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  1. What to do in Hawaii

    What to do in Hawaii Honolulu, located on the southeastern shores of the Hawaiian island Oahu, is the state capitol of Hawaii. Honolulu is home to the notorious neighborhood of Waikiki, known to locals as "spouting waters." While the several beaches in Honolulu have plenty of sun, sand and surf opportunities; the bustling city of Honolulu offers a wide range of activities for everyone. Many well-known figures have once called Honolulu home, including President Barack Obama, singer/songwriter B

  2. Organizers responsibilities

    Organizer's responsibilities It is the responsibility of the organizer to work with the assigned hotel or convention center to finalize arrangements, i.e., place orders and arrange for direct billing. IMPORTANT: It is the organizer's responsibility to confirm that all attendees of their ancillary event have registered for the ARVO 2018 Annual Meeting. Signage will not be provided by ARVO. An easel can be placed outside the room for your signage upon request. Any changes to your event must

  3. Advertising, room set up and signage

    Advertising, room set up and signage Advertising events If you would like to advertise your event prior to or onsite at the Annual Meeting there are multiple options*: Purchase a membership or registration list - Contact INFOCUS at +1.800.708.5478 or sales@infocusmarketing.com or visit InfocusMarketing.com for rental information and pricing. Please note that these are mailing lists only and do not contain phone, fax, or email data. Post a message on ARVOConnect Purchase an online ad or pr

  4. Billing and payment

    Billing and payment The organizer is responsible for payment of all ancillary event-related costs, including function space rental (if applicable), food and beverage charges (per the signed BEO), audiovisual and/or computer equipment and any special set-up requirements, such as electrical, sound, internet, telephone, etc. The organizer is responsible for confirming that all attendees of their ancillary event are registered for the ARVO 2018 Annual Meeting Organizers should review the billi

  5. Press policy

    Press policy General information Press credentials are granted to individuals who are on assignment for, or employees of, a media outlet appropriate to the coverage of eye and vision research news. Members of the press credentialed to cover the ARVO Annual Meeting have access to ARVO's press room and receive complimentary meeting registration. All requests for press credentials are subject to the approval and discretion of Katrina Norfleet, Director of Communications. Please direct queries to

  6. Ancillary event guidelines

    Ancillary event guidelines Requesting space for an ancillary event Read the ARVO Policy on Ancillary Events. Ancillary events are scheduled at ARVO's discretion and all events are subject to the rules and regulations as set forth in the policy. There are no exceptions. In 2018, non-exhibiting commercial entities will need to support the ARVO Annual Meeting at a value of at least $2,750*, the cost of a 10x10 commercial inside booth. Any payment made in this regard is a fee for goods and

  7. Event dates and times

    Event dates and times Regardless of location and content, ancillary events of more than 15 attendees may not conflict with the ARVO Annual Meeting scientific program and must fall within the times listed below.  Regardless of content, all events must conform to the ARVO Ancillary Events Policy and be approved by ARVO before scheduling. Friday or Saturday:     Event start and end times depend on whether or not the event contains scientific content. The only exception is that Business Meet

  8. Education Courses

    Education Courses Saturday April 28, 2018 Separate registration is required for all Education Courses. Preliminary information about each course is listed below for your reference.  Full-day courses Big data: Principles to practical application Organizers:  Anne L. Coleman, MD, PhD, FARVO and Michael F. Chiang, MD 8am - 4:30pm "Big Data" is a big buzzword in healthcare today. The use of Big Data for improving healthcare outcomes and controlling costs shows significant promise. This course