Miami Nice 2021

Miami Nice is the Miami-Dade Optometric Physicians Association's annual educational conference.  Miami Nice offers COPE-approved Optometric education along with an interactive corporate Exhibit Hall. The 26th annual Miami Nice Educational Symposium will be held on Sunday, October 17, 2021 at the Hilton Miami Airport Blue Lagoon Hotel.  Please note that this year, Miami Nice is a one day event.
Please note that is not yet 'mobile compatible'; 
Miami Nice Registration may not process properly from a hand-held device.

Miami Nice 2021 Speakers 
(subject to change) 
Dr. Albert Woods
Dr. Mark Dunbar 
Dr. David Rouse 
Early Registration: (before August 1st, 2021)
MDOPA/BCOA member:   $175
AOA member:  $275 Non-AOA member:  $375

Standard Registration:
MDOPA/BCOA member:  $225    AOA member:   $325               Non-AOA member:  $425
Note:  MDOPA, BCOA and AOA memberships will be verified upon registration.  It is the registrant's responsibility to assign the proper rate.  All registration fees must be paid in full prior to the onset of event or admission to the Symposium will be denied and educational credits will not be validated.
Transcript Quality (TQ) course examinations will be assessed a processing fee independent of Miami Nice registration upon conclusion of the Symposium.
A cancellation/refund fee of $50 will be assessed up to 30 days prior to Symposium.  No refunds issued after September 17, 2021.
 Your attendance will be recorded after each lecture is completed by using your phone to scan a QR code.  It is important to download the OE Tracker app and know your ARBO username and password. We will not provide credit slips/stamps at the end of each lecture. The ARBO reports will be used to upload attendance to CE Broker so it is important that you scan after each lecture. If you are not comfortable scanning, our staff will work with you to get your credits reported. 

Important note:
Any education hours earned at Miami Nice 2021 will apply to the Florida biennium beginning March 1
st, 2021 and ending February 28, 2023. All courses offered will be Florida-approved for educational credit, and most, if not all, will be COPE-approved. Due to the varying requirements for each state licensure, the Miami-Dade Optometric Physicians Association will not be responsible for obtaining approval from individual states (outside of Florida) in advance.