A more diverse workforce helps healthcare professionals learn from one another as otolaryngology expands to include people with differing backgrounds and perspectives.
Articles tagged with "otolaryngology"
How gender bias in research funding penalizes female physicians at every stage of their career.
Dr. Taffet, a practicing otolaryngologist at the Phoenix Sinus Center in Arizona, discusses how the art of skydiving has helped him relieve stress.
Dr. Samkon Gado has had the good fortune to have found two careers to love—professional football and medicine.
ENTtoday spent a few minutes with Alessandra Colaianni, a surgical resident at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, to find out how she keeps up with her passion for non-fiction writing, while maintaining a busy schedule.
Otolaryngologists wrote nearly 1 million days’ worth of opioids to Medicare beneficiaries in 2015.
Chen’s first operating room experience reminded her of the rush she always felt performing on stage as a concert pianist and chamber musician.
Physicians gather at COSM for the 2018 Triological Society Annual Meeting.
2017 continues to bring changes to healthcare that will impact otolaryngology for years to come
Experts discuss quality initiatives for otolaryngologists to manage risk