About The Bulletin
April 2022 – Vol. 41, No. 3
OUT OF COMMITTEE: Voice | World Voice Day 2022: Lift Your Voice
Every year on April 16, otolaryngologist-head and neck surgeons and other voice health professionals worldwide join together to recognize World Voice Day. This year’s World Voice Day theme is “Lift Your Voice.”
Communication: The Key to Understanding
Communication is so often the root of misunderstandings and errors.
Ken Yanagisawa, MD, AAO-HNS/F President
The Unconscionable “Catch-22” of Current Practice
The current situation was absolutely predictable from the beginning based on the government’s failure to establish and enforce a common platform...
James C. Denneny III, MD, AAO-HNS/F Executive Vice President and CEO
AAO-HNS 2022 Election: Candidate Statements
Review statements from the 2022 AAO-HNS Annual Election candidates to learn more about each candidate. Voting opens May 9.
A Stream of Consciousness
Administrative Exasperation Getting in the Way of Our Purpose
OUT OF COMMITTEE: Voice | World Voice Day 2022: Q&A
Want to offer your patients timely advice on taking care of their voices for World Voice Day? AAO-HNS Voice Committee Members, James J. Daniero, MD, Chair, Thomas L. Carroll, MD, and Libby J. Smith, DO, offer answers to questions you may hear in clinic.
Advances in Laryngeal Surgery: An International Perspective
The field of laryngology arguably had its start in Europe with such giants as Benjamin Guy Babington, Johann Czermak, Morell Mackenzie, and others in the 19th century.
From the Education Committees | Acute Laryngeal Injury and COVID-19: The Perfect Storm
Anecdotally, patients with laryngeal, subglottic, or tracheal scar after severe COVID-19 have represented an increasing proportion of patients in tertiary airway centers.
Tech Talk: Practice Primer on HIPAA and Related Privacy Regulations
Understanding the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and related acts is not easy.
The Everlasting Impact of Your Annual Meeting Experiences
Connecting with Colleagues and Engaging with the Global Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Community.
AAO-HNSF 2022 Annual Meeting International Guests of Honor
The AAO-HNSF International Guests of Honor program is a time-honored tradition at the Annual Meeting & OTO Experience where four countries or territories are recognized for their contributions to the specialty and global otolaryngology community.
Pearls from Your Peers | Pediatric Tonsillectomy: Optimizing Pain Control and Minimizing Perioperative Risk
Pediatric tonsillectomy is a very common procedure with over 500,000 procedures performed in pediatric patients every year.
SECTION SPOTLIGHT: SRF 2015-2019 Survey Results
The SRF conducts an important, anonymous survey to better understand the needs of our trainees in a longitudinal way, informing and connecting the Academy leadership with trainee perspectives.
Reg-ent: What's Next?
The Reg-ent registry has been addressing a number of priorities since its inception in 2015.
New Four-part Webinar Series on Hiring in Healthcare Today: The Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment
The AAO-HNS Board of Governors is offering a new four-part webinar series, Hiring in Healthcare Today: The Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment.
International Perspective on Publishing and Avoiding Predatory Journals
On March 3, 2022, José Florencio F. Lapeña, Jr., MD, presented “International Perspectives on Publishing, Peer Review, and Avoiding Predatory Journals” for the AAO-HNSF Resident Reviewer Development Program (RRDP) and International Community Curriculum.
WIO Day Celebrations
WIO Day is held annually on March 8 in conjunction with International Women’s Day.
Meet Our Academy Member Donors
We are honored and touched by all our donors for their support, generosity, and commitment to the specialty. You make a difference and we thank you!
2022 International Visiting Scholarship Program
Are you an international otolaryngologist-head and neck surgeon, less than 40 years old, or within the first eight years of professional practice, and in a junior full-time teaching position?
Humanitarian Grant Awardees
Congratulations to these residents who each received a $1,000 travel grant for medical missions taking place during the first six months of the year (January-June 2022).
AAO-HNS Welcomes the Class of 2022 Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Matches.