Optometry Tomorrow Bitesize featured some of the best received sessions from Optometry Tomorrow 2015 and attracted over 150 attendees.
The College is joint signatory of a letter published in The Telegraph today (18 September 2015) which calls for reforms that would ensure that children in special schools have regular sight tests.
As part of the annual Open House London festival of architecture, the College will be opening its doors to the public from 1-5pm on Sunday 20 September 2015.
Professor David Gartry HonFCOptom will present his lecture at Optometry Tomorrow Bitesize, the College of Optometrists one day conference at the Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel on Sunday 27 September.
World renowned speaker and College Fellow, Professor Bruce Evans FCOptom, will open the College's new cycle of regional events with a fantastic interactive, case-based presentation.
The Colleges membership fees will remain unchanged for a sixth year, even though the annual number of CET events offered has more than doubled, and several new benefits have been introduced.
Bookings have opened for the College of Optometrists first hospital events, designed exclusively for newly-qualified optometrists.
We are looking for patients for our gonioscopy and AMD workshops at Optometry Tomorrow Bitesize, taking place at the Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel on Sunday 27 September.
Manchester Royal Eye Hospital
A new and exciting event exclusively for members who qualified after July 2012) to tour Manchester Royal Eye Hospital and attend a lecture.
Moorfields Eye Hospital
A new and exciting event exclusively for members who qualified after July 2012) to tour Moorfields Eye Hospital and attend a lecture.
Students - find out about your free member benefits while at University.
Pre-Registration Optometrists - all the information you require on the Pre-Registration Scheme.
The Public - information on common eye health issues and tips on how to keep your eyes healthy.
Find an optometrist
Search for your local College member.