2019 Robert Guerin Memorial Annual Trainees Meeting
The 2019 Robert Guerin Memorial Annual Trainees Meeting
Sunday 28 - Tuesday 30 July
Pullman Melbourne on the Park Hotel, Victoria
Dr Hari Jeyarajan
Hari Jeyarajan is a Melbourne trained ENT Surgeon with over 2 years of additional subspecialty training in both the UK and USA. He graduated from Monash Medical School with honours in 2005, after which he began basic surgical training. He then commenced ENT training in Melbourne, obtaining his fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2013
Pullman Melbourne on the Park
192 Wellington Parade
Victoria Australia 3000
This year’s extended program has been designed to deliver sessions tailored to different SET levels, including a full day on Sunday 28th July.
The mock examination will be held on Sunday morning – registration for the mock exam is compulsory and is included in the registration process.
Sunday 28 July
- 9am – 1pm Mock Examination for SET 4 & 5 Trainees
- 9am – 1pm Tailored lecture sessions for Novice Trainees
- 1pm – 5.30pm Lecture sessions for all Trainees
- 6.30pm Welcome Drinks
Monday 29 July
- Full day of lecture program – concurrent streamed sessions for different SET levels
- Meeting dinner
Tuesday 30 July
- Full day of lecture program concluding at 2.30pm
Pre-conference Cadaveric Temporal Bone Course
A pre-conference Cadaveric Temporal Bone Course will be held at the RACS.
Dates: Friday 26th - Saturday 27th July 2019
Location: RACS, 250 - 290 Spring Street, East Melbourne
Course Details: Please refer to Vic Temporal Bone Course on this website
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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 for 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.
In 2003 the Council of ASOHNS named the Annual Registrars Conference in acknowledgement of the valuable contributions made by Dr Guerin in establishing and developing the conference.