Enhancing the education of professionals involved in eye care and in ophthalmic research

Roper-Hall Eye Foundation funds University of Birmingham undergraduate elective bursaries and an ophthalmology prize  

4th Year MBChB University of Birmingham Medical Student Elective Bursaries 2022

'Cataract surgery in Manipal Teaching Hospital, Nepal: how does service provision differ from the UK and what barriers are there that prevent access?'

Winner of the Sir Adrian Cadbury Elective Bursary

'What are the obstacles preventing early and effective cataract surgery in central Sri Lanka and what can be done to overcome them?'

Winner of the Augustine Sutton Elective Bursary

'A retrospective clinical data review of visual outcomes and post-operative complications following cataract surgery at a tertiary centre in Israel – are quality and safety standards being met?'

Winner of the Jameson-Evans Elective Bursary

 

'What proportion of patients attending first assessment in eye casualty and first follow-up appointment in an outpatient clinic setting for uveitis and scleritis receive complete assessment for optic neuropathy?'

'A Teaching Resource for Ophthalmic History and Examination'

University of Birmingham MBChB Undergraduate Ophthalmology Prize Essay 

‘Discuss how you could increase Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement

in eye research in England over the next 5 years’

2022 Winner: Kirsty Gaston (download her essay here)

 

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