ANNOUNCEMENTS 


OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGY OPEN IS ACCEPTING MANUSCRIPTS

Congratulations to our 2022 Cochrane scholars!

Tiffany Peng Hwa, MD
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
Renee M. Banakis Hartl, MD, AuD
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI

COURSES/CONFERENCES from OUR MEMBER INSTITUTIONS & OTHER VENUES

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COURSE: Stanford Otology Update 2022 
DATE: November 3-5, 2022
This conference will address the effective diagnosis and management of common, clinically relevant otologic disorders. The course content is designed to enhance clinical practice of providers caring for patients with otologic disorders. It will cover topics involving all aspects of diagnosis, medical management, and surgical intervention, as well as applying risk  reduction techniques, ordering and interpreting diagnostic testing, and evaluating evidenced-based data. 
CLICK HERE FOR DETAILED COURSE INFORMATION

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1st Annual Advance Techniques and Technology in interior and lateral skull base surgery. 
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
November 10-12, 2022
Leaders of Mount Sinai’s Skull Base Surgery Center are pleased to announce the inaugural annual anterior and lateral skull base dissection course in New York City, which will also contain a virtual lecture component for those who are unable to travel. Hosted by the Departments of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and Neurosurgery, this course is a comprehensive review with hands-on training of skull base open and endoscopic approaches.
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Did you miss the ANS webinars? You can still TUNE IN. 

ANS DocMatter Live!  - aired July 21, 2021

ANS D/I Committee/AOS presents "Achieving Equity in Surgical Healthcare" - aired June 14, 2021


The American Otological Society is not affiliated with any course or institution. Click on course title for details)

AOS/ANS ACTION STATEMENT AGAINST SYSTEMIC RACISM

The AOS and ANS stand in solidarity with our colleagues and our communities against racism and injustice.
As physicians and educators in the hearing sciences, we advocate for a combination of communication, education, and decisive action so that we may all rise up against racism, bigotry and exclusion.
Please click here to read our Action Statement as it outlines our commitment to embracing diversity and inclusion in our field, and equality in our world.