Virtual Meeting

by Zoom - Wednesday 06th Oct (pm) and Friday 08th Oct (am) 2021


Message from BIPOSA's President


BIPOSA'S virtual event will take place over two half days - paediatric ophthalmology (Wednesday afternoon) and  strabismus (Friday morning). We are hoping to host the Bristol 2022 meeting as originally planned face to face and the London Meeting is postponed until October 2023.


Following the success of our recent monthly webinar programme we very much hope that the virtual meeting in autumn 2021 will be of value and interest to our members and attendees.  The virtual meeting is free for BIPOSA members and there will be a charge for all non-members.


We look forward to welcoming you!


Mike Clarke

BIPOSA President




We have a fantastic programme lined up for the two sessions with engaging speakers who are experts in their field. We are delighted to welcome Dr Linda Dagi who will give our keynote lecture on Friday morning on optomizing management of vertial torsional diplopia from Thyroid Eye Diesease. Programme available to download




Meeting registration is now Closed.


Members will be able to access videos after the event.


Annual Prizes & Presentations

BIPOSA is pleased to announce that once again it will be supporting early career researchers, medics in training and orthoptists.


There will be two prizes (each to a value of £500) awarded in the following categories:


best paediatric eposter


CONGRATULATIONS to Elspeth Green who won the paediatric eposter prize



Self reported compliance among the paediatric uveitis population – Elspeth Green, Trainee, Manchester


Runners Up

Should vision screening be undertaken in paediatric clinics? – Anna Thomas, Medical Student, Cambridge

Intracameral anaesthetic mydriatic assisted paediatric cataract surgery, Jaspreet Sukhija, Consultant, Chandigarh, India



· best strabismus eposter




The management of essential infantile esotropia management in the UK – Damien Yeo (work done as trainee in Cardiff) now consultant at Alderhey

Superior oblique Tuck (SOT) for IVth nerve paresis: how effective is it at reducing vertical deviation in various positions of gaze? – Andrew Malem, Trainee, Cambridge

Near reflex spasm - should we stop all treatment attempts? – Janice Hoole, Head Orthoptist, Leeds



We are also pleased to announce that there will be an additional strabismus prize sponsored  by the RSM Squint Forum. This prize attracts £250 and the opportunity to present the poster at the Squint Forum's virtual meeting in  December.




This year's eposter videos are hosted on vimeo. Available to registered delegates only.


The link and password are in your confirmation email and follow up email.


To view a video either click on the blue “play” button to start watching, use the search to filter (strabismus or paediatric for example) or scroll the gallery in the bottom section of the screen (this brings up more details for each video including author details and take-home message)

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Downloads have been disabled, so please respect the author and their patients’ confidentiality by not taking screenshots


CPD and certificates

Focus is on reflection and discussion and there should now be much less emphasis on the collection of evidence.   Ophthalmologists and orthoptists are now encouraged to record their learning and development through self-certification. The overarching principle remains that one CPD point is allowed per hour of educational time, excluding breaks, for attendance at events and for teaching.


CPD is based on self-reflection and our certificates are not proof of attendance more a personal record. If you would like a certificate template please download, save to your local machine add in your name. We will not email certificates.

Paediatric virtual meeting

Strabismus virtual meeting




British & Irish Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Association