The Grand Round is jointly organized by the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences (DOVS) of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), the Kowloon Central Cluster Ophthalmology Service (Hong Kong Eye Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital), and the New Territories East Cluster Ophthalmology Service (Prince of Wales Hospital and Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital).
The Grand Round is a subspecialty-based training and educational programme in clinical ophthalmology and the visual sciences. The Grand Round is a Continuous Medical Education (CME) activity accredited by the College of Ophthalmologists of Hong Kong. It is held at the Lecture Theater, 3/F Hong Kong Eye Hospital, every Thursday afternoon from 17:45 to 19:15. Each Thursday, one subspecialty team from either the Kowloon Central Cluster Ophthalmology Service of the New Territories East Cluster Ophthalmology Service will organize a subspecialty-based programme, which may include formal lectures, literature reviews, research presentations, live surgery and surgical video presentations, journal clubs, case presentations, and quiz. The target audience includes faculty staff and post-graduate students of DOVS, ophthalmology specialists and residents from the two participating clusters and other public institutions, nursing and allied health personnel from the two participating clusters and other public institutions, and any interested ophthalmologists and allied health personnel private sector.
The Grand Round is also broadcasted live to The Joint Shantou University-The Chinese University of Hong Kong International Eye Center (JSIEC) in Shantou, and ten Lifeline Express Microsurgical Training Centers throughout China.