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April 2023 – Vol. 42, No. 3
Your Voice Matters: World Voice Day Past and Present
Recognizing the significance our voice plays in each of our identities and emotional expressions.
A Day Is Not Enough
It will take more than a day to recognize, acknowledge, and correct the inequalities against women in the world.
Kathleen L. Yaremchuk, MD, MSA, AAO-HNS/F President
Part 3: How We Reached the Brick Wall Blocking Physician Advocacy
James C. Denneny III, MD, AAO-HNS/F Executive Vice President and CEO
Seeks “What’s on My Mind” Contributors
Do you have a hot-button topic you want to address?
The Joint Committee on Infant Hearing
The principles and guidelines of early hearing detection and intervention programs.
NEW! ECS: Management of Dysphagia in Head and Neck Cancer Patients
The ECS identifies potential approaches for reducing the burden of dysphagia in head and neck cancer patients, starting from the time of diagnosis and extending throughout their lifespan.
Beyond Compensation: A Focus on Employee Engagement and Retention
The Private Practice Study Group (PPSG) recently explored and reported on what motivates and engages employees in private practice.
Mentorship, Sponsorship, and Coaching: Maximizing Networks Through Each Career Stage
Mentors, sponsors, and coaches can catapult one’s career growth. Understanding how to harness these “career boosters” is valuable no matter your background, career stage, or practice type.
Are You SURE It's Not My Sinuses?
From the Complementary/Integrative Medicine Committee, this article focuses on complementary treatments for headache, specifically migraine, which may be of assistance in treating patients.
What Should the Comprehensive Otolaryngologist Know about Voice Care?
Three laryngologists with the Bastian Voice Institute discuss vocal over-doer syndrome, fiberoptic laryngoscopy versus videostroboscopy, muscle tension dysphonia management, and more.
IVS: Experience New Technologies and Research
Reflections from AAO-HNSF International Visiting Scholarship (IVS) Awardee, Wale L. Gellaw, MD, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
AAO-HNSF Humanitarian Travel Grant Report: Malindi, Kenya
Brentley Lindsey, MD, shares his experiences of treating patients in Malindi, Kenya.
#OTOjournal and #OTOopen Are Now on Twitter
The AAO-HNSF journals,
Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery
, are now on Twitter.
AAO-HNS 2023 Election: Candidate Statements
Review statements from the 2023 AAO-HNS Annual Election candidates to learn more about each candidate. Voting opens May 8.
World Voice Day 2023: Q&A
Materials to provide your patients timely advice on taking care of their voices for World Voice Day!
Glottic Cancer Transoral CO2 Laser Microsurgery (TOLMS): Current Concepts and Limits
Three variables and their impact on the option of endoscopic laser surgery for primary vocal fold cancer.
Phonotraumatic Vocal Fold Lesions: 10 Steps to Better Phonomicrosurgery
These steps provide suggestions for navigating phonotraumatic lesions.
Gamification and Serious Gaming in Otolaryngology Education
Aspects of gaming have been incorporated into surgical education. Learn about AAO-HNSF’s gaming xSIM module accessible through FLEX.
Disability: The Last Frontier of Equity
Hands-on tips provide guidance for leveling the playing field for people with disabilities.
Don’t Forget Your Annual Meeting CME on OTO Logic!
Continue learning with recordings from the 2022 Annual Meeting.
Pearls from your Peers: Vestibular Migraine
Emily K. Gall, MD, interviews Hamid R. Djalilian, MD, about Vestibular Migraine.
AAO-HNSF Humanitarian Travel Grant Report: Malawi
During the stress of residency, it can be easy to lose sight of the big picture.
Learn More about the Future of the Otolaryngology Specialty with Reg-ent
The AAO-HNSF Reg-ent registry team will be hosting the “Reg-ent Registry 101” webinar for all AAO-HNS members on April 20 at Noon (ET).