About The Bulletin
November 2023 – Vol. 42, No. 10
Advancing Otolaryngology and Improving Patient Care Worldwide
A spotlight on the Academy’s commitment to the international ENT community through the Eugene N. Myers, MD Global Education Fund and more.
Change the World
Together, we are one.
Douglas D. Backous, MD, AAO-HNS/F President
Nashville: Yes! Large, In-Person Annual Meetings Are Back by Popular Demand
After returning from this year’s 127th Annual Meeting & OTO Experience in Nashville, Tennessee, I have reflected on what I observed, attendees’ comments, preliminary attendance and financial information, and a gestalt view of the event itself.
James C. Denneny III, MD, AAO-HNS/F Executive Vice President and CEO
Transition in Leadership for AAO-HNSF Education
Meredith N. Lind, MD, shares her vision in a Q&A with Jeffrey P. Simons, MD, MMM.
Stories from the Road: Organizing and Implementing a Global OHNS Research Initiative
Read more about the mission and vision of the Global OHNS Research Initiative.
Are Alginates All That?
A discussion of traditional and alternative therapies in the management of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
ENThealth Patient Information for GERD Awareness Week: November 19-25, 2023
Learn more about GERD treatments and wellness and prevention tips.
Otolaryngology play an essential role in the field of craniomaxillofacial surgery.
Truth Be Told
The residency program application and interview processes are all about finding the best individuals who will provide the best otolaryngology care possible. Honesty is the best policy.
#GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: A day that encourages people to give back. Donate to the Eugene N. Myers, MD Global Education Fund.
Reg-ent℠ Registry Now Accepting Data Requests for Research
Visit the Reg-ent research web page for information about eligibility.
AAO-HNSF Humanitarian Travel Grant Report: AIC-CURE International Children’s Hospital, Kijabe, Kenya
“While we remained busy surgically, it was a privilege to work alongside the hospital staff and be a part of continuing education for them and for myself.”
The Great American Smokeout
Advocating for actions that help protect children from tobacco addiction, advance health equity, and save lives.
Completing the Care Cycle in the Adult Patient with Cleft Lip–Palate
The otolaryngology-head and neck surgeon is well suited to address the unique unmet needs of these patients.
Treatment of Subcondylar Fractures of the Mandible: A Shifting Paradigm
Open reduction with plating outperforms maxillomandibular fixation for displaced subcondylar fractures.
Pearls from Beyond the Textbook: Mohs Reconstruction
The creative and individualizing challenge we face is to reconstruct not just tissue, but the personal and defining visage of a human being.
Not All Facial Palsy Is Bell’s Palsy
Otolaryngologists may be a last line of defense in the diagnostic workup that can differentiate between Bell’s palsy and other causes of facial palsy.
Humanitarian Efforts Help Bridge Gaps Across the Globe
Physicians from around the world share their perspectives working in lower resourced countries.
Bridging the Equity Gap in Global Otolaryngology Research
Despite efforts to recognize the importance of equitable research collaborations, there is often a paucity of meaningful engagement and commensurate recognition through authorship.
Pearls from Your Peers: Functional Septoplasty Surgery
Dr. Winkler provides tips and recommendations for septoplasty surgery.
Current Management of Pediatric Facial Fractures
Many pediatric fractures do not require operative intervention.
Now Accepting Applications for the 2024 CORE Grant Cycle
Key dates for the 2024 CORE Grants cycle.
Call for Papers: Science in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery
to produce a themed issue devoted to artificial intelligence.
2024-2025 Committee Cycle: Applications Now Open
Apply now for the 2024-2025 AAO-HNS/F Committee Cycle.
Seeks “What’s on My Mind” Contributors
Do you have a hot-button topic you want to address?