The inaugural meeting of the BRS Juniors will be held on 16th May 2019 at the Crown Plaza in Glasgow. It will commence at 1pm and run until 5pm. There will be talks from eminent rhinologist on clinical subjects, tips and tricks, how to set up a rhinology fellowship and a chance to ask just about anything you want to about anything rhinological. The educational afternoon will be followed by a social evening. Quite exceptionally, this event will be free for trainees to attend, thanks to some very generous sponsorship from the educational arm of Medtronic.
The Crowne Plaza Hotel,
Lanarkshire G3 8QT
For more details of the venue and how to get there see here.
The conference hotel is the Crowne Plaza situated just over the footbridge from the Science Centre where the main BRS will be held the next day. There is a negotiated conference rate of £139 per night including breakfast (single occupancy). To take advantage of this deal you will need to book using the link below before 17th April 2019. Thereafter, rooms will revert to the standard rate. All bookings require a credit card to guarantee the booking and are subject to a 72 hour cancellation fee.
Thanks to Medtronic, the juniors meeting will be free to attend this year for BRS junior members. To become a BRS member (which is free for trainees & students) please follow this link.
You will also need to register to attend the junior meetint - this can be done using the link below.
Topics chosen from ISCP curriculum & common FRCS exam cases.
(Please note: timings are provsional at this stage)
|Mr Stephen Ball, Newcastle|
|13:10||Decision making in septal surgery|
|Prof Tim Woolford, Manchester|
|13:30||Exam Talk: Rhinoplasty assessment|
|Mr Paul White, Dundee|
|13:50||Panel discussion: Emergency rhinology|
|14:10||Open & endonasal surgery for sinus tumours|
|Prof Valerie Lund, London|
|15:00||Exam Talk: Investigations, key differentials, imposters and management of CRS|
|Prof Claire Hopkins, London|
|15:20||Panel discussion: Rhinoplasty or CRS case|
|15:40||Surgical management of epistaxis|
|Mr Raj Bhalla, Manchester|
|16:00||Organising a fellowship, planning your training and beyond|
|Mr Iain Hathorn, Edinburgh|
|16:20||International Speaker: Patient assessment tied into modern understandings of pathophysiology in therapy|
|Prof Martin Desrosiers, Montreal|
|16:40||No question too daft - open questions to faculty|