Published: March 15, 2024

Finding the Answers to Our Clinical Conundrums

The 2023 Annual Meeting webcasts provide convenient online access to invaluable teachings on the latest advances in the specialty.

Daniel C. Chelius, Jr., MD, AAO-HNSF Coordinator, Annual Meeting Program Committee

Daniel C. Chelius, Jr., MDDaniel C. Chelius, Jr., MDOne of the blessings of having the world’s largest and most extensive annual otolaryngology meeting is that we have exceptional content from experts across the field. But the simple fact is that you cannot attend every session during the four days of the meeting. What is possible, though, is having access to those invaluable teachings at any moment by simply logging in to OTO Logic and opening the repository of content in the Annual Meeting webcasts.

Just recently, I was referred a pair of patients with carotid body tumors, and I recalled that several years ago I went to an excellent presentation on paragangliomas by James L. Netterville, MD, and Sarah L. Rohde, MD. I wanted to review their presentation to immediately apply some of their teachings in the clinic in preparation for my patients. So, while I was washing the dishes a few evenings before the appointment, I was able to pull up the lecture and refresh my memory.

There are lessons about so many of our most difficult clinical conundrums to be found throughout the Annual Meeting webcasts, which are all available for free for the three years following the meeting to anyone who registered for the Annual Meeting in full. For those who didn’t register for the meeting, you can purchase lectures a la carte or as a full package and still have access to this vast library of readily applicable clinical content. 

2023 Annual Meeting Webcasts Now Available in OTO Logic

Bltn Oto Logic 1500x845The AAO-HNSF 2023 Annual Meeting & OTO Experience, held September 30–October 4, in Nashville, Tennessee, delivered groundbreaking education. The learning continues as all full 2023 Annual Meeting registrants have access to 400 Annual Meeting webcasts made available by the presenters for the next three years. The Annual Meeting webcasts provide convenient online access to the latest advances in the specialty and expose you to new research findings, approaches, and treatment options to help you deliver the best patient care.   

How to Access the Webcasts

Log in to OTO Logic, the AAO-HNSF's learning network, with your AAO-HNS ID number and password to access the session recordings. Click "OTOLogic Catalog" and then "Annual Meeting Webcasts 2023."

What Is OTO Logic? 

OTO Logic is your otolaryngology learning network. With nearly 1,400 education activities, OTO Logic is designed to help you gain knowledge, measure competency in practice, improve performance, and earn continuing medical education (CME) credits that count for maintenance of certification (MOC) to maintain lifelong learning through continuing certification. 

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