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  1. Rhinology subspecialty group 5 Oct 2012 Vilnius Contributors: A Agius, B Bertrand, M Charalambous, W Luxenberger, S Steinsvag

  2. Framework of process in drafting document • Eligibility for entry into rhinologysubspecialisation(EB-ORL exam) • Aims of this training • Content of training • Context in which training is carried out • Deadlines for presentation of document

  3. Aims • Show Breadth and depth of knowledge • Competency in managing rhinological emergencies • Competency in managing more complex Outpatient/ambulatory cases in rhinology • Contribution to European rhinological knowledge • This document does not mean to include Allergology as a specialty as other bodies already address this area; however a rhinologist should obtain competency in allergology as related to rhinology

  4. Curriculum 1 • Core Knowledge :basic science, EPOS 2007, 2012, ARIA guidelines, sleep, knowledge of allergic tests according to logbook • Operating skills: as defined by UEMS-ORL logbook, carry out the advanced surgical procedures(only observed/assisted by general ENT trainee)-the rhinologist should have done these to a satisfactory standard as certified by trainer: FESS, DCR, rhinoplasty, medical management(rhinitis), paediatric, craniofacial abnormalities, tumour management-in the last two the rhinologist should be a pivotal part of the multidisciplinary team-both benign and malignant(eg endoscopic pituitary, skull base)

  5. Curriculum 2 • Textbooks: Since the European Board exam is in English, special consideration to be given to textbooks in English • Courses: In the 2 years of subspecialty training, attendance at 3 courses accredited by ERS/European Academy/EUFOS, produce evidence of participation in workshops in allergy/immunology at (at least) 2 European(?US) and 2 national meetings • Participation in at least one publication in a peer reviewed journal

  6. Context • Chapter 6: • Trainee • Trainer • Training institution • a fellowship or clinical attachment of at least 3 months in total or in aggregate be spent in other certified institutions

  7. Deadlines • Draft document out by 1 Nov 2012 and sent to rhinology subcommittee members • Further suggestions to be sought as to important knowledge, skills for rhinology/allergology specialty from other professional/university/governmental bodies from other countries: Germany/France/Poland/UK • Collation of suggestions by 31 March 2013 • Harmonisation of suggestions and final draft document-presentation of this document to UEMS ORL at Geneva October 2013