The Ménière’s Society Annual Conference brings together those affected by vestibular disorders with health professionals and the trustees and staff of the Ménière’s Society for an informative and enjoyable event.
Once again, we’ve brought together a range of experts to provide an insight into the latest research and current methods for the treatment and management of vestibular conditions.
This year's topics and speakers:
A Risky Business - Dr David Scott, Clinical Psychologist, Royal National Throat Nose & Ear Hospital, London
Lipreading Classes: Would a class help me? - Molly Berry, Chair, Association of Teachers of Lipreading to Adults (ATLA)
Update on OTO-104: A possible intratympanic treatment for vertigo associated with Meniere’s disease - Carl LeBel, Otonomy
The Progression of Vestibular Damage: New insights from a chronic ototoxicity model - Jordi Llorens PhD, Universitat de Barcelona
Click here to download the programme (links to Meniere's Society website)
During lunch and breaks there are opportunities for networking and visiting information stands. The Annual General Meeting for the Ménière’s Society will also take place at the end of the day.
Conference fee includes registration, delegate pack, refreshments throughout the day and a two-course lunch. A hearing loop system will be in place. *Members may bring up to three guests at the member rate. Please note this is a subsidised rate of less than half the overall cost per head to the Society for this event.
Conference is supported in part by a grant from Otonomy, Inc.
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