Optometry Tomorrow returns for 2022 featuring a jam-packed programme
The College of Optometrists’ flagship conference, Optometry Tomorrow, has officially returned, and will be welcoming delegates back once again to Telford in June.
The two-day conference will be held from 19-20 June 2022 at the Telford International Centre. Delegates will enjoy a programme packed with the latest clinical innovations and techniques, offering a variety of lectures, seminars, peer discussions, and hands-on workshops.
This year’s conference will focus on the future of eye care, including a keynote lecture on integrated eye care services across the UK. This session will be delivered jointly by The College of Optometrists’ President, Colin Davidson FCOptom and President of The Royal College of Ophthalmologists, Professor Bernie Chang. During the lecture, they will discuss the two organisations’ shared vision for integrated eye care and what optometrists can do to transform services. The programme will also cover a range of practice-based topics, including OCT, BV, glaucoma, dry eye, contact lenses and myopia management. Up to 15 interactive CPD points are available across the two days.
President of The College of Optometrists, Colin Davidson FCOptom, says; “We are delighted to see the return of our annual conference and excited to welcome everyone back. Face-to-face networking events and hands-on workshops have been greatly missed over the past two years, and we’re pleased to offer the opportunity for colleagues to meet once again and experience the latest in clinical practice and career inspiration.
“During the pandemic, optometrists have continued to adapt and grow their scope of practice in line with the changes and demands of healthcare. At Optometry Tomorrow, we look to the future, and I am are pleased to announce that I will be presenting alongside Professor Bernie Chang at this year’s keynote lecture, ‘what does good integrated eye care look like?’. I look forward to drawing on a range of experiences from across the UK, and discussing this important topic at this interactive session.”
College members who book by 6 May can purchase a two-day ticket for just £185 (full rate £370), or a one-day ticket for £135 (full rate £270).
Visit our website for programme details and to book your place.