Service Improvement Awards (improving patient care and outcomes through bringing a new surgical technique for glaucoma to the hospital)
Kings College Hospital, London
“Best Video of the Congress” Prize
International Congress on Glaucoma Surgery (ICGS), Singapore, Asia
SOS Prize Winner’s Lecture
Showcase Symposium, The Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress, Birmingham, UK
Mr Lindfield’s Prizes:
May 2015 Best Video Prize, Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress: “Revealing the hidden: endoscopic visualisation for glaucoma and anterior segment surgery”
September 2014 Best Presentation, Glaucoma, DeutscheOphthGesellschaft, Leipzig. “Structure & Function overlay in the diagnosis and monitoring of Glaucoma”
July 2014 King’s College Award Ceremony: “Bringing Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation (ECP) treatment for Glaucoma to Kings College Hospital.
May 2014 Treacher Collins Video Prize, Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress, Birmingham. “Treatment and prevention of bleb dysaesthesia for Trabeculectomy surgery”.
February 2014 Best Video International Congress on Glaucoma Surgery (ICGS), Singapore, Asia. “The pull-through suture: facilitating watertight tube entry in glaucoma surgery”
June 2012 Runner Up Sutton Alumni Meeting. “To shield or not to shield. A review of post operative protection after Cataract surgery”.
March 2012 Best Presentation (Co-Author), London Deanery Conference. “Optos Widefield Retinal Imaging for assessment of Posterior Vitreous Detachment: a training tool”
September 2011 ESCRS Young Ophthalmologist Bursary, Vienna.
May 2011 The SOS Prize Presentation, RCOphth Congress, Birmingham. “The wonders of an iPhone: aiding patient diagnosis”
January 2011 Best Presentation, Southern Ophthalmic Society, St Georges. “Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalgias: a review”
November 2010 Best Video, UKISCRS, Brighton. “ECP and Cyclodiode: endoscopic illustration demonstrating two disparate treatment modalities”.
December 2009 Poster Prize, UK & Eire Glaucoma Society, Liverpool. Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation (ECP) 12 months on…..”
March 2007 Young Investigator Award (Co-Author), Asian ARVO, Singapore. “The Qualisys Optical Tracker in the quantification of ophthalmic microsurgical skills (motion tracking)”.
July 2004 Clinical Distinction in BM Finals, Southampton University
September 2002 Elective Prize for outstanding achievement. Tuberculosis (TB) screening project in Paraguay, South America.