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PUBLICATIONS

  • Comparing the 1CU accommodative, multifocal, and monofocal intraocular lenses:

randomized trial. Harman FE, Maling S, Kampougeris G, Langan L, Khan I, Lee N, Bloom PA. Ophthalmology. 2008 Jun;115(6):993-1001.e2. PMID: 18031818

  • J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2011 Dec;64(12):1661-4. Epub 2011 Jul 8. Surgical

management of two complex cases of large juvenile orbital ossifying fibroma. Hachach-Haram N, Benyon S, Maling S, Joshi N, Grant WE, Kirkpatrick WN

  • Sclerotherapy treatment of orbital lymphatic malformations: a large single-centre experience.

Barnacle AM, Theodorou M, Maling SJ, Abou-Rayyah Y. Br J Ophthalmol. 2016 Feb;100(2):204-8. doi: 10.1136/bjophthalmol-2015-306657. PMID: 26085546

  • Importance of a clinical ophthalmology placement in the UK undergraduate medical syllabus.

Gout T, Gaunt D, Maling S. Med Teach. 2015;37(9):887. doi: 10.3109/0142159X.2015.1009430. No abstract available. PMID: 25665627

  • Importance of a clinical ophthalmology placement in the UK undergraduate medical syllabus.

Gout T, Gaunt D, Maling S. Med Teach. 2015;37(9):887. doi: 10.3109/0142159X.2015.1009430. No abstract available. PMID: 25665627

  • Clearing the fog on corneal transplants. Maria Borland*, William Hickman*, Michael

O'Gallagher, Rashmi Mathew, Narciss Okhravi, Sarah Maling. BUJO 2014;2:bujo.2014.014 | Published: 4 September 2014

 

SARAH MALING

 

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMOLOGIST • BSc • M.S. ChB • FRCOphth

 

"My eyes are my favourite part of me-

not for how they look but for how they

see. "

Frau Feuerameise

ABOUT SARAH

 

Sarah Maling is an experienced consultant ophthalmologist spcialising in general ophthalmology, strabismus, cataract and all paediatric ophthalmology. She commenced clinical ophthalmology in 2002 and is experienced in all aspects of ophthalmology. She thoroughly enjoys all aspects of delivering eye care within the NHS, from clinic to eye casualty and theatre.

Sarah is experienced in caring for both children and adults alike and was appointed the Chair of National Recruitment for the United Kingdom in 2018.

Sarah first developed an interest in ophthalmology when working in Glasgow in 2002. The variety of units she has worked in allows her to amalgamate the techniques and years of learning in her own practice.She has since worked within a in the Glasgow area and then spent 10 years working in London including completing fellowships at Moorfields Eye Hospital and at Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Mrs Maling is now a Consultant at Buckinghamshire Health Care Trust and the lead for Paediatric and Strabismus and Joint Lead for Cataract.

Mrs Maling will see private patients at both Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury and The Saxon Clinic in Milton Keynes.

WORK

 

Sarah is currently a consultant Ophthalmologist at the Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust at Stoke Mandeville and Wycombe General Hospital.

DEGREES

 

  • BSc. St Andrews, Glasgow.
  • M.B. ChB., University of Manchester, Manchester.
  • MRCOphth London
  • F.R.C.Ophth, London.
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Education, University College London (UCL), IOE, London.

 

 

 

 

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

 

  • First prize in the Royal Society of Medicine open Ophthalmic poster competition- 2004 Prospective

Randomised Double Blind Trial comparing monodical, accommodative and multifocal intraocular n lenses.

  • Fight for Sight Bursary- BOSU 2012 on Endogenous Endophthalmititis, Grant to carry out BOSU

survey commencing June 2012.

  • Richard Collins Scholarship for project: Genetic analysis of patients with ocular-eyelid colobomath

and facial clefts to understand the molecular mechanism of embryonic fissure closure. 2013. (Moosajee, Britto, Abou-Rayyah)

 

INVITED LECTURES (SELECTED)

 

  • Committee member and lead for Training the Trainers Supervision Royal College of Ophthalmology
  • Glasgow Regional Teaching March 15th 2017
  • Lecturer and on faculty for Royal College of Ophthalmology 'Training the Trainers Course' since 2010
  • Lecturer at BMJ Masterclasses- National Sub.-specialty training days for GPs- Ophthalmology:2

lectures per year .

  • Invited organiser/author of training day for Educational Supervisor and Clinical Tutor specific to

Ophthalmology London Deanery Delivered: St Thomas' 2010 and City Road March 2011

  • How to teach? How to learn?- Regional Teaching at Western Ophthalmic Hospital London
  • Morning of lectures to year 2 UG medical school UCL on integration of physiology
  • Tips (training the trainers UCL) to consultants from Ningbo China 2013
  • Inaugural lecture to Barts Undergraduate Ophthalmological Society 2013