Mayo Clinic’s State of the Science Symposia is designed for otorhinolaryngologists, head and neck surgeons, and endocrinologists interested in updating their knowledge and skills. Participants may customize their educational experience by choosing to attend one or more of these focused activities: a) Comprehensive Management of Thyroid/Parathyroid Disease; b) Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery Review Course; c) Office-Based Applications of Ultrasound for Physicians and Surgeons; d) Microsurgery Skills Workshop; e) Advanced Head and Neck Reconstruction Lab.
Mayo Clinic in Arizona is pleased to announce our fourth symposium on tackling challenging sinus disease. World leaders in the fields of Otolaryngology-Rhinology, Allergy-Immunology and Basic Sciences will address the most challenging aspects of managing sinusitis and other rhinologic disorders. The format includes expert debates and brainstorming sessions in highly interactive formats. Our goal is to synthesize innovative management strategies based upon the latest evidence as well as the experience of global experts. Multiple breakout sessions are planned to fit the needs of medical and surgical practitioners managing sinonasal disease. The course welcomes Otolaryngologists, Allergists and Basic Scientists with strong interest in sinusitis and sinonasal disease. Join us in Phoenix, Arizona, the most beautiful place to be in spring 2015! We will bring to you the latest in the understanding of problematic sinonasal disease and share practical tips in optimizing outcomes from medical and surgical interventions. Course Highlights: 1). Faculty of global experts in Otolaryngology-Rhinology, Allergy-Immunology, Biochemistry, Neuroradiology, Neurology and Pathology, 2). Fiery (and evidence-based) debates between the experts!, 3). Highly interactive sessions inviting audience participation, and 4). “Speed Date the Experts!” Small group interaction with experts. Multiple workshop options: 1). Hands on cadaver dissection, 2). Hands-on nasal endoscopy training for Allergists, PCPs, Allied Health Professionals, 3). Live prosection, 4). Septal perforation repair, and 5). Frontal recess anatomy.
This conference will provide a state-of-the-art discussion on comprehensive management of Dysphagia, Laryngeal Hyper-Sensitivity, Pulmonary issues related to Dysphagia and Chronic cough, Neurologic dysphagia, and dysphagia related to Head and Neck Cancer. The intended audience includes: Physicians, PAs, NPs, and SLPs. Specialties welcome those in Otorhinolaryngology, General Surgery, Internal medicine, Speech-Language Pathology, Allergy, Gastroenterology, Pulmonology and Neurology. The course format will include evidence-based lectures, panel discussions with case presentations, and the opportunity to interact with Mayo and Guest faculty members. The program will apply for AMA Category 1 and ASHA credit.
A five day course to train physicians, fellows and residents in microvascular surgery techniques. If you are interested in this activity, contact Bill Anding, firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss potential dates.
This course gives otolaryngologists, head and neck surgeons, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and head and neck oncologists a focused educational experience in transoral endoscopic techniques for resecting primary head and neck tumors. Both transoral laser and robotic surgery will be featured, as well as flexible laser surgery in inpatient and outpatient environments.
An optional cadaveric hands-on workshop offers participants opportunities to perform various transoral procedures with laser technologies and delivery systems. Renowned faculty will emphasize fundamental transoral anatomy, microsurgical and robotic techniques, and wound exposure, as well as other transoral techniques. Workshop participants gain experience in the art of tumor exposure using various retractors and appropriate and safe use of multiple transoral systems.
Join us at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Ariz., for this exciting program that can ultimately result in better outcomes and quality of life for many of your patients. * * * * * * * * * * * ** * * * PLEASE NOTE: Due to significant interest in the optional hands-on workshop, the morning workshop is fully subscribed. A second workshop will be offered in the afternoon on Saturday, March 1. Please contact MSCPD at 480-301-4580 or e-mail email@example.com if any questions or for more details.
Bring your most difficult sinusitis cases along to this symposium for some answers! Mayo Clinic presents the
first symposium on managing your most challenging sinusitis patients. Global leaders in Otolaryngology-Rhinology, Allergy-Immunology
and Basic Sciences will come together to brainstorm in highly interactive sessions. The goal of the symposium is to synthesize such
information into offering innovative strategies and tips on medical and surgical management of the recalcitrant chronic rhinosinusitis
(CRS) patient. The course welcomes Otolaryngologists, Allergists and Basic Scientists with strong interest in CRS. Join us in Scottsdale,
Arizona, the most beautiful place to be in spring 2014! Bring together your challenging cases to discuss!
This webcast, intended for practicing otolaryngologists, physician assistants and speech-language pathologists (SLP), offers a state-of-the-art program based on a multidisciplinary team approach with new surgical techniques and vocal therapies. The agenda includes a wide variety of voice considerations, including diagnostics, surgical procedures and therapeutic management of a wide spectrum of pathologies, such as functional voice disorders, cancer, post-surgical voice reconstruction and post-laryngectomy voice rehabilitation. Course format features expert lectures, panel discussion, case presentations, audience participation and live demonstrations.
PLEASE NOTE: The hotel room blocks (and group rates) for the conference will expire on March 3rd for the Residence Inn Phoenix Desert View; and on March 6th for the JW Marriott Desert Ridge. Thank you. Conference Information: Care of voice disorders has evolved significantly over the past few decades. The focus of voice care is centered around a multidisciplinary approach with new surgical techniques and vocal therapies. This course, intended for practicing otolaryngologists, physician assistants and speech-language pathologists (SLP), offers a state-of-the-art program based on a multidisciplinary team approach. The agenda includes a wide variety of voice considerations, including diagnostics, surgical procedures and therapeutic management of a wide spectrum of pathologies, such as functional voice disorders, cancer, post-surgical voice reconstruction and post-laryngectomy voice rehabilitation. Course format features expert lectures, panel discussion, case presentations, audience participation and live demonstrations.
There are many ear, nose and throat (ENT) disorders that go unrecognized, or that can be confused with other disorders that may resemble common ENT disease processes due to confusion with overlapping symptoms or failure to recognize pertinent physical findings. Through lectures, demonstrations, a panel discussion and a hands-on skills lab, this course provides some key factors in identifying and treating a number of common ENT disorders as well as when referral to an otolaryngologist should be considered. This year's symposium features a choice between two breakout sessions: "Hands-on training in the diagnosis and treatment of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo" or "Otology Topics for Primary Care"