June 18-22, 2023, National Palace of Culture, Sofia, Bulgaria

Evaluation Form

    EACCME® participant’s evaluation form

    1) Quality of the event

    How useful for your professional activity did you find this event?

    If this activity was not useful, please explain why:

    What was your overall impression of this event?

    What was the best aspect of this event?
    What was the worst aspect of this event?

    2) Relevance of the event

    Did the event fulfil your educational goals and expected learning outcomes?

    Was the presented information well balanced and consistently supported by a valid scientific evidence base?

    How useful to you personally was each session?
    Masterclass 1 - FESS Tips & Tricks

    Plenary Session: Past, Present and Future

    Symposium 1 Recalcitrant CRS

    Symposium 9 Inverted Papilloma

    Round Table 1: Frontal Sinus Surgery

    Plenary session the game changers in treatment of CRS & Ethical dilemmas with new treatment

    Symposium 17 CSF Leaks

    Symposium 25 Everyday Endotyping

    Round Table 8: Biologics in CRS: for whom, which and when?

    Plenary session: Human Olfaction in times of Corona & Meeting the challenges of the ageing nose

    Symposium 34 EPOS2020 what is new

    Symposium 42 What have we learnt from COVID-19?

    Round Table 14: To operate or not?

    Symposium 2 New developments in endoscopic Skull Base surgery

    Symposium 10 Vasculitis / Systemic Diseases

    Round Table 2: Sinonasal Malignancies

    Symposium 18 Monoclonal Antibodies: how will it change the treatment of CRS patients

    Symposium 26 Investigations and management of Smell and Taste Disorders

    ARS Symposium 33: Revision Sinus surgery

    Symposium 35 Around the septum

    Symposium 43 Microbiome / Probiotics

    Round Table 15: Dilemmas in Olfaction

    Masterclass 2 - Rhinoplasty / Dissection: Injectables and fillers in and around the nose

    Symposium 3 Role of the Nose in Snoring and OSAs

    Symposium 11 Technological advances and expanding indications of transnasal endoscopic surgery

    Round Table 3: Doctor my nose is blocked

    Instrusctional Session: Minimally invasive maxillary sinus approach

    Instructional session: Tip surgery

    Symposium 19 Approaches to the Maxillary Sinus

    Symposium 27 Sinonasal Malignancy - What I Have Learned

    Round Table 9: Can I close this CSF leak?

    Instructional session Pituitary surgery

    Instructional session: Skull base reconstruction: step by step flaps

    Symposium 36 Paediatric Rhinitis/rhinosinusitis

    Symposium 44 Endoscopic pituitary surgery

    Round Table 16: Pediatric Rhinitis/Rhinosinusitis

    Symposium 4 The essentials in rhinoplasty

    Symposium 12 Functional septorhinoplasty

    Round Table 4: Risk management and ethical dilemmas in sinonasal surgery

    Instructional session: Recurrent or residual disease: tips and tricks for a complete ethmoidectomy

    Instructional session: Endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy without mucosal flap preservation

    Symposium 20 Refining the nasal tip

    Symposium 28 Immunotherapy: present and future options

    Round Table 10: Anterior septoplasty open or endonasal approach

    Instructional session: ENT-Respiratory joint care-what an ENT surgeon should know and do & Relationship between upper and lower airways

    Instructional session: Psychological management of rhinoplasty patient

    Symposium 37 In Office/Day case Procedures

    Symposium 45 Macrolides and other long term antibiiotic

    ERS Juniors Quiz

    Symposium 5 Peri-operative care around endoscopic sinus surgery

    Symposium 13 Assessment and Management of Facial Pain

    Round Table 5:Preservation rhinoplasty

    Instructional session: Intranasal trigeminal function - clinical implications

    Instructional session: Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT)

    Symposium 21 Management of Acute Intraoperative Emergencies in Rhinology

    Symposium 29 The nasal dorsum

    Round Table 11:IN AND AROUND THE EYE

    Instructional session: Office based rhinology

    Instructional session: A steptwise concept to nasal septal perforation repair with temporalis fascia and PDS-plate

    Symposium 38 How Basic Science Changes Clinical Practice

    Symposium 46 Oesofagitis and the upper airways

    Round Table 17: Evolution of techniques in rhinoplasty

    Symposium 6 Non-functional Treatment of CRS

    Symposium 14 Allergic rhinitis things you have to know

    Round Table 6: Benign Sinus tumours

    Instructional session: Diagnostics and management of allergic rhinitis

    Instructional session: Logistics and practicalities of treatment with biologicals

    Symposium 22 Gender issues in Rhinology

    Symposium 30 News in CF and PCD

    Round Table 12: Fundamentals of Decision Making in Patients with CRS

    Instructional session: Anatomical basis of the endoscopic surgical approaches to the paranasal sinuses

    Instructional session: Nasal hyperreactivity and NAR

    Symposium 39 Overlooked Treatments of rhinitis/rhinosinusitis

    Symposium 47 Septal perforations

    Symposium 7 Non-Allergic Rhinitis

    Symposium 15 Rhinology in Sports

    Round Table 7:Juvenile Angiofibroma

    Instructional session: What do editors look for: Being a good reviewer makes you a good author

    Symposium 23 Everything You Need to Know About HHT

    Symposium 31 Fundamentals of Rhinoplasty

    Round Table 13:Dilemmas in OSAS & POSAS

    Instructional session: Noninvasive and minimally invasive techniques for the diagnosis and management of allergic diseases?

    Symposium 40 Pediatric Rhinology

    Symposium 48 Revision and secondary rhinoplasty.

    Symposium 8 Junior Member Symposium: Management of Postoperative Complications in Rhinology

    Symposium 16 Management of sinonasal neoplasms

    Balkan Symposium 24 Pediatric rhinology

    Symposium 32 Allergic Rhinitis – Rhinosinusitis Korean symposium

    Symposium 41 Sex, drugs and rock and roll - syphilis, cocaine and auto-aggressive wounds in rhinology

    Symposium 49 Pediatric sinonasal disorders

    3) Suitability of formats used during the event

    Was there adequate time available for discussions, questions & answers and learner engagement?

    Can you indicate any innovative elements during the activity?

    4) Ways the event affects clinical practice

    Will the information you learnt be implemented in your practice?

    Can you provide ONE example how this event will influence your future practice?

    5) Commercial bias

    Did all the faculty members provide their potential conflict of interest declaration with the sponsor(s) as a second slide of their presentation?

    Can you provide an example of biased presentation in this activity?

    Do you agree that the information was overall free of commercial and other bias?