ERS 2018 27th CONGRESS OF THE EUROPEAN RHINOLOGIC SOCIETY IN LONDON ON 22-26 APRIL 2018

ERS 2018 is now over.

A very successful meeting, attended by over 1800 people from 86 countries. Please click here to view photos.

The next ERS meeting will be in Thessaloniki in 2020 - we look forward to seeing you then!

The accepted abstracts from ERS 2018 can be accessed through the ERS and Rhinology Journal websites. They will be published as Supplement 27, for the Rhinology Journal

ERS 2018 is now over.

A very successful meeting, attended by over 1800 people from 86 countries. Please click here to view photos.

The next ERS meeting will be in Thessaloniki in 2020 - we look forward to seeing you then!

The accepted abstracts from ERS 2018 can be accessed through the ERS and Rhinology Journal websites. They will be published as Supplement 27, for the Rhinology Journal

ERS 2018 is now over.

A very successful meeting, attended by over 1800 people from 86 countries. Please click here to view photos.

The next ERS meeting will be in Thessaloniki in 2020 - we look forward to seeing you then!

The accepted abstracts from ERS 2018 can be accessed through the ERS and Rhinology Journal websites. They will be published as Supplement 27, for the Rhinology Journal

ERS 2018 is now over.

A very successful meeting, attended by over 1800 people from 86 countries. Please click here to view photos.

The next ERS meeting will be in Thessaloniki in 2020 - we look forward to seeing you then!

The accepted abstracts from ERS 2018 can be accessed through the ERS and Rhinology Journal websites. They will be published as Supplement 27, for the Rhinology Journal

ERS 2018 is now over.

A very successful meeting, attended by over 1800 people from 86 countries. Please click here to view photos.

The next ERS meeting will be in Thessaloniki in 2020 - we look forward to seeing you then!

The accepted abstracts from ERS 2018 can be accessed through the ERS and Rhinology Journal websites. They will be published as Supplement 27, for the Rhinology Journal

ERS 2018 is now over.

A very successful meeting, attended by over 1800 people from 86 countries. Please click here to view photos.

The next ERS meeting will be in Thessaloniki in 2020 - we look forward to seeing you then!

The accepted abstracts from ERS 2018 can be accessed through the ERS and Rhinology Journal websites. They will be published as Supplement 27, for the Rhinology Journal

ERS 2018 is now over.

A very successful meeting, attended by over 1800 people from 86 countries. Please click here to view photos.

The next ERS meeting will be in Thessaloniki in 2020 - we look forward to seeing you then!

The accepted abstracts from ERS 2018 can be accessed through the ERS and Rhinology Journal websites. They will be published as Supplement 27, for the Rhinology Journal

Welcome to the official website of ERS 2018

There are many great cities and many great meetings but in April 2018, you will have the opportunity to experience both as ERS comes to London. It is 28 years since we last hosted ERS here and many things have changed in that time but we are very confident that you will find whatever you want both professionally and socially from this conference.

London really will have it all – a state of the art programme, show-casing the very best in rhinology and all its related specialities, from allergy and immunology to facial plastics and oncology, presented in the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre against the spectacular backdrop of Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament.

We will do everything we can to make this a scientific event that is relevant, instructive and innovative for rhinologists at all stages of their careers. And what better place to experience it than in the heart of London, brimming with history and culture, where Art and Science will truly meet.

So from those of us just old enough to remember the Swinging Sixties ‘Be there, or be square!

Or to paraphrase Dr Samuel Johnson in 1779, ‘when a rhinologist is tired of London, they are tired of life!’

 Valerie J Lund CBE

Co-President. ERS 2018 

 

Andrew C Swift

Co-President, ERS 2018

 

The accepted abstracts from ERS 2018 can be accessed through the ERS and Rhinology Journal websites.  They will be published as Supplement 27, for the Rhinology Journal.

Wednesday Overview download                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Wednesday interactive view

 

Timings

Churchill Auditorium Ground Floor

Whittle Third Floor

St James Suite Fourth Floor

Westminster Suite Fourth Floor

Moore Fourth Floor

Abbey Fourth Floor

Mountbatten Sixth Floor

Gielgud Second Floor

Burton & Redgrave Second Floor

Albert Second Floor

Victoria Second Floor

Title

08.00 - 08.45

 

Preventing And Managing Complications Of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

How I Do It : Surgery For Inverted Papilloma

Pre-Op CT Analysis - A Surgeon's Perspective

CRS - Evolution Of Concepts Of Pathogenesis And Management

AERD - Diagnosis And Management

Building A Facial Plastic Practice

Medical Malpractice

- How To Avoid Litigation And Getting Sued

How I Do It - Eustachian Tube Dilatation - Selection, Procedure And Outcome

Assessment

Making The Most Of Navigation

Endoscopic Approaches To The Pterygopalatine Fossa

Speaker(s)

Anders Cervin

Pär Stjärne

Daniel Simmen

Claus Bachert

Tilman Keck

Hints To Successfully Build And Market Your FPS Private Practice - Irina

Vasilenko

Werner Hosemann

James Tysome

Marco Caversaccio

Jan Plzák

Title

09.00 - 10:00

Wednesday Plenary

Overflow for Wednesday Plenary

 

Chair(s)

Sean Carrie

Pär Stjärne

Speaker(s)

Precision Medicine In

Lower Airways Disease - Peter Howarth

Precision Medicine In Nose And Sinus Surgery - Peter

Hellings

 

10.00 -

10.45

MID MORNING COFFEE BREAK, VISIT THE EXHIBITION AND POSTER VIEWING

Title

10:45 -

11:55

Decision Making In Transorbital Approaches

Update On Allergic Rhinitis And Immunotherapy In Adults

All About Bacteria

Ask The Experts - Your Chance To Grill The Boss…..

Juvenile Angiofibroma

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction And Rhinologic Disease

The Nasal Valve In Septorhinoplasty

HHT 1, Epistaxis 2

and GPA 1

Sinonasal Malignancy 2

Paediatric Rhinology 3

Allergic Rhinitis 3

Chair(s)

Shahzada Ahmed Eric Wang

Philippe Gevaert Jin-Hee Cho

Simon Carney

Peter Valentin Tomazic Pavol Surda

Raj Bhalla Reda Kamel

Justinas Ivaska

Timothy Woolford

Mikkel Christian

Alanin

Kare Hakansson

Vladimir Kozlov Andrew Goldberg

Brendan Hanna Zalan Piski

Kensei Naito Mitsuhiro Okano

Speaker(s)

Transorbital Approaches; Anatomical Concepts - Iacopo Dallan

Intraconal Pathologies; Options And Limits - Benjamin Bleier Management Of Orbital Involvement In Sinonasal Malignancy - David Holzmann

Meningiomas - A New Treatment Paradigm? Darlene Lubbe

Allergen Specific Immunotherapy - Yoshitaka Okamoto

Roadmap To Registered Allergen Immunotherapy Preparations In The EU - Oliver Pfaar

Lessons Learned From Clinical Trials In The Treatment Of Allergic Rhinitis - Ralph Mösges Allergen Immunotherapy Tomorrow - What Can We Expect - Chae-Seo Rhee

The Microbiology Of CRS Is Complex Beyond Our Wildest Imaginings, And Of Course The Bugs Are Doing It - Richard Douglas

The International Microbiome Collaboration - Where Are We Now -Alkis Psaltis

The Host And Microbiome - Crosstalk In Health And Disease - Robert Kern Intracellular Staphylococcus Aureus - The Trojan Horse Of Recalcitrant Chronic Rhinosinusitis - Rami Salib

Samuel Leong Rainer Weber

Jean Silvain Lacroix Sietze Reitsma Anders Cervin

How To Classify Juvenile Angiofibroma - Metin Onerci

Endoscopic Approaches For Extended Juvenile Angiofibromas - Manuel Bernal-Sprekelsen

Open Approaches For Juvenile Angiofibroma's - Peter Clarke

Multiport Approaches To Juvenile Angiofibroma's - Six Handed Approaches - Narayanan Janakiram

Prevalence of Eustachian Tube Dysfunction In Turbinate Hypertrophy - Marcus Rautiainen Prevalence Of Eustachian Tube Dysfunction In CRS - Martin Desrosiers

Should Rhinologists Undertake Balloon Dilation Of The Eustachian Tube? - Florian Bast

Balloon Dilation Of The Eustachian Tube; Does It Work? - James Tysome

Conservative Management Of Nasal Valve Dysfunction - Hesham Saleh

The Role Of Spreader Grafts In Nasal Valve Dysfunction - Holger Gassner

Surgical Management Of External Nasal Valve Dysfunction - Shahram Anari

Alar Suspension - Dirk Jan Menger

       

Title

12.05 - 13.15

EUFOREA-ARIA

Symposium

Improving Outcomes In Clival Chordomas

Assessment And Medical

Management Of The Nose In Facial Pain

Fundamentals Of Rhinoplasty

Investigation Of Smell And Taste Disorders

Frontal Sinus Surgery 2

Correction Of The Anterior Septal Deviations

Snoring and OSA 2 / Septal Surgery 3

CRS Surgery 4

Orbit and Lacrimal 2

Rhinology Potpourri 1

Chair(s)

Claus Bachert Pär Stjärne

Iacopo Dallan

Adrian Agius

João Pimentel

Carl Philpott

Anshul Sama

Hesham Saleh

Achim Beule Kasper Aanaes

Paul Nix

Morgan Andersson

Jean Silvain Lacroix Markus Rautiainen

Korneliusz Golebski Petr Schalek

Speaker(s)

Advocacy To The Service Of The Respiratory Community

- Peter Hellings

Patient Education In The Centre Of Optimal Respiratory Care - Wytske Fokkens

Added Value Of Health Tools In Respiratory Care - Sven Seys

Research Support Platform For Clinical Research - Benoit Pugin

Decision Making In Surgical Approach - Nick Thomas Total Or Subtotal Resection? - Eric Wang Options For Reconstruction In Difficult Cases - Ricardo Carrau

Proton Therapy; A Guide For Surgeons - Burnett (TBC)

Rhinogenic Headache - Does It Exist? - Michael Setzen

What Is The Role Of Surgery In The Management Of Facial Pain

- Peter Lohuis Neurological Management In Facial Pain - Giorgio Lambru

Orofacial Pain / Novel Interventions - Implanted Stimulators -TBC

Assessment - When Not To Operate - Jose Carlos Neves Beginner's Mistakes In Rhinoplasty And How To Avoid Them - Anil Joshi Introduction To Tip Surgery Florian Bast

Pre And Post-Op Care - Gwijde Adriaensen

Routine Clinical Testing Of Sense Of Smell - Antje Welge-Lüssen Assessment Of Olfactory

Loss In Childhood - Joaquim Mullol

Novel Treatments In The Management Of Olfactory Loss - Katie Whitcroft Assessment And Management Of Taste Disorders - Basile Landis

3D Anatomy Of The Frontal Sinus - Werner Hosemann Application Of Image Guidance In Frontal Sinus Surgery - Sergei Karpischenko

The Role Of Steroid Eluting Stents And Novel Devices In The Frontal Sinus - Amber Luong

When All Else Fails - Obliteration And Cranialisation Of The Frontal Sinus - Andrew Goldberg

Use Of Angled Scopes In Frontal Sinus Surgery -

Nobuyoshi Otori

Mohamed Reda Michal Krawczynski Ullas Raghavan

Rui Xavier Ignazio Tasca

       
 

13:15 -

14:45

LUNCH, POSTER VIEWING AND VISIT THE EXHIBITION

Title

14:45 -

16:15

Management Of The Difficult CRS Patient

The Leak I Could Not Close

Management Of Difficult CSF Leaks

Benign Tumours In The Nose

Case Report Session: Facial Plastics

Paediatric Rhinology 4

How Should We Use

Endotyping In Routine Clinical Practice?

 

CRS Medical Management 2

Rhinoplasty 2

Imaging and Investigations 2

CRS

Pathophysiology 2

Chair(s)

Claire Hopkins

Manuel Bernal-Sprekelsen

Andrew Swift

João Pimentel

Gwijde Adriaensen Peter Valentin Tomazic

Jivianne Lee

Iain Hathorn Salina Husain

Paulo Gonçalves

Jose Gameiro Dos Santos

Olivia Larsson Peter Lacy

Luo Zhang Brecht Steelant

Speaker(s)

Andreas Leunig Sean Carrie Timothy Smith Eliza Brozek Madry Simon Carney

Ioannis Constantinidis Brent Senior

Eric Wang Andrey Lopatin Claudiu Manea

Raj Bhalla

Sergei Karpischenko Reda Kamel Timoleon Terzis Hans Rudolf Briner Stephan Vlaminck

Ludovic de Gabory

Timothy Woolford Pietro Palma David Roberts Peter Andrews Frodita Jakimovska

Dilyana Vicheva Larry Kalish

Ann-Louise McDermott Giuseppina Rotiroti Tomislav Baudoin

Hun-Jong Dhong

Livije Kalogjera Emmanuel Prokopakis Martin Desrosiers Amber Luong

Janet Wilson

Cemal Cingi

       
 

16:15 -

16:45

AFTERNOON TEA, POSTER VIEWING AND VISIT THE EXHIBITION

Title

16:45 -

17:30

 

The Internal Carotid Artery in Skull Base Surgery

Allergy

Diagnosis And Management Of Recalcitrant CRS

Skull Base Reconstruction In EE ASB

Do We Need Precision

Medicine - Difficult Problems In CRS, Simple Solutions

 

Pitfalls In Nasal Profile Alignment

New Treatments For New Diseases - IG4 Diseases

Management Of Chronic Facial Pain

Harnessing Health Through The Digital Revolution

Speaker(s)

Prepageran Narayanan

 

Richard Douglas

Shahzada Ahmed

Martin Desrosiers

Fazil Apaydin

Morgan Andersson

Adrian Agius

Benoit Pugin

Sven Seys