December 2017

Blog 2: Treatment options for persistent OME with hearing loss

By |December 31st, 2017|

Happy NY! In this second blog in a series about glue ear (OME) and childhood hearing loss, I will consider treatment options for persistent OME with hearing loss. […]

Cochlear Symposium, Edinburgh, December 2017

By |December 23rd, 2017|

Really enjoyed presenting at this exciting meeting…

CI522 cochlear implant electrode array gives good hearing preservation results.
There is a clear need for electrode arrays that give consistent HP results.
This requirement is emphasized as current candidacy criteria continue to be challenged internationally, with consideration being given to patients with increasing levels of potentially useable residual hearing.


Health First Europe- Manifesto on hearing loss & disability

By |December 2nd, 2017|

Very Happy to endorse this manifesto along with colleagues from throughout Europe…

November 2017

Congratulations! Children’s Audiologist of the Year

By |November 28th, 2017|

Adam Walker from the Manchester Children’s ENT Clinic wins prestigious award! Another reason for choosing our team… […]

Glue ear in children: a blog series

By |November 28th, 2017|

Hi. Here is the introduction to a series of blogs regarding glue ear and childhood hearing loss…In this series, I will consider treatment options, shared decision making, and management strategies in children with, and without, additional needs. […]

I’ve been told my child has glue ear…

By |November 28th, 2017|

Glue ear (Also known as otitis media with effusion/OME) is a common childhood condition characterized by the accumulation of fluid within the middle ear, without signs of acute infection. […]

HEARRING Network Meeting: Perth, Western Australia – November 2017

By |November 7th, 2017|

Having presented at the HEARRING Network Meeting in Perth, Western Australia last week, here are the key points from my lectures: […]

September 2015

Simulation course goes from strength to strength

By |September 16th, 2015|

How do you remain safe at the management of ENT emergencies in children if you are not an expert working at a specialist children’s hospital? Well our consultants have tackled this difficult problem. […]