Increasing knowledge, skills and expertise in Otorhinolaryngology, Head & Neck patient care.

OHNNG

Welcome

The annual OHNNG conference is our premier event of the year.

It is a time for members to come together, renew acquaintances, make new connections, immerse in learning and take a small but well-deserved step back from clinical work.

These conferences allow you to hear about and consider information delivered on a vast variety of ENT, Head and Neck and Skull Base topics. There is most definitely something for everyone with the added opportunity to expand your knowledge base on areas that might not be your primary day to day focus.

Year after year the response from our delegates is overwhelmingly positive. There is always something different on offer, but the warmth and enjoyment gained from participating in these meetings with a group of like-minded and motivated nurses never fail to send you home with your cup full of inspiration and enthusiasm.

I invite you to consider joining us in Melbourne – September 2021, in Adelaide – June 2022 and Brisbane – March 2023. The Brisbane meeting will mark the first time the Asia-Oceania Otorhinolaryngological Head and Neck Surgery Congress has been held in Australia for 40 years! The 5- day event is expected to attract 1,500 clinicians and is an opportunity not to be missed.

The conference page will be updated as plans firm up however I suggest you go ahead and request leave for the 2021 September event.

I very much look forward to enjoying these future conferences with you.


Cheryl Kelly

President
Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Nurses Group

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