Otolaryngologists certified in sleep medicine, sleep surgery in position to offer both CPAP, surgical treatment to patients
Articles tagged with "fellowship"
The opportunity to gain more surgical experience as a facial plastics fellow was enticing to Hussein Samji, MD, MPH, as he finished his residency at Stanford University School of Medicine in Palo Alto, Calif., in 2010. But after exposure to some of the more mundane aspects of the subspecialty during screening interviews, Dr. Samji said he knew it wasn’t the career path for him.
What should residency/fellowship program directors and residents making career choices know about recent trends regarding otolaryngology-head and neck surgery residents? Background: Otolaryngology, which over the years has evolved into a complex regional surgical subspecialty, remains one of the most highly sought after specialties among medical students. No recent studies have investigated specific fellowship preferences among residents, […]
Two studies presented at recent Triological Society meetings, both of which surveyed former otolaryngology residents about current otolaryngology surgical training and postgraduate practice and referrals, shed light on the direction in which the specialty’s training may need to move.
As otolaryngologists and facial plastic surgeons, we are fortunate to have the opportunity to perform many challenging operations of the head and neck.