EuroTimes is ESCRS's educational publication. Aiming to provide insights to all ophthalmologists with content from ESCRS meetings.
In 1996, the ESCRS Board decided to start a newspaper, because there was a lot of material from ESCRS meetings and other international meetings that the society felt deserved a wider audience. The first edition of Cataract and Refractive Surgery EuroTimes was published in February 1996. The magazine was renamed ESCRS EuroTimes in July 1999.
ESCRS EuroTimes Remit
ESCRS EuroTimes is published by the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS), C/O MCI, Suite 7 – 9 The Hop Exchange, 24 Southwark St, London SE1 1TY, United Kingdom. ESCRS is the leading forum in Europe for discussion, learning and the development of cataract and refractive surgery. Evolution in procedures is the direct result of ophthalmologists teaching each other and learning from each other. The society attracts members from across Europe and the rest of the world and the activities of the ESCRS provide the means and forum for this learning experience. ESCRS EuroTimes, which is the official news magazine of the ESCRS, circulates to more than 47,000 ophthalmologists in Europe and other territories including USA, Latin America, Africa, Asia and Australia.
ESCRS EuroTimes Achievements
ESCRS EuroTimes is a member of Magazines Ireland which is the lobby group for magazines in Ireland. Magazines Ireland also organises an annual awards ceremony and ESCRS EuroTimes has won several awards including the prestigious Business To Business Magazine Of The Year award (over 5,000 circulation) in 2007, 2011, 2015 and 2016.