On 20th June 2018, CooperVision hosted an Unlock the Potential event at the exclusive Rosewood Hotel in London, which featured two insightful presentations by key note speakers; Mark Draper and Dr Kathy Dumbleton.

Mark Draper - Head of Marketing and Professional Services,  Coopervision

Watch below as Mark shared important findings from CooperVision's recent large-scale consumer research project that highlighted the emotional benefits contact lenses can bring.

Dr Kathy Dumbleton -  Clinical Associate Professor at the University of California, Berkeley

Dr Dumbleton is a clinical scientist and educator with more than 30 years of experience in vision research, with specific interests in contact lenses, the ocular surface, dry eye, visual performance and compliance (adherence) with health care treatments. Kathy trained as an optometrist in the United Kingdom and completed her MSc in Physiological Optics and PhD in Vision Science at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. Kathy is currently a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of California, Berkeley. 

Watch Kathy's presentation below which includes invaluable information carefully selected to help ECPs understand how a patient’s wearing experience can be improved with silicone hydrogel daily disposable contact lenses. Her presentation also featured a review of published clinical data on why silicone hydrogel is the material of choice, even in a daily modality.