AUD In this issue...Space and Extreme Environments

Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Audiology. Its ongoing mission: to explore strange new research. To seek out new articles and new technology.

From the editor NovDec 2021

It is such a pleasure to see ever-increasing numbers of meetings going ahead in the coming months – after so much time away from physical gatherings, there seems to be a real hunger for in-person conferences where we can meet up with friends and colleagues.

News from the International Vestibular Society

The executive committee of the International Vestibular Society has announced two new awards in vestibular science: one for basic and the second for clinical research. The society wishes to promote and encourage young researchers below 38, and allow the award...

International Newsround October 2021

Read our October 2021 edition of Digital International Newsround here.

Incoming RSM Presidents share their plans for the year

Section of Laryngology & RhinologyMichael Kuo – PresidentVictoria Possamai – Honorary Secretary Another academic year for the RSM beckons. The programmes that Tim Woolford and Guri Sandhu presented, culminating in the first ‘face to face’ ENT meeting this year, both...

Prof Quraishi OBE awarded Fellowship ad hominem FRCSEd

At a presentation ceremony on Friday 3 September, President of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (FRCSEd), Prof Michael Griffin OBE, welcomed the members of the Council, fresh diplomates, their families and other guests. This was the first conferring...

International Newsround September 2021

Read our September 2021 edition of Digital International Newsround here.

TSESI Scholarship: a dream come true for young otolaryngologists

The main objective of the Tarabichi-Stammberger Ear Sinus Institute (TSESI) is to help young otolaryngologists to develop a common learning platform, improve surgical skills and engage in research work. It is the shared observation of Dr Tarabichi and the late...

Charity staff go the extra mile (or 26!) to support people with tinnitus

British Tinnitus Association staff members, Colette Bunker, Angela Pollard and Jess Pollard, will be completing their first ever marathon on 3 October as they take on the Virgin Money Virtual London Marathon for the charity they work for. The British...

Hearing Health Today podcast set for return after 4000+ tune in

Popular podcast, Hearing Health Today, returned for a second season after hearing health professionals tuned in more than 4000 times during the first season. The first episode of season two was made available 31 August 2021. Healthcare professionals can listen...

ENT & Audiology in this issue...Music

Music is a central part of many people’s lives, and ENT surgeons and audiologists frequently treat patients whose musical experience is affected by pathology. For September/October 2021, we explore a number of areas in which patients need the support of otologists, laryngologists, audiologists, and others.

From the editor SepOct 2021

As the pandemic evolves, the world seems to be divided into those countries that are fortunate enough to have good vaccine coverage and, hence, are able to open up their societies; and those who do not have an adequate vaccine roll-out and are having to live with significant restrictions or high levels of prevalent disease.