With the goals to promote dissemination of information about diseases involving the skull base, including the anatomy, physiology, pathology, and clinical management, the Australian and New Zealand Skull Base Society was formed in 2019 and then incorporated as charitable society in 2020. The society wasorder to facilitate coordinated excellence in the delivery of care to patients, and to promote advancement of the scientific basis for treatment of patients with skull base disorders.

The society aims to create opportunities for members and others to share aggregate outcomes data as one of the measures for effective educational interventions and also as a source of identification of professional practice gaps for future planning.

Key to this mission will be to host an annual event to promote mutual fellowship and cooperation among various scientific disciplines and organizations. This will be the society’s annual scientific meeting.

The meeting will have a contemporary academic program and a strong emphasis on the social program to ensure that members and their familys enjoy the event.