28 Sep 2016 - 01 Oct 2016
The next EAONO Instructional Course will be organized in Izmir on 28 September – 1 October 2016. As used to be the instructional courses will be the main theme and will be presented by the remarkable European Otologists as well as the invited speakers from other Continents. 180 Courses are scheduled for the coming meeting. Since Parma 2010, the consensus meeting on auditory implants have been a part of EAONO Instructional Courses. The consensus sessions will be presented in three different subtopics, as cochlear, middle ear and bone conduction implants. One representative from US and Japan/Korea will also be part of this consensus statements. Besides; three plenary sessions, nine round table discussions, three research sessions, four invited sessions, three EAONO guidelines sessions and twenty “How I do it?” presentations will also be part of the meeting. The Temporal Bone Dissection Courses will take part in two different formats. Advanced dissections will be performed on cadaver full heads concerning lateral skull base dissections. Basic dissections on fresh temporal bones will take apart in another anatomy department within the city. Please be cautious about the deadlines of these dissection courses. These courses will be a part of “Trans-European Postgraduate Otology & Neurotology Education” (TEPONE); will be certificated and credited by EAONO. Several sponsored symposia will be available to take place the day before the meeting. Izmir is the third biggest city of Turkey located in far west end, embracing with the Aegean Sea, also surrounded with many historical places, but mainly Ephesus and the House of the Virgin Mary located on Mt. Koressos in the vicinity of Ephesus. The preserved stones and construction date back into the Apostolic Age. Besides the very busy scientific program very exciting social events will be a part of this program, that should never be missed. We shall be regularly updating the webpage www.eaono2016.org for the details and also will keep on mailings through the EAONO Online Forums. Until then, please keep in touch with us.