Charlie Huins completed his ENT training in London followed by a year abroad on fellowship, spending six months in Cambodia to establish an ENT service in an NGO hospital through training two local Khmer doctors in ear surgery; the second six months was spent at the Sydney Cochlear Implant Centre, through the Graham Fraser Memorial Fellowship. He is now a Consultant Otologist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham and is part of the CI Team.

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Extended benefits of cochlear implantation in the elderly

With the challenges presented by an ageing population, Louise Craddock and Charlie Huins describe the benefits of cochlear implants for deaf elderly adults that go beyond improvement of hearing and speech understanding. Introduction People aged over 65 make up 7.4%...

The Graham Fraser Foundation

Graham Fraser (1936-94) was a pioneering otolaryngologist, in whose memory the Graham Fraser Foundation was set up, and an eponymous annual lecture and a travelling fellowship in otology were established. It’s an honour to profile the Foundation in this extended...

Cambodian Otology Fellowship report

Further to a Humanitarian News article published in the November/December 2014 issue of ENT and Audiology News (see article here), this is a report of Charlie Huins’ six-month experience as the first ENT Fellow at the Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC),...

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