Welcome to Otolaryngology (ENT) Training
in the North West
Otolaryngology deals with the diagnosis and treatment of the whole range of medical and surgical problems affecting the ear, nose and throat and surrounding anatomical areas.
Otolaryngology (ENT) training in HEE North West is divided between two sectors, however there is one Training Programme Director who oversees both sectors. Please select one of the following for further information on each sector:
HEE North West Otolaryngology (ENT) Sectors
There are opportunities to move across sectors for specific training needs. Both sectors can deliver the whole curriculum, there are large children’s hospitals in each of the areas. Both training regions and committees work very well and facilitate training for all trainees.
There is an active research collaborative in both sectors and trainees are encouraged to link into this and get involved in multi-centre studies.
Educationally the training days are combined and run on a monthly basis.
From August 2018, run-through training in Otolaryngology will also be available in the North West as part of a pilot scheme. Run-through posts will be available in both East and West Sectors of HEE North West from ST1 level.
Otolaryngology (ENT) Training Programme Director
Mr Sean Loughran (until 1 August 2019)
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Mr Samit Ghosh (from 1 August 2019)
Royal Oldham Hospital
Other Training Contacts
|SAC Representative||Helen Cocksfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Early Years Representative||Bethan Fon Jonesemail@example.com|
|Education Lead||Sadie Khwajafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|East Sector Research Lead||Position Vacant|
|West Sector Research Lead||Samuel Leongemail@example.com|
|East Sector Training Committee Chair||Sean Loughranfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|West Sector Training Committee Chair||Su Deemail@example.com|
2nd HEE North West Temporal Bone Competition
The 2nd HEE North West Temporal Bone Competition took place on 5 July 2017. The Winner was Omar Mirza and the runner-up was Helen Beer.
WWL Great British Bake Off
Here are the results of the impromptu WWL Great British Bake Off held on 28 March 2018 in theatres.
|Venue:||Theatre in Wigan. Time: 2:30 - 2:35pm (in between cases, no hold up to operations)|
In the blue corner: Prof. Nirmal Kumar representing Consultants, hitherto undefeated champion, holder of several unpronounceable titles.
|Product in question:||
Brownie baked at home (each 3 days old).
Randomised, blinded trial comparing brownie A (A Tse) vs brownie B (BNK).
Jen Gilchrist: representing trainees.
Majority verdict, upheld by senior judge.
|Victory by a clear margin:||
Antonia Tse representing upstarts.
Retired "hurt" ex-champion Prof BNKumar. Gracious in defeat accepted never to bake again.... Looking for a consultant ENT surgeon, must be good at baking to take part in next round.
Gloating, new champion Miss Antonia Tse. Holding aloft a prize "Obsession" with what.....? Mind you, she has the time. What do trainees do except go on holidays, ski, bake...
to TPD: trainees do learn some extra skills.
Date and time to be decided soon.
HEE North West Programme Support for Otolaryngology
Ian Griffiths, Programme Support Administrator
Ian Griffiths is based at our Manchester office at Three Piccadilly Place.
Tel: 0161 268 9520
Paramjit Kaur (Specialty Manager)
Tel: 020 7869 6243
National Otolaryngology ST3 Recruitment
National Recruitment for ST3 Otolaryngology is managed by HEE Yorkshire and the Humber.
National ST1 Otolaryngology Run-through (pilot) Recruitment
National Recruitment for ST1 Otolaryngology run-through is managed as part of the Core Surgical Recruitment by HEE London and the South East.
HEE North West Links
Page Last Updated 4 June 2019