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The Pediatric ENT Symposium 2024

24th–25th of October 2024
Copenhagen, Denmark

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The Pediatric ENT Symposium 2024

The Danish ENT Academy is delighted to host the first Pediatric ENT Symposium 2024.

This symposium will include lectures about various common illnesses found in children such as tonsillitis, sinusitis and ear infections using the latest guidelines for medical treatment and the most advanced techniques for surgical treatment. Thus, the aim of this symposium is to concentrate and disseminate information concerning prevention, cure and care of otorhinolaryngology disorders in infants and children due to developmental, degenerative, infectious, neoplastic, traumatic and social causes.

We welcome both doctors and nurses as well as both presenters and delegates to this exciting scientific program, where we have a great lineup of Danish and international speakers.

The symposium will take place in beautiful surroundings at The Natural History Museum of Denmark, where there will be plenty of opportunity to network with other doctors as a guided tour and course dinner at the museum is included in your ticket.

Language: English
Location: The Natural History Museum of Denmark (Øster Voldgade 5,7, 1350 Copenhagen K, Denmark)

Confirmed speakers

Prof. Michael J. Rutter, BHB, MBChB, FRACS

Prof. Michael J. Rutter, BHB, MBChB, FRACS

Cincinnati, USA

Director of Clinical Research, Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, University of Cincinatti. Mike is an ENT surgeon specializing in pediatric otolaryngology with an emphasis on airway problems in children, adolescents, and young adults. His interests include tracheal reconstruction and complex airway surgery.

Prof. Ann Hermansson, MD, Ph.D.

Prof. Ann Hermansson, MD, Ph.D.

Lund, Sweden

Michelle Wyatt

Michelle Wyatt

London, United Kingdom

Michelle Wyatt is Head of the Departments of ENT Surgery, Audiology and Cochlear Implantation at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. She is also an Honorary Associate Professor at the Institute of Child Health, University of London and the President of the British Association of Paediatric Otolaryngology and sits on the council of the Section of Rhinology and Laryngology at the Royal Society of Medicine, having recently been elected to be the incoming section President in November 2024.

Malin Wendt

Malin Wendt

Karolinska, Sweden

Malin Wendt is a senior Pediatric ENT consultant and Head of Department for Upper Airway Surgery in Karolinska, with main clinical focus on pediatric airway/aerodigestive challenges and management of vascular anomalies. Malin is co-Head of the Karolinska Pediatric Aerodigestive Team (KPAT) and is representing Karolinska in the European Reference Network Cranio/Rare ENT-disorders. She is Secretary in the board of the Swedish Society of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology.

Prof. Therese Ovesen, MD, DMSc.

Prof. Therese Ovesen, MD, DMSc.

Århus, Denmark

Therese Oversen is Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Aarhus University and Professor and Senior Consultant at the ENT Department, Gødstrup Hospital, Denmark. She has over 150 peer-reviewed publications and is a reviewer for several international journals including Laryngoscope, British Medical Journal, Clinical Otolaryngologica, International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology and Acta Otorhinolaryngologica.

Morten Bøttger, MD, MMD, Consultant

Morten Bøttger, MD, MMD, Consultant

Copenhagen, Denmark

Head of paediatric anaesthesiology, HovedOrtoCentret Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen. Morten's clinical practice is anchored at the ENT and CMF operating theatres. Main areas of interest and expertise include difficult airway management in smaller children, a subject on which he has authored multiple textbook chapters. A special interest revolves around teaching and training paediatric eFONA.

Thomas Hjuler, MD, Consultant

Thomas Hjuler, MD, Consultant

Copenhagen, Denmark

Lead Pediatric ENT Consultant at the Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery and Audiology clinic at Rigshospitalet. Thomas is the head of the Capital Region's team for vascular lesions and a member of several interdisciplinary pediatric teams at Rigshospitalet, including the Microtia, Craniofacial and Oncology teams.

Cecilia Fernandez Samar, Audiologist/Speech-language pathologist

Cecilia Fernandez Samar, Audiologist/Speech-language pathologist

Copenhagen, Denmark

Cecilia Fernandez Samar is Head of the Audiological Department at the Copenhagen Hearing and Balance Center, Rigshospitalet. She has extensive experience in the field of audiology covering the medical, technical, and educational areas. She has experience with fitting hearing aids, cochlear implants and AVT and is a Certified Auditory Verbal Therapist (Cert. AVT) - guiding parents and professionals.

Research Poster Presentations

We welcome you to submit a poster for the scientific poster part of the symposium.

Poster topics can be both basic science research and clinical research/case studies. Posters will be on display during the symposium and an extra certificate (poster presentation) will be awarded over and above the Symposium Attendance Certificate. The two best posters are presented during the last session of each meeting (see the programme below). 

The winning poster will be awarded a prize of 2000 Danish kroner or one free registration to a DENTA symposium or course of your choice. All participants who submit an accepted poster for the meeting will be given a 1000 Danish kroner refund to the cost of registration. Please consider submitting a poster for this meeting.

To submit posters, please write to Mike Papesch: mail: chairman@entdenmark.com

Programme

Symposium Programme

Day 1     |     October 24th

08.0008.25Registration, Coffee & Pastries
08.2508.30WelcomeAJ/MP
Session 1Pediatric Airway
08.3009.00What to do with a squeaky babyMichelle Wyatt
09.0009.30Airway management in children (MLB etc.)Morten Bøttger
09.3010.00Laryngotracheal problems and managementMike Rutter
10.0010.30TraumaAnn Hermansson
10.3011.00Trade Displays/Tea & Coffee Break
Session 2Head and Neck
11.0011.30Infections in ChildrenAnn Hermansson
11.3012.00Head and Neck Lumps – an update in diagnostics and treatmentMalin Wendt
12.0012.30Atypical TBTBA
12.3013.30Lunch/Poster Presentations/Trade Displays
Session 3Otology
13.3014.00Best evidence management of middle ear diseaseAnn Hermansson
14.0014.30Management of vestibular disordersMartin Reznitsky
14.3015.00Auditory-Verbal Therapy after Cochlea ImplantationCecilia Fernandez
15.0015.30Panel Discussion: Use of Gromets, when and why
15.3016.00Trade Displays/Tea & coffee
Session 4
16.0016.30Paediatric UltrasoundTobias Todsen
17:0017:30Guided tour at The Natural History Museum of Denmark
18Course Dinner at The Natural History Museum of Denmark

Day 2     |     October 25th

08.0009.00Coffee & Pastries/Trade Displays
 
Session 5Obstructive Sleep Apnea
09.0009.30Obstructive Sleep Apnea in childrenMike Rutter
09.3010.00Adenotonsillectomy: Techniques and Hosptial Stay TBA
10.0010.30DISE in childrenMichelle Wyatt
10.3011.00Trade Displays/Tea & coffee
Session 6General
11.0011.30Update in management of pediatric aerodigestive challengesMalin Wendt
11.3012.00Smell disorders in childhood and adolescenceTherese Ovesen
12.0012.30Panel DiscussionChair: Mike Rutter
12.3013.30Lunch/Poster Presentations/Trade Displays
Session 7Rhinology
13.3014.00Stuffy Noses in Children (Septoplasty etc.)TBA
14.0014.30Paediatric Sinus Surgery: Indications and PitfallsTBA
14.3015.00Biologics and medical management in childrenTBA
15.0015.30Panel DiscussionAnn Hermansson
15.3016.00Trade Displays/Tea & coffee
Session 8Closing Session
16.0016.30Winning Poster PresentationsThomas Hjuler/Alaa Jady
16.30Closure/Evaluation/CertificationAlaa Jady/Mike Papesch

Information & Registration

Event Fee

Early Bird fee (Until May 31st 2024):
3000 DKK: Consultants & Senior registrars
2500 DKK: Junior doctors, nurses & other healthcare professionals

Standard fee (From June 1st 2024):
3500 DKK: Consultants & Senior registrars
3000 DKK: Junior doctors, nurses & other healthcare professionals

The above-mentioned course fee includes lunch, refreshments, a guided tour of the course venue (the Natural History Museum of Denmark) and course dinner on the first day (in the Botanical Gardens next to the venue).

1-day tickets
2000 DKK: Course day one only (includes event dinner)
1500 DKK: Course day 2 only.

All stated prices include MOMS/VAT.

Accomodation

Accommodation is not included in the event fee, but DENTA has received a 10% discount rate on hotel rooms at Hotel Wake Up Copenhagen for our delegates to use during their stay in Copenhagen (the discount is available via the link above).

The event is held at the Natural History Museum of Denmark - just a few minutes walk from Nørreport Station, which is easily reached by metro, local S-train and regional trains.

With its location in central Copenhagen, there are plenty of excellent options for accommodation near the venue.

Contact

Do you have questions or need additional information? Please contact:

Alaa Jady, MD
Course organiser

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