A more diverse workforce helps healthcare professionals learn from one another as otolaryngology expands to include people with differing backgrounds and perspectives.
Women have made progress in leadership roles in our academic societies and training programs, but progress toward equity in otolaryngology has not come quickly enough.
How gender bias in research funding penalizes female physicians at every stage of their career.
A look at why health literacy is an essential part of patient care and how physicians can improve.
Keys to caring for pro athletes include restraint, being available when they need care and using professionalism as your guide.
High-tech tools such as virtual surgical planning (VSP) and 3D-printed implants are helping otolaryngologists treat patients with complex facial trauma with more accuracy for improved outcomes.
Despite dips in the number performed, sinus surgery still plays an essential role in the treatment of invasive fungal rhinosinusitis.
An expert panel reviewed the main changes to thryoid cancer management from molecular testing to surveillance in select cases, and from nerve monitoring to the choice between total thyroidectomy over hemi-thyroidectomy for certain tumors.
While research is flourishing, questions linger about the microbiome and its role in otolaryngology.
At the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting, panelists offered insight into Meniere’s, a disease that poses challenges to clinicians.