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Conference Schedule

The conference schedule is a two year rotating curriculum that addresses core areas of otolaryngology including: general otolaryngology, head and neck oncology, pediatrics, otology and audiology, facial plastics, laryngology, rhinology, and sleep medicine. Special attention is paid toward providing lecture topics on the business of medicine (practice preparation, coding and documentation guidelines), professionalism, fatigue and duty hour effects, head and neck anatomy, pathology and radiology series, and ethics in medicine.

Annual Didactic Program
Introductory Lecture Series
July through September
Morbidity & Mortality Rounds
Every 3rd Wednesday
Grand Rounds and/or Lectures
Quarterly, September through May
Resident Research Presentations
Monthly, September through May
Head and Neck Tumor Board
Weekly
Temporal Bone Course
Monthly, September through May
Radiology Series
Monthly, September through June

Dissection Courses

  • Endoscopic Sinus -- The otolaryngology residents participate in the endoscopic sinus surgery dissection course each year. This provides for directed instruction and practice in acquiring basic skills in sinus surgery.
  • Plastics -- A yearly facial plastics course with lecture and dissection is provided. Residents are encouraged to attend particularly in their 4th and 5th years of otolaryngology training.
  • Temporal Bone -- A full temporal bone dissection course is required during the research year. Dedicated readings and active faculty participation allow for an in-depth experience.
  • Laryngology -- A laryngeal course with dissection component occurs on a biannual basis. The residents in their 3rd and 4th years of training are encouraged to attend to gain a stimulator experience in laryngeal dissection techniques.

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  Residents in the program are registered by the department as a resident member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. This provides additional didactic experience via the Home Study course provided for each resident during their 3rd and 4th year of Otolaryngology.  
 
 
 
   

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