Keith Barton is a Consultant Ophthalmologist and Glaucoma Specialist at Moorfields Eye Hospital, Professor of Ophthalmology at University College London, Co-founder and Co-organiser of Ophthalmology Futures Forums and the International Glaucoma Surgery Registry and former Editor-in-Chief of the British Journal of Ophthalmology.
Please click on the links below to discover more about his various fields of work. The links to social media above connect to the relevant services.
Glaucoma Surgical tips and clinical vignettes on Instgram.
Glaucoma surgical tips and clinical vignettes on YouTube including management of other intra-ocular pressure-related problems such as cyclodialysis clefts.
YouTube channel offering videos and clinical pearls of minimally or micro-invasive glaucoma surgical procedures both during surgery and afterward.
Selected Talks and Lectures by Keith Barton on Glaucoma Surgery and related issues on YouTube
An online resource offering non-commercial patient information on minimally or micro-invasive glaucoma surgery in a number of languages run by Dr Nathan Kerr, Royal Victorian Eye Infirmary, Melbourne, Australia and Keith Barton in collaboration with an international panel of glaucoma specialists.
The Moorfields International Glaucoma Symposium is run annually at the Royal College of Physicians in London on behalf of the glaucoma service at Moorfields Eye Hospital organised annually by Keith Barton in collaboration with a programme committee composed of Consultants from Moorfields Glaucoma Service.
Clinician-driven industry investor meetings focused on innovation in the Ophthalmic Sector held annually in Europe and periodically in Asia. Co-organised and co-chaired by Keith Barton and Dr Kuldev Singh from Stanford.
The international glaucoma surgery registry provides an online source for clinicians to capture their glaucoma surgical outcomes and to provide large scale international data on patient outcomes across the spectrum of glaucoma surgery. Co-developed and run by Dr Nathan Kerr, Royal Victorian Eye Infirmary, Melbourne, Australia and Keith Barton.