A very warm welcome to the Society of Otolaryngology- Head & Neck Surgery Singapore (SOHNSS), the official society that represents the interest of all the Otolaryngologists in Singapore.
The society has come a long way and the success is due to your continued support and active participation all these years. Hence, it is really an honor and privilege to be able to serve and lead the society. Together with the new executive committee, we will aim to build on the foundations laid down by our predecessors and seek new avenues to bring change and continuity to the society.
I envision the society to function as a friendly platform for all the Otolaryngologists to come together for both academic and social reasons. We regularly hold activities such as the Annual Scientific Meeting, CME (Continuing Medical Education) Dinner Symposiums, Peer Review Learning Sessions and GP symposiums to keep everyone abreast of the most advanced development in our field and also to impart our knowledge to the next generation. Social activities, such as the Annual Sports Day and the Society Cohesion Day, allow us to foster relationship and promote a sense of belonging and identity to the Society.
This is also a significant year for the society as we are hosting the 18th ASEAN ORL-HNS Congress. We have put together an impressive 2.5 days of scientific programme consisting of 5 concurrent tracks featuring Otology, Rhinology, Laryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Paediatric Otolaryngology, Sleep Apnea Surgery, and Facial Plastic Surgery with renowned international and local teaching faculties. There will also be Pre and Post Congress Hands-on Workshops. We aim to showcase our capabilities and expertise in Singapore, and to improve collaboration with our neighbouring countries.
I sincerely hope you will actively participate in our activities, and at the same time provide us with your invaluable feedback so that we can improve the society and bring it to the next level. As I am looking forward to an exciting term as the President of the SOHNSS, I would like to thank all of you for your unwavering support for our society. It is my desire and vision to see our fraternity develop as one united family, with frequent interactions and exchanges to strengthen bonds and improve knowledge, so as to serve the community better.
Adj Asst Prof Lee Tee Sin
President, SOHNSS (2019-2021)
EVENTS POSTPONEMENT NOTICE
Please note that due to the COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) outbreak, the following events have been postponed:
1. 2nd World Hearing Day Research Symposium
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2. 4th SOHNSS and Chapter of ORL Annual Scientific Meeting
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Joint statement of the Chapter of ORL,
Combined SOHNSS & Chapter of ORL
Virtual Edition of the 8th Dubai Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery Conference, 18 – 20 November 2020.
The 3-days Virtual Conference is a great opportunity for ENT physicians and Audiologists to learn about the latest developments and techniques from 25+ eminent selection of speakers.
As a member of the SOHNSS, you are entitled to a 10% discount on the registration rate. Click here for more details
THE LARYNGECTOMEE GUIDE
“The Laryngectomee Guide” is available now in both traditional and simplified Chinese as eBooks (FREE).
Links to obtain Traditional Chinese language Guide (Editor: Sheng-Po Hao MD from Taipei, Taiwan): bit.ly/2GuPTxJ (paperback) & goo.gl/3zTRzq (free eBook)
Links to obtain Simplified Chinese language Guide (Zhou, Liang MD and Xi Shu-Xin from Shanghai, China): bit.ly/2nFYqWc (paperback) & goo.gl/e7CfLx (free eBook)
The American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery has endorsed the Guide and it is available for free download at their website: www.entnet.org/content/laryngectomee-guide
The Guide provides information about medical, dental and psychological issues. It includes information about side effects of radiation and chemotherapy; methods of speaking; airway, stoma, and voice prosthesis care; eating and swallowing; medical, dental and psychological concerns; respiration; anesthesia; and travelling.