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October 2022 - Vol. 41, No. 9
Increasing Otolaryngology Diversity through Mentorship
Mentorship helps individuals achieve their goals and is rewarding to all. Mentorship for diversity is essential for otolaryngology to thrive as a specialty.
Stronger Together as a Global Otolaryngology Community
What we need to remember is that whether we are in private practice, hospital employed, or in academics, we are stronger together and we have more in common than we do when we try to go it alone.
Kathleen L. Yaremchuk, MD, MSA, AAO-HNS/F President
OTC Hearing Aids, a Step Forward, but Let the Buyer Beware!
We can help shape the next phase of the revolution in treatment of hearing loss that the OTC era will trigger through advocacy and service.
James C. Denneny III, MD, AAO-HNS/F Executive Vice President and CEO
Impacting the Next Generation – Why I Choose to Mentor
Many high school students are not exposed to careers in medicine and do not have doctors who can take time out of their day, be a mentor, and invest in their lives.
OUT OF COMMITTEE: Equilibrium | Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD): More Than a Diagnosis of Exclusion
PPPD should be suspected in patients describing non-spinning vertigo or unsteadiness exacerbated by prolonged or repeated high-velocity movements.
OUT OF COMMITTEE: Hearing | Gene Therapy Whisper Toward a Hearing Future
The field of restorative treatments for hearing loss is currently silent, at least at the surface.
FROM THE EDUCATION COMMITTEES | Adult Hearing Screening: How Population Health, Legislation, and Research Gaps Influence Clinical Medicine
Data suggest hearing loss (HL) is the third most common disease of adulthood, currently affecting one in three individuals between 65 and 74 years, and half of those 75 years and older.
OUT OF COMMITTEE: Media and PR | Avoiding Media Pitfalls
As the internet has allowed these forms of media to become ubiquitous in our day-to-day lives, our role and presence as physicians on these platforms has also evolved.
Taking up the Mantle of Journal Leadership: An Interview with Cecelia E. Schmalbach, MD, MSc
Throughout my military service, I loved building and being part of a team, and my success as an Editor will rely upon my ability to build, empower, and learn from a strong team.
The Resident Reviewer Development Program and International Author Curriculum: Expanding on Success
The RRDP, the first of its kind in otolaryngology journals, teaches residents the peer review process.
With Gratitude, Reflections on the AAO-HNSF 2022 Annual Meeting & OTO Experience
Like many important life events, what I’ll take away from Philly are powerful singular moments, either of inspiration or reunion.
AAO-HNSF 2022 Annual Meeting & OTO Experience
Forward Together: photos from the AAO-HNSF 2022 Annual Meeting & OTO Experience
WIO Endowment Announces the FY22 Grant Recipients
Established in 2010, the Women in Otolaryngology Endowment (WIOE) provides grants for projects that are designed to benefit the professional development of women in otolaryngology and support actionable research.
AAO-HNSF Humanitarian Travel Grant Report: Community Empowerment, Dominican Republic
In March a group of Loyola University physicians, including myself, and nurses traveled to the Dominican Republic (DR) with the goal of providing much-needed ENT care.
Call for 2023 AAO-HNS Election Nominees
The AAO-HNS Nominating Committee is calling for recommendations of individuals to be considered for an elected office.
2023-2024 Committee Cycle: Applications Open November 1
Here are the top reasons to join the hundreds of Academy members and otolaryngologist-head and neck surgeons from around the world in serving your specialty and your Academy.
New Lifetime and 30-Year Members
The American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery congratulates the following members who have earned Lifetime status with the Academy and those celebrating 30 years of membership in 2022.
In the September 2022 Bulletin (Volume 41, No. 08), there was a misprint in “The Annual Meeting: Offering a Different Type of Time-Out,” by James C. Denneny III, MD (print copy only).