1 December-30 June 2021
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Rhinology and Allergy
In-office procedures for dynamic nasal valve collapse
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In-office procedures for dynamic nasal valve collapse
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1. Pablo Stolovitzky




Session Description:
Dynamic nasal valve collapse is a common factor contributing to nasal obstruction; however, it is often underdiagnosed and untreated. Treatment options have traditionally included nonsurgical medical management (eg, nasal sprays, nasal strips) and surgical procedures, such as functional rhinoplasty with batten grafts, bone-anchored sutures, or lateral crural strut grafts, to support the lateral nasal wall. The objective of this session is to review the anatomy of the nasal valve, describe the nasal physiology leading to dynamic nasal valve collapse, demonstrate techniques to diagnose nasal valve obstruction and discuss with systematic review of the literature, in-office, minimally invasive procedures addressing dynamic nasal valve collapse.
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Otology & Audiology
LwE: Vestibular Implants
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LwE: Vestibular Implants
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1. Charles Della Santina




Session Description:
Bilateral vestibular hypofunction disables an estimated 1.8m adults worldwide, often condemning them to unrelenting dizziness, postural imbalance and shaky vision that becomes blurred during head movement. Affected individuals often describe fatigue and cognitive distraction arising from the need to devote conscious effort to normally automatic tasks like walking without falling. Also called bilateral vestibulopathy, this disorder has long been understudied and undertreated relative to hearing loss; however, at least 5 centers are now performing first-in-human trials of various vestibular implant systems intended to partially restore vestibular sensation using technology analogous to cochlear implants. This lecture will discuss interim results of the Multichannel Vestibular Implant Early Feasibility Study (ClinicalTrials.gov NCT02725463), which is the first and so far only trial in which vestibular implants are used by patients long-term, at home, as a sensory restoration treatment.
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Education and Training
Female leaders in healthcare 
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Female leaders in healthcare 
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1. Leadership in medical education and training - Professor Farah Bhatti
2. Leadership in global healthcare - Charlotte Refsum
3. Leadership in the healthcare industry - Rayna Patel


Moderator: Paula Coyle
Session Description:
Ever wondered what you could achieve with your skills outside day to day clinical medicine? Women in ENT Surgery (WENTS) are proud to present female doctors who have done just that. We hope, we inspire female (and male) surgeons of all levels by showing you the possibilities of can be achieved. Prof Bhatti is a consultant cardiothoracic surgeon, she is a Honorary Professor at Swansea University Medical school and lead for Equality and Diversity for Graduate Entry Medicine, where she is also careers lead. We at WENTS know her best as the chair of Women in Surgery at the RCSEng, where she is also a council member. Dr. Refsum is a General Practitioner and Global Healthcare Executive at KPMG. She has a Masters in Economics and last year helped research and draft a book by Mark Britnell on solving the global workforce crisis in healthcare. She has worked for 11 years in the NHS, for a year at the Houses of Parliament as Committee Specialist to Sarah Wollaston MP at the Health and Social Care Select Committee, and for a year at NHS England with Sir Bruce Keogh as the National Medical Director's Clinical Fellow. Dr. Rayna Patel, an NHS Doctor with a passion for healthcare. CEO of Vinehealth and an NHS England Clinical Entrepreneur, the Vinehealth app allows people living with cancer to track their symptoms, manage their medications and understand their care. It puts cancer patients back in control of their treatment.
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Otology & Audiology
Management of Eustachian Tube Dysfunction
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Management of Eustachian Tube Dysfunction
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1. Matthew Smith
2. James Tysome
3. Ian Bottrill


Moderator: Simon Lloyd
Session Description:
Dysfunction of the Eustachian tube is responsible for the majority of chronic otitis media. Despite this, our understanding of its function, the measurement of dysfunction and our ability to improve its function remains limited. In this session we will present a practical approach to how to assess the Eustachian tube effectively and differentiate between the obstructive and the patulous Eustachian tube. We will also present the current state of the art in managing both forms of Eustachian tube dysfunction.
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Otology & Audiology
Politzer Society - Innovations in Otology
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Politzer Society - Innovations in Otology
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Politzer Society - Innovations in Otology Moderator: Gerry O'Donoghue




Session Description:
Our contributors to-day are all leading otologists from our global world who will share with us their experience of a range of innovative approaches in contemporary otology. We begin with a contribution by Dr. Manoj Manikoth (India) who will describe his extensive experience managing the very formidable challenge of cholsteatoma in childhood, a condition not seen very frequently in many western countries. Randomised control trials are a rarity in any surgical discipline, including otology, and the next presentation by Dr. Stephen O’Leary (Australia) will provide the results of such a trial defining the value of physiological monitoring for hearing preservation in cochlear implantation – a highly commendable effort. We are then joined by Dr. Ramos from Spain who will discuss the topic of changing criteria in cochlear implantation – as the field has advanced, new populations are being considered for the intervention and discussing these new indications has immediate relevance. One of the biggest societal disease burdens in many high-income countries to-day stems from obesity and this next presentation by Dr. Selesnick (USA) will consider the impact of obesity in the domain of otology and neurotology – a condition of great importance but often overlooked. And the last presentation by Dr. Sudhoff (Germany) tackles one of the most vexing problems in the field of otology, that of the patulous Eustachian tube and the role of augmentation in alleviating its troublesome symptoms.
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Paediatrics
Keynote address: Paediatric skull base surgery - Paediatric nasal issues: What next after an adenoidectomy?
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Keynote address: Paediatric skull base surgery - Paediatric nasal issues: What next after an adenoidectomy?
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1. Paediatric skull base surgery - Prof Vincent Couloigner
2. Surgery for the blocked nose after adenoidectomy: What's next? - Mrs Ann-Louise McDermott
3. Unblocking the allergic blocked nose - Dr Nick Makwana
4. Avoiding pitfalls in ESS in children- Prof Vincent Couloigner

Moderator: Andrew Swift
Session Description:
This session will commence with a overview of paediatric skull base surgery that will encompass the nuances, range of disorders and specific descriptions of technique by Professor Vincent Couloigner. The second half of this hour long symposium will include 3 short talks on the management of the child with a blocked nose when the adenoids are no longer the cause. This will include a general overview with practical solutions of a very real clinical situation by Ann-Louise McDermott; a presentation of tips and pearls from the perspective of a consultant allergist when allergy is recognised as the main problem; a focused view of the pitfalls of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery children by Professor Couloigner. Andrew Swift will present a brief summary of the key take-home points to bring the session to the end.
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NAPDENT Oral Presentations
NAPDENT ORAL PRESENTATIONS - Innovation in Practice
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NAPDENT ORAL PRESENTATIONS - Innovation in Practice
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NAPDENT Oral Presentations 

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ID - NAPAB28
Presenting Author - Yadsan Devabalan
Title - COVID-19: Changing the future of emergency epistaxis management
Time - 0.22

ID - NAPAB64
Presenting Author - Katherine Conroy
Title - Covid-19 has presented new challenges to the diagnosis and treatment of voice disorders
Time - 11.32

ID - NAPAB33
Presenting Author - Thomas Borthwick
Title - Putting elective care on hold during the COVID 19 epidemic has caused significant delays in delivering outpatient services
Time - 21.20

ID - NAPAB59
Presenting Author - Sebastian Sheehan
Title - Drilling during mastoid surgery is considered potentially high risk for dispersion of the novel SARS-COV-2 virus
Time - 29.31

ID - NAPAB70
Presenting Author - Sabrina Brar
Title - We present the St George’s Covid shield, a polycarbonate barrier enclosure, designed as an additional precautionary measure to be used by ENT surgeons performing tracheostomies
Time - 35.05
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Laryngology and SLT
Controversies: Evaluation and early rehabilitation of voice, airway and swallow following H&N cancer surgery
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Controversies: Evaluation and early rehabilitation of voice, airway and swallow following H&N cancer surgery
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1. Interventions for dysphagia in the non-surgical head & neck patient - Professor Rosemary Martino
2. Early post-surgical rehabilitation: Meeting the needs of the whole person - Dr Camilla Dawson
3. Instrumental evaluation of swallowing - Challenges and opportunities for rehabilitation post laryngectomy - Dr Margaret Coffey
4. Emerging role of pharyngeal high-resolution manometry in dysphagia evaluation - Dr Julie Regan

Moderator: Gemma Clunie
Session Description: 
Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) are key members of the multidisciplinary team (MDT) managing patients’ with head and neck cancer. In this session, four expert and internationally renowned clinical-academic SLTs present the latest evidence-based approaches for the assessment and rehabilitation of the complex swallowing, voice and airway needs these patients experience as a result of their treatment. This session will cover the most-up-to date rehabilitation approaches for non-surgical head & neck cancer patients. The importance of holistic, person-centred rehabilitation to achieve the best outcomes for patients will also be addressed. The difficulties and opportunities of using instrumental swallowing assessments to rehabilitate laryngectomy patients post-surgery will be discussed. This will include pioneering work on assessment advances in pharyngeal high-resolution manometry for dysphagia.
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Research
Common crimes in surgical research
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Common crimes in surgical research
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1. Hisham Mehanna
Session Description:
This session will detail the international consensus guidelines for head and neck surgery developed and endorsed by 38 national and international organisations. It covers diagnostic procedures, patient selection and treatment selection during times of acute resource restrictions such as the COVID pandemic. The learning objectives will be as follows:

1.  Understand what a Delphi consensus process involves.
2.  Understand the recommendations for diagnostic head and neck procedures during a period of pandemic.
3.  Understand the consensus of head and neck experts on treatment of head and neck cancers during a time of acute resource constriction.
4.  Understand the consensus on prioritisation of cases during the COVID pandemic.
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Otology & Audiology
Novel hearing therapeutics (International Society of Inner Ear Therapeutics)
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Novel hearing therapeutics (International Society of Inner Ear Therapeutics)
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1. Can hearing loss be reversed? - Karen Steel
2. Identifying the site of lesion in sensorineural hearing loss - Jameel Muzaffar
3. Drug delivery to the inner ear: principles, current clinical application and future developments - Stefan Plontke
4. The potential added value of novel hearing therapeutics: an early health economic model for hearing loss - Rishi Mandavia

Moderator: Anne Schilder
Session Description:
A range of innovative treatments for sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL), i.e. drug, gene and cell therapies aimed at protecting, restoring and regenerating hearing, are being developed and are rapidly approaching the clinical domain (https://actiononhearingloss.org.uk/hearing-research/translational-research/market-intelligence). This session, moderated by Prof Anne Schilder, will take attendants from discoveries in preclinical models to future clinical implementation. Prof Karen Steel will reflect on possibilities and limitations of slowing down progression or reversing SNHL, based upon lessons learned from her extensive hearing research in the mouse. Dr Jameel Muzaffar will discuss how understanding the site of lesion in SNHL is key to developing stratified hearing medicine. What current hearing diagnostics offer and how to move towards better diagnostics, in terms of improved measures and machine learning to integrate results across measures. Prof Stefan Plontke will discuss the state of knowledge on local therapeutic delivery to the inner ear, how drugs move into and disperse within inner ear fluids. He will apply this knowledge to inner ear delivery systems, including intratympanic injections, pumps, biodegradable biopolymers and delivery combinations with cochlear implants. Dr Rishi Mandavia will discuss the first health economic model for novel hearing therapeutics, showing that they can be cost-effective under NICE’s current threshold. This work informs the development of cost-effective novel hearing treatments and supports decision makers in choosing which therapeutics represent value for money.
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