ENT – ORL Advanced Trainee (a) COURSE MATERIALS Textbooks General Otolaryngology Scott-Brown’s Otolaryngology, 6 vol set (Kerr). Otolaryngology 5 vol set – Head & Neck Surgery (Cummings) Lee – Essential Otolaryngology Handbook Head and Neck Stell & Maran’s Head & Neck Surgery (Wilson). Rhinology Levine. Essentials of functional endoscopic sinus surgery (Stammberger). Lund. Otology Manual of tympanoplasty, mastoidectomy & stapes surgery (Fisch). Other ENT Secrets American Academy Study Guide To be held in departments: Basic rhinology text, eg Stanberger’s Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, Lund and Moran’s Clinic Rhinology, May and Levene’s Rhinology Atlas of Head and Neck Surgery Atlas of Head and Neck Anatomy Head and Neck Pathology text Journals Australian Journal of Otolaryngology Australia and New Zealand Journal of Surgery UK and US journals (to be confirmed) Others to be added following confirmation by the TEA Committee. General web access is also useful for tutorial type sites eg UTMB, emedicine (b) EXAMS Part II exam fee (c) COLLEGE FEES College Fees Advanced Trainee Fees RACS fees NZ Society Fees NZOHNS fees (d) COURSES Temporal Bone Course x 2 Biomechanics Course Sinus surgery Course Rhinoplasty Course FESS Course An intensive training course for advanced trainees is held in New Zealand every year, normally in mid June. It runs over a 3-4 day period. Attendance at this course is compulsory. During the course, the Training, Education & Accreditation Committee (TEA Committee) of the New Zealand Society of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery (NZSOHNS) will interview you. Your trainee assessment forms and log book summaries for the preceding 12 months will be reviewed. Third year advanced trainees are required to attend Australian Intensive Training Course. (e) CONFERENCES All advanced trainees must attend the Advanced Trainees Meeting delivered on an annual basis. 3rd Year trainee Australian Registrar Meeting Annual NZ Registrar Meeting Australian Society Meeting Garnett Passe Meeting (Australia) Head and Neck Meeting (Australia) Trainees are required to attend the scientific meetings of the NZSOHNS, which are normally held every year. The Australian Society also holds annual scientific conferences. Conferences on ‘Frontiers in Otolaryngology’ are held in Australia biannually, supported by the Garnet-Passe Foundation. These conferences provide venues for advanced trainees to present results of their research.
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