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ENT UK Research Showcase Meeting 2024

ENT UK Research Showcase Meeting 2024

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About the Event

The 2024 ENT UK Research Showcase Meeting will take place on 4 October at the Park Inn by Radisson in York. This event will showcase cutting-edge research in Otorhinolaryngology and feature distinguished academic speakers who will share valuable insights and updates. The first half of the program will be devoted to presentations from ENT UK’s Research Society (BOARS), with a variety of free papers and talks presenting the latest research developments in the field. The afternoon will feature the much-anticipated announcement of the ENT UK Foundation Grant Awards and the Research and Training Prizes in memory of Rowena Ryan.

The Research Showcase is a must-attend for anyone wanting to stay up to date with the latest research developments in Otorhinolaryngology, so make sure to register today to secure your place!

The British Otorhinolaryngology & Allied Sciences Research Society (BOARS) aims to create a platform for showcasing the best current research in ENT, Hearing & Balance in the UK, bringing together clinical researchers and discovery scientists of all disciplines, levels, and grades. BOARS' mission is to promote ENT research in the UK, enhance research education, and develop clinical academics in the specialty.

The ENT UK Foundation is the philanthropic and fundraising arm of ENT UK, dedicated to improving ENT healthcare by investing in the specialty and engaging with various stakeholders, including patients, clinicians, industry, charity partners, and technology innovators. The Foundation provides funding for a wide range of research and education grants in the themes of research and innovation, education, leadership, and environmental sustainability.

The Research and Training Prizes were set up in 2015 on Rowena Ryan’s 10th death anniversary. They recognise and celebrate outstanding achievements in trainee and young consultant-led research, audits and training initiatives.

Rowena Ryan, a young consultant ENT surgeon at Northwick Park London, was a trainees’ champion and strong advocate for improving training and clinical practice standards. With various hats on in regional (TPD) and national roles (SAC), she provided support and mentorship for basic and higher surgical trainees. In her name, we celebrate ENT training and acknowledge the work, sacrifices and achievements of trainees and trainers alike.


Park Inn by Radisson, York City Centre, North St, York, YO1 6JF

About York

York is one of England’s finest and most beautiful historic cities. With Roman roots and a Viking past, York offers an eclectic mix of culture and history – with hidden gems and unique experiences around every corner.

 The York of today is a fashionable city that successfully combines its heritage and superb historic architecture with independent shops, restaurants, bars and cafés, to attract tourists from all over the world.

Crowned Britain’s Home of Chocolate, the most haunted city in Europe and with one of the best racecourses in the country, York is abundant with culture and character. 

Things to do in York


Delegate registrations are now open. Click Here to register.


The delegate fee includes tea/coffee, refreshments and lunch on 4th Oct 2024. 


The abstract submission portal for the BOARS section of the Research Showcase meeting is now open. The abstract submission deadline is 25th July 2024 23:59 hrs.

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Survey & 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 to the events section of your ENT UK member's area, should you have not received it by email.


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Organised by: ENTUK Enterprises Ltd

How to get to the Park Inn by Radisson York City Centre, North Street, York Y01 6JF, United Kingdom

The Park Inn by Radisson York City Center is at the heart of the historic cathedral city of York, close to top attractions including York Minster, shopping, transport systems, and business precincts. The East Coast Main Line train station is within walking distance for easy access to other points in the UK. The nearest airport is in the neighboring city Leeds, offering frequent flights to and from key destinations across Europe and further afield. 

By Car:

our riverside hotel is easy to reach from the UK motorway network, and on-site parking is available at an extra charge. The hotel offers secure car parking with space for up to 50 cars, on a first-come, first-served basis. Alternative parking is available at the NCP Tanner Row, which is only 220 meters (3-minute walk) from the hotel. If you are staying overnight, please ask for a discounted ticket at the hotel reception.

From York train station
On foot:
The walk to the hotel is only 9 minutes.

By public transport:
Take buses 3, 4, 16 to Micklegate bus stop. The hotel a few steps to the left by North St.

From Leeds Bradford International Airport
By public transport:
Take bus 757 to Leeds train station and catch any train to York Station. Take a cab or walk 900 meters to the hotel (10-minute walk).

By car:
The airport is 49km from the hotel. The drive is one hour, depending on traffic. Parking is available.                                                                                                                           

Hotels other than the venue

Please click here to find the list of hotels other than the venue.

We encourage you to book as early as possible to get the best rates and avoid any disappointment later. We would recommend booking a fully refundable travel and accommodation to be safe should you need to cancel for any reason.


Please find a list of tickets for this event below.

Ticket Price
Research showcase ENTUK member delegate fee £54.00
Research showcase Non-member delegate fee £72.00

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