.50D of astigmatism.Optometrist, Private Practice, London
I have 2 adult children, both of whom have high Myopia. My daughter is an accountant - one can just imagine how many hours she pours over her computer. Best of all my son is an ophthalmologist in academic and surgical training. Without my knowledge and without any ambitious expectations who knows where the seed of my personal interest in our eyes and vision will take my family?
Thank you ZEISS for understanding and passing on the concept of 20/20 vision and that being 6/6 on the 6th day of June in 2020 when you are inspiring us all!
- Anna Bhan - Glaucoma Consultant
- Alex Shortt - Consultant Cataract & Refractive Surgeon
- Cliff Williams - Dispensing Optician & Practice Owner
- Gok Ratnarajan - Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
- Jen Bacon - Eye Clinic Liaison Officer
- John McCormick - Senior Ophthalmic Photographer
Winners will be contacted by ZEISS UK via email or social media within the next 48 hours to arrange for their prize to be sent to them. Congratulations again!
A big thank you again to everyone who shared their ophthalmology story with us.
- Emily Hogan - Clinical Lead Of Ophthalmic Imaging
- Sajjad Mahmood - Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
Winners will be contacted by ZEISS UK via email within the next 48 hours to arrange for their prize to be sent to them. Congratulations again!
We hope that everyone who joined our webinars found them enjoyable and informative.
Speakers: Murray Fingeret, OD, FAAO and Michael Chaglasian, OD, FAAO
Join us and discover the top three OCT features that are key to managing glaucoma, as well as some of the critical things to look for on OCT scans when managing glaucoma patients. This webinar will also cover some of the key considerations for adopting OCT technology in your practice. First Broadcast: April 2020.
Speaker: Mr David Haider, Consultant Ophthalmologist at Royal Bolton Hospital
There are a wide range of devices and levels of connectivity from one eye unit to the next. This session offers practical advice to make the case for integrated imaging and ensure optimal network design and configuration. Tips and lessons learnt from such a deployment are provided, along with clear explanations of some the key technical terms. First Broadcast: January 2020.
Speaker: Professor Graham Barrett (Lions Eye Institute, Perth, Australia)
Professor Barrett shares how he has overcome the challenges of choosing the correct IOL, for both traditional and complex cataract and refractive surgery cases. This will include patients with astigmatism requiring toric IOLs, patients who have previously undergone laser vision correction and radial keratotomy (RK), as well as patients who have very long or short eyes. Professor Barrett also explores the many advances throughout his Ophthalmology career including biometry, total keratometry and IOL calculation. First Broadcast: April 2019.
Speakers: Retina Specialist Eric Schneider, MD and Angelo Rago, Head of Ophthalmic Diagnostics at ZEISS
Join Retina Specialist Eric Schneider, MD and Angelo Rago, Head of Ophthalmic Diagnostics at ZEISS, as they discuss the state of OCT technology today and where it's headed. They will also share some key considerations for you and your retina practice. First Broadcast: December 2019.
Speaker: Mr Darrin A. Landry, CRA, OCT-C. Coauthor of "Optical Coherence Tomography and OCT Angiography: Clinical Reference and Case Studies"
Multi-modality retinal imaging with OCT Angiography enables you to capture ultra-clear images of retinal and choroidal microvasculature in seconds. As a clinician, this allows you to have a new level of confidence when suggesting a treatment regimen that is customised to your patient’s individual needs. Explore the clinical use and interpretation of OCT-A in this session. First Broadcast: April 2020.
Speakers: Mr Amir Hamid, Consultant Ophthalmologist at Optegra and Mr David Anderson, Consultant Ophthalmologist at University Hospital Southampton / Nuffield Health
This session will equip you with the tools and guidelines you need to successfully engage your patients in shared decision-making for IOL selection and refractive goals, considering the patient’s preferred refractive outcome, lifestyle and expectation. Topics include understanding patient needs, managing patient expectations and a guide to premium IOL selection & calculation. First Broadcast: June 2019.
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