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BRS British Rhinological Society Annual Meeting and Juniors Day 2024

BRS British Rhinological Society Annual Meeting and Juniors Day 2024

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About

The British Rhinological Society was created to promote education and research in all aspects of Rhinology - the study of the nose, sinuses and related areas including facial plastics. The Society provides a platform for those with an interest in Rhinology to help disseminate knowledge on the subject. The BRS provides a national umbrella to promote and support good clinical practice and advancements in the field of Rhinology. It holds an annual meeting to facilitate engagement, and provide education and professional development for its members.


The Event

The ENT UK BRS Annual Meeting and Juniors Day will be held face-to-face in the capital of Wales, Cardiff at the Parkgate Hotel, Westgate Street, Cardiff, CF10 1DA. 

This event is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, May 8th, and Thursday, May 9th, 2024. This meeting has been scheduled one week earlier than usual to accommodate expert faculty who are passing through Cardiff as part of the RSM travelling professor scheme on 8th May 2024.

The event will be divided as follows:

  • 8 May, 12.30 pm - 5.30 pm - BRS Annual Meeting (first part)
  • 9 May, 8.30 am - 12.30 pm - BRS Annual Meeting (second part)
  • 9 May, 1.30 pm - 5.30 pm - BRS Juniors Day Meeting 

Programme

The BRS meeting is the most established national meeting covering both rhinology and nasal plastics. This year, Mr Sam Warburton, a Welsh rugby legend and the former captain of the British and Irish Lions, will be delivering the Storz Invitational Lecture. Various national and international faculty, including Professor Zara Patel from Stanford and Dr Arif Janjua from Vancouver, will present lectures on interesting research and clinical topics. The detailed programme can be found below.

The programme is excellent and far-ranging, featuring a host of engaging and educational presentations. The meeting will also provide the perfect opportunity to learn and network with peers, colleagues, and industry partners.

Full Programme


Registrations 

The BRS Annual Meeting and Juniors Day registrations are now closed since we are full to the capacity.

The delegate ticket includes the tea/coffee/refreshments/ lunch on the 8th May and 9th May.

With this ticket, you will have access to the following:

  • BRS Annual Meeting (first part) - 8 May, 12.30 pm - 5.30 pm
  • BRS Annual Meeting (second part) - 9 May, 8.30 am - 12.30 pm 
  • BRS Juniors Day Meeting- 9 May, 1.30 pm - 5.30 pm

The Juniors Day Meeting is primarily intended for students and trainees, but delegates of other grades are welcome to attend as well. However, please keep in mind that the CPD points allocated for this part of the event will be granted only to students and trainees.

A separate nominal fee will be charged for the Networking Evening dinner for those attending the meeting.
Please select the Networking Evening Dinner ticket separately in addition to your event ticket before finalising the registration. 

Please note that registrations for this meeting must be done before the deadline of 1st May 2024. On-site registrations will not be accepted.

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Networking Evening - Dinner 

We have an exciting networking evening dinner planned at the Parkgate Hotel, Cardiff on 8th May following the first half of the Annual Meeting. The drinks reception will commence at 7:30 pm, followed by dinner at 8:00 pm and onwards. 
Please select the Networking Evening Dinner ticket separately in addition to your event ticket before finalising the registration. 

Abstracts

The abstract submission portal is now closed. The selected abstracts will be offered to either present in Oral or Poster format. 


Dragon's Den Research Grant

The BRS can offer members funding towards research projects by way of a pump-priming grant. Grants are available on an annual basis and will be up to the value of £3000. As the BRS is a recognised partner of the NIHR, the successful research project will be automatically considered for inclusion on the NIHR National Portfolio when the ethics and R&D submission process is initiated.

Application forms will be considered by the BRS research group headed by Mr Neil Tan and the top 3 shortlisted applicants will be invited to present their research proposal in May 2024 at the BRS meeting in Cardiff. 

Applications are now closed.

 


CPD/CME

  • 8 May, BRS Annual Meeting (first part) - 3 CPD
  • 9 May, BRS Annual Meeting (second part) - 2 CPD
  • 9 May, BRS Juniors Day Meeting - 2 CPD
  • Delegate attending all 3 parts of the conference will receive 8 CPD

CVS

Compliant


Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor

Medtronic 

About Medtronic

Bold thinking. Bolder actions. We are Medtronic. We lead global healthcare technology and boldly attack the most challenging health problems facing humanity by searching out and finding solutions. Our Mission — to alleviate pain, restore health, and extend life — unites a global team of 95,000+ passionate people. Powered by our diverse knowledge, insatiable curiosity, and desire to help all those who need it, we deliver innovative technologies that transform the lives of two people every second, every hour, every day. Expect more from us as we empower insight-driven care, experiences that put people first, and better outcomes for our world. In everything we do, we are engineering the extraordinary.

www.medtronic.com

 

Gold Sponsor

Stryker

“Stryker is one of the world’s leading medical technology companies and, together with our customers, we are driven to make healthcare better. We offer innovative products and services in Medical and Surgical, Neurotechnology, Orthopaedics and Spine that help improve patient and hospital outcomes.”

 

Storz Lecture Sponsor

Karl Storz Endoscopy UK Ltd


Exhibitors

  1. ALK-Abello Ltd
  2. CC med Ltd 
  3. Glenmark
  4. GSK
  5. Hospital innovations 
  6. Innovia medical
  7. Karl Storz Endoscopy UK Ltd
  8. Liteoptics
  9. Minim Healthcare Ltd
  10. 3D Matrix

Survey & Attendance Certificates

All the attendees will receive an email to fill up a survey post event (kindly check spam folders too). An attendance certificate is automatically sent upon submitting the survey. The survey and certificate can also be accessed by going on ENT UK website and on your members area, should you have not received it by email. 

 https://www.entuk.org/events/your_events

Even if you are not a member, you can still access the certificate by logging into the account that you must have created to register for the event.


Membership

If you have any questions about the ENT UK Membership option, please email: membership@entuk.org

If you're interested in accessing a range of appealing benefits, we recommend becoming a member of ENT UK. Click the link below to learn more and join today.

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If you have any issues or queries, please contact: events@entuk.org

 

This event was approved for CPD/CME by ENT UK
Organised by: ENT UK

Venue

The ENT UK BRS Annual Meeting & Juniors Day will be held face-to-face in the capital of Wales, Cardiff at the Parkgate Hotel, Westgate Street, Cardiff, CF10 1DA. 


Getting there

Please click here for the directions. 

The Parkgate Hotel is located on Westgate Street in the city of Cardiff, just a 10-minute walk from Cardiff Central railway station.  There are several bus stops nearby, the closest of which are around a 1 minute walk from the hotel.

Please note there is no drop-off or baggage drop area outside the hotel.

Cardiff is well connected and can be easily reached by road (M4 motorway) and rail (Cardiff Central Station) from all major UK cities, and also from many international and UK destinations direct by air via Cardiff Airport.  The T9 bus service offers a direct link from Cardiff Airport to Cardiff City Centre and the bus stop is located directly outside the airport terminal.


Car Parking

The Parkgate Hotel is located in the centre of Cardiff city, therefore we are unable to offer on-site parking or valet parking services. Thanks to its convenient location, there are a range of public transport options, as well as public car parks, within walking distance of the hotel.

Below are some local car parking options available. Please note these are external locations and are in no way affiliated with The Parkgate Hotel. Please click on the below links for parking information via their websites:

Cardiff Central Train Station
(10 minute walk)

St David’s Shopping Centre
(10 minute walk)

The Parkgate Hotel do not operate or own any of these car parks and do not accept liability for any loss or damages in the car park.

*Important: When there is a major event in Cardiff, there can be road closures. Please check for road closures before your journey to the car park.


Accommodation other than the event venue

It is advisable to secure the hotel rooms (refundable) asap to avoid any disappointment nearer the time with higher prices.

To find the list of hotels near the venue click here.


About Cardiff

The Welsh capital may have begun its life as a Roman fort but has now become a bustling city. Cardiff is widely regarded as being the city with the most castles in the world. The most famous amongst these is Cardiff Castle, which has stood for nearly 2,000 years at the heart of the city. 

Popstars such as Charlotte Church and Shirley Bassey, as well as composer Ivor Novello, sports athletes Ryan Giggs and Gareth Bale, comedian Griff Rhys-Jones and broadcaster John Humphrys all hail from Cardiff. Cardiff is also the birthplace of the world-famous children’s author Roald Dahl. It is a fantastic city, popular amongst students and tourists. Click here to learn more about this historic city.


 

Prices

Please find a list of tickets for this event below.

Advance booking is available from 8 December 2023 until 19 March 2024.

Late booking is available from 20 March 2024 until 1 May 2024.

Ticket Advance booking Late booking
Allied Professional fee for Annual meeting £210.00 £240.00
Allied Professional Member fee for Annual meeting £170.00 £200.00
Consultant Member fee for Annual meeting £170.00 £200.00
Consultant Non member fee for Annual meeting £210.00 £240.00
Honorary Member fee for Annual meeting only £170.00 £200.00
International Member fee for Annual meeting £170.00 £200.00
Life Member fee for Annual meeting £170.00 £200.00
Maternity/Paternity Member Trainee fee for Annual meeting and Juniors Day £65.00 £90.00
Networking Evening Ticket- Member £12.00 £12.00
Networking Evening Ticket- Non Member £12.00 £12.00
Retired Member fee for Annual meeting £170.00 £200.00
Retired Non member fee for Annual meeting £210.00 £240.00
SAS Member fee for Annual meeting £170.00 £200.00
SAS Non member fee for Annual meeting £210.00 £240.00
SFO Member Trainee fee for Annual meeting and Juniors Day £65.00 £90.00
SFO Non member trainee grade fee for Annual meeting and Juniors Day £95.00 £120.00
ST1-3 Member Trainee fee for Annual meeting and Juniors Day £65.00 £90.00
ST1-3 Non member trainee grade fee for Annual meeting and Juniors Day £95.00 £120.00
ST4-6 Member Trainee fee for Annual meeting and Juniors Day £65.00 £90.00
ST4-6 Non member trainee grade fee for Annual meeting and Juniors Day £95.00 £120.00
ST7-8 Member Trainee fee for Annual meeting and Juniors Day £65.00 £90.00
ST7-8 Non member trainee grade fee for Annual meeting and Juniors Day £95.00 £120.00
Young Consultant Member fee for Annual meeting £170.00 £200.00
Young Consultant Non member fee for Annual meeting £210.00 £240.00

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