Topics in Otolaryngology Short Course (12 AMA PRA – Category 1 CME)


This 12 unit course is consistent with a seminar of 3-4 days duration and includes 6 CDs and accompanying detailed written summaries on the material discussed by the lecturer on each CD.

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Course Description

Innovations in Otolaryngology
Audio-Digest Otolaryngology (1/7/23)
Current State of HPV Vaccines – W. Martin Kast, PhD
New Treatments and Technology in Laryngology – Karla O’Dell, MD – Omid B. Mehdizadeh, MD – James Pazak, CCC-SLP
Upper Airway Stimulation Therapy for Obstructive Sleep Apnea – Nicholas J. Scalzitti, MD

Current Trends in Otolaryngology
Audio-Digest Otolaryngology (12/21/22)
Esophageal Coin: When Can You Bougie? – Sophie G. Shay, MD
Management of Nasal Polyps – Jivianne Lee, MD – Greg Davis, MD, MPH – Dennis M. Tang, MD – Edward Kuan, MD
Literature Updates from the American Rhinologic Society – John R. Craig, MD – Ashoke Khanwalkar, MD


Current Concepts in Otology
Audio-Digest Otolaryngology (12/7/22)
Clinical Practice Guideline for Meniere Disease – Steven A. Harvey, MD
Update on Hearing Rehabilitation – David R. Friedland, MD, PhD
Clinical Practice Guideline for Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss – David R. Friedland, MD, PhD

Audio-Digest Otolaryngology (11/21/22)
Failed Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) – Pete S. Batra, MD
Otosclerosis: From Diagnosis, to Outcome – Eric Sargent, MD
Epistaxis: Clinical Practice Guidelines – David M. Poetker, MD, MA

Head and Neck Updates
Audio-Digest Otolaryngology (11/7/22)
Imaging, Biopsy, and Molecular Testing of Thyroid Nodules – Jennifer D. Bruening, MD
Diagnostic and Surgical Considerations for Hyperparathyroidism – Vaninder Kaur Dhillon, MD

Reflux/Postnasal Drip/Allergic Rhinitis
Audio-Digest Otolaryngology (10/21/22)
Update on Reflux – Joel H. Blumin, MD
Fundoplication for Laryngopharyngeal Reflux – Jonathan Bock, MD
Postnasal Drip – Joel H. Blumin, MD – Jonathan Bock, MD
Review of Clinical Practice Guidelines for Allergic Rhinitis – Christopher M. Long, MD


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Cancellation Policy

A course may be cancelled up to 7 days before the seminar is scheduled to take place. Once we recieve back the seminar material we will refund your tuition, minus a $50 administrative fee, to your credit card.

COURSE MATERIALS CANNOT BE REISSUED. Keep your original course materials and photocopies of your test forms until you have received full credit and documentation from TMS. Replacement test forms will be provided at a charge of $15 per test form. No exceptions.

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