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  • 22 May 2022

    This event offers a full day of education on the theme myopia management designed to bring the profession together to hear from experts and share learnings in this key clinical area. The programme will deliver five live webinars, each offering one interactive CPD point. Delegates are invited to attend the full programme or choose individual sessions based upon their clinical interests.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_DispensingGOC_CPD_Contact_Lens

    Domains: CPD_icon_CommunicationCPD_icon_Special_Requirements

  • 22 May 2022

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_Dispensing

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_Communication

  • 22 May 2022

    This event offers a full day of education on the theme myopia management designed to bring the profession together to hear from experts and share learnings in this key clinical area. The programme will deliver five live webinars, each offering one interactive CPD point. Delegates are invited to attend the full programme or choose individual sessions based upon their clinical interests.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_DispensingGOC_CPD_Contact_Lens

    Domains: CPD_icon_CommunicationCPD_icon_ProfessionalismCPD_icon_Special_Requirements

  • 22 May 2022

    This event offers a full day of education on the theme myopia management designed to bring the profession together to hear from experts and share learnings in this key clinical area. The programme will deliver five live webinars, each offering one interactive CPD point. Delegates are invited to attend the full programme or choose individual sessions based upon their clinical interests.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_DispensingGOC_CPD_Contact_Lens

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_Special_Requirements

  • 22 May 2022

    This event offers a full day of education on the theme myopia management designed to bring the profession together to hear from experts and share learnings in this key clinical area. The programme will deliver five live webinars, each offering one interactive CPD point. Delegates are invited to attend the full programme or choose individual sessions based upon their clinical interests.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_DispensingGOC_CPD_Contact_Lens

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_CommunicationCPD_icon_Special_Requirements

  • 12 May 2022

    In a webinar hosted by Gavin Rebello, leading economist Roger Martin-Fagg takes a look into the future as he breaks down the post-COVID economy and the economic outlook for independent practice owners as well as the wider optical industry.

    Interactive:

  • 05 May 2022

    Acute eye problems worry patients disproportionately compared to many other health issues. This lecture aims to help practitioners in the community better assess patients and decide on the urgency with which to refer them to the Hospital Eye Service.

    Interactive:

    Practitioner type: GOC_CPD_OptometristsGOC_CPD_Dispensing

    Domains: CPD_icon_Clinical_PracticeCPD_icon_Professionalism

  • 22 March 2022

    The last two years has tested us all beyond imagination, leaving many feeling emotionally drained, mentally exhausted and lacking in a sense of fulfilment. Through this wellbeing series, the AOP hopes to help you reconnect with what your life should be filled with and guided by - happiness.

    This four part webinar series has been designed as a journey, ensuring that you have time across the year to embed your learning and new habits in between; however, the webinars can also be attended as standalone sessions that you feel might support a specific need. Find out more about the next wellbeing webinars below.

  • 24 November 2021

    This webinar, delivered in partnership with CooperVision, aims to encourage and support practitioners in including myopia management in their practice; both before the onset of the condition and once myopia is manifest.

  • 23 November 2021

    This webinar will describe the main features of papilloedema and pseudopapilloedema.

  • 07 October 2021

    In this webinar, supported by Johnson & Johnson Vision, you will learn about the first steps in setting up a new business, the factors you will need to consider at the outset, how to maintain records that satisfy HMRC’s requirements, expenses you can claim for and what you can’t, paying your tax.

    Finally, how recent rule changes mean if you work as a locum, either as a sole trader or limited company, or run a practice using locums, you could result in a significant increase in the tax you have to pay and quite possibly very stiff penalties if you fail to implement these changes correctly.

  • 25 September 2021

    This webinar will cover the advances in classifying and predicting eye disease and systemic disease from ocular images using artificial intelligence.

  • 25 September 2021

    In this webinar, we will discuss ways in which perimetry can be improved for a more accurate and precise measurement and interpretation of glaucomatous visual field loss, based on new evidence for changes in the visual pathway in glaucoma. We will also discuss some common pitfalls and misconceptions around alternative visual field tests.

  • 25 September 2021

    This webinar will include real case examples of patients who attended a large ophthalmic emergency department. During the session, we will discuss the importance of history taking when examining these patients as well as detailed descriptions of the presenting signs and symptoms will be discussed as well as the differential diagnoses and referral criteria for such cases.

  • 25 September 2021

    This webinar will explore the signs, referral protocols, treatment and outcomes for patients presenting with intraocular tumours.

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