3rd Scottish Head and Neck Conference -Complications & Management in Head and neck surgery
18th Sep 2020 Virtual conference
Based on the exceptionally positive feedback from last year’s inaugural event, I am pleased to announce that we will be hosting another Head and Neck meeting this year in conjunction with the university of Dundee. This unique conference will take place via virtual portal ZOOM this September and will focus on the evidence based management of salivary gland diseases within a multidisciplinary team approach. It will be the first conference to be based on the principles of an ‘enquiry-led teaching method’ with pre-determined learning objectives.
This event will include didactic lectures, but the majority of the conference will be dedicated to case based panel discussions, creating a unique open forum learning opportunity. It will allow delegates to actively participate in asking questions on the cases and engage in deliberating potential solutions with the panel, consisting of world leading experts in the field. Key note lectures will be delivered by internationally renowned faculty from multiple specialities.
Though the conference will be aimed at a broad audience from trainees in the relevant specialities through to consultants in ENT, Maxillofacial and Plastics; we would also encourage attendance from members of the extended multidisciplinary team for Head and Neck pathology.
Please visit www.headandneckconference.co.uk for the programme.
Topics to be covered will include:
Complications in Head and neck surgery- Overview Panel 1. Complications following Surgery of the Salivary Glands/parapharyngeal space Covid surgical outcome- Head and neck perspective Panel 2. Complications following Surgery of the Oral Cavity
Complications of Paediatric Head and Neck Surgery Complications of Intubation and Emergency Airway Management Anesthesia-related Complications in Head and Neck Surgery Panel 3. Complications following Surgery of the Oropharynx and larynx Complications of Immunotherapy
Radiological assessment and diagnosis of Head and neck postoperative complications Complications following reconstructive surgery Complications of Tracheostomy and Tracheal Surgery Panel 4 Complications following Surgery of the Thyroid and parathyroid
Head and neck experts from around the world will exchange high quality information about Head and neck surgery complications and management.
Mr. Jai Manickavasagam, Head and neck Lead, Ninewells, University of Dundee
Scientific Advisory Committee
Mr Iain Nixon
Prof Kim Ah- see
Prof Vinidh Paleri
Prof.Dr.M.W.M. van den Brekel. Dept. Head and Neck Surgery and Oncology. Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam
Prof. Prathamesh S. Pai, Head & Neck Surgical Oncology
Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai, India
Prof Vinidh Paleri, Head and neck surgeon, London, UK
Mr Kishore Shekar, Head and neck, Max fac, Dundee, UK
Mr Jai Manickavasagam, Head and neck surgeon, Dundee, UK
Mr Iain Nixon, Head and neck surgeon, Edinburgh, UK
Prof Kim Ah- see, Head and neck surgeon, Aberdeen, UK
Mr Haytham Kubba, Paediatric ENT consultant, Glasgow, UK
Mr Omar Hilmi, ENT consultant, Glasgow, UK
Prof David Smith, Endocrine surgeon, Dundee, UK
Prof Shahed Quraishi, Thyroid and parathyroid surgeon, Doncaster, UK
Mr Mani Ragbir, Plastic surgeon, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle, UK
Prof Dae Kim, Consultant ENT and Thyroid Surgeon, St George's Hospital, London, UK
Dr Richard Casasola, oncologist, Ninewells, Dundee, UK
Dr Joanna Mackenzie, Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Edinburgh Cancer Centre, UK
Mr Sam Majumdar, Laryngologist, Dundee, UK
Mr Andrew S. Evans, Head and neck surgeon, Edinburgh, UK
Prof Farrukh Riffat, Head and neck surgeon, Australia
Mr Richard Townsley, Head and neck surgeon, Glasgow, UK
Dr Anu Kamalasanan, Radiologist, Glasgow, UK
Dr Thiru Sudarshan, Radiologist, Dundee, UK
Dr Simon Crawley, Anesthetist, Dundee, UK
Please be aware that the delegation quota is strictly limited to 1000 places.
Attendance for the meeting is free to all. However, registration is must, prior to the meeting. On the day registration will not be accepted. International participants are expected in large numbers. Hence earlier registration is advisable.