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.
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Months of residency interviews, letter writing, and phone calls come down to one day to find out who we will spend the next five years training.
In this era of accused #FakeNews and political bullying of the media, many people have become cynical to what is reported in mainstream news.
This past year, otolaryngology lost a trio of its greatest teachers. Drs. Glasscock, Alford and Stammberger will be sorely missed, but their teachings will live on.
ENTtoday’s goal this year was was to continue the things people love about while making the publication more timely, more fun to and leave readers with something to think about. Here’s a look back at 2018.
A mentor gives advice but sponsors promote their proteges directly, using their personal networks to place them in leadership positions or committees.
Otolaryngologists around the country are making a difference in their communities that goes beyond the patients they treat in their practices.
With the onslaught of all of this new technology, how do we make sure we balance humanity with our increasing reliance on machines?
A look at the complex issues surgeons face when deciding when to stop operating.
For otolaryngologists, June is a time when we can recharge our batteries and reflect on the previous 12 months.