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WELCOME LETTER

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 Palace of Westminster – many of you will recall the Politzer Society meeting that was held at the same venue some years ago...

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REASONS TO ATTEND

- 3 Plenary Keynote Lecturers

- 12 Panels

- 64 Instructional Sessions

- Covering the depth and breadth of otology, neuro-otology, auditory implants and lateral skull base diseases

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Richard Ramsden
Keynote Title: Informed consent and duty of candour in surgical practice

Marcel Levi
Keynote Title: Healthcare delivery in European countries - can we learn from each other?

Douglas Backous
Keynote title: What can European Otology learn from the USA?

WELCOME TO LONDON

A lively and eclectic metropolis, London has always something new to discover. The majesty of London attractions encapsulates a 2000-year history that’s rich in power, innovation and culture.

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The QEII centre is located in the centre of the city, a stones throw from the Houses of Parliament and a short walk from the nearest tube station. Click below to read more.

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London is well connected to multiple International airports, such as Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted, as well as major domestic transport links. Click below to find out more.

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London has multiple travel options available for geting around the city. The best way to find the most convenient option for you is by using the Transport for London website. Click below to find out more.

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