Useful Links

ENTUK (www.entuk.org)
This is the National body overseeing ENT training and provision in the UK. There is a lot of useful information regarding ENT conditions (many of the information leaflets on this site have been produced through a sub-committee of ENTUK)

British Tinnitus Association (tinnitus.org.uk)
The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) provides support and advice about tinnitus. It provides accurate, reliable and authoritative information, much of it written by medical professionals or clinical researchers.

Meniere’s Society (www.menieres.org.uk)
A charity for people with dizziness and balance disorders. It provides support and information to those affected by balance disorders and funds research into all aspects of the condition.

The Sleep Apnoea Trust Association (www.sleep-apnoea-trust.org)
UK charity working in the field of sleep apnoea/snoring working to improve the lives of sleep apnoea patients, their partners and families.

Royal National Institute for deaf people (www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk)
Provide support for people with hearing loss and tinnitus

National Patient Safety Agency (www.npsa.nhs.uk)
The National Patient Safety Agency leads and contributes to improved, safe patient care by informing, supporting and influencing the health sector.

Dr. Foster Intelligence (drfosterintelligence.co.uk)
Dr Foster exists to make healthcare data better and help healthcare organisations improve the quality of care. They are one of the leading providers of healthcare information and benchmarking in England.

Care Quality Commission (www.cqc.org.uk)
Their role is to check whether hospitals, care homes, GP’s, dentists etc are meeting national standards

British Acoustic Neuroma Association (www.bana-uk.com)
The aims of this charity are:

  1. Relieve the infirmity and suffering of patients who have been diagnosed as having or have been treated for acoustic neuroma and other related disorders.
  2. Promote and support research and to publish the results of such research into medical, surgical and other procedures likely to lead to prevention and / or successful treatment of acoustic neuroma.
  3. Promote and support research and to publish the results of such research into medical, surgical and other procedures assisting the rehabilitation of patients following treatment for acoustic neuroma.