Academic Otolaryngology across the Career Continuum:
Managing Transition and Change
Schedule Subject to Change
OPDO Council Meeting
Open to OPDO Council Members Only
SUO Council Meeting
Open to SUO Council Members Only
Otolaryngology Residency Applications: Where have all the students gone?
Panel Members: Barry Schaitkin, MD, University of Pittsburgh (Moderator); Erica Corredera, BS, University of Pittsburgh; Ted Meyer, MD, Medical University of South Carolina; Jenny Chen, MD, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Institute; Mark Marzouk, MD, SUNY Upstate Medical University
Making milestones meaningful: managing mastery or maddingly mandatory?
Panel Members: Mona Abaza, MD, University of Colorado (Moderator); Terry Tsue, MD, University of Kansas; Maja Svrakic, MD, New York Head and Neck Institute; Liana Puscas, MD, Duke University
Describe the current state of otolaryngology milestones data from the ACGME, Understand the background and intent of the current otolaryngology milestones, Discuss and provide steps for input needed to make Milestone 2.0 more relevant
Optimizing the Resident Research Experience
Panel Members: Marc Thorne, MD, University of Michigan (Moderator)
Resident QI Curriculum
Panel Members: Eric Dobratz, MD, Eastern Virginia University (Moderator)
Speaker: Brian Nussenbaum, MD, MHCM, American Board of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Faculty Development Session
An Experiential Introduction to Mind-Body Medicine Skills: Tools to Reduce Stress and Foster Resilience and Well-being
Presented by: Aviad Haramati, PhD, Professor and Director, Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE) Georgetown University School of Medicine and Sian Cotton, PhD Professor and Director, Center for Integrative Health and Wellness UC Health Integrative Medicine University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
The goal of this workshop is to introduce participants to the reality of stress and burnout, to gain insight from the physiology of stress on mechanisms that link chronic stress and burnout and then give participants an opportunity to experience several mind-body medicine skills (such as autogenic training and mindfulness meditation) as experiential exercises and thereby gain insight to their impact and utility.
Mousetraps and wheels: How to seek more innovation, less reinvention
Panel Members: Sonya Malekzadeh, MD, Georgetown University (Moderator); James Kearney, MD, University of Pennsylvania; Babak Givi, MD, New York University Langone Health; Clair Lawlor, MD; Rose Mary Stocks, MD, University of Tennessee
OPDO Business Meeting
Open to all Program Directors
AADO Council Meeting
Open to AADO Council Members Only
Open to all full conference registrations and paid guests. Additional tickets can be purchased with conference registration or onsite at the registration desk through 5:00 pm on Friday, November 9.
SUO Business Meeting
Open to all SUO Members
Program coming soon.
AADO Panel: Mission vs. Budget in Times of Rapid Change
Panel Members: William B. Armstrong, MD, University of California, Irvine (Moderator); Bradley Marple, MD. University of Texas, Southwestern; Stephen Park, MD University of Virginia; Vicente Resto, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston; Maie St. John, MD, UCLA
Finances, Balancing economic realities vs. Academic Mission, Promoting work-life balance, Threats to stability and how to prepare/manage.
Essential Skills in Academic OHNS: Best practices in on-boarding. From junior faculty to leadership
Panel Members: David Brown, MD, University of Michigan; Cecilia Schmalbach, MD, Indiana University; Jeffrey Bumpous, MD, FACS, University of Louisville; Lamont Jones, MD, Henry Ford Health Systems; Robbi Ann Kupfer, MD, University of Michigan; Michael Reilly, MD, Georgetown University
A well planned onboarding process enhances the efficiency and success of any faculty member transitioning to new role. Onboarding is critical for establishing expectations, resources, networks, mentorship, work-life integration, and other components for academic success. This panel will discuss the best practices and pitfalls of launching into a new role, from junior faculty member to departmental and institutional leadership. The panelists will review their onboarding successes, challenges, and solutions. The panel will discuss the nuances of successful onboarding as it relates to diverse faculty members, including women, LGBTQ individuals and racial and ethnic minorities in otolaryngology.
Darrell G. Kirch, MD, President and CEO, AAMC
Training the Workforce of Today for the Challenges of Tomorrow
Panel Members: Michael Platt, MD, Boston University (Moderator); William Harrell; Cristina Cabrera-Muffly, MD, University of Colorado
Residency training covers a wide curriculum that is guided by the Residency Review Committee and ABOTO requirements in conjunction with an individual program's preferences. The scope of practice for graduates in the workforce does not always match with the curricular experiences during residency. This panel will highlight opportunities to better prepare our residents for success in contemporary practice. Shortcomings in curricula that prepare a workforce for team-based/ value-based care in diverse populations, education in leadership skills and business competence, and variation in the scope of practice in the community verses academic specialty practices will be explored. The potential impact of diversity, inclusion (gender and ethnic/racial), and social determinants of health will be addressed. Presentation of differing viewpoints in designing resident curricula will stimulate discussion in the audience.
Colin West, MD, PhD, Mayo Clinic
Building Healthy Learning Communities: Countering the hidden curriculum and managing challenges in professionalism
Panel Members: Anna Messner, MD, Stanford University (Moderator); Walter Lee, MD; Robert Buckmire, MD, University of North Carolina; Anna Meyer, MD, University of California, San Francisco; Kara Meister, MD, George Washington University; Joseph Park, MD, George Washington University
Hidden curricula are lessons learned that are embedded in culture and are not explicitly intended. While hidden curricula can be positive, often they are “disconnects” between what is taught about professional behaviors/attitudes and what is demonstrated by faculty. This panel will present several real-life otolaryngology vignettes related to patient care, medical training, and the business of medicine to be discussed by faculty and trainee panelists.
Modern Perspectives on Medical Student Recruitment
Panel Members: Gregory Wiet, MD, The Ohio State University (Moderator); Charles Elmaraghy, MD, The Ohio State University; Carrie Nieman, MD, Johns Hopkins University; Carrie Francis, MD, Univeristy of Kansas; Max Bergman, MD, Georgetown University
The purpose of this panel is to discuss today’s issues related to medical student recruitment. Four panelists will present and discuss current issues including: 1. The medical student’s perspective on how interest is fostered, what resources are available to gather information outside of their home institution and current obstacles to pursing a residency application. 2. Lessons learned from successful recruitment of underrepresented minority candidates. 3. Key strategies for developing a successful recruitment program. 4. Perspectives from an Assistant Dean for medical education. Each panelist will provide a short presentation followed by directed discussion and audience Q & A.
On Boarding New Residents - Best Practices
AADO Round Table Discussion/Business Meeting
Open to all Chairs or their designee.