During the current COVID-19 outbreak Mr Norris is currently able to offer video consultations for patients at a reduced fee. A video consultation can help provide a diagnosis for you where possible and plan further treatment where required to reduce your waiting times. Please contact [email protected] or call 01993 844688 for more information.
Jonathan Norris gave a talk to local general practitioners and optometrist on the 18th September 2019 as part of the Nuffield Health Ophthalmic Education Day. The talk included updates on eyelid lesion management, thyroid eye disease, facial palsy and eyelid ptosis / blepharoplasty surgery.
Mr Norris delivered a talk this month to community optometrists in Devises, Wiltshire.
Jonathan Norris has now set up a new oculoplastic service at BMI The Ridgeway Hospital in Swindon. He will be providing services relating to eyelid surgery (ptosis, ectropion, entropion), skin cancer surgery and watery eye surgery. Mr Norris also has an interest in orbital (eye socket) disease including thyroid eye disease. Mr Norris is happy to [...]
Mr Norris gave 1:1 session event at the Manor Hospital. 'A New Look: Eyelid Lifts and Tucks Explained' on the 9th July 2018. Please contact the Manor Hospital if you would like to book for the next session...
Mr Norris delivered a talk in Dublin (June 2018) to the British Oculoplastic Surgery Society (BOPSS) relating to the use of immunotherapy in Thyroid Eye Disease at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
Many thanks to those involved in my Dissertation in developing a Patient Reported Outcome Measure which was awarded a Distinction from Oxford University this year. It is our hope to now develop this into a usable PROM.
Mr Norris delivered a talk in London (November 2017) to the British Society of Dermatological Surgeons relating to reconstruction of the eyelids following skin cancer surgery.
The Team at the Oxford Eye Hospital are hosting an evening for GPs and patients on the 3rd July (6-8pm) relating to Thyroid eye disease: the disease and its management. This will involve lectures for those in primary care and forum discussion groups for patients. Please contact Ruby John on 01865 223972 or [email protected] if [...]