Dr Ewa Raglan specialises in the diagnosis and management of patients (both adult and children) with dizziness/balance disorders. She also works with patients with tinnitus and hearing impairment as the result of factors arising around and post birth/head/excessive noise trauma and other causes.
She shares her time between GOSH and St Georges Hospitals where she is the Clinical Lead for Audiology and Audio Vestibular Medicine but also leads the vestibular service.
Qualifications and training
Dr Raglan qualified with distinction in medicine in 1973 from the University of Warsaw, Poland. She received a Diploma in Otolaryngology in 1975, FRCS in Otolaryngology in London in 1981 and FRCP in 2005.
Over a period of nearly 10 years she was the course tutor and vice chair of MsC degree course in Audio Vestibular Medicine in University College London, and set up the undergraduate teaching program in the speciality at St Georges Medical School, is OSCE, MsC, PhD examiner.
She is past secretary of the British Association of Audiovestibular Physicians, as well as member of the council, past officer and treasurer of British Society of Audiology.
She is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, Royal College of Physicians, clinical champion/adviser to Chief Scientific Officer of Department of Health, as well as being a recognised teacher of the University of London, and secretary of the International Association of Audiovestibular Physicians.
Over the period of 25 years she was working in Wandsworth as the governor of the Oak Lodge School for the deaf children and the chair of the governing committee of Wandsworth Hearing Impaired Service.
This work has given foundation to the platform uniting health and educational services in diagnostic and rehabilitative management of hard of hearing children in Wandsworth.
Although Dr Raglan very much enjoys all areas of Audio Vestibular Medicine, her focus is on the disorders of balance and dizziness in children.
The projects which currently she is involved in are:
- Development of new and refinement of older techniques of vestibular testing in children of various ages.
- Vestibular disorders in hearing impaired children and those with normal hearing.
- Interrelationship between motion sickness and vestibular disorders.
- Outcomes of rehabilitative management of patients presenting with vestibular disorders.