Welcome to the AOT


The AOT represents all otolaryngology trainees in the UK. All trainees are automatically members and there is no cost. The purpose of the AOT is to represent trainee viewpoints to the bodies responsible for training in ENT and the provision of ENT services.

We provide further information on who we are and what we represent. You can discover more about a career in otolaryngology in the UK.

The AOT has an annual conference and we have an excellent library of links to useful sites and information about free resources available to AOT members. This includes discounted Royal Society of Medicine membership.

Most importantly you can apply to join the AOT for free and interact with other members via the forum.

The moderated forum is always full of new information and lively discussion.

Enter Forum

You will need a Google account so you can sign in to Google groups. The simplest way is to register for a free Gmail account, since if you use Gmail, your email address and password will be your login details for Google Groups. However, if you don't want to use Gmail, you can register for an account with a different email address here:

https://accounts.google.com/NewAccount

News and Updates



Thank you all for attending AOT 2018 in Bristol. We look forward to seeing you again in London in 2019 - updates in the new year on the conference page.

ASiT Conference 2019
The AOT represent ENT at the Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) and make sure we as ENT trainees have a voice in raising issues and influencing policy for surgical training.
The next ASiT annual conference will take place in Belfast between 22nd-24th March 2019. Keep an eye out on the ASiT website for further details in the coming weeks and abstract submission for the ENT section: ASiT Website

 

Emergency Logbook
Many thanks to Costas Mamais for the Google calendar of ENT courses and events which you can access below or on the resources page.
Calendar of ENT events and courses

A list of otology fellowships has now been added. Thanks to Charlie Huins for this.
Otology fellowships