RGM22 - Sunshine Coast QLD

32nd Annual Robert Guerin Trainees Meeting
9 - 11 October 2022

Welcome to the Sunshine Coast where the lush hinterland connects to the pristine beaches in a majestic coastline adjacent to the Coral Sea.  Noosa blends the seaside village community with sophistication to give you the best of both worlds.

This year our meeting will be focusing on back to basics with a multi-disciplinary format to cover all sub specialities.  We will be encouraging trainees to get involved and collaborate during presentations to make this a truly interactive meeting which focuses on the sharing of knowledge.

Thank you to our Queensland craft group and all ENT Stakeholders for making this happen.

Dr David Hogan and Dr David Morrissey


Dr David Hogan

Dr David Morrissey






Research Prize













RGM22 Overview




Sunday 9th October

Mock Exam

Sunshine Coast University Hospital

Sunday 9th October


Peppers at Noosa

Sunday 9th October

Social Evening Welcome Gathering

Peppers at Noosa

Monday 10th

Educational Program Day 1

Peppers at Noosa

Monday 10th

Annual Trainees Dinner


Tuesday 11th

Educational Program Day 2

Peppers at Noosa


Meeting Venue

Peppers Noosa
33A Viewland Drive, Noosa Heads
Nestled in a sub-tropical rainforest, Peppers provides excellent conference facilities in an idyllic setting.

RGM22 Accommodation is available for delegates!  Book Now!

Getting There
Peppers is approximately a 30 minute drive north of Sunshine Coast Airport.  General Public Shuttle Bus Services are available or we would recommend you arrive in a group and arrange the following transfer options.

Con-x-ion provide door-to-door airport shuttle transfers $35 one-way to Peppers.  Discounted Group Bookings are available and all transfers need to be booked in advance.

Complimentary parking is also available onsite for guests and speakers.




Thank you to our Major Sponsors



And to our Trade Exhibitors






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.