Priority Bookings For 100% Optical CPD Sessions Now Live

100% Optical CPD classes

CPD session bookings at 100% Optical are now open for AOP members. Priority access for delegates that registered in advance will be live from 9th January, ahead of sessions being available for all remaining visitors to 100% Optical.

As part of its ongoing show enhancements and taking into account exhibitor and visitor feedback, 100% Optical announced this new process for delegates to book their places at the hugely popular CPD sessions during the show. In addition, 30% of session availability is being held back for walk-ups on the days of the exhibition, to avoid double bookings and make it fairer for all attending the UK’s largest optical event.

A world-class education programme including 140 CPD sessions will once again be delivered from 25th-27th February 2023 at ExCeL London in collaboration with the AOP, the event’s long-standing partner.

Dr. Ian Beasley, AOP head of education and Optometry Today clinical editor, commented: “The education program for 2023 has been designed to keep pace with an ever-changing clinical landscape, with a range of content on themes such as: advances in imaging; contemporary management of myopia; the role of artificial intelligence; enhanced services; and how to embed sustainability measures into the practice workflow.”

With content commissioned to meet the needs of all practitioner types, the sessions will include keynote lectures, discussion workshops, peer reviews and interactive poster trails across 11 different hubs. Key topics will feature myopia management, advances in clinical imaging, including the role of artificial intelligence, and dry eye disease.

CPD Highlights

Main Stage

  • Saturday – Derek Swan considers AI as the ‘… next chapter in comprehensive retinal analysis – reshaping eye healthcare.’
  • Sunday – Paul Morris, Giles Edmonds, and Professor Anthony King will explore how the skills of the entire eye care sector can be used to reduce avoidable sight loss.
  • Monday – Ranjan Rajendram will outline the role of widefield color imaging in clinical practice.

AOP Lounge

  • Saturday – CooperVision will deliver a series of discussion workshops on key topics such as presbyopia, myopia management, and patient retention.
  • Sunday and Monday – Johnson & Johnson Vision will host content with a mix of discussion workshops and peer review sessions outlining how to meet the modern day needs of patients.


  • Across all three days – a program of lectures will be delivered designed for practitioners with varying degrees of imaging experience. Delegates can also benefit from attending daily ‘lunch and learn’ sessions to understand how to integrate Optomap in an independent practice setting.


Visitor registration is now live for 100% Optical. To register for free, go to

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