International Newsround November 2022

The year ahead for the Royal Society of Medicine, prizes for the ENT & Audiology News team and the ear, nose and throat anaesthesia practice of Dr John Snow.

RSM Laryngology & Rhinology: the year ahead

As the president of the RSM’s Laryngology & Rhinology Section for the 2022-23 academic year, my aim is to centre the education programme around our trainees, with a real emphasis on inspiring the future generation of ENT surgeons.

RSM Otology: the year ahead

Professor Manohar Bance, President of the UK’s Royal Society of Medicine Otology Section, looks forward to a packed programme.

New CEO for British Tinnitus Association

Deanne Thomas has been appointed as chief executive of the British Tinnitus Association (BTA).

IFOS 2023: from state-of-the art science to global inequalities

The Dubai World Trade Center will open its doors on 17 January 2023 to welcome delegates to the IFOS 2023 World ENT Congress.

Gareth Shines

Congratulations to Gareth Smith, Audiology Editor on ENT & Audiology News, who has won the Leadership prize in the Shine Awards, which recognise the work of staff at Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust in the UK.

Royal Society of Medicine – the year ahead

Professor Peter Andrews and Professor Manohar Bance look forward to 2022-23.

IFOS Dubai 2023

Hussain Abdul Rahman Al Rand, Msc (Cairo), German Board (Facharzt), FRCS (Edin), President, IFOS World Congress Dubai, 2023; Assistant Under Secretary Public Health, Ministry of Health and Prevention, UAE; Vice President, IFOS; President, ARABFOS, GCC ORL Head and Neck Society,...

From the editor November/December 2022

Declan Costello, MA, MBBS, FRCS(ORL-HNS),Consultant Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon, Wexham Park Hospital, Slough, Berkshire, UK. E: Twitter: @Voicedoctor_uk For November/December 2022 ENT & Audiology News, we are delighted to highlight the forthcoming IFOS conference in Dubai in January....

ESPO 2023: keynote speakers

Delegates gathering in Liverpool, UK, for the 16th Congress of the European Society of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology (ESPO) will hear presentations from several leading names.

The birth of the TWJ Foundation

For nearly 50 years, the TWJ Foundation has been promoting the advancement of otology and audiology through education and research. David Wright looks back at its first half century.

The TWJ Foundation in the UK

For nearly 50 years, the TWJ has made awards ranging from international fellowships in research and education to support for training and smaller grants for otology-related activities.