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  • 25 May 2022

    Delegates will benefit from an AOP peer review led by members of the AOP clinical & regulatory team and enhance their skills with an interactive discussion workshop with Johnson & Johnson Vision.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_Contact_Lens

    Domains: CPD_icon_LeadershipCPD_icon_ProfessionalismCPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_CommunicationCPD_icon_Special_Requirements

  • 17 May 2022

    This session is delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision.

    Delegates will benefit from an AOP peer review led by members of the AOP clinical & regulatory team and enhance their skills with an interactive discussion workshop with Johnson & Johnson Vision.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_DispensingGOC_CPD_Contact_Lens

    Domains: CPD_icon_LeadershipCPD_icon_ProfessionalismCPD_icon_CommunicationCPD_icon_Special_Requirements

  • 10 May 2022

    Peer review is a great way to share ideas and reflect on different approaches. You will be presented with three cases to discuss in small groups with your peers.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_Optometrists

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_Communication

  • 04 May 2022

    This peer review is delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision.

    The evening will begin with an update from the AOP’s clinical and regulatory team and will be followed by a peer review led by Johnson & Johnson Vision, which will consider the fact that despite ever increasing advances in technology, 50% of toric contact lens wearers cite poor vision as their reason for discontinuing contact lens wear. With the challenging demands of modern lifestyles, the benefits of satisfying our toric contact lens wearers have never been greater.

    This peer review will encourage practitioners to think beyond the refractive requirements of their astigmatic patients, to consider how the design and material properties of the soft toric contact lenses they fit will influence their patients’ overall wearing experience, ensuring their patients enjoy wearing their toric contact lenses for the long term.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_Optometrists

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_Communication

  • 26 April 2022

    This discussion workshop is delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision

    The evening will begin with an update from the AOP’s employment team and will be followed by an interactive session led by Johnson & Johnson Vision, which focuses on helping participants to enhance their communication impact with colleagues and patients. Participants will learn new tools and techniques based on evidenced-based models, and practice applying these, allowing them to leave the session with specific actions which will help them achieve greater success for themselves and others in their one-to-one communication.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_DispensingGOC_CPD_Contact_Lens

    Domains: CPD_icon_CommunicationCPD_icon_ProfessionalismCPD_icon_Special_Requirements

  • 20 April 2022

    This session is delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision.

    Delegates will benefit from an AOP peer review led by members of the AOP clinical & regulatory team and enhance their skills with an interactive discussion workshop with Johnson & Johnson Vision.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_Contact_Lens

    Domains: CPD_icon_LeadershipCPD_icon_ProfessionalismCPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_CommunicationCPD_icon_Special_Requirements

  • 23 March 2022

    This peer review is delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision.

    The evening will begin with an update from the AOP’s clinical and regulatory team and will be followed by a peer review led by Johnson & Johnson Vision, which will consider the fact that despite ever increasing advances in technology, 50% of toric contact lens wearers cite poor vision as their reason for discontinuing contact lens wear. With the challenging demands of modern lifestyles, the benefits of satisfying our toric contact lens wearers have never been greater.

    This peer review will encourage practitioners to think beyond the refractive requirements of their astigmatic patients, to consider how the design and material properties of the soft toric contact lenses they fit will influence their patients’ overall wearing experience, ensuring their patients enjoy wearing their toric contact lenses for the long term.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_Optometrists

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_Communication

  • 16 March 2022

    This discussion workshop is delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision

    The evening will begin with an update from the AOP’s employment team and will be followed by an interactive session led by Johnson & Johnson Vision, which focuses on helping participants to enhance their communication impact with colleagues and patients. Participants will learn new tools and techniques based on evidenced-based models, and practice applying these, allowing them to leave the session with specific actions which will help them achieve greater success for themselves and others in their one-to-one communication.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_DispensingGOC_CPD_Contact_Lens

    Domains: CPD_icon_CommunicationCPD_icon_ProfessionalismCPD_icon_Special_Requirements

  • 14 December 2021

    Peer discussion is a great way to share ideas and reflect on different approaches. You will be presented with cases to discuss in small groups with your peers.

  • 09 December 2021

    This session, delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision, will examine the initial considerations when fitting a child, following the patient through into adulthood and beyond. At each stage of life, we will consider common ocular findings and look to match contact lenses to ocular health, visual and lifestyle needs.

  • 02 December 2021

    Peer discussion is a great way to share ideas and reflect on different approaches. You will be presented with three cases to discuss in small groups with your peers.

  • 01 December 2021

    Delegates will benefit from an AOP peer discussion led by members of the AOP Clinical & Regulatory team and enhance their skills with an interactive discussion workshop with Johnson & Johnson Vision on looking through the eyes of a presbyopic patient.

  • 25 November 2021

    This session, delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision, will help you explore how best to manage presbyopic patients by following the journey of an existing spherical contact lens wearer who has recently become presbyopic.

  • 18 November 2021

    This session, delivered in partnership with Johnson & Johnson Vision, will examine the initial considerations when fitting a child, following the patient through into adulthood and beyond. At each stage of life, we will consider common ocular findings and look to match contact lenses to ocular health, visual and lifestyle needs.

  • 16 November 2021

    Peer discussion is a great way to share ideas and reflect on different approaches. You will be presented with cases to discuss in small groups with your peers.

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