RGM 2021 25 - 27 July

 Welcome to RGM21 Virtual & F2F Adelaide Hub!

 

I would like to welcome you all virtually and F2F to vibrant Adelaide, globally renowned for its beauty and diverse surrounds and boasting world class facilities all within walking distance.

 

This year we will be delivering a hyrbrid meeting broadcast live from the RACS Adelaide office to Capital City Virtual Hubs across Australia and New Zealand. 

 
Our meeting is designed to be clinically focused and topical with subspecialty interest fellowship surgeons sharing their experiences.  We have a multi-disciplinary head and neck format with radiology, radiation oncology, medical oncology and surgeons discussing both routine and complex issues with head and neck cancer management.  The 3D anatomy lecture is amazing and not to be missed.

 

And finally thank you to all our ENT Stakeholders for making this happen!

 

A/Prof Eng Ooi

RGM21 Convenor

RTS SA Chair, Board of OHNS RACS

 

 


* F2F Meeting Venue

RACS Adelaide Office
Meeting Room 1
24 King William Street
Kent Town
* Adelaide Trainees, Sponsors and Speakers

 

State Satellite Hubs

Brisbane
RACS Office, Boardroom
Kangaroo Point
QLD trainees and Sponsors

Sydney
ASOHNS Office, Boardroom
Union Street, McMahons Point
NSW trainees and Sponsors
Melbourne
RACS Head Office
Spring Street, East Melbourne
VIC trainees and Sponsors
Perth
RACS Office, Meeting Room 2
Stirling Highway, Claremont
WA trainees and Sponsors

 


Social Program!

 

 

 


 

Thank you to our Principal Sponsor............

 

 

And to our Major Sponsors

 

 

 

 

  

 

 


 

 


Dr Robert Guerin

This 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.

Robert Guerin Research Prize

The Garnett Passe Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation will award the annual Robert Guerin Research prize for the best adjudged Australian trainee research.

The prize will comprise of a GPRWMF Certificate, free registration and an opportunity to present as a speaker at the Frontiers Meeting.