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100% Optical 2015 is set to deliver yet another world-leading educational programme produced in partnership with the Association of Optometrists (AOP). There will be inspirational keynote lectures each day from leading international experts, and additional focused seminars in key areas within the exhibition.

A staggering 100+ CET points were on offer during seminars at 100% Optical in 2014 and attracted star speakers from as far afield as Australia, South Africa, Holland and Israel.

Places on each seminar session are limited and booking will open very soon. Make sure you register your free place today to be the first to know!

2015 Speakers include:

seminars Pete Coffey

Professor Peter Coffey

Professor Peter Coffey, from UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, will talk about the development of ground breaking stem cell therapies for age-related macular degeneration (AMD) including innovative delivery, surgical and imaging techniques.

seminars margaret

Dr. Maggie Woodhouse

School of Optometry & Vision Sciences Cardiff University. Maggie is a qualified optometrist, who for the last 20 years, has specialised in clinical work and in research, in eye care for children and adults with disabilities. She returns to the main stage to discuss the challenge of getting it right for the child patient.

seminars declan-flanagan

Declan Flanagan

Last year's popular OCT workshops on the Equipment Hub are back for 2015. Moorfields Eye Hospital Medical Director and consultant ophthalmic surgeon Declan flanagan will present the Monday session. 

seminars jason-kirk

Jason Kirk

Following the launch of this new brand Kirk & Kirk, Jason Kirk will present a retrospective on eyewear on the Fashion Hub. 

seminars arnold-wilkins

Professor Arnold Wilkins

The University of Essex Professor and inventor of colour overlays in the treatment of dyslexia will discuss colour in the treatment of visual stress. 

seminars Cill-Hubbard

Cilla Hubbard FBDO

Cilla Hubbard has 23 years experience on the high street as a dispensing optician and is also a specialist in low vision, both at Northampton General Hospital and her own low vision practice. She will discuss how best to support patients to live a more independent and confident life with vision loss on the Lens Hub.