1 December-30 June 2021
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  • Plenary Sessions
  • Education and Training
  • Rhinology and Allergy
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  • Otology & Audiology
  • Research
  • Paediatrics
  • Laryngology and SLT
  • PESC
  • GP Day
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Otology & Audiology
Robotic surgery is the future of otology
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Robotic surgery is the future of otology
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1. For - Marco Caversaccio  
2. Against - Charlie Huins



Session Description:
An overview of worldwide actual research and clinical applications on robotic ear surgery will be given. It exists different levels of autonomy for robots. In the most cases robot-assisted surgery or with stereotactic frames are acutally applied on ear surgery. Different exemples from USA, France and Switzerland will be included in the presentation. In Europe two robots have a CE mark: Robotol (France) as well Hearo (Switzerland). Applications in the clinic include: grommet placement, stapedotomy and cochlear implantation. Future clinical applications could be lesion of the petrous apex as well the internal auditory canal. Limits of implementation in daily routine work are regulations hurdles, time consumption, acceptance of robot system as well economic issues.
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Head and Neck
Advanced hypopharyngeal is almost always surgical disease
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Advanced hypopharyngeal is almost always surgical disease
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1. James O'hara




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Industry Sessions
STRYKER - New paradigms in Nasal Airway Obstruction
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STRYKER - New paradigms in Nasal Airway Obstruction
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**This session allows the opportunity for a Q&A chat**

1. Marion San Nicolo
2. Jeffrey Feinfield

Session Description:
Addressing nasal valve collapse can be challenging. Join Ms. Marion San Nicoló (Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, Germany) and Mr. Jeffrey K. Feinfeld (Bella Vista ENT Thousand Oaks, California) for a discussion focusing on nasal valve collapse, patient selection, placement of the LATERA absorbable nasal implant, and the most recent clinical data. LATERA supports the upper and lower lateral cartilage by anchoring above the maxilla to provide cantilever support. With LATERA, surgeons have flexibility to treat appropriate patients in either the operating theatre under general anesthesia or in an ambulatory setting with local anesthesia. LATERA has been clinically proven to relieve patients of the symptoms of nasal valve collapse. 1
1  San Nicolo M, Stelter K, Sadick H, Bas M, Berghaus A. A 2-year follow-up study of an absorbable implant to treat nasal valve collapse. Facial Plast Surg. 2018;34:545-550.
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Plenary Sessions
The threat of cyber crime to the NHS & other national institutions
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The threat of cyber crime to the NHS & other national institutions
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1. Peter Goodman




Session Description:
Peter was until recently, the national policing lead for cyber crime and was the architect of Team Cyber UK - the joined up law enforcement response to the threat of cyber crime. He will provide an overview of the threat from cyber crime generically and will cover off the various vectors of attack deployed. He will then focus on some of the recent attacks, including the attack on the NHS, to summarise the nature of the risk to our national institutions and some generic vulnerabilities which make us all vulnerable. He will conclude by talking about the law enforcement response to date and future planning to provide reassurance to the community that the UK is at the very heart of fighting the international threat.
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Otology & Audiology
LwE: Advances in Meniere's Disease
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LwE: Advances in Meniere's Disease
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1. Jonny Harcourt




Moderator: Paramita Baruah
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Global Health
Global Health 1
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Global Health 1
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1. Combatting the stigma of Chronic Otitis media in Nepal - Farizeh Ahmed, Catherine De Cates
2. Training community health workers in Uganda - James O'Donovan



Moderator: Mood Bhutta
Session Description:
This session will explore some of the community aspects of ear and hearing disorders in low resource settings. The first presentation presents qualitative research into the lived experiences of people in Nepal with chronic suppurative otitis media, through in-depth interviews of patients presenting for surgical care and highlighting the difficulties, stigma and embarrassment such individuals may face. The second talk will discuss and explore the role of community health workers in delivering ear and hearing care, and go on to describe a model of training and assessment of community health workers in rural Uganda, and the outcomes and challenges to service delivery from this program.
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Head and Neck
Transoral ultrasound surgery as an alternative to TORS and the predictors of recurrence after TORS
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Transoral ultrasound surgery as an alternative to TORS and the predictors of recurrence after TORS
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1. Pablo Parente




Session Description:
TransOral UltraSonic Surgery (TOUSS) is a new, feasible and intuitive endoscopic procedure that has become an alternative to transoral robotic surgery for approaching pharyngeal and laryngeal tumors. It is based on the combination of three elements: FK retractor, with which we can achieve good exposure despite the opening of the mouth; video-laparoscope with a deflecting tip that allows an adequate view of the interior of the oropharynx, without dead spots and an ultrasonic scalpel as a resection tool. The configuration of the operating room and the surgical procedure are described, and the results on surgical margins, surgical time, blood transfusions, tracheostomy, enteral feeding, postoperative pain and hospital stay are analyzed. A specific discussion about the predictors of recurrence in TOUSS and TORS will be addressed.
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Research
Building a diverse portfolio of high value research
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Building a diverse portfolio of high value research
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1. James O'hara
2. Jason Powell



Moderator: Mahmood Bhutta
Session Description:
This session will explore how to develop a high quality research portfolio, both for those just starting in research and those more experience and looking to build an academic career to complement their clinical career. The first of our talks will be aimed at those in training grades and how to develop research during training, whereas the second talk will detail how research can be incorporated into a consultant job. There will be useful information and guidance on finding research projects and good mentorship, where to look for grant funding, pitfalls to avoid, and the structure of the academic career pathway.
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Rhinology and Allergy
Chemosensory function and parosmia in postviral olfactory loss
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Chemosensory function and parosmia in postviral olfactory loss
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1. Prof. Thomas Hummel 




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Rhinology and Allergy
Biologics and endotyping in CRS
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Biologics and endotyping in CRS
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1. Claus Bachert 




Session Description:
About a third of patients with chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps (CRSwNP) qualifies as uncontrolled severe, as they have symptomatic disease, a polyp score of 4 or more, and are not controlled with current standard of care, including topial and systemic corticosteroids and/or sinus surgery. Based on findings of key cytokines and CRS endotyping, several biologics targeting type 2 CRSwNP have been introduced, including Dupilumab, Omalizumab, Mepolizumab and Benralizumab, with Phase 3 trials terminated or still in progress. Two biologics have proven efficaceous and well tolerated in those trials, and are registered in Europe for the treatment of CRSwNP not controlled by standard of care approaches. The phase 3 study results and the possible role of biologics in future treatment approaches will be presented.
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