AAO-HNSF 2023 Annual Meeting & OTO Experience - It's a special place to meet, educate, talk, meet new colleagues, inspire, discuss, innovate, learn, share, explore, connect...and more! It's on your calendar as a save-the-date that may seem a bit far in the future, but as the days go by, fall gets closer and closer. With registration for the 127th Annual Convention opening soon, now is the time to shift your focus from watching the save-the-date conference to planning your “must do” lists of your must-see, must-see, and must-do lists.
Once again, this innovative, engaging and educational program was carefully designed, with the experience of the participants at the center of the program thanks to the hard work and dedication of the participants.Daniel C. Chelius, Jr., MD, Convention Program Coordinator, MemberAnnual Meeting of the Program Committee, and personal.
Set your goals and travel plansNashville, Tennessee, you will join the global ENT community to share knowledge and expertise, discuss the latest advances and cutting-edge technologies, attend and access educational sessions covering a wide range of specialties, and simply connect with each other. We especially look forward to welcoming international colleagues from around the world who were unable to attend last year's conference in Philadelphia due to travel restrictions. There isn't another opportunity like this to network with colleagues, gain tools to help manage high-quality patient care, learn from experts and each other, and gain valuable insight into the ENT field.
Preliminary schedule at a glance
preliminaryschedule listThis list of planning options is not exhaustive. Stay tuned for the full program available online. We are also launching an #OTOMTG23 interactive meeting app that allows you to customize your schedule in advance and navigate your conference experience from your smartphone or tablet. It will also include access to the web browser.
The conference will offer many opportunities to help you learn about the latest cutting-edge research and best practices, engage in dynamic networking, enjoy wellness activities, and interact to discover the latest products from more than 250 companies and discover the OTO Experience Showroom.
Here are some highlights from the program to energize you for the future. This includes new conference elements, elements that have been improved based on feedback, and evergreen offerings that attendees trust and expect each year.
The president's reception:Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
Saturday, September 30 at 6:30-8:30 p.m.
plan your arrivalthe president's reception, the opening event of the annual meeting is not to be missed. Hit the electric drums or backing vocals by Ray Charles and the Raelettes, mix your own tunes in the studio, and stop by the studio where Elvis recorded "Questful Thoughts." Learn about legendary musicians past and present. This is the perfect venue for opening night. Take a moment to enjoy this unforgettable networking opportunity to meet old friends and make new ones.
Opening ceremony:Country Music Hall of Fame Museum
Sunday, October 1 at 8:00 a.m. m.
The start time of the first day of the event isopening ceremony- Delivered from the auditorium of this year's special venue, the Nashville Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, located across from the Music City Center. Presentations include the president of the AAO-HNS/FKathleen L. Yaremchuk, MD, MSA,Medical Ethics Lecture with John Conley, MD, on "Building and Sustaining a Career: A Gender Equity Perspective," by:Dra. Jennifer R. Grandis.The ceremony will include professional videos, management presentations and a presidential citation.
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For participants looking to optimize their CME/MOC credit earning potential, we are pleased to offer this program enhancement. The CME Enthusiast Circuit will hold back-to-back sessions every hour beginning the Sunday following the Opening Ceremony, continuously every day from 7:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. m. to 6:30 p.m. m., except Wednesdays, which end at noon when the session is suspended.
Coffee Talk with PPSG - Tips and Tools for Success
Roundtable discussions on top business challenges led by thought leaders from the AAO-HNS Private Practice Research Group.
Industrial entrepreneurs will present their first, not yet widely commercializedAccessible, an innovation in the field of ENT.
Executive Vice President/CEO Spotlight Series
The series is determined by the Executive Vice President/CEO of AAO-HNS/F,James C. Denneny III, MD,Presents current sessions on the latest advances in the specialty, including a special session with the American Board of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery (see below for more information on the special session).
Sessions by recognized experts on current diagnostic approaches, therapeutic approaches, and practice management topics.
(Boards, departments, international advisory committees and private practice research groups)
This heretournamentSessions held during the Annual Meeting are open to all attendees and provide an excellent opportunity to learn about the work and initiatives of the Council, Division of Residents and Fellows in Training (SRF), Division of Women in Otolaryngology (WIO), the Young Physicians Section (YPS), International Advisory Board (IAB) and Private Practice Study Group (PPSG).
Participate in structured discussions with recognized thought leaders on some of the most controversial topics in the profession.
- John Conley, MD Conference on Medical Ethics
- Jennifer Grandis, MD: "Building and Maintaining a Career: A Gender Perspective"
- Eugene N. Myers, MD International Conference on Head and Neck Cancer
- Francisco Marchal, MD
- H. Bryan Neel III, MD, PhD Distinguished Research Lecture
- Theresa A. Hadlock, MD: "Facial Nerve Investigation: Bank, Bedside, and More"
- Cotton-Fitton Pediatric Otolaryngology Conference
- Dana L. Suskind, MD: "Outside the OR: Observations of a Surgical Social Scientist"
- Howard P. House, MD Memorial lecture on advances in otology
- Dra. Nancy M. Young:"Precision Medicine for Better Outcomes: Neurocognitive Machine Learning Enables Language Prediction in Children"
Events include international congress, internationalReturn of the Advisory Council meeting and international reception (all international participants are invited).
Include interesting research submissions that are new, innovative, contemporary, and of high scientific interest that may not be available in time for the general abstract submission deadline.
Introduction to the video of the Master of Surgery
Demonstration video of key surgical procedures performed by ENT head and neck surgeons.
medical student track
These courses are specially designed for medical students. including the board of directorsThe Governor's Student Forum with breakfast,Harry Barnes Med Student Events,Scientific poster tour organized by the Young Doctor Section, and more.
Get to know the Reception of Authors of Science Posters
Ask questions and share experiences with over 500 posters in a truly interactive session that offers CME/MOC credit.
At lunchtime, wide-ranging but relaxed discussions moderated by subject matter experts focus on clinical and professional issues.
Interactive, detailed and up-to-date presentations on controversial topics from a variety of perspectives.
Quick poster presentation.
Hear from top authors about the top-ranked scientific poster presentations in each subspecialty.
scientific oral presentation
Brief podium presentations focus on current evidence-based research, scientific clinical and surgical methods and their application to patient care.
Interactive hands-on lessons and activities to enhance surgical skills training. thisInclude reliable meeting minutes throughout the session, including:Worst Case Scenario: Tackle OTO emergencies in hands-on workshops, SIM Tank, and popular mock shows and receptions.
new! special meeting
The American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (ABOHNS) will host a special session with Executive Director Brian Nussenbaum, MD, MHCM, to discuss upcoming changes to the credentialing process.
Wellness Activity: OTO at Sunrise Yoga and Running
It's back... events are better than ever! TheseWellness activities will resume normal operations in 2023 after pausing in 2021 and 2022. Sunrise Yoga and OTO on the Run will run Sunday through Tuesday with guided tours of Nashville's most popular attractions, giving participants the flexibility of attend both events and be able to fit these wellness activities into their schedules.