BEECS Presentation Competition

Presentation Competition

Calling all Trainees and Allied Health Professionals

We invite you to submit an abstract for consideration as a 3 minute virtual presentation for the event, sharing changes you have implemented.

It may cover innovations or inventions you have used to manage social distancing, triage, virtual examination and service reconfiguration that you would like to share with the wider emergency ophthalmology community.    

Deadline for submissions - CLOSED

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Calling all Trainees and Allied Health Professionals

Enter the British Emergency Eye Care Society Presentation Competition

WIN! Fame/Glory + £100 + a copy of the 'Practical Emergency Ophthalmology Handbook'

“Real life lessons in Emergency Eye Care”


This year presentations will be judged in two different categories: 1. Clinical Cases & 2. Quality Improvement and Innovation

To be in for a chance, submit an abstract for a case presentation, audit/QIPP, case series, or short study.

Please be mindful of patient confidentiality. All applicants must register for the meeting for your abstract to be considered.

Abstract guidelines: Maximum 300 words, include your name, role, hospital and email address.

Abstract submissions must be accompanied with email confirmation of meeting registration.

Deadline for submissions - 2021 date TBC

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Previous Winners

2019 - Tejaswi Bommireddy, ST4, Royal Victoria Infirmary - Welcome to the Jungle - case series

2019 - Jack Corkerry, FY2, Rotherham Foundation Trust - Could a triage website application be the answer to emergency referrals dilemma?

2018 - Dr Rehana Sadia 

2017 - Dr Rhys Harrison - 'Predicting Patient Flow in Casualty'

2016 - Miss Liz Hill  - "More than meets the eye" describing a fascinating case of Necrotising Fasciitis.


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