Royal Society of Medicine
04 Nov 2016 - 04 Nov 2016
What are the challenges of surgical innovation for the next generation of ENT surgeons, with greater regulation and reduced funding? Progress has been rapid over the last 50 years but what is left for young trainees and consultants? Using examples from Paediatric ENT, Dave Albert speculates on areas of research and innovation that may bear fruit for the future.
Please note that delegates will now need to book separately for the Otology Section session if planning to attend for the whole day.
Joint Presidential reception
Delegates and their partners are invited to attend the Joint Presidential reception and buffet luncheon at 12.30 pm in the Cavendish Room. Pre-registration is required which you can select when you book on to the meeting. This is a great opportunity to catch up and network with your colleagues over lunch.
To understand the challenges of surgical innovation for the next generation of ENT surgeons, with greater regulations and reduced funding
- Review past surgical innovations that have worked
- Discuss challenges for the new generation of surgeons
- To discuss tips for success
- To discuss possible future areas of innovation