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INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS
  1. Surgery for Vertigo Kelly, G., 15th April 2006, Damascus, the Syrian ENT Society
  2. Is there still a place for acoustic neuroma surgery in 2006, Kelly, G. 15th April 2006, Damascus, the Syrian ENT Society
  3. A review of therapies in sudden sensorineural hearing loss, Kelly, G. 15th April 2006, Damascus, the Syrian ENT Society
  4. Surgery for Facial Paralysis, Kelly, G. 16th April 2006, Damascus, the Syrian ENT Society
  5. Round table on Myringoplasty debate in children Kelly, G., Clark, R., Abass, A., Kassameh, G. 15th April 2006, Damascus, the Syrian ENT Society
  6. Research in Neurotrophic Growth Factors and Nerve Repair. Kelly, G. University Health Network, Toronto. June 2001 (visiting professor).
  7. EBM in ENT: what have we done so far? Ah-see, K, Kelly, G. Netherlands EBM Course, Beekbergen, Holland. June 2001.
  8. Can neurotrophic factors affect the outcome of facial nerve repair? Kelly, G, Glasby, M. 5th European Skull Base Society Congress, Copenhagen. June 2001 (RSM scholarship).
  9. Reanimation of total unilateral facial paralysis: a comparison of surgical techniques. Malik, T, Kelly, G, Ahmed, A, Saeed, S, Ramsden, R. IX’th International Facial Nerve Symposium, San Francisco. July – August 2001.
  10. Reanimation of total unilateral facial paralysis: a comparison of surgical techniques. Kelly, G, Malik, T, Ahmed, A, Saeed, S, Ramsden, R. 5th European Skull Base Society Congress, Copenhagen. June 2001
  11. Gana, P, Kelly, G, Nielsen, T, MacGregor, F. The risks of potential conjunctival blood contamination. Pan-African Federation of ORL societies & 6th scientific conference of the Kenya ENT society, Nairobi, June 1998.
  12. MacKenzie, K, Kelly, G, Todd, G, Ah-See, K. Use of Peak Expiratory Flow Rate (PEFR) and Saturation (SaO2) as Predictors of fitness for the same day discharge following microlaryngeal surgery. First World Voice Congress, Oporto, Portugal, April 1995.
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