Our activities at ENT UK include a wide variety of opportunities for mutually successful collaborations with commercial and other partners. We provide ENT surgery with a voice, promoting public understanding of ENT in the media. We provide patients and the public with medical information, support research, provide continuing education for specialists, and champion high standards in training. Therefore, we are always keen to develop our relationships with other organisations, associations and charities and we are seeking viable opportunities for collaboration to help achieve our mission. If you are working on a ENT UK project please contact us to see if there is an opportunity to work together.
ENT UK has arranged for Howden Insurance Brokers Ltd. to provide tailored indemnity packages to ENT UK members. The risks inherent to frontline surgery mean that access to suitable indemnity cover is vitally important to our members, as well as to the specialty in general. Howden is the largest independent insurance broker in the UK and provides ENT UK members with tailored insurance solutions that evolve to respond to the latest innovations and practices. Premiums are competitive and affordable. Insurance policies are contract-certain, meaning your right to be indemnified is covered by an insurance policy, rather than discretionary, as with membership of a mutual. Find out more here including FAQs, a rundown of the benefits, and contact details for the Howden team.
ENT UK events typically attract large numbers of attendees, not least from among our 2,000 plus members, and represent a fantastic opportunity to network and showcase products to ENT medical professionals. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with the ENT UK Events Team if you are interested in exhibiting at any of ENT UK’s events and for sponsorship opportunities. Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ENT UK and the Association of Otolaryngologists in Training (AOT) have agreed to work together for the benefit of otorhinolaryngology surgeons and surgical trainees, to improve delivery of healthcare (under an agreed Memorandum of Understanding).
We provide secretariat services to the TWJ Foundation and work closely with the British Laryngological Association (BLA).