Fewer female otolaryngologists are lacking in senior academic positions and more remain unmarried with fewer children when compared with their male counterparts.
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Dr. Taffet, a practicing otolaryngologist at the Phoenix Sinus Center in Arizona, discusses how the art of skydiving has helped him relieve stress.
A healthy work/life integration can promote health and reduce burnout.
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.
Deciding when to stop performing surgeries is a tough decision for many surgeons. Here’s a look at some of the key points to consider.
In a study that reported the most satisfying jobs in the United States, physicians were not even among the top 10.
Listen to Triological Society Executive Vice President Myles Pensak, MD, discuss physician leadership, the value of society membership, networking, and … golf.
Here are some opportunities to get involved at the top and help to shape the future of medicine.
The three keys to the annual meetings of the Triological Society, the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS): prepare, meet, and follow-up.
How to choose path is right for you