Hull 2017 – Meeting Programme, Friday

Friday 22nd September 2017

08.30 Registration with coffee at the trade exhibition

09.05 Welcome and housekeeping

09.10 Session 14
Free Papers
Chaired by Prof. Anna Horwood, Reading

09.15 Development and clinical utility of a novel diagnostic nystagmus gene panel using targeted next-generation sequencing – Mr. Mervyn Thomas, Lincoln County Hospital
09.24 Reading and attention in relation to naturalistic accommodation responses in typical children – Siobhán Ludden, University of Reading
09.33 Visual outcomes in young adults born extremely preterm: the EPICure Study – Mr Saurabh Jain, University College London
09.42 Saccadic peak velocity in the diagnosis of Myasthenia Gravis – Mr. Craig Murray, University of Liverpool
09.51 Thiel-embalmed cadaveric tissue for strabismus surgical training: a validation and efficacy study – Dr Anindita Hom-Choudhury, Hull & East Yorkshire Eye Hospital
10.00 Can grading foveal hypoplasia in infants using handheld optical coherence tomography predict future visual acuity? A longitudinal cohort study – Mr. Sohaib Rufai, Leicester Royal Infirmary
10.09 Comparison between augmented recession & recession with posterior scleral fixation in partially accommodative esotropia – Miss Huda Al-Hayouti, Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow
10.18 Treatment of amblyopia using Personalized Dosing Strategies: Results of the Randomised Occlusion Dosing Strategy (RODS) study – Dr Catherine Stewart, City University London
10.27 WHO form for recording causes of visual impairment in dhildren: time for a change? – Mr. Geoffrey Woodruff, Leicester

10.40 Session 15

Guest Lecture
“Paradoxical innervation and sporadic congenital malformations: common grounds”
Prof. Cameron Parsa, France

11.15 Tea and Coffee at the trade exhibition

11.45 Session 16

Rapid Fire Free Paper Presentations
Chaired by Mr. Robert Taylor, York

11.49 Assessing controlled binocular acuity in intermittent exotropia – Prof. Helen Davis, University of Sheffield
11.53 The results of superior rectus transposition plus medial rectus recession in the treatment of complete unilateral sixth nerve palsy – Miss Chloe Lafferty, Moorfields Eye Hospital
11.57 Clinical measures of the difficulties faced by children with nystagmus – Mr. Ruaridh Weaterton, Southampton General Hospital
12.01 Dynamic changes of iridocorneal angle morphology during accommodation in healthy children – Miss Annegret Dahlmann-Noor, Moorfields Eye Hospital
12.05 Examining adherence to existing protocols used for assessement of the outcomes of strabismus surgery – Mr. Dmitriy Chernov, Watford General Hospital
12.09 Ocular-eyelid coloboma and facial clefts – a genetic study to identify universal clefting genes – Miss Rose Richardson, UCL GOSH Institute of Child Health
12.13 Oral ultra wide-field fluorescein angiography in pediatric ophthalmology – Mr. Syed Ali, Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai
12.17 Long-term outcomes of Baerveldt Glaucoma Implant (BGI) in management of glaucoma associated with Sturge-Weber Syndrome (SWS) – Miss Bhamy Hariprasad Shenoy, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital
12.21 Vision2020 UK Starting Point – project sustainability – Miss Laura Ramm, Birmingham Children’s Hospital
12.25 The role of ophthalmology surveillance in craniosynostosis – Dr Kelly Weston, Great Ormond Street Hospital
12.29 Long-term visual and treatment outcomes of whole population Pre-school Visual Screening (PSVS) in children: a longitudinal, retrospective, population-based cohort study – Miss Yan Ning Neo, Ninewells Hospital & Dundee Medical School
12.33 Using a structured clinical question inventory for assessing children with cerebral visual impairment: what does it tell you? – Mr. Richard Bowman, Great Ormond Street Hospital
12.37 Cerebral Visual Impairment: can we make a difference? – Mr. Richard Bowman, Great Ormond Street Hospital
12.41 Treatment outcomes for “moderate amblyopia” using PEDIG amblyopia protocols – a prospective study of 314 cases – Ms Catherine Billington, Gloucestershire Eye Unit
12.45 Treatment outcomes for “severe amblyopia” using PEDIG amblyopia protocols – a prospective study of 190 cases – Miss Miranda Buckle, Gloucestershire Eye Unit

12.50 Lunch and eposter viewing at the trade exhibition

13.50 AGM – (members only)

14.15 BIPOSA Annual Prize Giving

14.20 BIPOSA Research Award & 2017 Winners
Miss Annegret Dahlmann-Noor, London

14.30 BIPOSA Research Award Winner 2015 – Ocular-eyelid coloboma and facial clefts- a genetic study to identify universal clefting genes – Dr Rose Richardson on behalf of Dr Mariya Moosajee, London

14.35 Session 17
Vision Impairment
Chaired by Mr. Mohammed Maqsud, Hull

14.40 Risk factors for failing vision screening – Results from a multi-ethnic birth cohort
Dr Alison Bruce, Bradford

14.55 VIFE: Visual Impairment and Falls in the Elderly
Ms Jigs Mehta, Liverpool

15.10 Ocular motility manifestations in chiasmal pathology
Dr Fiona Rowe, Liverpool

15.25 Discussion and Questions

15.30 Session 18
What to do? Strabismus case presentations
Chaired by Mr. Peter Tiffin, Sunderland

15.35 Case one
Mr. Adam Bates, Maidstone
15.45 Case two
Miss Tina Kipioti, Birmingham
15.55 Case three
Prof. Helen Davis, Sheffield
16.05 Case four
tbc –
16.15 Case five
Mr. John Bradbury, Bradford

16.25 Closing Remarks