The Australian New Zealand Society of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology
The Australian New Zealand Society of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology was formed to enable Paediatric Ear Nose and Throat- Head and Neck surgical specialists to engage together in meaningful discussion and clinical information sharing.
The society promotes research in paediatric otolaryngology and has an annual forum to discuss this. Membership is for Ear Nose and Throat- Head and Neck surgical specialists who devote a substantial portion of their clinical work to Paediatric care.
The 4th South Pacific ORL Forum (South Pac) is a combined three day educational meeting incorporating 70th Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the New Zealand Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (NZSOHNS), 32nd ASM of the Australian New Zealand Society of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology (ANZSPO) and the 10th ASM of the Australian and New Zealand Rhinologic Society (ANZRS) and accordingly will be one of the largest ENT educational meeting in recent years.
The three days of educational program will include keynote presentations on the latest in innovative techniques as well as free papers in the areas of rhinology, laryngology, otology, head and neck, facial plastics and sleep - in adults and paediatrics. These keynote presentations will be supported by concurrent sessions covering all the above sub disciplines, including panel discussions, case studies and networking to facilitate the highest level of educational experience. We have already secured a number of leading international speakers.
There will be case based panel discussions and debates in all aspects of Otolaryngology. The preliminary program for South Pac also includes up to three interactive breakfast sessions on two days that will feature speakers and panellists who are at the cutting edge of the most up to date surgical procedures and research.
One of the core objectives of South Pac is to provide an environment in which surgeons from Australia, New Zealand, USA and the Pacific region can meet, interact and network in the interests of the highest level of education, which can benefit their patients and the communities in which they practice.
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Murali Mahadevan, Convenor 4th South Pacific ORL Forum