WELCOME TO THE MEETING
The Gold Coast University Hospital Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (ORLHNS) warmly invites Australlian and New Zealand Trainees and International Medical Graduates to attend the Robert Guerin Memorial Annual Trainees Meeting to be held on the Gold Coast at the Marriott Resort from Sunday 24 to Tuesday 26 July 2016.
This meeting will cover many of the core areas of the ORLHNS curriculum (Otology, Rhinology, Laryngology, Head and Neck and Paediatrics) with a practical, interactive and FRACS Examination based focus.
The meeting faculty will be composed of local ENT surgeons as well as related specialists and closely aligned Allied Health Professionals. The meeting will commence on Sunday 24 July with a practice Fellowship Exmination for SET 4 and SET 5 Trainees and International Medical Graduates. SET 3 Trainees will be allowed to observe (Bulldog) the examination. The examination will include, along with short cases, Anatomy, Pathology, and Operative Surgery Vivas.
Welcome drinks will be served beside the lagoon at the Marriott Resort from 6:00 PM until 7:30 PM. Please join the Convener, Faculty, Meeting Organiser, Our Trade Partners and your fellow trainees in a relaxed atmosphere to get you in the mood for the meeting!
The educational program will run from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM on both Monday and Tuesday (The final session on Tuesday will be an informal quiz between trainees with a prize being offered for the winner!).
The conference dinner will be held from 7:00 PM on Monday 25 July at Level 78 SkyPoint Broadbeach. SkyPoint offers unparalleled views of the Gold Coast and hinterland.Coach travel to and from SkyPoint will be provided for delegates.The Keynote Speaker at the dinner will be Professor William Coman.
Dr ROBERT GUERIN
The meeting is named in honour of Dr Robert Guerin, an Adelaide otolaryngologist and past President of ASOHNS (1991 - 1993). Dr Guerin was the convener of the inaugural trainee meeting held in Adelaide in 1990. He was a great contributor to the OHNS specialty and a dedicated teacher who promoted the specialty both locally and internationally. Dr Guerin's list of accomplishments was long and impressive. He obtained Fellowships to both the Edinburgh and English Royal College of Surgeons as well as the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. His training included appointments at St Mary's Hospital, London and Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford.
Further information on the meeting can be obtained by contacting the Meeting Organiser:
SET Program Administrator
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