Featured In This Issue of ENT TodayJuly 2014
COSM14: Otolaryngologists Worldwide Gather to Learn about Latest Research, Topics Impacting Specialty
LAS VEGAS—Otolaryngologists from around the world gathered in Las Vegas for this year’s Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings (COSM), a conference of nine otolaryngological societies, held May 14-18. ...
LAS VEGAS—The question seemed simple. Which medications was a patient at the Pittsburgh VA taking? When a veteran patient with advanced head and neck cancer took a look at a list that was brought up on a computer, a list thought to be comprehensive, he had some news for his physician: He was on a lot more medication than that. ...
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The American Board of Otolaryngology is seeking input on the concept of subcertification in Advanced Pediatric Otolaryngology.
In 2009, the Triological Society launched its Best Practice series, published in The Laryngoscope. TRIO Best Practice summaries 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.
July 10-12 - Philadelphia, Penn.
Johns Hopkins Symposium on Head and Neck Robotic Surgery, Adjuvant Therapy and Emerging Technologies
July 24-25 - Baltimore, M.D.
July 26-30 - New York, N.Y.
August 1-3 - Portland, Ore.
August 2-5 - Kohler, Wis.