Scope Corporate Eyecare Programme

Take control of your eye health in 2022 with our well-being programme

In Scope, we are passionate about improving people’s quality of life and well-being. Throughout 2022, we hope to support you and your colleagues in minding and managing your eye health.

We will be hosting live workshops and will provide, free, practical support and advice to employees that may be experiencing symptoms of dry eyes, allergies, macular degeneration and glaucoma.

At Scope our mission is to provide everyone with access to great resources and products that can help them understand what must be done to maintain healthy vision and establish good eye health habits.

Taking the first step to better eye health habits:

It’s simple, we will achieve this by helping you and your colleagues to create and maintain healthy habits. All habits can be broken down into three basic components:


The Trigger

This is the thing that makes you take action. We aim to be that trigger for you. 


Taking Action

We will give you the tools and mechanisms to take care of your eyes with practical advice from our experts.


The Reward

Happy healthy eyes, improved mental health and less fatigue at the end of the working day. 

Working with Dry Eye Webinar

Your first step towards healthier eyes

In March 2022 we will be hosting a 40 minute webinar with to share information and tips on good ergonomics for healthy, comfortable eyes. During this 40 minute webinar, our experts will discuss practical ways we can all improve our eye health from our morning routine, to hobbies and nutrition.

Reserve your seat for this free webinar?

Preregister and also receive access to webinar recording after the event

Registration For This Event Is now Closed

Our next event will be taking place in July 2022. You can register for this event by clicking the button below:

Learn More About Scope

Scope is a family run eyecare and healthcare company, operating in Ireland, the UK and the USA. This programme is part of our Corporate Social Responsibility and commitment to Goal 3 Good Health & Wellbeing under the Sustainable Development Goals.

UN Sustainability Goal 3 - Good health and Well-being
Registration is open!Reserve your spot for the next Dry Eye Well-being Seminar

The Benefits of Preservative Free Drops
  • Benzalkonium chloride (BAK) is the most frequently used preservative in preserved eye drops. BAK can induce corneal and conjunctival epithelial cell apoptosis, damage corneal nerves, delay wound healing, interfere with tear film stability and cause loss of goblet cells.3
  • The negative symptoms experienced through the use of BAK-preserved drops may impact adherence to the prescribed treatment or management regime.4
  • Preservative-free tear replacement is preferred in cases of frequent and chronic application.5
  • Patients with Dry Eye Disease (DED), especially those with severe DED who require dosing over 4 times daily with lubricants or who use ocular lubricants in conjunction with other chronic topical therapies such as glaucoma medications, should avoid the use of ocular lubricants containing preservative.3
HYLO-Tear and HYLO-Forte Price Comparison
Product HYLO Tear HYLO Forte Evolve HA Hyabak Thealoz Duo
Drug Tariff price1 £8.50 £9.50 £5.99 £8.99 £7.99
Average duration of scripts (days) 30.31 30.65 19.78 27.07 25.55
Annual cost to ICS per patient £102.36 £111.85 £110.53 £128.43 £107.73


*Analysed data for preservative free (PF) ocular lubricants from Cegedim’s THIN database, Jan 2020-Dec 2020 (Representative of 400+ GP practices & 3.2M patient population)