General, concurrent, and panel presentations will cover the full array of subspecialties in Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery as well as general otolaryngology topics of interest to all physicians. Our popular sessions, including the “How I Do It” video sessions, and “Triological Best Practices” are just two of the highlights of the program. Numerous breakout sessions will allow greater specialty specific topics to be covered in complete detail. The final poster presentations and “Meet the Authors” Poster Reception will take place on Saturday evening.
Continuing Medical Education
CME has been applied for this activity. Additional information will be available in web updates and the final program.
“Meet the Authors” Poster Reception Followed by Closing Reception on the Beach
Clinical and Research Posters will be available for viewing throughout the duration of the program. The “Meet the Authors” Poster Reception will be held on Saturday evening. Poster awards will be given in numerous categories. Poster authors will be available to discuss their posters with the attendees.
Triological Society Business Meetings – (Triological Society Fellows Only)
The Section business meetings will be held on Friday and Saturday mornings from 7:00 am – 7:50 am, prior to the scientific sessions. The Southern and Western Section business meetings will be held concurrently on Friday morning and the Middle and Eastern Section business meetings will be held concurrently on Saturday.
Triological Society Thesis Seminar – (preregistration required)
Building your Triological Thesis: Planning, Starting and Finishing – Friday, January 21st – 12:45 – 1:30 pm
This seminar is for Triological Society active candidates as well as those interested in pursuing Active Fellowship in the Triological Society. Candidates will learn how to select and focus on an appropriate topic and research question, how to select a study design based on the research question, and how to select variables. The seminar will present some useful tips on organizing, analyzing, and presenting the data, and sources of funding for continued investigation. The seminar will be conducted by Daniel Deschler, MD, Thesis Committee Chair. You must preregister for this seminar to ensure that minimum registration numbers are met. There is no fee for this seminar. We may not be able to accept walk-ins based on space limitations. Register online.
Resident Bowl Competition
Friday, January 21st – 1:00 – 2:15 pm
Who will bring home the trophy? Come and cheer for your favorite team and match your knowledge against the resident teams. During this interactive session, resident teams answer questions to try and prove they are the best in the competition. You won’t want to miss this exciting and energy-filled session. No fee, however advanced registration is required.
Special Reception for 2020 and 2021 New Fellows – (New Fellows and Triological Society Members Only)
Friday, January 21st – 6:30 pm
Laryngoscope Peer Reviewer Seminar
Saturday, January 22nd – Noon – 1:00 pm
This session is open to current reviewers and those interested in becoming reviewers for The Laryngoscope. This interactive session, presented by Samuel Selesnick, MD, Editor-in- Chief of The Laryngoscope, is intended to give advice on the peer review process and how to improve the quality of reviews. Time will be allocated for questions and discussion.
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