ESPO Council Member statements
I have watched ESPO grow over the years from early beginnings to being the leading paediatric otolaryngology meeting worldwide. There are delegates from many countries beyond Europe and it is now a truly global congress.
It is hugely educational to listen to leading International Speakers as well as local talks and free papers I would whole heartedly recommend the Biennial ESPO congress.
What is good needs to be nurtured, and that is exactly what I am doing by participating in ESPO as a lecturer since 1998. Each congress gives me an opportunity to meet my colleagues and find out something new about their work, as well as to convey my latest knowledge and experience I have gained in years of working in pediatric otorhinolaryngology. Through the years I have watched ESPO growing and improving in every aspect, and I am more than pleased to be a part of this society.
“I was a chief resident when I first attended ESPO in Helsinki; since than I am always there. My ESPO journey started as a poster presenter resident now I am an ESPO council member. I have presented several times, have been panelist in several panels, I have moderated panels and I have been around the same panel table with colleagues from all over the World. ESPO actually made me a pediatric otolaryngologist and introduced me to the World of Pediatric Otolaryngology. ESPO could do the same thing for you, come and join us”