IFOS WORLD COURSE ON HEARING REHABILITATION and ON HEAD AND NECK

IN COLLABORATION WITH "EAR NOSE AND THROAT HOSPITAL OF HO CHI MINH CITY"
 

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Global Hearing Rehabilitation course
from Sunday, November 24th to Tuesday, November 26th at noon
 

Head and Neck Surgery course
from Tuesday, November 26th at 2pm to Wednesday, November 27th

Ho Chi Minh City

 

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Dear Colleagues,
We are very pleased to present the scientific programme of the fourth WORLD IFOS COURSE ON HEARING REHABILITATION and ON HEAD AND NECK to be held in Ho Chi Minh City on November 24-27, 2019.
This course adresses the requirements of the IFOS global missions: to promote the specialty all around the world reflecting the practice diversity.
The course has been made possible mostly with the collaboration of the EAR NOSE AND THROAT HOSPITAL OF HO CHI MINH CITY and the French
ENT Association (SFORL).
We really hope that many of you will join us in Vietnam.

 

COURSE ORGANIZERS

Bernard FRAYSSE, IFOS President
Milan PROFANT, IFOS General Secretary
Tran Phan Chung THUY, Director ENT Hospital of Ho Chi Minh city and Vice President of ENT Ho Chi Minh city Society
Nicolas FAKHRY, YO-IFOS President
Sébastien VERGEZ, YO-IFOS Congress Organization Committee

 

SPEAKERS

ASIA

Charlotte Chiong (PHILIPPINES)

Giang Do Hong (VIETNAM)

Thi Hau Vu (VIETNAM)

Hoang Ba Dung (VIETNAM)

Seiji Kakehara (JAPAN)

Saim Lokman (MALAYSIA)

Le Minh Ky (VIETNAM)

Seung-ha Oh (KOREA)

Kaoru Ogawa (JAPAN)

Haruo Takahashi (JAPAN)

Tran Phan Chung Thuy (VIETNAM)

Nguyen Thi Ngoc Dung (VIETNAM)

Peter Sheng-Po Hao (TAIWAN)

Chwee Ming Lim (SINGAPORE)

Kang Dae Lee (KOREA)

Napadon Tangjaturonrasme (THAILAND)

Phakdee Sannikorn (THAILAND)

 

INTERNATIONAL

Sue Archbold (UK)

Pierre Bertholon (FRANCE)

Catherine Birman (AUSTRALIA)

Vincent Cousins (AUSTRALIA)

Marie-José Esteve-Fraysse (FRANCE)

Nicolas Fakhry (FRANCE)

Bernard Fraysse (FRANCE)

Bertrand Gardini (FRANCE)

Roland Laszig (GERMANY)

Julie Ligetti (AUSTRALIA)

Thierry Mom (FRANCE)

Thomas Nikolopoulos (GREECE)

Stephen O'Leary (AUSTRALIA)

Milan Profant (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)

George Tavartkiladze (RUSSIA)

Hung Thai Van (FRANCE)

Sébastien Vergez (FRANCE)

Jan Veldman (NETHERLANDS)

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration to the World IFOS Course
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PROGRAMME OF THE HEARING REHABILITATION COURSE

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24

9:00 am - 1:00 pm
ACTION FOR GLOBAL HEARING HEALTH

WelcomeBernard Fraysse, Milan Profant, Tran Phan Chung Thuy
IFOS global missionsAlexis Richard
Global burden of hearing loss and WHO’s response, WHO representative
Economic Impact of Hearing loss: the different systems of hearing managementSue Archbold
Role of foundations in public policy advocacy, Julie Ligetti

Round Table: Strategies to improve access of hearing health care and assistive technologies
Moderator: Bernard Fraysse
Panelists:
Vincent Cousins
Giang Do Hong
Saim Lokman

Kaoru Ogawa
George Tavartkiladze 

  • National and international examples of initiatives to facilitate use of hearing assistive devices
  • The help of telemedecine to hearing devices fitting
  • How to establish a national training program in audiology
  • Strategies for auditory rehabilitation program

11:00 - 11:30 am
Coffee Break

Round table: Universal new born screening: the good model
Moderator: Hung Thai Van
Panelists
Catherine Birman
Charlotte Chiong
Stephen O'Leary
Nguyen Thi Ngoc Dung
Thomas Nikolopoulos
Haruo Takahashi
Seung-ha Oh

Round table: How to build a global plan in humanitarian mission
Thierry Mom, Bertrand Gardini

  • Training model and infrastructure
  • Long-term sustainability
  • Measuring performance
  • Collaborative research

1:00 - 2:00 pm
Lunch

2:00 - 4:00 pm
AUDIOLOGY

Audiological diagnosis after newborn screeningHung Thai Van
Auditory neuropathy spectrum disorders (ANSD) : Implications for evaluation and managementGeorge Tavartkiladze
Hearing and CognitionHung Thai Van
Current trend of the treatment of tinnitus and hyperracusis, Kaoru Ogawa
Interest of genetic counseling in hearing lossCharlotte Chiong
Clinical cases discussion, Hung Thai Van

4:00 - 4:30 pm
Coffee Break

4:30 - 6:30 pm
EQUILIBRIUM

Bedside neuro-otological examination and interpretation of commonly used tests, Pierre Bertholon
Vertigo in the emergency department , Pierre Bertholon
Transtympanic injections and Meniere Disease: is there a consensus today? Marie-José Esteve-Fraysse
Vestibular migraine: when to suspect it and how to treat it? Marie-José Esteve-Fraysse
Clinical cases discussion, Pierre Bertholon

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25

8:00 - 10:00 am
HEARING AID AND MIDDLE EAR IMPLANTS

Prescribing adjusting and evaluating hearing aid performance in childrenH. Thai Van
Assessing outcomes of hearing aids in adultsThomas Nikolopoulos
Rerouting signal in single side deafnessThomas Nikolopoulos
Rehabiliting Single Sided Deafness - which approach and why? Stephen O'Leary
Clinical Case presentations, Milan Profant

10:00 - 10:30 am
Coffee Break

10:30 am - 1:00 pm
AUDITORY IMPLANTS

Basic surgical anatomy of cochlear implantation, Haruo Takahashi
Cochlear Implant selection criteria and pre-operative assessmentCatherine Birman
Pediatric cochlear implant in children: surgical technicRoland Laszig
Cochlear implant and hearing preservationRoland Laszig
Cochlear implantation in anomaly casesSeung-ha Oh
How to be confident that your patient will benefit from a cochlear implantStephen O'Leary
Round table : Accessibility of cochlear implant around the world
Moderator: Stephen O'Leary 
Panelists:
Catherine Birman 
Bernard Fraysse
Milan Profant 

Roland Laszig
Giang Do Hong
Seung-ha Oh

1:00 - 2:00 pm
Lunch

2:00 - 4:00 pm
MIDDLE AND INNER EAR SURGERY

Otosclerosis: basic science and clinical significanceKaoru Ogawa
How to close a tympanic membrane perforationBernard Fraysse
Classification of cholesteatoma and surgical strategies, Milan Profant
Ossiculoplasty, autogenous or biomaterial? Thierry Mom
Complications of otitis media, Saim Lokman
Heads-up Ear Surgery: paradigm shift in ear surgerySeiji Kakehara
Round table : Otosclerosis: hearing aid or surgery?
Moderator: Bernard Fraysse 
Panelists:
Milan Profant 
Saim Lokman
Kaoru Ogawa
Seiji Kakehara
Seung-ha Oh

4:00 - 4:30 pm
Coffee Break

4:30 - 6:30 pm
VIDEO SESSION (8-10 minutes per video)

Moderator: Saim Lokman

1. Stapes surgery
2. Ossiculoplasty
3. Obliteration technique
4. Meatoplasty and open technique
5. Close technique

6. Translabyrinthine approach

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26

8:00 - 10:00 am
GUIDELINES AND STATE OF THE ART

Evolution in the treatment of acoustic neuroma, Vincent Cousins
State of the art in the management of paragangliomasVincent Cousins
Guidelines in sudden hearing lossThierry Mom
Temporal bone traumaMilan Profant
Facial nerve rehabilitationBertrand Gardini
Round Table: prevention of deafness from acute otitis media in childrens, update guideline treatment acute otitis media 

10:00 - 10:30 am
Coffee Break

10:30 am - 1:00 pm
INNOVATION IN OTOLOGY

CT-scan contouring technique: implication in cochlear implantationThi Hau Vu
5-FU ointment for treating cholesteatomaHaruo Takahashi
Middle ear implant: where are we now?Milan Profant
What you need to know about drug therapies for treating hearing lossStephen O'Leary
New technique in inner ear explorationThierry Mom
Innovation in objective auditory testing, George Tavartkiladze
Otoimunology today: Experiments of natureJan Veldman

 

PROGRAMME OF THE HEAD AND NECK SURGERY COURSE

 

SPEAKERS

Nicolas Fakhry (FRANCE)

Sébastien Vergez (FRANCE)

Le Minh Ky (VIETNAM)

Tran Phan Chung Thuy (VIETNAM)

Peter Sheng-Po Hao (TAIWAN)

Chwee Ming Lim (SINGAPORE)

Kang Dae Lee (KOREA)

Napadon Tangjaturonrasme (THAILAND)

Phakdee Sannikorn (THAILAND)

 

TOPICS

  • Oral cavity cancers: Initial work-up, Oncologic management and reconstruction (lectures and clinical cases). Focus on pediculed flaps
  • Oropharynx:  epidemiology, Initial work-up, Oncologic management, reconstruction and new technologies (lectures and clinical cases). Focus on HPV induced cancers and TORS
  • Larynx, hyopoharynx: Initial work-up, Oncologic management. Focus on open partial laryngectomies
  • Nasopharyngeal carcinoma
  • Neck metastases: CUP, Lymph node dissection (indications, surgical landmarks)
  • Salivary glands neoplasms : initial work-up and surgery
  • Thyroid neoplasms
  • Sinus and skull base
  • Innovations in head and neck cancer: real impact of new treatment strategies (Medical, surgical)
  • Clinical practice guidelines: with clinical cases prepared by participants, it will be an opportunity to discuss and identify gap between international guidelines and real strategy

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26

2:00 - 4:00 pm
 

Welcome / Presentation of YO-IFOS
Epidemiology of Head and Neck cancers in AsiaLe Minh Ky
Oral cavityPhakdee Sannikorn
 

4:30 - 6:30 pm
 

Larynx, hyopoharynxTran Phan Chung Thuy
Clinical casesPhakdee Sannikorn, Le Minh Ky, Tran Phan Chung Thuy

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27

7:30 - 8:30 am
PRE-COURSE FREE COMMUNICATIONS

The outcome of supracricoid partial laryngectomy with EpiglottoplastyLe Minh Ky, Nguyen Dinh Phuc
5 Years treatment of early-staging laryngeal cancer with laser in Ear Nose Throat Hospital of Ho Chi Minh City Tran Phan Chung Thuy, Thai Huu Dung, Nguyen Thanh Tuan
End to end anastomosis surgery for tracheal stenosis in neckHoang Ba Dung

8:30 - 10:30 am
 

OropharynxChwee Ming Lim
Clinical casesNicolas Fakhry, Chwee Ming Lim

 

11:00 am - 1:00 pm
 

Sinus and skull basePeter Sheng-Po Hao
Clinical casesNapadon Tangiaturonrasme, Sébastien Vergez, Peter Sheng-Po Hao

2:30 - 4:00 pm
 

Salivary glandsNicolas Fakhry
ThyroidKang Dae Lee
 

4:30 - 6:30 pm
 

NasopharynxNapadon Tangiaturonrasme
Neck metastasesSébastien Vergez

 

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