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A multidisciplinary approach to the features of primary ciliary dyskinesia

3rd February 2021 at 19:00 GMT

Overview

Learning Outcomes:
• Pathology and clinical presentation of PCD
• Diagnosis of PCD
• Presence and significance of ENT co-morbidity
• Treatment and outcomes of chronic rhinosinusitis in PCD
• Treatment and outcomes of otitis media with effusion in PCD
• Diagnostic and treatment approaches in children

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Speakers

Professor Hesham Saleh

Professor of Practice in Rhinology, Imperial College London Consultant Rhinologist, Charing Cross and Royal Brompton Hospitals.Hesham operates exclusively on the nose and sinuses with a particularly large number of complex and tertiary referral cases. He is the current President of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (EAFPS) and Immediate Past President of the British Society of Facial Plastic Surgery (BSFPS). He is also the Past President of the section of Laryngology & Rhinology in the Royal Society of Medicine and past council member of the British Rhinological Society (BRS). He is the Chairman of the Editorial Board of Journal of ENT Masterclass and member of the Editorial Board of Facial Plastic Surgery. He has published more than 120 peer-reviewed articles and 30 book chapters on rhinology and rhinoplasty and is a regularly invited speaker worldwide. He lectures in rhinoplasty and sinus courses across the UK and globally, and is the co-director of the University College London Rhinoplasty and FESS Course.

 

Professor Michael Loebinger

Consultant Respiratory Physician and Clinical Director of Lab Medicine, Royal Brompton Hospital. Professor Michael Loebinger is Consultant Respiratory Physician with a specialist interest in respiratory infections, bronchiectasis and primary ciliary dyskinesia. He leads the Host Defence, Infection and adult Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia services and is Clinical Directory of Laboratory Medicine at the Royal Brompton Hospital. He co-chaired the British Thoracic Society (BTS) bronchiectasis guidelines and co-wrote the BTS non tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) and European Respiratory Society (ERS) bronchiectasis guidelines. He is a founding member of the UK and European clinical and research bronchiectasis and NTM networks. He is Professor of Practice (Resp Med) at Imperial College where he leads research into respiratory infection, supervises medical and research students and received European Research awards. He chaired the infection special advisory group for the BTS (2013-2016) and is chair of the ERS respiratory infection group.

 

Miss Catherine Rennie

ENT Consultant Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Honorary ENT Consultant Royal Brompton Hospital.Miss Catherine Rennie graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine and completed her ENT specialist training in London, working at the Royal Free, the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear, Great Ormond Street, the Royal Marsden and Charing Cross hospitals. She was awarded the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons post-CCT fellowship in rhinology at Imperial. She has an interest in PCD and has a weekly joint clinic with the Respiratory physicians for PCD patients at the Royal Brompton Hospital.

 

CPD

This webinar will be eligible for 1 CPD point.

Recording

If you missed the live webinar or would like to watch it again a recording will be uploaded here in the days following the live event.


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