Ear, Hearing and Hearing loss
IFOS is active in the WHO, Department of Noncommunicable Diseases, represented by Shelly Chadha. Recently (May 4, 2017) World Health Assembly adopted a resolution on Prevention of hearing loss and deafness. Following doicuments may be helpful in raising awarness on ear and hearing care with important data for communication with the politicions and decision makers in individual countries
WHO Resolution Prevention of hearing loss and defness 2017
World Hearing Day March 3
: Blake S Wilson, Debara L Tucci, Michael H Merson, Gerard M O'Donoghue: Global hearing health care: new findings and perspectives
Prevention of blindness and deafness, Activities of WHO
Big Success with Open Access Atlas of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Operative Surgery
We have reached a landmark with the Open Access Atlas of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Operative Surgery
>1.1 million chapters downloaded!
Currently at more than 1000 chapters downloaded per day.
President and General Secretary's of French ENT Society welcome to IFOS World Congres 2017
The World ENT congress
, taking place in Paris, in 2017, should be an essential event for the ENT worldwide community, regardless of nationality and type of practices.
With the IFOS board, we have decided to put this event under the sign of a triple mission: Diversity, Innovation and Evaluation
of practices and resources around the world.
to link basic science and clinical research.
of quality of care, leading to worldwide guidelines.
The social program will be outstanding, focusing on Paris, the "Ville Lumière" but also on the diverse senses of the ENT field.
We are expecting you, from all over the world, to affirm the strength and dynamism of our speciality.
IFOS Paris 2017 - ENT WORLD Congress is waiting for you!
Meeting Minutes from General Assembly held in Seoul, 2013
Please find in this link Meeting Minutes
from General Assembly that was held in Seoul, 3rd June, 2013.
Erwin Offeciers (Belgium), Peter Kabat (Slovakia), Johan Fagan (South Africa), John Hamilton (South Africa), Vincent Cousins (Australia), Rakesh Prasad Shrivastav (Nepal), Virgilius Uloza (Lithuania), Anton Gross (Germany), Hamid Benghalem (Morocco), Frederic Chabolle (France), Gregory Randolph (USA), Isaac Macharia (Kenya), Carlos Stott (Chile)
Klaus Jahnke (Germany), Milan Profant (Slovakia), Charlotte Chiong (Oceania), Chong Sun Kim (Korea), Bernard Fraysse (France), Nasser Kotby (Egypt), Suchitra Prasansuk(Thailand), Hector Ruiz (Argentina)
During the XIXth World Congress in Sao Paulo, the initiatives of the Educational Committee were discussed in the Executive Committee meetings of Sunday May 31st and June 4th and were approved during the General Assembly.
The paper on minimum requirements of an ENT training worldwide are combined with the initiative of Dr. Johan Fagan from Cape Town to start with an ENT training program within the Developing Countries. This training program should be totally different from the training programs in Developed Countries because of their need and possibilities and their different incidence of disease and complications. Dr. Johan Fagan developed the website Educational support for ENT surgeons in the Developing World
Educational support for ENT surgeons in the Developing World
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