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The 5th LION-ESS

The first Friday and second Saturday of May 2021 were the dates set aside for LION-ESS 2021. The event was hosted by Global Rhinology Network (GRN) in collaboration with Live International Otolaryngology Network (LION) foundation, both registered non-profit organisations with...

Medical training initiative (MTI): stepping outside the box

Medical training initiative (MTI) scheme in the UK are becoming increasingly available and are actively supported by ENT UK. Despite this, knowledge of them is limited and there can be a mismatch between supervisors and potential candidates. Our authors, Manuela...

CIGICON 2021

Report by: Dr Shivam Sharma, MS, DNB (ENT), Senior Resident, Department of ENT, SMS Medical College and Hospital, Jaipur, India The 6th World Congress of Cochlear Implants in Emerging Nations under the aegis of Global Cochlear Implant Access Network (GCIAN)...

Mucormycosis: In conversation with Dr Deepak Haldipur and Dr Aditya Moorthy

COVID-19 has ravaged the world in the past 18 months. The second wave in many countries was deadlier than the first. Mucormycosis, infamously labelled ‘the black fungus’ has affected some countries, such as India, in epidemic proportions within this COVID...

GR-ESS 2020

07:00 - 16:00 GMT

Global Ambassadors Highlights of the Year

Audiology, Indian Subcontinent, Krishna Yerraguntla Over 466-million people live with disabling hearing loss and global costs of unaddressed hearing loss is 750-billion international dollars. Thus, to alleviate the impact of hearing loss on lives of people, The World Hearing Day...

Public Health Planning for Hearing Impairment (2022)

The World Report on Hearing, published in 2021 by the WHO reports that 430 million people in the world have moderate or worse hearing loss, all of whom require rehabilitation [1]. Over 1.5 billion have any degree of hearing loss....

Phineas Fletcher and The Purple Island

The Reverend Phineas Fletcher was a 17th century poet whose epic poem, The Purple Island describes the anatomy of the human body. Not only poets, but contemporary anatomists believed in two important concepts, correspondences and signatures. They thought that when...

Global Ambassadors - Audiology

ENT & Audiology News would like to introduce our Audiology Global Ambassadors. Each member, a world leader in their field, will be the eyes and ears of the magazine around the globe, providing regular news and updates on the latest developments in their respective regions. If you would like to share news from you region, please do get in touch the member in your area.

Surgeons and swearing

We will all know colleagues who have raised the act of swearing to an art form; just as Malcolm Tucker in The Thick of It could cut a workmate in half with a well-placed swear word, surgeons can be equally...

Public health planning for hearing impairment (2017)

In 2009 Professor Andrew Smith and Dr Daksha Patel identified the need for awareness of public health methods in hearing healthcare planning. In 2010 the first training course was held, and since then 760 health workers from 41 countries have...

Beyond Our Shore: Humanitarian and Global Maxillofacial Surgery

Join an international host of speakers for the first gathering of UK humanitarian oral and maxillofacial surgery teams. An excellent faculty of oral and maxillofacial surgeons from across the globe will share with each other and the audience their experiences,...