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    JLO Study Day 2018

    The JLO Study Day will be held on 3rd May 2018. Please save the date. Further details, including registration details and programme will...

    Date: 3rd May 2018
    Location: Resource for London, Holloway Road, London, UK
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Southampton Auditory Implant Service Toubleshooting Workshop

University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service, Southampton, UK | Otology Neuro-otology, Audiology | 23rd Jan 2018

This half day course is run for anyone working with patients with a cochlear implant who would like to feel more confident using and handling the speech processors. There may also be an optional afternoon session covering the basics of cochlear implants.

The British Skull Base Society Meeting 2018

Hilton Liverpool City Centre, Liverpool, UK | Skull Base, Otology Neuro-otology | 25th Jan 2018

The British Skull Base Society (BSBS) is the multidisciplinary, multiprofessional body whose membership is the clinical specialists responsible for the treatment of patients in the UK with skull base tumours and other disorders of the skull base.

British Society of Otology Balance Course 2018

Wexham Park Hospital, Slough, UK | Otology Neuro-otology | 31st Jan 2018

British Society of Otology Annual Meeting 2018

Wexham Park Hospital, Slough, UK | Otology Neuro-otology | 1st Feb 2018

Short Papers Meeting and Vertigo

Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK | Otology Neuro-otology | 2nd Feb 2018

8th Asia Pacific Otology Neurotology Conference (APON) 2018

King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand | Otology Neuro-otology | 5th Feb 2018

53rd Nijmegen Ear Surgery Course

Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, Netherlands | Otology Neuro-otology | 5th Feb 2018

2018 Egypt Cochlea

Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski Cairo, Egypt | Otology Neuro-otology | 8th Feb 2018

Temporal Bone (1 day)

Cuschieri Skills Centre, Dundee, UK | Otology Neuro-otology | 8th Feb 2018

A competency based 2 bone training manual has been devised so trainees can complete 10-12 dissections on each cadaveric Temporal Bone in a self-paced, structured manner, under direct supervision of Otological Trainers.