The 19th International Congress of Audio-Vestibular Medicine was successfully held in Hurghada, Egypt on Oct. 18–20th. Our warm thanks to all involved. See photos here
The 18th International Congress of Audio-Vestibular Medicine was successfully held in Odense, Denmark on Oct. 6-8th. See photos here 20161008-iapaphoto You can find more Photos in the IAPA Photo Gallery.
Just 1 month before we meet in Odense, Denmark for two days packed with exciting presentations, great discussions and networking. Last chance of submitting an abstract is Sept. 15th. If you haven't registered yet, do it NOW: http://www.iapa2016.org/index.php?page=registration
April 15th is last chance of Early Bird registration for IAPA2016 in Denmark at reduced fee.
The 18th International Congress in Audio-Vestibular Medicine is now open for early Registration and Submission of Abstracts.
The Advanced AVM PhysicianWorkshop in China The 6th Advanced Workshop for Chinese AVM Physician took place in the Teaching Building of China PLA General Hospital in Beijing on 13-16th of November,2015, the course was co-organized by the China Division of International Association of Physicians in Audiology (IAPA) and the AVM committee of China International Exchange [...]
The Preliminary program for the 18th International Congress in Audio-Vestibular Medicine held in Odense, Denmark on October 6th - 8th 2016 has now been posted on the congress website www.IAPA2016.org We open for Registration and Abstracts in January 2016.
This annual prize for medical students was established in 2015 by the British Association of Audiovestibular Physicians (BAAP) in honour of Professor Dafydd (Dai) Stephens, one of its founder members. Dai trained initially in Psychiatry before changing specialities. He was a consultant at the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital and later Professor at the University of Cardiff. As he was passionate about medical education, it is appropriate that the Prize should be aimed at medical students.
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During April 1st -2nd the “Ad Hoc Consultation on Promotion of Hearing Care in WHO members State “ took place in Geneva under the auspicious of the WHO Meeting. The purpose of the consultation is to bring together people working in the field of hearing care including experts in the area of otolaryngology, audiological medicine, [...]