The power of mentoring

What is a mentor, and what are the benefits for mentee and mentor? Emma Stapleton and Rohma Abrar, mentor and mentee respectively, explain. The term ‘mentor’ is derived from Homer’s Odyssey, in which the goddess Athena, disguised as Mentor, guides...

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Decreased sound tolerance in autism: understanding and distinguishing between hyperacusis, misophonia, and phonophobia

Decreased sound tolerance (DST) affects a significant proportion of autistic people throughout their lifetime and, as Zachary J Williams explains, it is important that clinicians are aware of the three distinct subtypes of DST when making a diagnosis. Autism spectrum...

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Random-pattern skin flaps: part 3 - Z-plasty flaps

In this third (see Part 1 here, and Part 2 here) of four articles outlining, in some detail, the practical steps for some important local skin flaps, Christopher Thompson and Miles Bannister describe the Z-plasty; a very helpful and useful...

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Erasmus Darwin and the larynx – but why is it where it is and when?

Charles Darwin’s grandfather was not only on to where we all came from by the end of the 18th century, but dared to declare it in verse whilst resident in Lichfield Cathedral Close. This needed exceptional temerity, since not only...

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Hi There Solutions

The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced a multitude of lifestyle challenges, and communication has been no exception to this. Not only have plexiglass barriers and masks impeded the way we verbally interact, but the transition to more frequent virtual communication has...

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In conversation with David Stockdale

David Stockdale is stepping away from the British Tinnitus Association (BTA) after 12 years, during which time the organisation has become transformed. Prof David Baguley met with David in the spring sunshine to reflect on past, present and future of...

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In conversation with Dr Narveshwar Sinha

‘Only if you hear, you speak’ – early diagnosis of deafness On the occasion of World Hearing Day, Vikas Malik interviewed Narveshwar Sinha, Chairman of IDEAL Charity, a UK-based charity working for the hearing impaired in less developed countries for...

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  • Welcome to the May 2022 edition of Digital International Newsround. If you'd like to share your news or an event report, please get in touch.
  • The International Federation of ORL Societies (IFOS ) has a long-standing tradition of education and continues to improve the level of training required for otolaryngologists and allied health workers from around the world.
  • ENT UK has a central role in guiding and supporting ENT surgeons. Our editor Declan Costello caught up with Andrew Swift, who has just taken over the presidency of the organisation.
  • Founded in 2007, Denmark’s Ida Institute is dedicated to the health of people with hearing loss. Its new four-part course, however, is aimed at another group: the medical professionals whose jobs can compromise their own health.

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