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The next step in sinus research: The MACRO Programme Launch Event
Thu 3 November 2016, 14:00 – 19:00 GMT
Are you interested in the advancement of sinus disease treatment?
Are you keen to learn more about collaborative, multidisciplinary research?
Please join us for an afternoon of engaging talks to help celebrate the launch of The MACRO Programme, a seven-year research programme to define the best Management for Adults with Chronic Rhinosinusitis.
Featured talks within the CRS Masterclass will take you on the journey of a patient with CRS:
Ms Claire Hopkins "Why we are here and why MACRO"
"Dealing with CRS – the patient perspective"
Prof Mike Thomas "What can we do in primary care and when to refer?"
Mr Sean Carrie "Dealing with CRS in secondary care - what is maximum medical management and when has it failed?"
Dr Harsha Kariyawasam"The unified airway - the importance of managing the unified airway in patients with CRS"
Prof Valerie Lund "Management of recalcitrant CRS - when all else has failed"
Mr Richard Williams “Collaborative research by The National ENT Trainee Research Network”
Followed by an introduction to the MACRO Programme of research from Mr Carl Philpott (MACRO Joint Chief Investigator), Dr Spiros Denaxas (Health Informatics), Prof Steve Morris (Health Economics) and Dr Caroline Eyles (Qualitative Research).
We would be delighted if you could join us for a drinks and canapés reception following the talks.
This launch event is for patients, public, clinicians, trainees, researchers and professionals from all fields. This event has been awarded 4 CPD credits by The Royal Society of Medicine in accordance with its current guidelines.
If you have any questions regarding the event please contact Kim Airey (firstname.lastname@example.org).