Established in 1996, The Garnett Passe Memorial Lecture (GP Lecture) is a biennial lecture given at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
The lecture is in honour and memory of Edward Roland Garnett Passe, who established his otolaryngological career and international reputation in London.
|1996||Sir Donald Harrison||The first Garnett Passe Memorial Lecture: Has the specialty of ENT-Head and Neck Surgery a future?|
|1998||Professor Gordon Snow||How science and technology may affect the future of Otorhinolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery|
|2000||Professor Jan Helms||The surgical treatment of hearing deficiency, including tympanoplasty and cochlear implants|
|2002||Professor Michael Halmagyi||New clinical tests of unilateral vestibular dysfunction. (The physiologic foundations of clinical vestibular function tests )|
|2004||Professor Peter-John Wormald||Chronic sinusitis: A disease in evolution|
|2006||Professor William Coman||Perspectives of head and neck cancer|
|2008||Professor Claus Bachert||Chronic rhinosinusitis|
|2010||Professor Marcus Atlas||Beating the drum: A new bioengineered tympanic membrane|
|2012||Associate Professor Alan Brichta||A question of balance: the best-laid schemes o’ mice an’ men|
|2014||Professor Robert K Shepherd||Bionics: Hearing, balance and the brain|
|2016||Dr Suren Krishnan||Changing Paradigms in the Management of Head and Neck Cancer|
|2018||Professor Raymond Sacks||Training our Otolaryngologists: Achievements, Deficiencies and Strategies|
|2021||Details to follow||Details to follow|