UKIVT – National Survey 2018

Do you perform intravitreal injections?

YES      Great we’ve got the right person

NO       Please forward this link to your colleagues who do.

We are a group of UK clinicians keen to ensure that best practice in intravitreal therapy is shared. We would hugely value your input into our national survey on Intravitreal injection practices across the UK. Is your centre a leader in this area or could you learn from what others are doing?

Please would you take 10 minutes to complete our questionnaire. Results will be shared at the UKIVT meeting in Liverpool and later, by email, to all respondants

Many thanks for your contribution to sharing best practice in IVT.

TAKE THE SURVEY NOW

UKIVT – Saturday 27th October – Liverpool, Hilton

Register Now ‘Free to Attend’ UK Intravitreal Injection training day.

3 Thomas Steers Way, Liverpool L1 8LW

This year’s programme has been designed with your delegate feedback. Topics include:

  • RCOphth and GIRFT guidelines on UKIVT
  • Change management
  • Financial sustainability – tarriffs, coding and IVT as a business
  • What is next for IVT?

Debate will include:

  • Iodine allergy – is it real?
  • Should we be using antibiotics in IVT?
  • Managing patient expectations

Plus case studies, interactive voting and Q&A.

Register now

Led by UK specialist Ophthalmic Consultants, Nurse Consultants, Orthoptists & Optometrists.

‘Best Practice, Delivered’

Proudly Supported By BVI Medical

 

“Stronger Together” – 1st UKIVT Day

The inaugural UKIVT day proved a huge success with over 75 ophthalmic nurses, orthoptists, consultants and allied professionals in attendance. The event, which was held at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole Hotel, was the first of its kind in the UK and highlighted the need for communication and benchmarking for intravitreal treatment across the UK.

Attendees watched lectures discussing the history of nurse-led IVT as well as the practical challenges in setting up a nurse-led service, submitting a business case and the challenges faced in an overstretched NHS.Later sessions included a series of case-studies with an emphasis on Q&A and panel sessions to allow input and discussion from delegates

The event was supported by Malosa Medical ensuring it remained free-to-attend and was accessible to as many delegates as possible. The event was organised by GMProjects.

Final Programme