Published: December 8, 2016

2017 and 2018 AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO Experience events

Join colleagues, otolaryngologists, medical experts, and health professionals from around the world in Chicago, IL, for the Annual Meeting & OTO Experience, September 10-13, 2017.

AM_logosJoin colleagues, otolaryngologists, medical experts, and health professionals from around the world in Chicago, IL, for  the Annual Meeting & OTO Experience, September 10-13, 2017.

The AAO-HNSF 2017 Annual Meeting & OTO Experience will feature cutting-edge education programming and dynamic evening events. Earn CME credit, tap the minds of leaders, see and touch the latest devices,  and expand your network. Submit a  paper and find out more information at

Who should attend?

  • Practicing otolaryngologist-head and neck surgeons
  • Otolaryngology associates
  • Researchers in otolaryngology
  • Non-physician clinicians
  • Senior academic professors
  • Department chairs
  • Community practitioners
  • International societies
  • Fellows-in-training
  • Residents


With two international airports, Chicago offers thousands of flight options, including nonstop and quick flights. Both airports are within 20 miles of downtown Chicago, and 80 airlines serve the two airports. Chicago is also easily accessible by train. Chicago’s Union Station is centrally located, and more than 50 trains arrive and depart from the city daily.


Visit Wrigley Field, home of the World Series defending champions, the Chicago Cubs. View breathtaking architecture and an iconic collection of public art at Millennium Park. Attend a show at one of Chicago’s acclaimed theaters. Dine in Chicago’s West Loop, which is known for trendy, chef-driven restaurants.

Plan for 2018: Get to Know Atlanta

The AAO-HNSF 2018 Annual Meeting & OTO Experience will take place in Atlanta, GA, October 7-10. Here’s a glimpse at what you can look forward to in 2018.


Whether you’re flying domestically or internationally, Atlanta offers a wide range of convenient flight options. Eighty percent of the U.S. population is within a two-hour flight to Atlanta and six continents have access to direct flights to Atlanta.


Atlanta has a long, rich history. Learn more about Atlanta’s heritage at the Center for Civil and Human Rights, the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, and the King Center.


Atlanta is home to many exciting attractions. Learn about the origins of the first cola recipe at the World of Coca-Cola. Gain an appreciation for aquatic animals at the Georgia Aquarium, which is the largest aquarium  in the Western Hemisphere. Centennial Olympic Park serves as Atlanta’s legacy  from the 1996 Olympic Games. Take a tour of the main newsroom at the CNN Center. Other attractions include Mercedes-Benz  Stadium, the College Football Hall of Fame, and unique neighborhoods. Filled with creative concepts, Atlanta dining offers something for everyone from American-style cuisine, to traditional Southern fare, to succulent steakhouses.

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