The Richard J. Bellucci, MD, Resident Research Award went to Rosh K.V. Sethi, MD, MPH, chief resident in otolaryngology at Massachusetts Eye and Ear. Dr. Sethi and his team conducted a retrospective review of opioid use among 155 patients after ESS and found that that 95% of patients were prescribed opioids—an average of 15.6 tablets per patient—and 91% filled the prescription. But 71% said at first follow-up that they’d actually taken no opioids. Tablets prescribed were higher among those undergoing primary rather than revision surgery and among those with splints placed. Predictors of opioid use included concurrent turbinate reduction and concurrent septoplasty.