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  • 22 February 2024 12:13 PM | Clare Warriner (Administrator)

    The 21st BriSCEV Course and Conference will be held in Newcastle upon Tyne on the 12th and 13th August 2024.

    Eye speech bubble Hosts: The Visual Electrodiagnostic Service at Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals.

    Eye speech bubble Venue: The Frederick Douglass Centre, Newcastle University.

    Eye speech bubble Programme to follow with early bird registration and abstract submission Eyes.

     . . . Hope to welcome you all there!

  • 23 January 2024 9:11 AM | Clare Warriner (Administrator)

    We would like to draw your attention to a series of Webinars delivered by the Academy for Healthcare Scientists (AHCS).  Three speakers will be discussing the applications of AI within clinical services and methods of data interpretation using digital power and algorithms. 

    The webinars take place on Thursday 7th March 12 - 1:30pm .  Details of registration can be found here: AI in Physiological Sciences - 07.03.24.pdf

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  • 16 October 2023 3:39 PM | Clare Warriner (Administrator)

    The Improving Quality in Physiological Services (IQIPS) scheme is a professionally led accreditation managed scheme delivered by UKAS.  The IQIPS scheme aims to improve services, care and safety for patients undergoing physiological tests, examinations and procedures. UKAS accreditation for IQIPS offers the benefits of  national recognition to the service with a badge of quality.  

    On the 27th October, BriSCEV will be welcoming a UKAS representative alongside our OVS assessors, with the hope to gain a better understanding of how to get started, what is involved and how we can share best practice in the vision science discipline. 

    Please join via the link below:-

    IQIPS teams meeting link  

    Meeting ID: 311 475 964 862
    Passcode: Dm6tzZ

  • 16 June 2023 2:11 PM | Clare Warriner (Administrator)

    Save the date: The UK Neuro-ophthalmology Society (UKNOS) Annual Meeting will take place on Thursday 8th February 2024 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Newcastle upon Tyne (next to the station). The theme is Uncertainty(ies) in Neuro-ophthalmology. Sessions will include clinical talks, scientific presentations with a prize for the best trainee presentation and a breakfast session for Allied Professionals. For details see https://uknos.com

  • 30 March 2023 2:20 PM | David Murray (Administrator)

    The UK Eye Genetics Group (UK-EGG) Annual Conference will take place on Friday 9th June 2023 at MRC Human Genetics Unit at the Institute of Genetics and Cancer in the beautiful city of Edinburgh. 

    The day will include sessions on clinical and molecular eye genetics, genetic case discussions, short talks and posters by early careers researchers, and talks by people affected by inherited eye disease.

    For details see Annual Meeting – Edinburgh 2023 | UK EGG - The UK Eye Genetics Group

  • 01 March 2023 1:54 PM | Clare Warriner (Administrator)

    We are excited to announce the 2023 BriSCEV symposium will be held in Nottingham on the 18th and 19th September.  Save the dates!

    We will look forward to seeing you all there. 

  • 21 December 2022 11:22 AM | Oliver Marmoy (Administrator)

    Apply for the generous ISCEV travel grant (here) BUT if you are not eligible for an ISCEV travel grant (because you have more than 5 yrs experience of electrophysiology or someone else from you lab is applying) please consider applying for the BriSCEV grant to go to ISCEV in Kyoto, Japan.

    ISCEV is in Kyoto next year (March 13–18, 2023) and the abstract window is now open until January 5th, 2023. We would like to encourage members to attend and to present their work and so we are delighted to offer grants of £1500 to those non-eligible for the ISCEV travel grant to support attendance . Full details on eligibility and how to apply are here: BriSCEV 2023 travel grant.
  • 21 December 2022 11:22 AM | Oliver Marmoy (Administrator)

    The UK Neuro-ophthalmology Society (UKNOS) Annual Meeting will take place on Thursday 23rd March 2023 at St Thomas’ Hospital, London with a programme focussed on Eye Movements and the Vestibular System. 

    Sessions will include clinical talks, scientific presentations and a prize for the best trainee presentation. 

    For details see https://uknos.com

    Registration is now open.

  • 21 December 2022 11:21 AM | Oliver Marmoy (Administrator)

    The BSc (Hons) Healthcare Science (Ophthalmic Imaging) degree is now open for applicants to start in September 2022 with The University of Gloucestershire. The degree is the first of its kind to be developed for Ophthalmic Imagers, designed specifically as a 3-year blended-learning course that combines distanced learning with clinical skills placements to ensure each student is given the opportunity to apply their learning within a practice setting. 

    Students can access the course full time or via an apprenticeship route. The apprenticeship route is particularly for employers looking to utilise their apprenticeship Levy by developing existing staff and/or recruiting into new substantive posts. Further details of the apprenticeship can be found here: https://online.flippingbook.com/view/829092086/

    Course information/applications can also be accessed directly through the University of Gloucestershire’s website:


  • 21 December 2022 11:21 AM | Oliver Marmoy (Administrator)

    AHPO’s key objective is to promote the practice, education, training and research in the field of ophthalmology and vision science throughout the UK.

    AHPO is a registered Apprenticeship Training Provider and Pearson-recognised Training Centre. They are currently providing Level 2 (assistant) and level 4 (associate) healthcare science BTEC and apprenticeships in ophthalmic and vision science (OVS) and also a Level 5 (associate/practitioner) diploma in OVS (foundation degree level) which could be used towards equivalence for practitioner/degree level.


    If you are interested in becoming an assessor, please contact apprenticeship@ahpo.net or visit www.ahpo.net. This is a paid, homebased role and if you do not have an assessor qualification, they can provide training for this.

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About the association

BriSCEV is the British chapter of the International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (ISCEV). Course and conferences are held annually.


For queries about membership or registration please email the treasurer: o.marmoy@nhs.net

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