About the Society and Conference
The Australia & New Zealand Rhinologic Society Conference is the official conference of the Australian & New Zealand Rhinologic Society.
The Australia & New Zealand Rhinologic Society was formed to promote aspects of Rhinology for Otolaryngologists in
Australia and New Zealand.
The fundamental purpose is to hold meetings at which those interested in Rhinology can discuss clinical practice and present research papers.
The Australia & New Zealand Rhinologic Society was founded in 2003 with the aims to:
- promote all aspects of medical and surgical Rhinology.
- hold meetings at which those interested in Rhinology can meet, discuss clinical practice and present research papers.
- take an overall interest in the development of Rhinology in Australia and New Zealand with special reference to research and the needs of those in training.
- liaise with other national and international Rhinologic (al) Societies, and other medical organisations relevant to the practice of rhinology, especially throughout Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the Pacific region.
The biennial Australian & New Zealand Rhinologic Society Conference to be held in Melbourne 2019, promises to be an exciting and innovating conference.
The three day event will cover all aspects of endoscopic sinus and skull base surgery, as well as the medical management of common rhinologic problems.
In addition to the plenary sessions delivered by our three world-renown keynote speakers, the programme will include presentations of the latest scientific research in the field of rhinology as well as instructional " how I do it sessions" and interactive panel discussions.
The networking function at the conference dinner will be a great opportunity to meet colleagues and share experiences and develop collaborations.
We invite contributions to the program, calling for research and clinical papers and/or posters.