The management of diseases which involve the orbit and skull base is challenging and requires effective collaboration across a wide range of specialities. Frequently, the decision to observe, operate or irradiate in a given patient is complex, and best practice may be uncertain, and vary from one patient to another.
The St John Ophthalmic Association (SOA) invites you to The Neuro-Orbital Symposium, the first in a series of masterclasses aimed at all clinicians who manage such patients. The meeting brings together experts from related disciplines, explores the most modern treatments, and provide a forum for frank discussion and debate.
The Neuro-Orbital Symposium is hosted by Mr Simon Pollock in the Cavalry and Guards Club, Pall Mall, which offers a unique and elegant setting for the meeting. Registration includes refreshments on arrival, a formal lunch in the Club’s private dining room, and refreshments during the day. For those wishing to join their partners for lunch, there is a lunch ticket option at the registration stage.
The proceeds from this and all SOA meetings go directly to support St John’s sight-saving work in East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza. We train nurses and doctors in a challenging environment; your support is greatly appreciated.
The proceedings from this meeting will be summarised in a special edition of the Journal Orbit.
With kind regards and best wishes,
Priscilla Mathewson & Anouk Borg
St John Ophthalmic Association Academic Co-ordinators
David Verity, Neil Kitchen & Saj Ataullah
Chairs, the St John Masterclass Series
- Diagnosis and management of orbital & intracranial vascular disease
- Meningeal shunts
- Skull base disease and the orbit
- Paranasal sinus cancer
- Benign and malignant orbital disease
- Lacrimal gland carcinoma – current best practice
- Sphenoid wing meningioma
- Optic nerve sheath meningioma
- Tumour biology
Geoffrey E. Rose
David H. Verity
- Skull Base
Cancellation fee: 100% minus admin charge until October 31st, 50% thereafter minus admin charge