There is still time to register for the College of Optometrists’ flagship event, Optometry Tomorrow.
The Association of Optometrists invites nominations from eligible members for its 2024 Council elections.
A pioneering session has brought together a group of independent prescribers to create content ‘for practitioners by practitioners’ for use in real world scenarios.
At 100% Optical, ABDO College will be offering attendees the chance to learn more about ABDO College courses, from the popular optical assistant course through to ophthalmic dispensing and contact lenses optician qualifications.
Battersea MP joined constituents in a High Street optometry practice to discuss the importance of primary eye care services “commissioned equitably”.
New £1.9m investment in equipment, teaching and research space for students.
The Sector Partnership for Optical Knowledge and Education (SPOKE) has published the output of its fourth project.
The AOP welcomes the move, which recognises the important healthcare service provided by the optometry profession.
Volunteers took delight in dispensing to the Crisis at Christmas guests who returned this week to collect their glasses, with frames kindly donated by Specsavers and lenses and glazing by EssilorLuxottica.
In a keynote health policy speech at the Institute for Government (IfG) annual conference, Karin Smyth MP committed to working with primary care optometry to reduce hospital waiting times.
Shadow Health Minister, Karin Smyth MP, has outlined Labour’s plans to support improved eyecare services.