The digital era has helped to revolutionize how people learn, and the otolaryngology world is no exception. Online information has helped to educate patients, medical students, residents, and physicians at every stage of their careers. But with the flood of data available online, how can you discern what is based in quality science and what is not?
Explore this issue:September 2018
“This is the new age,” said Sonya Malekzadeh, MD, a professor of otolaryngology at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. “In my day, we looked at medical atlases. But today, you don’t want your residents looking at videos that haven’t been vetted.”
ENTtoday’s list of science-based resources for otolaryngologists includes websites, medical indexes, podcasts, and videos that are all available for education and awareness about the world of otolaryngology.