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Book training at 100% Optical

Back in October, 100% Optical announced that it would once again be offering a comprehensive programme with education partner AOP at ExCeL London from 25-27 February 2023. The new process for attendees to pre-book places for the education sessions has now been released.

100% Optical: Dispensing Workshop
Dispensing Workshop at the last 100% Optical (Image: 100% Optical)

AOP members were able to book CPD sessions at 100% Optical as early as 3 January. Priority access for delegates who registered in advance was unlocked from 9 January, before sessions are now bookable for all other visitors to 100% Optical.


In addition, organisers say 30% of available sessions would be held back for walk-ups on show days to avoid double bookings and make it fairer for all visitors to the UK’s largest optical event.

An educational programme of 140 educational sessions will be offered in collaboration with the AOP, the event’s long-standing partner. Dr Ian Beasley, Head of AOP Education, commented, “The 2023 education programme has been developed to keep pace with the ever-changing clinical landscape, with a range of content on topics such as: Advances in imaging, contemporary management of myopia, the role of artificial intelligence, improved services and how to incorporate measures of sustainability into practice routines.”

Sessions included keynote lectures, discussion workshops, peer reviews and interactive poster trails in 11 different hubs. Key topics included the treatment of myopia, advances in clinical imaging, including the role of artificial intelligence, and dry eye disease, according to 100% Optical.

100% Optical training highlights

The CPD highlights in the advanced training programme of 100% Optical are:

Main Stage

Saturday – Derek Swan looks at AI as the “…next chapter in comprehensive retinal analysis – reshaping ophthalmology”.

Sunday – Paul Morris, Giles Edmonds and Professor Anthony King will explore how the capabilities of the whole eye care sector can be harnessed to reduce avoidable sight loss.

Monday – Ranjan Rajendram will explain the role of widefield colour imaging in clinical practice.

AOP Lounge

Saturday – CooperVision will offer a series of discussion workshops on important topics such as presbyopia, myopia management and patient engagement.

Sunday and Monday – Johnson & Johnson Vision will offer a mix of discussion workshops and peer review sessions on how to meet the modern needs of patients.


All three days of 100% Optical will feature a lecture programme aimed at practitioners with varying levels of imaging experience.

100% Optical: Optos Workshop
Optos is back with a workshop (Image: 100% Optical)

Delegates can also attend the daily ‘Lunch and Learn’ sessions to learn how Optomap can be used in an independent practice.


Visitor registration for the 100% Optical education sessions is now open, for more info visit


Source: 100% Optical


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