Optometry Tomorrow Bitesize attracted 230 visitors in Wembley last weekend during its fifth year.

Organised by the College of Optometrists, lecture content included Raj Das-Bhaumik speaking on lid lumps and bumps and Dr Margaret Woodhouse on binocular vision and children.

Delegates also had the opportunity to attend workshops on a variety of topics such as, AMD, OCT interpretation and Volk lens skills, allowing them to earn up to 9 interactive CET points.

Catherine Bithell, director of member services and communications at the College, said: ‘We are very proud to see the success of Optometry Tomorrow Bitesize grow year by year. It’s great to see that the delegates are enjoying the event and benefiting from the various lectures, workshops and peer discussions that are held on the day.”

Optometry Tomorrow 2018, the College’s annual conference, will be held in Birmingham on March 18-19 next year.