- Published on 22 June 2017
ENT World Congress
Here is a selection of key otology/audiology conferences held during the ENT World Congress in Paris, both in English and in French, to help you choose the conferences you want to attend and make sure you don’t miss out on anything!
The mornings begin with two successive 40-minute institutional courses. These courses cover a wide variety of topics, from methodology for audiovestibular exploration, to different otology surgery techniques, number of perspectives and treatment of conditions with a medical, therapeutic or psychological viewpoint (Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at 7h and 7h45).
The conferences take place as keynote lectures (30 minutes); round tables and controverse conferences (60 minutes); symposiums and oral communications (1h30) on innovative techniques or trending topics in the field of otology. The opening ceremony will take place on Saturday, June 24, at 16h, with a welcome cocktail.
This summary cannot present all the conferences of the congress; therefore, we have picked a selection which covers the topics which, we believe, will interest most of you. That being said, the other conferences are just as instructive.
Just click on the subject of your interest and choose your lecture!
- Deafness, a key concern for the WHO
- Cochlear implants
- Pediatric Otology
- Surgical program: securing the act, assessing practices and technical innovations
- Vestibular disorders
- Fundamental research on the inner ear
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Acknowledgements: Many thanks to Prof. Bruno Frachet and Dr. Didier Bouccara for their contribution for this article.