The 79th PLENARY ASSEMBLY of the U.E.M.S. Section of OPHTHALMOLOGY & EBO GENERAL ASSEMBLY will be held on June 7-8th 2024 – STRASBOURG – FRANCE More Information
Applications for the EBO-ESOPRS SUBSPECIALTY EXAM 2024 are now open: https://www.ebo-online.org/feature-item/ebo-esoprs-subspecialty-exam/
In 2024 there will be 2 EBO exams: -Spring exam in person in Paris on May 3rd 2024 (Limited seats available for in-person exam, please apply early to avoid disappointment) -Autumn exam online on October 18th 2024 Spring Exam in person: Applications will open on October 16th 2023 and close once capacity has been reached […]
Please find below recordings from the well-attended EBO Diploma Preparation Workshop, kindly hosted by the DOG in the Estrel Conference Centre, September 28th. In this novel session, EBO invited key opinion leaders to present on key topics from the EBOD examination. They also presented interactive MCQs and Cases to help delegates understand the type of […]
Outline Report on Results and Candidate Outcomes Candidates 542 total candidates Category: Resident: 369 Specialist: 173 Country Candidates from 27 Countries: Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Malta Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland The Netherlands Turkey United Kingdom Overall (Final Result) Pass: 487 […]
The European Board of Ophthalmology (EBO) was founded in 1992 in London. It is a permanent working group of the Ophthalmology Subspecialty Section of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS).
The Board has specifically been given the task of overseeing the standards of education in ophthalmology in Europe (UEMS Countries) with the goal of harmonizing knowledge and training by four means: the EBO exam, accreditation of centres , CME control and Grants.
The National Delegates of the Board include clinicians and academicians with specific ophthalmological skills, expertise and a broad geographic distribution. Two delegates are nominated from each country of the European Union, Norway, Turkey and Switzerland by the National Ophthalmological Societies. One delegate represents academic ophthalmology and one represents the professional practitioners. The delegates are chosen for a four year term. One additional four-year term is permitted.
Tristan Bourcier, MD, PhD
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