We look forward to our 2022 Combined Sections Meeting in Coronado. Thank you to our Program Chair, Paul Willging, MD who, together with the Program Co-Chair, Sujana Chandrasekhar, MD and the program committee, has assembled an innovative program including panels, papers and video sessions of interest to all otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons, who are in community based practice or affiliated with academic institutions. The Hotel Del Coronado is located on picturesque Coronado Island, just a short distance from downtown San Diego. The Hotel Del has much to offer attendees and their families. We look forward to welcoming you to our meeting in Coronado and are confident that our scientific forum will meet all of your expectations. Your participation in the meeting is essential for its success.

COVID Vaccination Required

We continue to monitor COVID and assure you that the safety of our attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and staff is of the utmost importance. Therefore, we are requiring all attendees, exhibitors and Triological staff to be fully vaccinated at the 2022 Combined Sections Meeting. For more information on our COVID Protocols, click here.

Continuing Medical Education

Hotel Information

All educational sessions, posters, exhibits, and events will be held at the hotel.

Hotel Del Coronado • 1500 Orange Ave • Coronado, CA 92118
Phone: 800-468-3533 • Hotel Information: www.hoteldel.com DO NOT USE THIS LINK TO RESERVE HOTEL ROOMS

Guest Room Reservation Link

Reservation Deadline – Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Make reservations online through the Guest Room Reservation Link above. The latest meeting news will also be on this page as it becomes available. ONLINE RESERVATIONS ARE ENCOURAGED. Reservations may also be made by phone, 800-468-3533 and referencing the Triological Society Meeting.

Space is limited and reservations received after WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2021, or after the room block fills are subject to rate and space availability. A one night deposit is required at the time of booking. Cancellations must be made 72 hours prior to arrival date in order to receive a full deposit refund. Check in time is 4:00 pm. While every effort will be made to accommodate guests arriving prior the check in time, rooms may not be immediately available. Checkout time is 11:00 am.

To obtain the meeting and exhibit space required for this meeting, the Triological Society must commit to a minimum number of guest rooms. If that commitment is not met, the Triological Society may incur financial penalties. We appreciate your support of these efforts by booking your reservation within the Triological Society room block. A discounted rate of $275/per night plus applicable state and local taxes and a $15 resort fee per room which includes guest WiFi access, complimentary beach yoga and fitness center, live streaming of Netflix, Pandora and YouTube, and local and toll free calls.

Heralded as one of America’s most beautiful beach resorts, The Del is a San Diego conference hotel like no other. The sprawling Victorian landmark has a rich and colorful heritage that sets it apart. The Del’s contemporary and luxurious amenities are what draw business groups and guests back year after year. Guestrooms at Hotel Del Coronado exude a classic yet modern style with a relaxing and casual sophistication to accentuate its captivating beachfront setting. Explore Coronado Island by bike, tee up at one of San Diego’s outstanding golf courses, take a surfing or stand-up paddle board lesson, sail off during sunset or simply relax on the Del’s beautiful white sand beach. With year-round sunshine and a dedicated recreation staff, come and enjoy this Southern California playground.

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Resort and Area Activities

The Spa at The Del highlights the healing properties of the sea and offers a wealth of relaxing treatments and beauty therapies, including organic facials, body scrubs, slimming wraps and deep tissue massage. The private terrace with vanishing edge pool overlooking the Pacific provides the ultimate therapeutic retreat. Conference attendees can enjoy a 10% discount on any 50 minute spa service by mentioning “The Triological Society” upon checkout. Full spa menu.

The Fitness Center features top equipment, certified personal trainers, and a wide range of classes. Information and the fitness schedule.

Pool and Beach – Relax and enjoy the sun poolside at the main swimming pool or hot tub. Complimentary pool towels, chaise lounge chairs, and umbrellas are provided. Check out the oceanfront landscape, the perfect place to build a sand castle, search for seashells or swim.

On Site Shopping – A variety of unique gifts for the whole family are available at more than 15 shops at The Del.

Children’s Programs – DelVenture is a colorful center for children, ages 5-12, featuring 1 hour activities during the day or 3 hour evening adventures. For the current schedule and to reserve your DelVenture.

Area Shopping and Dining – Coronado is great for recreational shopping with over 100 shops and boutiques. Browse along Orange Avenue for fashions or a Coronado souvenir. Ferry Landing and Loews Coronado Bay Resort also offer great shops and boutiques. Coronado has over 70 cafes and restaurants offering everything from fresh seafood and ethnic fare to the best ice cream ever! Dining and Shopping Guides.

Golf Services – There is no shortage of remarkable golf courses in the San Diego area and the Coronado Municipal Golf Course is no exception! Just minutes from the Hotel Del, this course is set beneath the Coronado Bridge and has some of the best views of the harbor and San Diego skyline. This scenic course along Glorietta Bay has open tree lined fairways, large greens, and is ideal for the recreational golfer. William Francis Bell, original designer of Torrey Pines Golf Course, redesigned Coronado Golf Course in 1968. The Triological golf outing will be held at the Coronado Municipal Golf Course on Friday, January 21st. Additional information about the Triological Society Golf Outing can be found here.

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Exhibits and Marketing Opportunities

The Exhibit Hall provides attendees the opportunity to network with representatives from instrument companies, pharmaceutical companies, diagnostic equipment companies, publishers, public service companies, and others. Attendees are encouraged to visit the exhibits for information that may assist in their pursuit of improved patient care. There will be a daily raffle as well as a grand prize to be awarded at the end of the meeting.

Important Dates

November 1, 2021 – On line registration opens
December 22, 2021 – Hotel reservation deadline
December 18, 2021 through January 10, 2022 – Manuscript submission to The Laryngoscope or Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology
January 12, 2022 – Last day to request and receive a refund
January 12, 2022 – Online meeting registration closes at 11:59 pm Central Standard Time. Onsite registration only after this date

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Meeting Information for Attendees

Meeting Information for Presenters

Meeting Registration – register for meeting

We continue to monitor COVID and assure you that the safety of our attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and staff is of the utmost importance. Therefore, we are requiring all attendees, exhibitors and Triological staff to be fully vaccinated at the 2022 Combined Sections Meeting.  For more information on our COVID Protocols, click here.

Meeting registration includes entrance to the scientific sessions, the exhibit hall, poster viewing, program materials, continental breakfast each day, lunch on Thursday and Saturday, the Welcome Reception, and the Poster Reception. The Thesis Seminar is offered on a complimentary basis to candidates and potential candidates for Fellowship in the Triological Society (pre-registration is required). All registration is online through a secure site. We cannot accept paper forms or checks.

Online meeting registration closes at 11:59 pm Central Standard Time on January 12, 2022. After January 12th, registration will be available onsite only. Requests for refunds must be made by or before January 12, 2022.  Email marsha@triological.org. “No shows” will not receive a refund.

*Attendees may only take advantage of the Corporate Representative rate if their company has not exhibited at any previous Triological Society meeting. If your company has exhibited in the past, you may only attend as an exhibitor.

Meeting Activities

Scientific Program

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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Meeting Schedule at a Glance

Travel Information

Air Travel Information

A special meeting discount on United Airlines is available for Triological Society meeting attendees. These special discounts are available by booking directly online or through a United travel agent.

Online – www.united.com — When booking online, please enter ZKEJ275506 in the Promotion Code field to receive your discount.  Area/Zone fares based on geographic location are also available with no Saturday night stay required.

Phone – United Airlines: 800-426-1122
7:00 am – 9:00 pm CST; Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm CST; Saturday – Sunday
Z Code: ZKEJ
Agreement Code: 275506

San Diego International Airport is approximately 25 minutes/9 miles from the Hotel Del.

Ground Transportation

Taxi – Taxi service is located curbside at the San Diego International Airport. Approximate fare is $40 one-way.

Airport Shuttle – Shuttle arrangements can be made through any of the participating shuttle services found here.

Rideshare – Hotel Del Coronado has teamed up with Uber to provide safe and easy transport to your destination. To get your first Uber ride free (up to $20), sign up here or download the app and enter the promo code HOTELDEL.

Reserve your ride in advance to ensure that you are picked up and dropped off at the exact time required.

Limousine Service – Arrangements can be made through LaCosta Limousine, the official transportation company of the Hotel Del. A round trip sedan with curbside pickup is approximately $135 and a “Meet & Greet” is $143 plus gratuity. Please call 888-299-5466 to make reservations.

Car Rental – Special meeting rates are available through Avis. Check back soon here for the discount code.

Driving Directions – Directions are available here.

Parking: Day visitor and hotel guest self-parking is available. Valet service is currently unavailable. The most up to date parking information.

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Social and Networking Events

Vice Presidents’ Welcome Reception (included in registration fee)

Thursday, January 20th – 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

You are invited to mingle with your colleagues and guests and meet Triological Society candidates, as well as discuss the first day of the program and the upcoming scientific sessions and meeting events. This reception will be hosted by the four Section Vice Presidents, Drs. Eibling, Thompson, Donovan and Wang. Light appetizers and beverages will be provided.

Continental Breakfast and Breaks (included in registration fee)

Continental breakfast will be available in the exhibit hall and poster area each morning. All refreshment breaks will take place in the exhibit hall and poster area.

Lunches in the Exhibit Hall (included in registration fee)

Lunch will be available in the exhibit hall/ poster area on Thursday and Saturday giving you an additional opportunity to visit with exhibitors and learn about the latest technology and products available as well as time to network with your colleagues.

“Meet the Authors” Poster Reception Followed by Closing Reception on the Beach (included in registration fee)

Saturday – January 22nd – 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Attendees are encouraged to meet the poster presenters and discuss the latest in their clinical and research material.

Golf Outing

Friday afternoon – January 21st

The annual golf outing will be held at the Coronado Municipal Golf Course. Registration and fee required.

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Photography, Audio and Video Recording

Photographs and recordings will be taken during the 2022 Combined Sections Meeting. These media may be used in Society educational, news, or promotional materials. Photographs may be used in print, electronic or other media.

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Who to Contact

Meeting and Event Registration – Marsha Holbert, Triological Society, 402-346-5500, marsha@triological.org

Hotel/Housing, Special Needs and Logistical Questions – Diana Shkap, American College of Surgeons, 312-202-5033, dshkap@facs.org

CME Information – Beth Slovinski, Triological Society, 402-346-5500, beth@triological.org

Exhibits/Marketing Opportunities – Randon Marks, American College of Surgeons, 773-550-0614, rmarks@facs.org

For the Latest Information: The meeting schedule is subject to change. For the most current information, health and safety protocols, and session descriptions, visit this website.

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Policies

COVID Protocols – As noted in all communications, all attendees, exhibitors and Society staff must be vaccinated and have proof of vaccination.

Refunds – Requests for refund of registration and guest passport fees must be made in writing by or before January 12, 2022. Email marsha@triological.org or fax 402-346- 5300. There is a $50 processing fee for all refunds.

Registration Substitution – Meeting attendee substitution from one attendee to another is not permitted.

Security – Badges must be worn to gain entry into the exhibit hall, educational sessions and all events. We appreciate your cooperation.

Dress Code – Business attire is required for all presenters. Business casual attire is appropriate for scientific sessions and events.

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Conference Checkin / Registration

All attendees must check in at the registration area prior to attending educational sessions or meeting events. Badges must be worn at all times. Attendees will not be issued a badge without providing proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Attendees not wearing badges will not be permitted into the educational sessions, exhibit and poster area, or any meeting events. Onsite registration will be open on the following dates and times:

Wednesday, January 19 – 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Thursday, January 20 – 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday, January 21 – 7:00 am – 12:30 pm
Saturday, January 22 – 7:00 am – 6:00 pm

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