Scientific Meetings and Other Events

There is no doubt that scientific meetings are one of the most important activities organised by the ANZHNCS. These meetings are valuable opportunities to stay up to date with the latest learning from both local and international experience. They can also be a source of inspiration and help re-energise our efforts in preventing and treating head and neck cancers.

2024 MOGA Annual Scientific Meeting

Dates: Wednesday 14 – Friday 16 August 2024
Venue: International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney, NSW, Australia
Theme: Caring for Tomorrow: Bridges in Cancer Care Technology and Innovation 

 15% discount on Early Bird registration, wends on 15 June. To take advantage of this offer registrants can use the code TAKE15. To apply the discount code, please use this registration form: https://tcc.eventsair.com/moga24/reg-form

In 2024 oncologists from around Australia are looking forward to gathering in Sydney for our prestigious 45th Annual Scientific Meeting. This year’s theme, Caring for Tomorrow: Bridges in Cancer Care Technology and Innovation promises an enriching educational agenda that will delve into the latest breakthroughs in cancer treatment and research, whilst offering attendees a platform for networking and collaboration. International and local speakers will draw from their innovative work in areas including AI, solid and liquid precision medicine, radiomics and novel drug development to inspire and educate attendees.

The meeting will also encompass a range of activities including engaging Scientific Sessions, Abstract Presentations, Mentorship Program, Interactive Workshops, Trainee and YOGA Programs and Social Events around the Darling Harbour precinct. The meeting will incorporate a large Industry Exhibition with over 30 stands, Networking Lounge and extensive Poster Display.

Lymphoedema in Head and Neck Cancer Survivors- Health Professionals` Perspective

We would like to invite you to participate in our study to share with us your approach to the diagnosis and management of lymphedema in people with head and neck cancer. We aim to gain a better understanding of how this condition is managed across Australia and New Zealand by healthcare professionals.

The survey should take approximately 5 to 20 minutes to complete, and your responses will be anonymous.

9th SKULL BASE MASTERCLASS – DISSECTION COURSE & MINI-SYMPOSIUM

Dates: 9th to 11th of October 2024

Venue: ATT Center, in Athens, Greece

The 9th edition of the Skull Base Masterclass will take place in Athens, Greece. It is the 3rd year that Athens will host this event, following 2 highly successful iterations. The course will provide an excellent opportunity for participants to listen to lectures by an outstanding international faculty which will cover both the basis, as well as the latest developments of endoscopic skull base surgery. Furthermore, participants will be able to get hands-on experience and update their knowledge of skull base anatomy through the cadaveric dissection sessions. The course aims for participants to further their knowledge of skull base surgery and for both faculty and participants to fortify their professional relationships and enjoy their stay in Athens.