Start Date : 26 May 2018
End Date : 26 May 2018
Venue: Zagreb, CroatiaFor more information please visit the website at www.reconstruction-skin-cancer.com.
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As a key thought leader in your field, we want to invite you to attend the American Rhinologic Society Summer Sinus Symposium. Because the course is being held in Seattle, Washington this year, we are extending complementary registration to all Otolaryngologists in Southeast Asia who join the ARS as International Members ($90 membership fee).
We are also excited that our corporate supporters will be offering an opportunity for you and your international colleagues to perform sinus cadaver dissections the morning of Thursday July 12, 2018. This is before the official start of the course and is in addition to the corporate cadaver dissection opportunities open to all course participants. Details will be forthcoming!
We have attached the Registration and Housing brochure and are hopeful that you will also circulate this email to your colleagues and professional societies.
The program committee has put together a comprehensive and dynamic mixture of panels, cadaveric prosections, and lectures as well as an exciting keynote speaker. The development committee, with the direction of Executive Vice President, Dr. Joseph Jacobs, has secured commitments from our partners to offer hands on dissection opportunities to the participants which will be held the afternoon of the second day as well as several satellite sessions that will be interspersed with the CME portion of the program. The first afternoon and mornings of the second day and third day will feature an array of panels, cadaveric prosections and other CME content. On the afternoon of day three, we will divide into three breakout sessions allowing participants to choose from many exciting and informative interactive panels. The course will be highlighted by another memorable social event at the world famous Dale Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum on Thursday, July 12th.
This course is FREE for ARS International Members.
WHEN: July 12 – July 14, 2017
LOCATION: Seattle, Washington, USA
HOTEL: Westin Seattle
Course Directors: Greg Davis, MD Marc Dubin, MD, Doug Reh, MD
Program Committee: Peter Manes, MD, Zara Patel, MD, Jeff Suh, MD, Brad Woodworth, MD
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
Getting It Right the First Time! Primary Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
Keynote Speaker: Albert Merati, MD, President Elect, American Academy of Otolaryngology
Primary Frontal Sinus Surgery: To Do, Or Not To Do?
Second Chances: Finding Success in Revision Sinus Surgery
Cadaver Dissection #1: Pearls in Primary Sinus Surgery: Improving Technique From Office to OR
Would You Do This in Your Office?
Complications of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery: Managing the Worst-Case Scenario
Cadaver Dissection #2: Advanced Surgery Techniques for the Practicing Rhinologist
Surgical Failures After Textbook Surgery
Coding Controversies: How would I code this?
Cough, Throat Clearing and Post Nasal Drip
Breakout Room A
I don’t Have Migraines, I have Sinus Headaches
Balloon Dilation: From sinuses to Eustachian tubes
Topical Therapies for Chronic Sinusitis
Prednisone Friend and Foe
Epistaxis, Hemostasis and HHT
Breakout Room B
Epiphora: I’m not really crying
Technical tips for Successful Orbital Decompression
Defining Appropriate Therapy for Chronic Sinusitis
Understanding the International Consensus Statement on Allergy and Rhinology
Controversies in Allergy Testing and Immunotherapy
Breakout Room C
The Functional Nose: When to do more than septoplasty and turbinates
Contemporary approaches to the turbinates, septum and nasal obstruction
Endotypes Matter in CRS
Asthma Update: What every ENT should know
Runny Noses: A approach to the management of pediatric sinusitis
Breakout Room D
Management of CSF Rhinorrhea
Frontal Drill Out: When, why, how
Complex Inflammatory Sinusitis Cases: Case presentations
Pituitary Surgery: Pearls and pitfalls
Skull Base Cases: Case presentations
We look forward to seeing you in Seattle!
Course Directors Summer Sinus Symposium
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tart Date : 16 July 2018
End Date : 17 July 2018
Start Date : 18 July 2018
End Date : 19 July 2018
Dr. Farah Dayana Zahedi / Dr Noor Dina Hashim / Mrs. Suzana Mohamad Habit and Mrs. Mahani Mat Ali at 03-91456046 / 6047 / 7497.
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Start Date : 13 August 2018
End Date : 14 August 2018
Start Date : 15 August 2018
End Date : 16 August 2018
71st Annual General and Scientific Meeting of the New Zealand Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
Rydges Hotel, Queenstown, New Zealand
16-19 October 2018
On behalf of the Organising Committee I wish to extend to you a warm southern welcome to the 71st Annual General and Scientific Meeting of the New Zealand Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, to be held at the Rydges Hotel, Queenstown, from 16-19 October 2018.
We welcome our international keynote speakers; Mr Brian Bingham (current President of ENTUK and former chairman of the Board of Examiners of Great Britain and Ireland in ORL Head and Neck Surgery), Prof Shan Baker (Otolaryngologist and Facial Plastic Surgeon) and Professor Stuart MacKay. We will present an enjoyable and informative academic programme with relevance to ORL Head and Neck practise in New Zealand. There will be something for everyone at every level. An extensive trade display will be available and we encourage you to support all of our sponsors who have assisted with this meeting. Poster presentations will be on show for your perusal during the meeting period.
The NZ Society Meeting is an enjoyable meeting. Quality academic advancement in ORL is conjoined with social networking with our national colleagues and international guests to create a unique and intimate meeting. What better place for us to enjoy such a gathering than Queenstown, NZ. A town renowned for its outdoor adventure activities and tourism. Queenstown has become a vibrant and rapidly expanding town. An exciting social programme will be arranged catering for most, whether seeking adrenaline fuelled or more leisurely activities.
See you in Queenstown for ORL 2018.
Organising Committee Mr Dean Ruske, Convenor
Associate Professor Patrick J.D. Dawes, President, NZSOHNS
Mr Jeffrey Robinson, Co-Convenor
Mr Matthew Leaper, Chair Scientific Committee
+64 9 917 3653