More than 200 otolaryngoloyg students did not match this year, many of whom did not have a back-up plan.
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Will there be a lost generation of otolaryngology residents, learners, and junior-to-mid-career attendings?
For this month’s “From the Editor,” I wanted to show how committed ENTtoday’s board members and colleagues are to receiving the vaccine.
As COVD-19 rages on, many experts are warning of darker days ahead. I can only agree.
The reimbursement changes are significant and will not only affect otolaryngology but will have ripple effects on the business of medicine.
There are so many issues that threaten our core mission: To take care of our patients.
In 2020, the paradigm abruptly shifted and as we rebuild our personal and professional lives, the enhanced versions will be informed by lessons learned during the pandemic.
It’s a strange new normal for all of us as we keep practicing medicine during the coronavirus pandemic.
Please remember the lessons you learned during this crazy time and join me in creating a better new normal.