ID requirements for ASOHNS membership application

To apply for a membership at ASOHNS you must provide valid identification document, such as Australian passport or ID card, together with your medical school diploma. All documents submitted with your application will be verified prior to acceptance. Recently there been few applicants attempting to submit fake IDs and diplomas which have been acquired online illegitimately here. Identity fraud cases will be reported to authorities and investigated.

ASOHNS Journal

The Australian Journal of Otolaryngology is an open access online journal available at


The Australian Journal of Otolaryngology (AJO) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal, and the Official Journal of the Australian Society of Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgeons, published by AME Publishing Company. 


Australian Journal of Otolaryngology provides a forum for clinical researchers, basic scientists, clinicians, and others to publish original research and explore controversies in the medical and surgical treatment of patients with otolarynologic disorders, including head & neck cancer and disease of the skull base.


The journal has a special interest in research that applies to the Australian community and the delivery of healthcare in Australia. Unsolicited manuscripts must meet pre-submission requirements.


Submission Guidelines:


Material submitted to Australian Journal of Otolaryngology must be original and not published or submitted for publication elsewhere. Copies of any related in press publications should accompany manuscripts submitted to Australian Journal of Otolaryngology.


Online Submission Procedure


Authors are required to submit the following manuscript information online using the Online Journal System (OJS) 


  • corresponding author's contact information (a valid email address is required)
  • manuscript title
  • running head
  • abstract
  • keywords
  • cover letter
  • acknowledgements

All submissions are electronic submissions and should be submitted via the AME Group website at:


Instructions for authors can be viewed after you log in to the AJO website.


Prof. Richard Harvey
Editor, Australian Journal of Otolaryngology