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Dr Kariyawasam shall have no responsibility or liability with respect to any loss or damage arising from the information or the use of information contained on these pages. I lead the evidENT team and hold an NIHR Research Professorship to develop the evidence base for Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) medicine and surgery, ensuring new and current treatments in ENT are tested and evaluated so that patients can benefit from the best treatments in the field. Read your admission letter carefully; it will tell you what to do to prepare for your admission. If you get a cough, cold, skin infection or stomach upset, please call the admissions number on your letter or call the ward where you are being admitted. If you have a key worker, social worker or other professional who regularly helps you at home, please talk to them and the team at the hospital before your admission. Very rarely we may have to cancel your planned admission because of a large number of patients requiring emergency care. Even though you may have a friend or family member with you if your first language is not English and you need help to communicate with staff, UCLH will provide qualified Professionals to interpret for you through either our Telephone Interpreting Service or via a Face to Face interpreter. Dr Kariyawasam cannot accept responsibility for any information contained in pages linked from this site.

I am Professor of Paediatric ENT at the UCL Ear Institute, the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital and at the University Medical Center Utrecht (The Netherlands).
Please make sure you follow any instructions about eating or drinking on the day of your admission, otherwise your treatment may be delayed or postponed. This will help us to ensure we get you home as soon as you are well enough to leave hospital, and make sure all the necessary follow-up arrangements have been made.
If your operation is cancelled on the day of admission, we aim to re-admit you within a month of the cancellation.
Please let your GP know your preferred means of communication when he or she is referring you onto the hospital, for example (BSL, Sign Supported English, Speech to Text, Lip speaker) so that we are able to arrange the correct communication professional for you.
If you are coming into hospital please watch our short film about patient safety which will help us to help you stay safe during your stay.
I am also a Visiting Professor in the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences at Oxford University.I started my scientific career gaining an MSc in Epidemiology and a PhD in Medical Sciences at the Radboud University Medical Centre, Nijmegen where I also trained as an ENT surgeon.
I continued my career as a Clinician Scientist at the University Medical Centre Utrecht, where I built the Paediatric ENT Department into a national referral centre for children with upper respiratory disease.In close collaboration with my expert colleagues at the Departments of Epidemiology, Primary Care and Paediatrics, I led a series of multicentre RCTs of medical and surgical treatments of upper respiratory tract infections and otitis media in children.

These trials have been influential in the way global health-care systems think about the management of children with these conditions and have been translated in national and international evidence-based guidelines and health policies.
If you are unsure, call the switchboard on 020 3456 7890 or 0845 155 5000  and they will connect you to the correct ward. From 2011 I continued my career in the UK and in 2012 became the President of the European Society of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology. With NIHR support through my roles as Research Professor, chair of the CCRN ENT Specialty Group and Joint Co-ordinating Editor of the Cochrane Collaboration ENT Disorders Group, and with support from the Royal College of Surgeons of England for my role as Surgical Specialty Lead for ENT, my evidENT team is committed to developing the evidence base for ENT, Hearing and Balance. We welcome collaboration with patients, industry and (inter)national researchers and clinicians.

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