Dr. Lindsay took the opportunity to speak with senior women in healthcare about current barriers to gender equity in healthcare, and two words became mainstays: complacency and intentionality.
Reflections on #MeToo for the Medical Community
ENTtoday’s editor Robin W. Lindsay reflects on the changes we’ve seen in our community because of the #MeToo movement.
Are the Jobs in Healthcare Good Jobs?
It’s more important than ever to ask, “Are the jobs in healthcare good jobs? If not, how can we make them so?”
How Current Peer-To-Peer Sessions Profoundly Impact Patient Care and Physician Wellbeing
Physicians should advocate for laws where surgeons with high insurance approval rates or documented outcome improvement receive expedited approval.
Gratitude, Reconnection, and Generosity Increase the Value of Our Peer Relationships
We are able to build strong connections with our colleagues now that the new year has begun.
Letter from the Editor: Recent Changes and Challenges in Otolaryngology Practice
When the way we come together with our patients and treat them is compromised, it strains our ability to perform our jobs.
Letter from the Editor: As COVID Cases Drop, It’s Time to Reengage with Our Communities
Now that we’re exiting the pandemic stage, it’s time to brainstorm ways to build back our connections to each other and with our local communities.
Letter from the Editor: Is the Pursuit of Excellence Still Possible in Otolaryngology?
Young physicians have medicine’s great future for enhancement of patient care and prevention of disease ahead of them as perhaps no other generation of physicians or specialists in otolaryngology has ever had.
Letter from the Editor: Opportunities Arise When Leading Through Disruption
If the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us anything, it’s that working in collaboration can bring the swiftest and most creative solutions to our problems.
Letter from the Editor: Listening to the Angels on Our Shoulders
What responsibility do we have in the otolaryngology community to police ourselves?
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