Featured In This Issue of ENT TodayFebruary 2014
MIAMI BEACH—Panelists tackled several otolaryngology issues and genergal healthcare issues requiring action to make improvements. The Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting touched on the ethical questions surrounding payment reform, how to address a lack of professionalism, and ways to combat—and how to prevent—burnout.
MIAMI BEACH—The Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting took the stage in Miami Beach on Jan. 10 for three days of talks, discussion panels, and research presentations geared toward helping attendees improve patient care, tackle new lines of inquiry, and get otolaryngologists thinking about issues big and small.
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In 2009, the Triological Society launched its Best Practice series, published in The Laryngoscope. TRIO Best Practices are brief, structured reviews designed to provide the busy clinician with a handy outline and reference for day-to-day clinical decision making. Since many Laryngoscope readers have found the Best Practice
series very informative, the Triological Society is sharing this information with ENTtoday readers. [Click here to access the summaries]
March 26-29 - Orlando, Fla.
March 28-29 - Augusta, Ga.
New York Head & Neck Endocrine Symposium: Molecular Diagnostics: A New Era in the Management of Thyroid Nodules
March 29 - New York, N.Y.
March 31-April 2 - Boston, Mass.
April 4-5 - San Jose, Costa Rica
April 4-6 - Washington, D.C.
May 8-10 - Kiawah Island, S.C.
May 14-18 - Las Vegas, Nev.
May 27-31 - New York, N.Y.
May 31- June 3 - Dublin, Ireland.