Programme

Wednesday 4th July 2018

See also: Thursday 5th July | Friday 6th July

 

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Collaborative Sessions (SBORL) Sociedade Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia e Cirurgia Cervico-Facial (IAOHNS) Indian Academy of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (BAPO) British Association for Paediatric Otolaryngology   (BLA) British Laryngological Association
(BRS) British Rhinological Society (BSBS) British Skull Base Society (BSO) British Society of Otology (FPS) Facial Plastic Surgery Section (HNSOC) Head and Neck Society

 

Please click the links in the programme below to view further details of each session. Sessions marked with a * include presentations by patient representatives.

08:30-10:00 Cadaver Dissection:
Emergency Safety
09:00-10:00 YCOHNS
The top 10 concerns of new and early-years ENT consultants
Innovation
The Landscape for Medical Innovation
10:00-10:15 Master’s Welcome
Professor Valerie Lund, Professor of Rhinology at the Ear Institute, University College London, Honorary Consultant ENT Surgeon at the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital (Royal Free Trust), Moorfields Eye Hospital, University College Hospital and Imperial College, UK
10:15-11:00 Lessons learnt for medicine and science from research in extreme environments
Professor Hugh Montgomery, Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, UCL, London, UK
11:00-11:45 Refreshments, networking, poster and exhibition viewing
11:45-13:15  Free Papers BRS
Cadaver Dissection
The Yearsley Lecture & RSM Symposium
FPS
Specialty Keynote:
The past, present and future of Facial Plastic Surgery in Otolaryngology
* BAPO
Specialty Keynote:
Paediatric airway – surgery, registries and experience
HNSOC/BRS
Collaborative Session:
Optimal surgical approach for sinonasal cancers
BSO/BSBS
Collaborative Session

Vestibular schwannoma management
BLA
Specialty Keynote
13:15-14:15 Lunch University Challenge
14:15-15:15 Lionel Colledge Lecture
How to conceive, execute and deliver on clinical trials
BLA
Cadaver Dissection
BAPO Update
Emergency Paediatric ENT- an update
BOARS
British Otorhino-laryngology and Allied Sciences Research Society
History of ENT
Four fascinating stories from the past 
BSO
Middle ear surgery
BRS
Snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea
15:15-16:15 HNSOC
Management of benign salivary tumours
BRS
Cadaver Dissection
BLA Update E-lefENT
Official Relaunch: making e-learning work for you
AOT
ENT trainees Q&A session
BAPO
Neck lumps in children
FPS
Rhinoplasty
BSO
Otoendoscopy
16:15-16:45 Refreshments, networking, poster and exhibition viewing
16:45-17:45 Instructional Sessions
ISW1
Laryngeal trauma – external and endolaryngeal impact and its management

ISW2
Applying for fellowships

ISW3
Reconstruction of hypopharynx and cervical esophagus defects

ISW4
Cochlear implantation in ossified cochlea: case scenarios
ISW5
Paediatric balloon sinuplasty

ISW6
Parathyroid surgery – how to improve your success rate?

ISW7
Management of olfactory and gustatory disorders

ISW8
All the mistakes we’ve made taking the endoscope-i from concept to global dominance
ISW9
Office-based laser surgery

ISW10
What I have learned from carrying out 500 stapes operations over 25 years
ISW11
Dacryocysto-rhinostomy (DCR): a bi-disciplinary approach
ISW12
Getting into ENT training – how to prepare your portfolios for ST1 and ST3 ENT applications
ISW13
The use of experience based co-design (EBCD) to improve pre-treatment services for patients with head and neck cancer (HNC)

ISW14
ENT Medical Training Initiative scheme for trainees and local/regional sponsors. How does it work in practice? Q&A session

ISW15
How to set up a successful junior committee: the European Rhinology Society (ERS) Junior Members Board

ISW16
Occupational hazards affecting ENT surgeons – how to maintain a healthy career

ISW17
The role of the virtual clinic in ENT

ISW18
What oto-laryngologists must know about human papillomavirus

ISW19
Efficiency, productivity and safety – engineering a better value service

ISW20
How I do it: sedation and local anaesthetic technique for high risk patients undergoing functional endoscopic sinus surgery

ISW21
Working in the Antipodes

ISW22
Managing the master gland – Multi-disciplinary Pituitary Service

ISW23
Comprehensive management of HHT

 

See also: Thursday 5th July | Friday 6th July