Managing ENT Emergencies in A&E and During On-Call
(Aimed at Core Trainees, Foundation Years and Senior Medical Students)
20th April 2021
1900 - 2015 hours (UK time)
Online Teaching Via Zoom
A number of ENT emergencies such as epistaxis, nasal fractures, swallowed foreign bodies, stridor, obstructed airway from trauma, Quincy, retropharyngeal abscess, auricular haematomas, mastoditis, parotitis and periorbital cellulitis present to the A&E Department. Likewise, junior doctors will be required to assess and manage ENT conditions during their on-calls in patients who have already been admitted to hospital, either under the care of ENT or other specialities. This includes patients who have airway obstruction or bleeding post-thyroidectomy and post-tracheostomy, as well as those who have had head and neck reconstruction and neck dissection for cancers. Without prior exposure to ENT, the management of some, if not all, of these conditions can be daunting.
This practice-focused lecture which provides a framework for the diagnosis, assessment and management of common ENT emergencies is delivered by Miss Daniela Bondin, who is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at the Tameside and Glossop Hospital in Greater Manchester and Surgical Lecturer and Tutor at Doctors Academy. She has vast experience of teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- Core Trainees in ENT
- Speciality Trainees in ENT
- Foundation Year Doctors
- Senior Medical Students
- Trust Doctors
- ENT Specialists
Consultant ENT Surgeon, Tameside and Glossop Hospital, Greater Manchester,
Surgical Lecturer and Tutor, Doctors Academy
|Places are currently available.|
|Date||20th April 2021
|Time||1900 - 2015 hours (UK time)|
||Online Teaching Via Zoom|
This teaching event is part of the Structured International Medical Education Programme, supported by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Cardiff and The Doctors Academy Group.
|Closing Date||Places will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis and therefore we are unable to provide a precise closing date.|
|No of Places||60|