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September 11

Opening Ceremony Makes Change the Anthem for Today and Tomorrow

Healthcare and otolaryngology are changing at warp speed. Some change is being enhanced by technology, while some remains the providence of tomorrow. During Sunday’s Opening Ceremony, speakers played ... Read More

Healthcare Must Learn to Integrate Technologies, Data

In 2007, the first iPhone was released, contributing to the era of the smartphone, which has changed the way the world operates. Today, a mere 10 years later, the smartphone is regularly used in ... Read More

New Neck Mass Guideline Published

In recent years, the number of cases of HPV has skyrocketed. Because HPV is linked to some head and neck cancers, AAO-HNSF has developed a new clinical practice guideline to address an increasing ... Read More

Oral Abstracts Yield Interesting Research

Scientific Oral Presentations 7:30 – 8:30 am Monday Room N140 Research into a variety of topics will be presented Monday during “Scientific Oral Presentations: General Otolaryngology.” ... Read More

Ménière’s Options: Data Supporting Diagnosis and Treatment Remain Limited

More evidence is being gathered for the diagnosis and management of Ménière’s disease, but it remains a condition that has to be diagnosed clinically, with treatments progressing from the use of ... Read More

Peace of Mind Essential to an Improved Patient Experience

H. Bryan Neel III MD, PhD Distinguished Research Lecture 2:30 – 3:30 pm Monday Room E450A What is the appropriate metric to assess patient care? Tracking changes in mortality rates could be ... Read More

Papilloma Options: Endoscopy Part of a Stepwise Approach to Treatment

Diagnosis and Management of Sinonasal Papillomas 1:15 – 2:15 pm Monday Room N137 The management of sinonasal papillomas has changed dramatically in recent years. What was once the gold ... Read More

Finding Strategies to Manage Burnout

Career Burnout: Identification and Strategies to Minimize 3:45 – 5:45 pm Monday Room N128 The bad news is that burnout is a growing problem among healthcare providers. The good news is that ... Read More

Lecturer to Trace Approaches to Functional Neck Dissection

Eugene N. Myers, MD International Lecture on Head and Neck Cancer 10:00 – 11:00 am Monday Room E450A There are multiple approaches to neck dissection, and all are variations on two basic ... Read More

OTO Experience: Simulation

During the Simulation Experience, otolaryngologists can sample a range of simulation modalities (e.g., simple task trainers, high-technology human manikins, and biologic material). The Simulation ... Read More

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