Professor Lyndon Jones to present guest lecture at CooperVision event
The director of CORE will discuss reducing hypoxia, myopia management and contact lens patient retention
The director of the Centre for Ocular Research and Education (CORE) and professor at the University of Waterloo in Canada will discuss reducing hypoxia, myopia management and contact lens patient retention.
Other topics that will be discussed include developments in myopia management and clinical considerations for using silicone hydrogel contact lenses.
Taking place at the Vox Conference Centre, the Changing Perspectives, changing lives event aims to highlight the opportunity that contact lenses offer in improving the lives of patients.
The event will feature a Q&A panel and conclude with a discussion workshop worth three continuing education and training points on optimising contact lens aftercare.
Speaking about the event, director of marketing and national accounts at CooperVision, Mark Draper, said: “We’re confident that the seminar series will really help highlight the clinical factors in lens recommendation for today’s daily disposable patients and their demands in terms of health, lifestyle and convenience, as well as providing a valuable forum for dialogue with a world leader in contact lens research.”
For further information about the International Seminar Series, visit the event website.