ASOHNS ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING
15 - 22 MARCH 2020
ICC Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Including the Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Nurses Group Inc. 24th National Conference.
Evolving Practice for the Next Decade
The 70th ASOHNS Annual Scientific Meeting is being held in Sydney, March 2020, in the new Sydney International Convention Centre. As conveners, we are pleased to invite you to what promises to be an exciting meeting.
With the new decade looming, we have a program bringing together an update for otolaryngologists moving forward in the next 10 years of practice. We are being joined by five prominent overseas keynote speakers in the fields of Sleep, Rhinology, Pediatrics, Otology and Head & Neck Surgery.
Satellite workshops will offer hands on surgical skill training in otology, rhinology, sleep and head and neck surgery. The theme of our meeting is “Evolving Practice for the Next Decade”, reflecting the need to integrate the evolving knowledge of disease into our day to day practice.
We look forward to welcoming you to Sydney in 2020 for all that the meeting and city has to offer.
In its 70th year, the ASOHNS Annual Scientific Meeting is certain to be a special event.
The Society’s ASM is the premier education and networking event for the otolaryngology head and neck surgery community in Australia.
The 2020 meeting will be hosted at the International Convention Centre, Sydney from Friday 13th to Sunday 15th March.
Led by Richard Harvey and Yuresh Naidoo, the organising committee has invited a highly engaging list of local and international experts.
Enjoy the camaraderie and the opportunities to participate in hands-on demonstrations and Q&A about innovative new products and technology that can help improve your practice and enhance patient care.
Associate Professor Nithin Adappa
Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Division of Rhinology and Skull Base Surgery, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,
Associate Professor Catherine Birman
Medical Director of the Sydney Cochlear Implant Centre, Sydney
Professor Howard Francis
Division of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences, Duke University Medical Center, Durham,
Professor Natacha Teissier
General Secretary YO-IFOS, Pediatric ENT Department, Robert Debré Hospital, Paris,
Dr Kathryn Van Abel
Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota
Professor Tucker Woodson
Department of Otolaryngology, Sleep Medicine and Upper Airway Reconstructive Surgery, Medical College Wisconsin, Wisconsin