We hold research days for patients, relatives, friends and researchers to: learn about people’s experiences of different eye conditions; hear about ongoing and future research for those conditions; to consider the priorities and challenges of developing new diagnostics and treatments. Our research days include between 30 and 300 attendees.
Upcoming Events in 2019:
Thursday 9th of May, 10:00-12:00 at Lecture Theatre, 2nd floor, Education Centre, Moorfields Eye Hospital, N1 7HP.
Barts and the London School of Medicine is undertaking a review of the curriculum for medical students. To date, we have completed a written consultation exercise and have produced a draft outline of our vision for a future Barts graduate along with a provisional list of key challenges that we feel that doctors of the future will have to face.
Questions we will discuss:
1) What makes a great doctor? What is your vision of the doctor of the future?
2) What challenges will future doctors have to face?
Places will be on a first come first served basis. For more information email Shahrar Ali at email@example.com.
For further information and documents regarding the event see links below..
Graduate 2025 Road Map Document (word document)
Patient questions for the day (word document)
Poster for the Graduate 2025 Patient Event (PDF document)
International Clinical Trials day - May 20th from 9.30am-3pm
The Clinical Research Facility staff will have a number of interactive stands throughout Moorfields sites. Packed full of educational and fun activities which explore the role of clinical research in improving outcomes for patients with eye diseases and vision loss.
Where we will be?
Moorfields Eye Hospital are at:
• City Road (ground floor and lower ground floor)
• Richard Desmond Children’s Eye Centre (ground floor)
• St Ann’s Hospital
• Northwick Park Hospital
• Mile End Hospital
• St Georges Hospital
• Ealing Hospital
My Eye Site Event: Involving you in Your Hospital Data. June 15th. 10.30am -4.30pm. Bloomsbury Studio, WC1H 0AH.
We invite you to the official launch of "My Eye Site", an innovative project funded by UK Research and Innovation, to develop novel technology to allow patients with rare inherited retinal diseases to store their own hospital eye data and take ownership of their eye condition.
To book your place at this free event visit the following website
Can't make the event but would like to contribute?
Complete the following survey (takes 5 minutes) http://bit.ly/2ISwj1P
Translational Research, Failure and Beyond. 18th June 2019, UCL School of Pharmacy.
This free full day event aimed at early and mid-career researchers with either a clinical or non-clinical background will take you a journey from Failure and Beyond as you navigate your career in the Translational Research field.
Register here: https://failureandbeyond.eventbrite.co.uk
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