Allison Slijepcevic, MD, (Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis) moderates a case-based discussion of airway management in the setting of pan facial fractures as a cause of upper airway obstruction, direct laryngeal injury, and penetrating neck trauma, a podcast commissioned by the AAO-HNS Trauma Committee. She is joined by otolaryngologist-head and neck surgeons from the Washington University School of Medicine: Emily A. Spataro, MD; Joseph P. Bradley, MD; Molly N. Huston, MD; and Patrik Pipkorn, MD. This is the second in a series of trauma-related podcasts coordinated by Sarah Akkina, MD, MS (UW Medicine) and Dr. Slijepcevic.
Susan R. Cordes, MD discusses establishing international research and educational collaborations for the International Young Physicians Forum.
Julie L. Wei, MD discusses wellness strategies during the time of the Covid pandemic for the International Young Physicians Forum.
Leslie R. Kim, MD discusses how to build your brand for the International Young Physicians Forum.
AAO-HNS President, Carol R. Bradford, MD, discusses leadership in the community for the International Young Physicians Forum.
Jeffrey P. Simons, MD, AAO-HNSF Coordinator for Education, is joined by Richard V. Smith, MD, past Coordinator for Education for a discussion on FLEX, AAO-HNSF’s new flagship education product. FLEX – Focused Lifelong Education Xperience launching in September, is positioned to enhance otolaryngology education through creative and contemporary learning modalities spanning across the specialty.
Minka L. Schofield, MD, member of the Annual Meeting Program Committee, moderates a podcast discussion with Mark K. Wax, MD, Annual Meeting Program Coordinator, and Daniel C. Chelius, Jr., MD, Coordinator-Elect, to discuss the innovative plans for the AAO-HNSF 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting & OTO Experience. Listen for more details about how attendees can engage with colleagues from around the world in this virtual format while having access to 300+ hours of education and science, from ePosters and Oral Scientific Presentations to Panel Presentations, Expert Lectures, the International Symposium, and more! Dr. Schofield aptly noted, "Even though the theme was chosen prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no other theme that would ring more true at this time. As we bring together the word of otolaryngology, now more than ever, We Are One."
Sarah Akkina, MD, MS, otolaryngology resident at University of Washington (UW) Medicine Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, moderates the AAO-HNS Trauma Committee's first podcast to discuss the leading and latest recommendations for the management of craniofacial trauma. She is joined by Allison Slijepcevic, MD, otolaryngology-head and neck surgery resident at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis; Neal D. Futran, MD, DMD, former chair of the Trauma Committee, the Allison T. Wanamaker professor and endowed chair of the UW Medicine Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery and director of Head and Neck Surgery as well as an adjunct professor in the Departments of Plastic Surgery and Neurological Surgery; Kris S. Moe, MD, professor in the UW Medicine Departments of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery and Neurological Surgery and chief of the Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Maya Sardesai, MD, MEd, fellowship trained in laryngology and facial plastics and reconstructive surgery and associate professor of the in the UW Medicine Departments of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery; G. Nina Lu, MD, fellowship trained in facial plastics and reconstructive surgery and assistant professor of the in the UW Medicine Departments of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery; and Nathan Calloway, MD, current member of the Trauma Committee, and in practice at WakeMed in Raleigh, NC, with specializations in General and Oncology, otolaryngology, and head and neck surgery.
Duane J. Taylor, MD, AAO-HNS/F President, and Medical Director of Le Visage ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery, in Bethesda, Maryland, United States, is joined by Gayle E. Woodson, MD, AAO-HNS/F Past President, Professor Emeritus and Former Chair of Otolaryngology at Southern Illinois University, and visiting Professor at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Center in Tanzania; Titus S. Ibekwe, MBBS, FWACS, Professor and Head of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology at the University of Abuja and University of Abuja Teaching Hospital in Nigeria, and former Vice Chair to the AAO-HNSF International Advisory Board; Johannes J. Fagan, MBChB, FCS(SA), Leon Goldman Professor and Chair of the Division of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) at the University of Cape Town, in South Africa and former Chair of the AAO-HNSF International Advisory Board; Mohammad A. Gomaa, MD, Professor of Otorhinolaryngology at Minia University in Egypt to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Africa.
Cristina Cabrera-Muffly, MD, AAO-HNS Diversity and Inclusion Committee Chair and associate professor, residency program director, Department of OHNS, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, with Erynne Faucett, MD, pediatric otolaryngologist at the Phoenix Children's Hospital; Keith Chadwick, MD, Fellow at the Sean Parker Institute for the Voice; and Scott P. Stringer, MD, MS, professor and chair of the Department of Otolaryngology and Communicative Sciences at the UMMC, to discuss allyship.
Sonya Malekzadeh, MD, Residency Program Director and Professor of Otolaryngology at Georgetown University School of Medicine, is joined by Stacey T. Gray, MD, Residency Program Director at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Sinus Center at Massachusetts Eye and Ear; Jeffrey P. Simons, MD, AAO-HNSF Coordinator of Education and Professor of Otolaryngology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Richard V. Smith, MD, past AAO-HNSF Coordinator of Education and Interim Chair of the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine; and Carla V. Valenzuela, MD, a PGY3 Resident at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Chair of the AAO-HNS Section for Residents and Fellows-in-Training, to discuss the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on resident education and how approaches may change moving forward.
Maria V. Suurna, MD, Dr. Hussain Abdulrahman Al Rand, Dubai, UAE; Dr. Med. Clemens Heiser, Munich, Germany; Dr. Marco Aurelia Safadí, São Paulo, Brazil; Professor Yilai Shu, Shanghai, China; Professor Claudio Vicini, Forli, Italy
Gavin Setzen, MD, AAO-HNS/F Past President; Albert L. Merati, MD, AAO-HNS/F Past President; Sujana S. Chandrasekhar, MD, AAO-HNS/F Past President; Cherie-Ann Nathan, MD, President of the AHNS; Joseph K. Han, MD, President-Elect of the; and Margo K. McKenna, MD, Director, Pediatric Otolaryngology at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
David M. Cognetti, MD, Associate Professor and Co-Director, Thomas Jefferson University Center for Head and Neck Surgery in Philadelphia, PA; Arvind K. Badhey, MD, a PGY-5 ENT Resident at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai in New York City; Usmaan Basharat, MD, an ENT intern in the same program.
Julie L. Wei, MD, Division Chief of ENT & Audiology at Nemours Children’s Health System and Director of Resident & Faculty Wellbeing; Jo A. Shapiro, MD, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Harvard Medical School; Sonya Malekzadeh, MD, Professor of Otolaryngology, and Director of the Residency Program at Georgetown University; and Aviad Haramati, PhD, Professor of Physiology, and co-leader, faculty training program in Mind-Body Medicine at Georgetown Hospital.
James C. Denneny III, MD, AAO-HS/F Executive Vice President and CEO is joined by Gavin Setzen, MD, AAO-HNS/F Past President and partner at Albany ENT & Allergy Services; Ronald B. Kuppersmith, MD, MBA, AAO-HNS/F Past President, partner at Texas ENT & Allergy; Stacey L. Ishman, MD, MPH, Surgical Director for the Upper Airway Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center; and Marc G. Dubin, MD, Chair, Board of Managers, Centers for Advanced ENT Care in Baltimore, MD.
James C. Denneny III, MD, AAO-HNS/F EVP/CEO; Eugene G. Brown III, MD, Partner at Charleston ENT & Allergy Associates, and Board, OASIS Clinically Integrated Network; Cecilia E. Schmalbach, MD, Professor & Chair, Department of Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery at Temple University, Director, Temple Head & Neck Institute, and AAO-HNSF Coordinator for Research and Quality; Joel Selanikio, MD, physician, technologist, entrepreneur, emergency responder, TED speaker and medical futurist.
Jo Shapiro, MD, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Harvard Medical School, and founder of the Center for Professionalism and Peer Support at Brigham and Women’s Hospital; William Blythe, MD, Partner at East Alabama ENT; Sonya Malekzadeh, MD, Professor of Otolaryngology, and Director of the Residency Program at Georgetown University; Julie Wei, MD, Division Chief of ENT and Audiology at Nemours Children’s Health System and Director of Resident and Faculty Wellbeing.
James C. Denneny III, MD, AAO-HNS/F Executive Vice President and CEO is joined by Ronald B. Kuppersmith, MD, Past President, AAO-HNS/F, Partner at Texas ENT & Allergy, and Professor of Surgery at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, Douglas D. Backous, MD, Proliance Surgeons in Seattle, WA, AAO-HNS Board of Directors, and Kevin Watson, CEO of Colorado ENT and Allergy, and Past President of ASCENT to discuss emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic in clinical and surgery settings.
James C. Denneny III, MD, AAO-HNS/F Executive Vice President/CEO, is joined by Paul L. Friedlander, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Otolaryngology, at Tulane Medical Center, and Daniel W. Nuss, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans, to discuss lessons learned from their experiences in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and how they might be applied in preparation to resume practice.
Susan D. McCammon, MD, Professor of Otolaryngology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and past Chair of the AAO-HNS Ethics Committee is joined by Andrew G. Shuman, MD, Assistant Professor, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Michigan Medical School, Chief of the ENT Section of the Surgery Service, VA Ann Arbor Health System, and Chief of the Clinical Ethics Service, Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine (CBSSM) to discuss ethics during the COVID-19 pandemic.
William R. Blythe, MD, AAO-HNS Board of Directors, and Partner at East Alabama ENT is joined by Jo A. Shapiro, MD, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Harvard Medical School, and founder of the Center for Professionalism and Peer Support at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (and who is currently recovering from COVID-19), and Julie L. Wei, MD, Division Chief of ENT and Audiology at Nemours Children’s Health System discuss the importance of physician wellness during COVID-19.
Lance A. Manning, MD, Chair of the AAO-HNS Practice Management Education Committee and Chair Elect of the BOG is joined by Douglas M. Hildrew, MD, Chair of the AAO-HNS Telemedicine Committee and Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Yale School of Medicine, Division of Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery, and Lawrence M. Simon, MD, former AAO-HNS CPT Advisor, member of AMA’s CPT Editorial Panel, and Regional Medical Director for BCBS of Louisiana to discuss the rapid adaption of telemedicine during COVID-19.
Gavin Setzen, MD, Past President of AAO-HNS/F is joined by Carol Bradford, MD, MS, President Elect of AAO-HNS/F, and Executive Vice Dean for Academic Affairs at the University of Michigan Medical School and Chief Academic Officer Michigan Medicine, and Tricia Long, Immediate Past President, ASCENT, and Practice Administrator at Allergy & ENT Associates of Middle Tennessee in a discussion of relevant business topics and private and academic practice workflows during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ken Kazahaya, MD, MBA, Chair of the AAO-HNS Infectious Disease Committee, shares the epidemiology of COVID-19, including strategies for flattening the curve, symptoms of COVID-19, rate of recovery and mortality, CDC recommendations for healthcare workers exposed to COVID-19, and more. This is based on data, research, and CDC guidance available as of March 31, 2020.