Program for BOAS 2023
The Grand Hotel, Sea Front, Torbay Road, Torquay
Day 1. Wed 27th Sept
9.30 – 10.30 Registration and coffee
10.30 – 12.00
Workshop: Hands-On Teaching of Eye Blocks
Dr Adrian Kwa, Dr Leanne Callaghan , Dr Andrey Varvinsky, Dr Peter Valentine
12.00 – 13.00
13.00 – 14.30
Welcome: Andrey Varvinsky and Tom Eke
Ophthalmic Anaesthesia in Patients with Dementia. Prof Chandra Kumar
The Small Eye – Managing Risk and Complications. Mr Imran Masood
Litigation in Ophthalmic Surgery. Dr Junia Rahman
14.30 – 15.00
15.30 – 17.00
Cataract Surgery: Patient vs Political Perspectives. Mr Charles Bill
Ophthalmic ‘Independent Treatment Centres’. Mr Roland Ling
Ophthalmic Anaesthesia: Lessons from Experience. Prof Chris Dodds
17.15 – 18.15
BOAS Council Meeting
Day 2. Thurs 28th Sept
9.00 – 10.30
Faster Turnover Cataract Pathways. Dr Adrian Kwa
Anaesthetic Practitioners – The Aintree experience. Dr Brigitte DuPont
Anaesthetic Practitioners – The Torbay experience. Dr Andrey Varvinsky
10.30 – 11.00
11.00 – 12.30
Free Poster Presentations with Prize – Mr Tom Eke
Difficult Case Presentations – Dr Anand Arora
12.30 – 13.00
13.00 – 14.00
14.00 – 15.30
DCR surgery – Sedation vs GA. Ms Tahrina Salam
My Journey from Peribulbar to Sub-Tenon’s Blocks. Dr Mohyieldin Hassan
Propofol Sedation for Peribulbar Blocks. Dr Santhana Kannan
Submission of posters / difficult or interesting cases
Please email any posters / interesting cases to the secretariat of BOAS at Secretary@BOAS.org
The last date for submission of posters and interesting cases is FRIDAY 8th September 2023.
There is a £400 prize for the best poster
Accommodation, if required at the Grand Hotel.
The full address of the hotel is The Grand Hotel, Sea Front, Torbay Road, Torquay TQ2 6NT
The hotel has offered special rates for any delegates attending the meeting
Sole Occupancy One Compact Double Room – cost £100.00 per room per night to include bed & breakfast.
Double occupancy One Inland Double Room – cost £130.00 per room per night to include bed & breakfast.
Please quote the BOAS meeting if you would like to benefit from these preferential rates.
There are other hotels / B&Bs in the vicinity as well.
BOOKING THE CONFERENCE
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|One day ( 27th or 28th)||Both days( 27th & 28th)|
|Consultant /SAS Non-Members||£225||£380|
|Consultant /SAS Members of BOAS||£175||£330|
|Trainee Members of BOAS||£125||£225|
|Allied Health Professionals and Students( subsidised rates)||£100||£200|
A conference dinner has been organised for Wednesday 27 September (the first day of the meeting) at 19:30. This is optional and provides an opportunity to network and relax after the busy day at the conference. If you would like to attend this gala event, please pay using the secure link below.