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It’s good to take a trip outside the otolaryngology world once in a while to experience something novel and innovative.
December is the month of residency interviews, special days to soak up the fresh enthusiasm and re-energize.
Turn to ENTtoday to find new inspiration from colleagues and insights into topics that don’t often get covered through the eyes of an otolaryngologist.
Over the next year, ENTtoday will continue to focus on stories about the wonderful things we do in otolaryngology, the ones that give our lives purpose.
Rural health in otolaryngology will improve if we address physician workforce issues.
Experience and the want for disruptive change are wonderful when used in balance with each other.
Life and medicine are continuously changing at a seemingly accelerating pace. When we attempt to avoid change and cling to the ‘way things were,’ we stop moving forward and growing.