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We have an excellent issue with many articles pertaining to training and therefore I am sure it will be of interest to both trainees and trainers. There has been much debate recently amongst the ENT community in the U.K. regarding the selection process and the training of future ENT Surgeons and there is no doubt that the debate has some way to go before we find the correct answer to this challenging issue. However it is generally thought that the selection process continues to select excellent trainees and some of the articles in this issue highlight the fact that trainees, as always, must continue to work hard throughout the training program to obtain a Consultant post. With the reduction in working hours simulation will continue to play an ever increasing role in training and Professor Nirmal Kumar and his team have provided us with some excellent articles on this topic in this issue.

Enjoy the issue and please do send me any comments you have via e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

With best wishes for Christmas and 2015

Sanjai Sood

Editor in Chief

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  • Authors: Sanjai Sood
  • Keywords: The Otorhinolaryngologist
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