Any discussion about the future of otolaryngology must include making sure our patients are informed adequately and accurately.
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For many otolaryngologists, staying on top of compounding regulatory requirements can feel like an impossible endeavor.
As a senior surgeon who continues to remain clinically active, I hope the following reflections may represent some common opinions of my experienced colleagues.
The only mechanism for both decreasing the cost and improving quality in medicine is through innovation and the creation of new technologies.
It is important for older surgeons to be constantly stimulated through a variety of experiences, and to seek broad knowledge in diverse subjects that can inform us as citizens of the world.
In a study that reported the most satisfying jobs in the United States, physicians were not even among the top 10.
The topics of euthanasia, suicide, and physician assisted suicide are poorly understood.
With less pay, more unpaid and unrecognized work, and near-daily avoidance of some type of harassment, one might assume that women otolaryngologists provide suboptimal care. That would be wrong.
Define your own priorities, set your own goals, and carve your own path
A message from ENTtoday’s new physician editor, Alex Chiu, MD.