Roper-Hall Medal

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The Roper-Hall Eye Foundation Prize Medal is awarded yearly to an Ophthalmology Trainee who gives the best clinical case presentation, judged on:

Clinical content

Use of audio‐visual aids

Delivery

Lessons to be learnt

Supporting knowledge

Time keeping

 

2020 Winner: Jasvir Virdee curious case of disc swelling'

We also provide educational support for:

  • Ophthalmology Trainees to attend the Birmingham and Midland Eye Hospital (BMEH) Alumni meeting that includes presentations on the latest clinical and scientific research that will benefit patients

  • The Academic Unit of Ophthalmology Alumni, University of Birmingham, Sir Adrian Cadbury Lecture

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BMEH Alumni Meeting

The 2020 virtual meeting was devoted to ophthalmology practice around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic with lectures from  internationally renowned speakers 

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12th Sir Adrian Cadbury Lecture

The 2020 lecture in honour of the late Sir Adrian Cadbury (previous Chairman, Birmingham Eye Foundation) was given by Mr. Michael Burdon (pictured above), Consultant Ophthalmologist, University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham; Immediate Past President, Royal College of Ophthalmologists: ‘Recognising and Managing Uncertainty'