On Thursday, April 7, the 60th anniversary of the Otological Day took place in the Kaiserstein Palace. Every year, the Otology Day always falls on the first Thursday in December. Due to the uncertain situation regarding the pandemic and the persisting restrictions on the organization of events, the event had to be moved to a new date, and therefore the event took place in April this year.
The main topics of the event were the possibilities of outpatient care for patients with ear diseases, the issue of cochlear implants, and the pathology of the laterobase and the facial nerve. Two guests accepted the invitation to the event. Daniel Stach, a moderator of Hyde Park Civilization (ČT), gave an interesting lecture on Hearing, speech, and new forms of communication/disinformation. The second guest was Professor Josef Syka, who focused on the molecular mechanisms of EMT and the possibility of future therapy.
More than 100 experts in the field of otorhinolaryngology took part in the Otology Day. The event was accompanied by an exhibition attended by 13 exhibitors.
We thank clients, partners, exhibitors, participants, and all speakers. Last but not least, our implementation goes to our team led by project manager Míchaela Šefrnová.