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Migration adventures

One of the most inspiring stories in this issue comes from our very own Shahed Quraishi, OBE. His first mentor in the UK, Pat Bradley, spoke with him about his fascinating journey. Professor M Shahed Quraishi, OBE. Shahed, by way...

In conversation with Trevor McGill

After more than four decades of paediatric clinical practice, Trevor McGill shares his wealth of experience and knowledge with Pat Bradley. Trevor, as a national and internationally acknowledged Paediatric Oto-Rhino-Laryngologist, Head and Neck Surgeon, to what do you owe this...

ENT UK Spring Annual Meeting 2019

Report by Rajesh Anmolsingh, ST4 Otolaryngology, Royal Albert Edward Infirmary Wigan, and Rachel Edmiston, ST6 Otolaryngology, Manchester Foundation Trust. The ENT UK Spring Annual Meeting 2019 was held in Chester. Attendees were greeted by the friendly registration desk who were...

A place for everything and everything in its place: the practicalities of randomised clinical trials

Will this pill cure tinnitus? Bonnie Millar describes one trial that has investigated the possibility whilst describing the path of drug trials in the UK. Background In the last quarter of 2014, a clinical trial (QUIET-1; ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02315508) commenced...

ENT UK BOARS Autumn Research Meeting 2018

Report by Marius Pezard-Snell, 4th Year Medical Student, University of Nottingham Medical School E: mpezardsnell@gmail.com It was beautiful, albeit cold day on 26 October 2018 that saw a variety of ENT surgeons, allied health professionals, students and researchers from throughout...

2018 Advanced Tinnitus Seminar

Report by Fei Zhao, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff, UK and Prof Deborah Hall, University of Nottingham, UK '2018 Advanced Tinnitus Seminar’ drew around 200 ENT specialists and other hearing healthcare practitioners from across China to spend two days learning about...

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...

Salivary Gland Neoplasms

Salivary Gland Neoplasms is another useful addition to the Advances in Otolaryngology series. This issue (Vol 78) sees Prof Patrick Bradley (Nottingham) and David Eisele (Baltimore) co-edit a 206-page edition, nicely divided into 23 chapters, covering basics like molecular pathology,...

Tackling information overload and retention – interactive multimedia videos for first-time hearing aid users

If you are an audiologist reading this article, how confident are you that all the information and advice that you offer your first-time hearing aid (HA) patients is understood, absorbed and then acted upon once they leave the comfort of...

15th Annual BAA Conference

Report by Kirsten Ellis, Audiologist, Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK. The BAA Conference 2018 in Liverpool opened differently this year with Sue Falkingham introducing to the stage Dee Sign Choir to perform their song, Can You Hear Me,...

BRS (British Rhinological Society) Annual Meeting 2019

Report by: Dr Miran Pankhania, ST8 Specialty Trainee in Otolaryngology The British Rhinological Society (BRS) annual meeting is the third Friday in May each year. It is dedicated to creating a friendly forum for all those interested in rhinology and...

ESPCI 2019 - The 14th European Symposium of Paediatric Cochlear Implantation

Report by: Priya Achar, Consultant Neurotologist, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK President Luminita Radulescu organised the 15th European Symposium on Paediatric Cochlear Implantation (ESPCI). Delegates were mainly ENT surgeons, audiologists, speech and language therapists, teachers of the deaf, neurophysiologists, and...