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Live versus e-learning – which is the most effective communication training approach for health care staff?

If staff are unable to communicate with their patients this can impact negatively on the patient’s healthcare. They may be excluded from decisions about their own care and their rights to informed consent may be violated. Conversation partner training has...

Prof ED Kitcher

Much has been said of the paucity of ENT Services in Africa [1]. Whilst Ghana has always been at the forefront of healthcare in Sub Saharan Africa, its ENT and allied services were somewhat suboptimal in the 1980s. This article,...

RCSI CT2 Tracheostomy Training Day

RCSI hosted a one-day blended workshop for ENT trainees, incorporating both didactic and interactive elements, on tracheostomy and emergency airway management.

European Training Requirements and Logbook approved

The UEMS-ORL Board was very pleased to announce that on Saturday 17 October 2020, the Council of the UEMS and National Medical Associations of Europe confirmed and approved the European Training Requirements (ETRs) in general ORL and the ORL General Logbook.

WENTS - Mentoring skills training workshop November 2020

WENTS, in affiliation with ENT UK, aims to inspire and support women training and working in ENT (

WENTS Mentor Training Meeting 2020


Cochlear Implant Champion Scheme - Training Event

The Cochlear Implant Champion Scheme aims to ensure that all eligible adults and children, and their families, are well informed about cochlear implants and are offered a timely referral. The scheme was started in 2019 by Martin O’Driscoll from the...

AOT 2019: Annual Association of Otolaryngologists in Training Conference

Report by: Miss Summy Bola, ST6 Registrar at The John Radcliffe Hospital. The 2019 Association of Otolaryngologist in Training (AOT) conference was a sold-out affair. Hosted by the London Deanery, the annual gathering was kick-started by its long-established Thursday activity,...

Smell training recommended to recover loss of smell after COVID-19

It is estimated that 5% of the population (around 3 million people in the UK) have a smell disorder, meaning they are unable to smell properly, if at all. Anosmia, the loss of smell and taste, is one of the...