Date: 29th June 2023
Time: from 10:30 PM to 11:59 PM
Audience: Companion segment: Veterinarians and Nurses
Price: AED 0
Meet The Speaker:
Dr. David Williams
MA MEd VetMD PhD DECAWBM(AW) CertVOphthal CertWEL FHEA FRCVS,
David Williams qualified as a vet from the University of Cambridge in 1988 knowing even at that stage that he wanted to devote his professional life to veterinary ophthalmology. He undertook initial clinical training at the Animal Health Trust under Dr Keith Barnett then moving to the Royal Veterinary College for a PhD before returning to Cambridge where he runs the ophthalmology clinic, although he also visits numerous clinics providing an ambulatory ophthalmology referral service. David is thus used to performing ophthalmic surgery in a referral environment but also understands the challenges and opportunities facing vets keen to do ophthalmic surgery in their own practices.
This webinar will be conducted via Zoom and CPD certificates will be issued to all those who attend live. The session will be approximately 90 minutes and will include the opportunity for Q&A.
Vi are delighted to welcome ophthalmic surgeon Dr. David Williams MA MEd VetMD PhD DECAWBM(AW) CertVOphthal CertWEL FHEA FRCVS, from Cambridge University, to present the next in our series of clinical webinars.
Dr. David Williams will bring his extensive clinical experience and expertise to this session, with an insightful overview, advice, hints and tips around many of the ophthalmic conditions commonly encountered, and manageable, in general practice:
- Eyelid surgeries, including entropion, ectropion, Stades procedure, eyelid mass removal and laceration repair
- Third eyelid surgeries, including third eyelid flap, prolapsed gland replacement and scrolled nictitans cartilage repair
- Corneal surgeries, including grid keratotomy/diamond burr debridement, keratectomy, hood graft and pedicle flap
- Lens luxation
He will also offer some insights into more advanced procedures such as cataract surgery, and will give an overview of the selection, care and maintenance of appropriate ophthalmic surgical equipment.
Aimed at the general practitioner veterinary surgeon, those new to these procedures, and those requiring a refresher, as well as veterinary nurses with an interest in these procedures, we look forward to welcoming you to this case-based and interactive webinar.