Bulletin Board

1 st Webinar of The Irish Head & Neck Society
Theme: HPV-related Oropharynx cancer

Thursday 27 th May, 18:00-19:30 BST
Check website for registration details: www.theihns.com
Registration free – 90 spaces available, will be prioritized for members of IHNS
CPD points applied for

18:00 Welcome
Professor Patrick Sheahan
18:05-18:20 HPV vaccination 2021
Professor Paul O’Neill
Consultant Otolaryngologist, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin
18:20-18:30

HPV testing and diagnosis 2021
Dr Linda Feeley
Consultant Pathologist, Cork University Hospital

18:30-18:40 Impact of treatment on swallowing outcomes in HPV-related OPSCC
Ms Teresa Hanevy
Senior Speech and Language Therapist, SIVUH
18:40-19:00 Transoral laser and robotic surgery for HPV-related OPSCC
Professor Christian Simon
Chief of Otolaryngology, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
19:00-19:15 De-escalation of non-surgical treatment for HPV-related OPSCC
Dr Kathy Rock
Consultant Radiation Oncologist, Cork University Hospital
19:15-19:30 Questions + Discussion Panel

Register for this event here

Interest in the Virtual World Tour program of IFHNOS, has been tremendous from all parts of the world. The final programs for May 29th, July 31st, and October 2nd are confirmed, and can be seen in the brochure. Click here to download.

The ELS Digital Congress on 28 May will be a superb event for voice professionals – with 4 parallel streams covering all aspects of laryngology.
Programme: https://bit.ly/32eHxX4.
Registration: https://bit.ly/3dixO8l.

Delegates will have access to the sessions until August.

7th Congress of European ORL-HNS 2024

Copenhagen International Head & Neck Ultrasound Course 10 - 11 June 2021 

This course aims to introduce surgeon-performed head and neck ultrasound and ultrasound-guided interventions to specialists and registrars in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. An international multispeciality faculty will teach thyroid, parathyroid, and neck ultrasound, and the lectures will be combined with quizzes to improve interactivity and learning. About half of the time is planned for hands-on training on volunteer patients with a teacher-to-participant ratio of 1:3. Further, the participants will also practice ultrasound-guided interventions (including fine-needle aspiration biopsies, core needle biopsies, and minimally invasive treatments) on special-made fantoms and fresh-frozen cadavers. The European Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (EFSUMB) has endorsed the course, and the curriculum of the theoretical part corresponds to EFSUMB Level 1. Please visit the website below for more information: www.neckultrasound.com

The language of the meeting is english and it is of a scientific format.

Topics include:

  • Inflammatory Disease of the Nose and Sinuses
  • Tumors of the Nose & Sinuses: Benign & Malignant
  • Skull Base Surgery
  • Rhinology: General: see program
  • Research Poster Presentations

The symposium fee is 2500 Danish Kroner

7th Endoscopic Skull Base Dissection Course - 1-3 October 2021 -Athens, Greece

Training Videos

A series of training videos developed by Ms Mona Thronton brought to you by the Irish Institute of Otorhinolaryngology / Head and Neck Surgery in partnership with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. View the entire series HERE

CEORL-HNS Presidential Council