Physicians are invited to engage faculty and colleagues in small group settings. Speakers will offer insight into hot topics and challenging cases and then take questions from the audience.
Combined General Sessions
We kick off the week with combined general sessions. Attendees are invited to come together and gain insight from the physician, nurse and administrator viewpoints. Saturday conversations will surround a variety of subspecialty areas. Sunday will focus on what’s new this year and how to adapt to the changing ophthalmic practice environment and will also feature the Lindstrom Leadership Award & Lecture and a special guest speaker presentation. Please note Saturday and Sunday sessions are only approved for CME credit(s) for physicians where indicated.
Individual General Sessions
Sessions specific to comprehensive ophthalmologists, retina specialists, administrators/office managers and nurses/technicians/allied health professionals will be held Monday through Friday with individual CME/COE/CNE program content and speakers tailored to each group. Benefit from didactic presentations and interactive panel discussions given by 100+ combined faculty members who will share perspectives and pearls and then make time for one-on-one conversations with attendees. These faculty help foster the unique experience that makes Hawaiian Eye and Retina one of the best meetings in all of ophthalmology.
OSN's Disruptive Innovations**
Join our fun and interactive conversations and perspectives on new technologies and innovations that are changing ophthalmology practice and improving patient care.
Gain new information from industry representatives while you enjoy continental breakfast in the early mornings and snacks/refreshments mid-mornings. Raffles drawn Sunday through Friday.
Practical training in equipment, technology and insurance. Please note not all workshops are intended for technicians.
Banyan Tree Sessions
Physicians are encouraged to extend their learning beyond the meeting room. Participate in an open dialogue among a small group of peers in a relaxed, outdoor setting and experience education with a view.
Join your colleagues on a journey through the legends and history of Hawaii complete with stories, drumbeats, folk music, hula dancing and fire performers. This event is open to all attendees and their guests; an additional fee is required – please reserve tickets directly from the Grand Wailea (please choose January 18, 2024 to be with our group).
*These events are not approved for educational credit.
**These events are not approved for educational credit and are neither provided nor endorsed by Hawaiian Eye/Retina or their accredited provider.