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September 22

Opening Ceremony: Transforming, Thriving, Together

After presenting a number of awards and three presidential citations, AAO-HNSF President Richard W. Waguespack, MD, had a surprise presidential citation during Sunday's Opening Ceremony. The ... Read More

Conley Lecturer Gibson Focuses on Stewardship

If attendees only remember one thing from her John Conley, MD Lecture on Medical Ethics during Sunday's Opening Ceremony, Rosemary Gibson, senior advisor to The Hastings Center and an editor for JAMA ... Read More

Sheng-Po Hao, MD, to Deliver Eugene N. Myers, MD International Lecture

Professor Sheng-Po Hao, MD, FICS, will deliver the “Eugene N. Myers, MD International Lecture on Head and Neck Cancer” at 9:30 am Tuesday in Room 414AB, addressing the treatment of nasopharyngeal ... Read More

Meeting Standards Important in Developing Guideline

Treatment guidelines are acknowledged to be important to improved patient outcomes, so much so that a bill before Congress would require physicians to follow guidelines. However, developing ... Read More

Multiple Issues Often Linked to Causes of Cough

Cough is the culprit behind more than 31 million visits to physicians annually, and $6.8 billion is spent on over-the-counter cough and cold remedies. Diagnosing the cause of a cough is challenging, ... Read More

Future of ‘Fee for Service’ Examined in Tuesday Miniseminar

With a number of changes on the horizon regarding payment, otolaryngologists will be able to get answers to their questions on the topic during Tuesday's “Board of Governors' Hot Topic 2014: Will Fee ... Read More

Tuesday Miniseminar Highlights

Two Miniseminars highlighted in Sunday's Meeting Daily were incorrectly listed as Sunday events. The Miniseminars, listed below, are both scheduled for Tuesday. 8:00 am-9:20 am Tuesday, Room ... Read More

UConn Wins 2014 AAO-HNSF Academic Bowl

After more than 52 questions, the University of Connecticut School of Medicine (UConn) emerged as the clear winner of the 2014 AAO-HNSF Academic Bowl. Second and third place, however, had not been ... Read More

Tuesday Miniseminar to Address Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing Evaluation, Management

It affects nearly 10 percent of all children and is the most common reason children undergo tonsillectomy. “Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing: Evidence-based Approach to Evaluation and ... Read More