Summer Meeting 2023

Event Schedule Details

  • 11/May/2023 09:00   -   12/May/2023 16:00


Dunblane Hydro (Double Tree by Hilton) Perth Rd Dunblane FK15 0HG



08.30-09.30Council Meeting, Wallace Room
10.00-10.45Surgical restoration in smell loss
Professor Peter Andrews, Royal National ENT and EDH/UCLH and National Hospital of Neurology and Neurosurgery, President RSM Laryngology and Rhinology Section
10.45-11.30Advances in Facial Reanimation
Prof Kofi Boahene, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
11.30-12.00COFFEE BREAK
12.00-13.00Winning Performance in Surgery: Lessons from Sport for Surgeons
Professor Brian Westerberg, Clinical Professor ENT, University of British Columbia
14.15-14.45Middle Ear Myoclonus
Professor Manohar Bance, Professor of Otology and Skull Base Surgery, University of Cambridge, President RSM Otology Section
14.45-15.30Alternative Referral Pathways: The Fife Experience
Mr David Walker, Consultant Victoria Hospital
15.30-16.00SERN update
Mr Hitesh Tailor, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
19.00Pre-dinner drinks, Dinner and Ceilidh, Strathmore Suite
09.00-09.30Speciality Subgroup Meetings
10.00-11.15Trainee Presentations
– William Lim, Getting your tonsils taken out – do you really get the same treatment?
– Zi Heng Tee, GP Access to Neck Ultrasound – A Sustainable Model?
– Rabii Aboulhosn, Incidence and characteristics of pulmonary lesions in patients with laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma: a retrospective review in NHS Grampian between 2011- 2019
– Mahjabin Ahmed, In-Office TNO-guided balloon dilatation in the management of dysphagia – our experience in 73 patients
– Jiak-Ying Tan, Impact of Head and Neck Cancer Risk Calculator Version 2 (HaNC-RCv2) on Tertiary Head and Neck Service in Post-COVID period
– Joseph Cannon, The Carbon Footprint in ENT Theatre
– Oliver Denton, Pharyngocutaneous fistula following total laryngectomy: Risk factors and Management
– Christie Smith, Has a global pandemic influenced the way that we manage tonsillitis and quinsy?
– Ivy Drake, Managing recurrent nosebleeds in children: a retrospective review of 718 children attending a nurse-led epistaxis clinic
– Abbie Coote, Outcomes for Patients with Oropharyngeal Squamous Cell Carcinoma treated in South East Scotland
11.15-11.45COFFEE BREAK
11.45-12.15The long road to the Cranial Base
Mr Saleh Okhovat, Consultant Rhinologist & Endoscopic Skull Base Surgeon, Glasgow Royal Infirmary and Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
12.15-12.30Laryngeal Electromyography (LEMG) in a nutshell
Ms Shiying Hey, Laryngology Fellow, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
12.30-13.00Business Meeting
14.15-14.35H&N Surgical Oncology Fellowship experience at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre, New York, USA.
Mr Panos Asimakopoulos, Consultant Head & Neck Surgeon, Greater Glasgow and Clyde
14.35-14.50Conceptualization of children-reported outcome measures for sinonasal disease
Mr Mohd Afiq Mohd Slim, ST8, West of Scotland Deanery
14.50-15.20Tonsillectomy in Scotland: The Disposable Debate
Angus Cain
15.20-15.30Prizes & CLOSE


There will be a dinner held at the hotel on the Thursday night which will consist of a 3 course meal with wine and an after dinner ceilidh band ( This is £50 for all delegates. If you wish to attend, select the “With Dinner” option in the registration.


Those who wish to stay overnight on Thursday can book using our group booking page. This price includes breakfast and the meeting dinner.


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