The Practical ENT Course


Course Programme

The course is divided into two parts: Obviously not everything is covered in the morning lectures, and those topics that have a more 'practical' slant are taught in the afternoon.

For example the subject Vertigo is not covered in the morning, but there is a station dedicated to vertigo in the afternoon. In this station the various conditions are discussed, and then the tests for diagnosing vertigo and the teaching on the Epley's manoeuvre are covered.

It will be held at the Sunderland Medical Education Centre at the Royal Sunderland Hospital

Programme Draft

08:30am Registration - Introduction Coffee break
  Hot Lunch

The course is supported by senior specialist registrars who will be more than capable of answering any questions and providing up to date advice if required. Practical section - 30 minutes each station. Each group will consist of up to 6 candidates. Each station is manned by at least one member of the faculty.

Stations include 17:10 - 17:30 - Certificates will be provided at the end of the course once feedback forms have been filled in.

Faculty members will be available at the end for any further questions on any ENT topic that candidates wish to ask about. This informal session is voluntary for candidates.