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Latest and most reliable information on all health issues related to the Ear, Nose and Throat

ENTinfo provide free resources to help patients and doctors learn more about different ENT conditions and their treatment. Get all your ENT questions answered - simplified.

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Speech to Speech and Video Assisted Speech to Speech Information

Speech to speech is a free to use communication service that enables people with a speech impairment to make telephone calls with their own voice

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2022 Christchurch ASM

21 March 2022

Please save the following dates for this years ASM

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Bill Baber put down his scalpel on International CI Day

Bill Baber put down his scalpel on International CI Day

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2023 RACS Research scholarship

Do you have a curious mind? Are you keen to enquire, investigate and advance? Apply for a 2023 RACS Research scholarship from 1 March to 13 April

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ACC Innovation Fund

ACC want to partner with you to help New Zealanders recover from injury faster. They are calling for proposals for innovative health services initiatives.

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7th IFHNOS World Congress date change

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic situation still in place and compelling in many countries we have recently met with the IFHNOS Board and it was decided to postpone the Congress.

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2022 Research Grants - Call for Applications:

The Head and Neck Cancer Foundation Aotearoa is calling for applications for the 2022 grants, one research grant of up to $30,000 and two research grants of up to $15,000 each.

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Brian Johns Fellowship Trust

The Brian Johns Fellowship Trust was established by deed of trust on 10 September 1979 by Dr John’s wife Kathleen and his two sons Andrew and David to commemorate his work in the field of Ear Nose and Throat Surgery. Perpetual Guardian is the sole trustee. Under the terms of the deed advisory trustees are appointed from persons specialising in research in the fields of ear nose and throat medicine who shall select and nominate persons considered suitable to receive the award of the Brian Johns Fellowship Trust. The deed further provides for income from the fund to be paid towards the cost of enabling suitable persons nominated by the advisory trustees to develop further their knowledge and interest in the fields of ear nose and throat medicine and to develop and continue research in the said fields whether in New Zealand or overseas.

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September/October digital issue of ENT & Audiology News

September/October digital issue of ENT & Audiology News

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