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Fiona with Sathish Srinivasan, Consultant Ophthalmologist on the UKISOP and UKISCRS Faculties
Dr Fiona Rowe from the Institute of Psychology, Health and Society has received a Silver Achievement award from the UK and Ireland Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (UKISCRS), in recognition of outstanding contribution to the Society.
UKISCRS President, David O’Brart introduced Fiona and Sathish Srinivasan presented Fiona with her award at the society’s annual dinner held at the Liverpool Hilton Hotel.
Dr Rowe is president ex-officio of the UK and Ireland Society of Ophthalmic Practitioners (UKISOP: previously UKISONT).
In 2009, she was approached by UKISCRS to set up the UKISONT faculty to provide education and training provision for professions allied to ophthalmology. Fiona presided over the UKISONT faculty for two years and was instrumental in the name change in 2011 to UKISOP.
Commenting, Fiona said she was “highly delighted” with the award and looked forward to continuing her work with UKISCRS.
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