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Dear Colleagues and Friends


I am writing this message at a time when we are all facing an unprecedented global challenge. I do not think anyone is in any doubt about the massive impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. It has affected us as individuals, as families, as colleagues and as nations.  

I sincerely hope you, your loved ones and your friends and colleagues are well.

Having reflected on the impact of the pandemic and discussed with the EAONO executive, I am writing to confirm that I have taken the decision to postpone the EAONO meeting scheduled for September this year.

It is difficult to predict the UK and global landscape this summer/autumn but even if the UK is over the peak, there will be a huge backlog of elective work to address  -I am sure this will also apply to our colleagues across the globe as well. In addition, I believe the “psychology” of travel so soon will be an issue and a meeting in London in September is just not viable.

We are looking to postpone to September 2021   - I will affirm the actual the dates as soon as the Conference Centre confirms.

Wishing you and family and colleagues the very best during this challenging time


Shakeel R. Saeed

President of the European Academy of Otology and Neuro-Otology


Dear Colleagues and Friends

Further to my recent message, I can now confirm that the EAONO 2020 meeting will be in London from 2nd to 4th September 2020 - please now save the dates!

The conference will be held at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre next to Westminster Abbey and the...

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