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Defining best practice in head and neck surgery

By Mindo - 04th Mar 2019

The Model of Care Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery was launched recently at the RCSI in Dublin. The document, published by the RCSI and the National Clinical Programme in Surgery (NCPS), has been authored by Prof Michael Walsh, Clinical Advisor in Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, at the NCPS.
Pictured L to R at the launch: Mr Martin Donnelly, ENT Consultant and ENT Trainer for Primary Care ENT Education; Prof Nash Patil, ENT Consultant and ENT Trainer for Primary Care ENT Education; Prof Michael Walsh; Mr Ken Mealy, RCSI President; Dr Vida Hamilton, National Clinical Advisor and Group Lead for Acute Hospitals, HSE; Prof John Hyland, Co-Lead of the NCPS; and Prof Rory McConn Walsh, ENT Consultant.

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