We are delighted to be able to confirm the full details for this year’s Annual Meeting, including keynote speakers and fees. To find out more simply click here.
An updated version of the Bivona Tracheostomy Clinical Risk Stratification Tool has been published by the Expert Working Group representing the National Tracheostomy Safety Project, and the British Association for Paediatric Otolaryngology. The document along with a parent information letter explaining the worldwide shortage of silicone tracheostomy tubes is now available. You can find it […]
The British Society of Otology (BSO) and the British Association for Paediatric Otolaryngologists (BAPO) have joined forces with INTEGRATE, the national trainee led research collaborative, to develop an audit to investigate current practice and patient outcomes in paediatric mastoiditis. Acute mastoiditis is a serious and potentially life-threatening complication of acute otitis media, most commonly encountered […]
BAPO is deeply saddened by the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and we offer our deep condolences to Royal Family. We are mindful of the official period of mourning in place in the next week in the United Kingdom and the sorrow being expressed not only across the country but also around the […]
The BAPO conference which is being held at the M Shed Museum in Bristol is now six weeks away. Spaces at the venue are limited and tickets are selling rapidly. If you intend to come to the conference to see a diverse panel of national and international speakers, ensure to book your place as soon […]