Published: October 31, 20222023-2024 Committee Cycle: Applications Opened November 1More from November 2022 - Vol. 41, No. 10Global Grand RoundsOpen to all otolaryngologists at no cost, the 2022 Global Grand Rounds Webinar Series welcomed, educated, and connected physicians from ALL over the world!What It Means (Meant) to Me to Be a Military OtolaryngologistInternational Visiting Scholarship (IVS) ProgramThe AAO-HNSF awards scholarships annually through the IVS Program aiding junior academics from lower-resourced countries to attend the AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO Experience.PERSPECTIVES OUT OF COMMITTEE: Veterans Affairs Easing Out of Active Practice: What Are You Going to Do Now? Consider Part-Time VA EmploymentMany retired surgeons have emphasized that the dramatic changes of sudden retirement for many of us active older surgeons can lead to a lesser than anticipated quality of life.ICS Network & Joint MeetingsOUT OF COMMITTEE: Voice | Acid Reflux: Week In and Week Out, What We See, What We Know, and What We Are LearningOUT OF COMMITTEE: Outcomes Research and Evidence-Based Medicine | Revamping NIH Clinician-Scientist Training Pathways with T32 to R25 Transition: Expansion of Programing and Preparation for ChangeTech Talk | Medical Device Cybersecurity: What You Need to KnowLike IoT devices, medical devices may be made up of various components: the physical device, the network interface, the mobile app used to control the device and exchange data, and a cloud service used to collect and share the data.Private Practice Study Group Survey: Emergency Room Coverage in Private PracticeThe Business of Medicine in 2022 is challenging. Decreasing reimbursement, increasing workloads, and skyrocketing overhead means that every workday minute spent not providing reimbursed patient care negatively impacts a practice’s financial viability.OUT OF COMMITTEE: Otolaryngology Cleft and Craniofacial Introducing the Newest AAO-HNS Committee: The Otolaryngology Cleft and Craniofacial CommitteeOur training in otolaryngology concentrates heavily on these outcomes and competencies, which enables otolaryngology-head and neck surgeons to the highest level of care for these complex patients.AAO-HNS Advocacy Leadership on Display: Lance A. Manning, MD, and U.S. Representative Steve WomackOne of the most effective ways for the Academy to shape healthcare policy is through grassroots advocacy.In Memoriam: Jack L. Gluckman, MD, AAO-HNS/F President 2000-2001Jack L. Gluckman, MD, who was known as a natural and charismatic leader, served as President of the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery and its Foundation (AAO-HNS/F) from 2000-2001.The AAO-HNSF 2023 Annual Meeting & OTO Experience Call for Science: NashvilleThe Annual Meeting Program Committee offers advice on preparing a successful submission for Panel Presentations and Expert Lectures as well as Scientific Orals and Posters.Celebrate #GivingTuesday by Supporting the 125 Strong CampaignAs the two-year 125 Strong Campaign comes to an end this year, the Academy and its Foundation humbly ask you to consider making a tax-deductible gift in support of the otolaryngology community.OTC Hearing Aids FAQsENThealth.org recently published an FAQs article for consumers considering whether or not to purchase over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids.AAO-HNS Election NomineesThe AAO-HNS Nominating Committee is calling for recommendations of individuals to be considered for an elected office.Gratitude & Growth: Renewing the Academy’s Commitment to Promote the Highest Standards in Clinical Care WorldwideDuring this season of gratitude, we want to share our genuine appreciation for the international otolaryngology community.