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EUROHNC

9th European Head and Neck Course

EUROHNC 01 October 5th, 2016
October 6th, 2016
October 7th, 2016

This three day course will cover the current management of head and neck cancer within a multidisciplinary framework. The format will consist of lectures, panel discussions and operative techniques. There will be a series of Keynote addresses dealing with some of the more controversial topics. There will be time allocated for audience participation through question and answer sessions. The course is suitable both for trainees (residents and fellows) in ENT, Maxfac, Plastics and Radiotherapy in preparation for exams, as well as providing a stimulating update for practicing surgeons and physicians.
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8th Annual Royal Marsden Head and Neck Conference

Upper aerodigestive tract cancer – what does NICE want us to do?
Date: Friday - 11th of November 2016
Venue: The Royal College of Physicians, London, NW1 4LE

Sentinel lymph node biopsy in mucosal and cutaneous head and neck cancer: why, when and how
Date: Saturday - 12th of November 2016
Venue: The Royal College of Physicians, London, NW1 4LE

10% discount for EHNS Members (check in private area).

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Head Nech Course Nov Italy

European Head and Neck Course
European Institute of Oncology

16 novembre 2016 - 18 novembre 2016
Milano

Course Directors:

F.Chiesa, W.Golusinski, R.Leemans, S. Parmar, P.Pracy

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4th ORL HNS Logo 4th Congress of European ORL-HNS
7-11 October 2017
Barcelone, Spain
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Evolution of the Make Sense Campaign

Logo Make Sense Campaign 2015

The Make Sense Campaign Steering Committee recently assembled at the International Conference on Innovative Approaches in Head and Neck Oncology (ICHNO) in Nice, France, to discuss the changing environment for head and neck cancer, and the role of the Make Sense Campaign.

The Make Sense Campaign has a specific mandate to raise awareness of head and neck cancer. Each year, there is a theme to help elevate and grow the campaign: in 2013 there was a focus on early diagnosis, then in 2014 the campaign showcased the benefits of a multidisciplinary team (MDT) approach to managing the disease.

For 2015, the campaign aims to seek excellence for patients; it will do this through a multi-stakeholder programme of activities with healthcare professionals and patient advocacy representatives. Read More...