Island Eyes ConferenceJan 21, 2007 - Jan 27, 2007
<a href="http://www.princeville.com">Princeville Resort</a>, 5520 Ka Haku Rd, Kauai, HI
<em>The Future of Eye Care and Optometry</em><p><p>Pacific University's College of Optometry and the Southern California College of Optometry offer 30 hours of continuing education on the garden island of Kauai.
The 24th-Annual Island Eyes Conference takes you to the garden Island of Kauai. Our acclaimed panel of speakers will give cutting edge presentations in the mornings and your afternoons will be free to enjoy the myriad activities on Kauai with friends and family. This beautiful setting is a backdrop for an outstanding educational program. Once again we will offer complimentary sessions for your paraoptometric to enhance their skills and knowledge in the optometric practice.Our roster of speakers includes skilled clinicians,internationally acclaimed educators, and doctors who will present challenging cases that illustrate the art and science of diagnosis, treatment and management.
Invited speakers include:
- Anthony Aldave, MD
- Ken Eakland, OD
- Dina Erickson, OD
- Graham Erickson, OD
- John McGreal, OD
- Robert Pinkert, OD
- James Sheedy, OD, PhD
- Julie Schornack, OD, MEd
- Les Walls, OD, MD
- Salisa Williams, OD
About Princeville Resort
The conference will be held at the opulent Princeville Resort on the North Shore of Kauai. The Princeville boasts a magnificent view of Hanalei Bay and the tiered design of the resort provides ocean views for most of the rooms.
There are two championship 18-hole golf courses and the Prince Course
has been rated #1 by Golf Digest.
Other family activities include
"zipline" tours, kayaking, horseback riding, tennis, and hiking. The
beaches in Hanalei Bay are very popular with surfers. The community of
Hanalei offers shopping and restaurants and capitalizes on its surfing
Special rates available Jan. 18-Jan., 30, 2007
rates have been negotiated at the Princeville and are significant
discounts over the published rack rates. These rates are
available to our conference participants over the conference dates and
for three days prior to and following the conference (based on space
availability). Please note that staying at the hotel helps to reduce
the conference costs.
Rooms must be booked by Dec. 21, 2006, to obtain special rates:
Run of House $265 (garden view/partial ocean view)
Run of Ocean $305
Please note that the above rates do not include taxes (currently 11.4%) nor do they include the daily parking fee. To book at the rates listed above, please note that you are participating in the Pacific University Island Eyes Conference.
Please consult with your local travel agency to make travel
arrangements to Kauai. The airport is in Lihue (LIH) and there are
direct flights from the mainland as well as transfers from Honolulu.
Your travel agent can advise you on flight options and information
about activities on the island.
Fee includes 30 hours of continuing education, course materials, coffee breaks, Dean's Welcome Reception
- $450 up to December 1, 2006 (early) for those staying at Princeville Resort
- $550 after December 1, 2006 (late) for those staying at Princeville Resort
- $150 per day
If you are NOT STAYING at the Princeville Resort, the registration rates are:
- $600 up to December 1, 2006 (early)
- $700 after December 1, 2006 (late)
- $150 per day
Complimentary registration for the paraoptometric education is available to staff members and spouses of fully registered optometrists (one complimentary registration per registered OD).
For those not accompanied by a fully registered OD, the fee will be $225.
Conference Refund Policy
Refunds will be granted, less a $25 processing fee, if the registration is canceled before December 20, 2006.
A portion of your registration fee will help support advancement
needs within the Pacific University College of Optometry and related
special needs of the profession.
For more information please contact
Jeanne Oliver, 503-352-2740
Marti Fredericks, 503-352-2207
Download the brochure (pdf document)
Posted by Brian Hess (email@example.com) on Aug 1, 2006 at 2:12 PM