Track

Session Type

Session Type Detail

Society

11/12/2022 | 11:40 AM EST | Duration:

The APP and the Field of Facial Plastic Surgery

SAPP98

This session will provide a brief overview the advanced practice provider's role within the specialty of Facial Plastics.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 12:00 PM EST | Duration:

The APP and the Field of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

SAPP99

This session will provide an overview of obstructive sleep apnea including diagnosis and management. It will review symptoms, screening tools, diagnostic testing, and both surgical and nonsurgical treatment options.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 1:00 PM EST | Duration:

Documentation Essentials: Patient Health Records and Other Clinical Systems

ADMIN78

Medical documentation needs to be reviewed regularly with teams to help them stay on top of basic processes, in addition to provide understanding around updated guidelines. As an example, Informed consent to medical treatment is fundamental in both ethics and law. Patients have the right to receive information and ask questions about recommended treatments so that they can make well-considered decisions about care. Successful communication in the patient-physician relationship fosters trust and supports shared decision making and reduces medical errors. This session will cover documentation, common error case examples, provide tools for risk assessment and give insight to help attendees identify gaps in their current processes.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 12:20 PM EST | Duration:

The Ear: Anatomy, Physiology, Evaluation & Treatment of Common Ear Disorders

SAPP100

This session covers a basic overview of otology for the APP. The speaker will cover basic anatomy, otoscopy and microscopy and bedside screening tools. Common outer and middle ear disease and referral suggestions are also discussed.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 12:40 PM EST | Duration:

Review of the Audiological Test Battery for the APP

SAPP101

In medical clinics across the country, each audiology department has different testing available for referral. This session is a high-level overview of the most common tests that are offered in a general practice location. The speaker will provide a general overview of the auditory system, the most common audiological tests, common equipment, patient instructions & time of the procedure and a sampling of the results provided to the physician for review.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 11:00 AM EST | Duration:

Join the General Otolaryngology Session: Minimally Invasive & New Trends in Otology

AUD125

This panel of internationally recognized experts will present and discuss interesting and challenging cases. The moderator will facilitate discussion amongst the panelists and audience participation is encouraged. The audience will hear about the newest and most cutting-edge treatment of ear and ear pathology.
Cases may include management of:
• Eustachian tube dysfunction
• Chronic inflammatory ear disease
• Tinnitus subjective and objective
• Presbycusis
• Syndromic ear diseases
• Malignant tumors of the external ear

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 3:00 PM EST | Duration:

Strategies to Support Patient Comprehension

ADMIN79

This session will cover the current challenges in healthcare communications, including the most successful approaches to ensuring patient comprehension. This session will review case examples, to help the audience think through the potential gaps and will provide concrete examples of activities that improve the process.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 3:30 PM EST | Duration:

Infection Control and Audit Preparedness for the Clinic

ADMIN80

Work practice controls are necessary for each work flow within ENT, including the ancillary departments such as audiology. This webinar will review the required elements of a written exposure control plan. We will review annual renewal components for managers and clinical teams, to allow for easier audit of work practice controls. In this session we will review at least two work practice controls that are specific to audiology and the dispensing of hearing aids.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 4:00 PM EST | Duration:

The Difficult Patient

ADMIN81

Difficult patients can be hard to manage within a medical practice. This session provides insight to help teams with identifying factors that may contribute to non-compliant behaviors. In addition this session will use examples to aid in discussion of processes for discharging a patient from the practice, and strategies for handling these types of visits effectively.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 4:30 PM EST | Duration:

Lessons in Revision Rhinoplasty

ENT123

A panel discussion of national leaders in revision rhinoplasty about pearls and pitfalls in this type of surgery.

Breakout Lecture
11/13/2022 | 1:00 PM EST | Duration:

The Oral Mucosa: Gateway to the Immune System

ENT130

This session will introduce the attendee to the different ways to access the immune system for the purpose of allergy immunotherapy.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 8:30 AM EST | Duration:

AAO-HNS President Report

ENT31

The President of AAO-HNS will brief the audience about what the Academy is involved in and how the Academy gives to the ENT specialty.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 8:00 AM EST | Duration:

Academy Update | EVP Report

ENT30

The EVP from AAO-HNS will discuss the latest updates and future directions for the ENT specialty.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 11:30 AM EST | Duration:

ReSound Omnia: Made for Hearing in Noise

AUD67

This course will review ReSound Omnia, Customs by ReSound, and the new Check my Fit feature. In addition, we will explore how our Organic Hearing philosophy, unique directionality, M&RIE receiver, 360 All Access, and Front Focus help patients with their main concern: Understanding Speech in Noise.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 12:15 PM EST | Duration:

Advances in Rhinoplasty

ENT37

A panel discussion of national leaders in rhinoplasty with emphasis on new techniques, tools, and approaches used for these procedures.

Breakout Panel
11/11/2022 | 3:30 PM EST | Duration:

Sinonasal Polyps: Advances in Pathophysiology and Treatment Paradigms

ENT8

A panel of rhinologists and allergists will discuss the current understanding of the pathophysiology of sinonasal polyps and how that has led to current recommendations about medical and surgical options.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 3:00 PM EST | Duration:

Assessing Benefit in Cochlear Implants with Single-Sided Deafness

AUD17

Assessing outcomes in CI recipients with Single Sided Deafness is time consuming and challenging for busy clinics without a specialized test environment and equipment. This webinar will introduce a new testing resource that will help audiologists measure speech recognition through the implant and assess binaural listening skills, that can be completed quickly in a typical sound suite.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 9:00 AM EST | Duration:

Cochlear Implantation in Children with Unilateral Hearing Loss: CUHL Trial Outcomes and Considerations

AUD56

As indications for cochlear implantation expand, children with significant unilateral hearing loss (UHL) have become candidates. Children with UHL face unique difficulties with localization, hearing in noise, and speech recognition that trickle down into their performance in school and their ability to meet their full potential. This session will provide evidence-based guidance for cochlear implant candidacy, management, and expected outcomes in children with UHL. The speakers will focus on 24-month performance data obtained as part of a clinical trial investigating the safety and efficacy of cochlear implantation in this population.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 2:00 PM EST | Duration:

The Concussed Ear: Contemporary Pearls for Integrative Care

AUD57

Traumatic brain injuries and concussions cause complex physical, emotional, and cognitive symptoms. More specifically, the disruption of sensory input can affect the integration of input in the brain leading to disordered motor output, thus involving the ear and balance system. It is imperative to provide these patients with a careful, comprehensive, and integrative approach to differential diagnosis and management starting with the ear. This course will discuss the roles and value of collaborative care when focused on otologic pathologies and the recovery from traumatic brain injury.

General Lecture
11/13/2022 | 10:00 AM EST | Duration:

Audiology, Medicine & Technology

AUD51

Despite tremendous technological advances during the past several decades, audiological and otological “best practice” has remained somewhat resistant to automation, artificial intelligence, robotics, and the use of sensors to improve patient outcomes. This expert panel discussion will focus on how innovation is playing an important role in the way that hearing and balance care is being provided for adults and children, while preserving the important function of both art AND science in achieving outstanding clinical outcomes. Audience participation is strongly encouraged.

General Panel
11/13/2022 | 8:00 AM EST | Duration:

Managing Auditory Processing Disorders in ENT

AUD43

The evaluation of central auditory function in children and adults should be considered an integral part of everyday practice for audiologists, otolaryngologists and advanced practice providers. Many patients report audiology complaints, in particular hearing when ambient noise is present or the auditory signal is unclear. Many of these patients often demonstrate normal peripheral hearing sensitivity as reflected on the audiogram. While the audiogram is an important tool, it does not evaluate the auditory system in its entirety. This presentation will focus on pathophysiology of auditory processing, as well as the principals behind diagnosis of auditory processing disorders and subsequent (re)habilitation and management approaches in audiology and otolaryngology settings.

General Lecture
11/13/2022 | 8:45 AM EST | Duration:

Best of Resident Presentations

ENT45

The top three posters from the poster competition will be asked to provide short oral presentations and questions and answers to attendees.

General Lecture
11/13/2022 | 8:00 AM EST | Duration:

Combining SMAS and Deep Plane Techniques to Maximize Vectors in Facelift Surgery

ENT44

Multivector approach to aging face surgery results in a a more natural, long lasting improvement. This talk will feature a current technique which combines traditional SMAS dissection with deep plane component to maximize results.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 4:00 PM EST | Duration:

Case Presentations with Single-Sided Deafness

AUD18

This session will include a discussion around the presentation of 4 case presentations. The first presentation will highlight the importance of full-time device use in cases of pediatric SSD. Two cases will be contrasted, both with the same etiology and similar thresholds at presentation. One patient wore her device full-time while the other had extremely limited use. Both children had a change in hearing in their better hearing ear which impacted their overall abilities socially and academically. Outcomes between cases are significantly different, particularly since they now have bilateral hearing loss. The full-time device user has maintained bilateral hearing while the other remains a monaural listener.

The second case will address the importance of frequency-place stimulation in the cochlea in cases of cochlear implantation for unilateral hearing loss. Unilateral sensory hearing loss has been approved as an indication for cochlear implantation for two of the cochlear implant manufacturers. Providing a cochlear implant signal that faithfully replicates what is heard acoustically contralaterally is of paramount importance to successful outcomes in cochlear implantation for unilateral hearing loss. We have determined that aligning the frequency signal from the cochlear implant to natural cochlear frequency place enhances patient outcomes, especially in those situations that require binaural cues such as speech perception in noise.

And much more.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 3:00 PM EST | Duration:

Challenging Cases in Rhinology

ENT7

A panel of nationally recognized rhinologists will be analyzing a series of challenging cases from their clinical experience.

General Panel
11/12/2022 | 9:00 AM EST | Duration:

Clinical Trials for Emerging Hearing Therapies

AUD39

Besides rehabilitation approaches with hearing aids, there are no available treatment options for permanent hearing loss; however, significant contributions to the state of the science has been made at the drug discovery level, and with first-in-kind clinical trials, along with significant resources being allocated in the pursuit of more options for those with hearing loss. In fact, there are more than 40 pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies developing inner ear therapies and potential drug delivery systems. This session will present an overview of the hearing loss therapeutic landscape. We will review groundbreaking clinical trials completed, in progress, and on the horizon. The studies reviewed will include gene therapies along with preventative, enhancement, and regenerative medicine approaches. The review will empower clinicians to be aware of the most recent developments and be conscious of the evolving future landscape of treatment and management of hearing loss. Clinicians have an important role to play, both in educating their patients about the current state of novel therapies, and in partnering in the development and evaluation of these promising interventions.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 10:00 AM EST | Duration:

Clinical Trials for Emerging Hearing Therapies

AUD59

Besides rehabilitation approaches with hearing aids, there are no available treatment options for permanent hearing loss; however, significant contributions to the state of the science has been made at the drug discovery level, and with first-in-kind clinical trials, along with significant resources being allocated in the pursuit of more options for those with hearing loss. In fact, there are more than 40 pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies developing inner ear therapies and potential drug delivery systems. This session will present an overview of the hearing loss therapeutic landscape. We will review groundbreaking clinical trials completed, in progress, and on the horizon. The studies reviewed will include gene therapies along with preventative, enhancement, and regenerative medicine approaches. The review will empower clinicians to be aware of the most recent developments and be conscious of the evolving future landscape of treatment and management of hearing loss. Clinicians have an important role to play, both in educating their patients about the current state of novel therapies, and in partnering in the development and evaluation of these promising interventions.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 1:00 PM EST | Duration:

Cutting-Edge Approaches to the Nose and Sinuses

ENT5

This multidisciplinary panel of rhinology and rhinoplasty surgeons will engage in a discussion that will include a series of quick, to the point, opinions & current approaches that guide the listener in their sector of nasal or sinonasal surgery. This advanced panel will not focus on history and anatomy but will concentrate on current and cutting-edge approaches to the nose and sinuses. The panelists will also discuss their thoughts on rhinology in 2023 and beyond. The session will be structured around four short presentations and panel debate.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 10:00 AM EST | Duration:

Cutting-Edge of Testing Techniques, Immunotherapy Options, and Biologics in Otolaryngic Allergy

ENT3

This highly interactive panel discusses everything from evaluation to treatment and all aspects of otolaryngic allergy. The internationally known panel of Drs. Baine, Benninger, Franzese, Reisacher, Toskala, and Wise will weigh in on state of the specialty concepts and visions for the upcoming future. Panelists will debate the most accurate and evidence-based approaches to allergy testing, discuss establishing an allergy and immunotherapy center, including initial considerations and protocols to manage more advanced evaluations. Traditional immunotherapy and alternative immunotherapy will be covered, as part of the evolution of the field. And lastly, how Biologics come into play – current considerations, future indications, and comparing the options.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 3:45 PM EST | Duration:

Differential Diagnosis and Evaluation of Hoarseness

SAPP26

This session is geared toward the new and seasoned APP with up-to-date clinical practice guidelines for the evaluation and treatment of Hoarseness. Pertinent history and physical examination, diagnostic tools at our disposal, special considerations, and differential diagnoses will also be presented.

General Lecture
11/13/2022 | 10:00 AM EST | Duration:

Emerging Challenges in Facial Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery

ENT50

This panel will explore such diverse topics as reconstruction for facial paralysis, difficult reconstructive options for head and neck defects, social media pearls and pitfalls.

Breakout Panel
11/11/2022 | 8:00 AM EST | Duration:

Essential Endoscopy for the APP

SAPP52

Workshop will serve as introduction to flexible endoscopy highlighting normal anatomy and technique on adult patients. This is intended for students and providers new to ENT.

Workshop Hands-On Lab
11/11/2022 | 3:30 PM EST | Duration:

Evaluation and the Head and Neck Mass

SAPP25

This is an introductory course for students entering the clinical management of head and neck tumors. Risk factors for mucosal based malignancies will be presented. Clinical presentations of the tonsil, base of tongue, oral tongue, hypo pharynx and larynx malignancies will be discussed. This session target audiences include medical students, residents, physician assistants and nurse practitioners beginning to clinically manage head and neck cancer.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 1:45 PM EST | Duration:

The Modern Rhinoplasty: Outcomes that Continue to Refine our Approach

ENT6

This panel is a discussion of national rhinoplasty leaders as to how the present day state of the art rhinoplasty has evolved over the years and preferred techniques to achieve the ideal result.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 2:00 PM EST | Duration:

Genetic Case Studies

AUD16

Genetic etiologies are the most common cause of pre-lingual hearing loss and deafness. Identification of a genetic diagnosis of hearing loss allows for tailored medical and audiological management as well as genetic counseling. In this session, two genetic case studies will be presented by interdisciplinary teams including otolaryngologists, mid-level providers, and genetic counselors. Presenters will describe the characteristics of the genetic diagnoses as well as implications for treatment and management of these patients.

The audience will see two case studies:
1. The first case is a six-year-old male who recently underwent cholesteatoma surgery. A complicated case in that this patient had a congenital cholesteatoma and stigmata of branchiotorenal syndrome. Of great interest, the patient’s mother had the same findings. This is an extremely rare case and likely represents an inherited condition.
2. The second case reviews the early genetic diagnosis of DFNX2 hearing loss which was critical in subsequent management and counseling of the patient and family.

General Case Presentation
11/11/2022 | 1:00 PM EST | Duration:

Genetics of Hearing Loss: Core Concepts, Communication, and Collaborative Care

AUD15

Genetic etiologies play a substantial role in hearing loss and deafness, with the majority of pre-lingual hearing loss (HL) due to an underlying genetic cause. Identification of a genetic diagnosis of HL drives tailored medical, audiologic, and psychosocial care for persons with HL and their families. With increasing knowledge of genetic etiologies of HL, audiologists play a crucial role in the incorporation of genetics into care of persons with HL and their families. In this session, attendees will learn approachable and relevant information on genetics of HL from a board-certified genetic counselor with expertise in HL and deafness. Be ready to build your knowledge of genetics and HL, increase your confidence in communicating with patients and providers about genetics, and identify ways to incorporate genetic information into your audiology practice through collaborative care.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 3:00 PM EST | Duration:

Genetics of Hearing Loss: Core Concepts, Communication, and Collaborative Care

AUD58

Genetic etiologies play a substantial role in hearing loss and deafness, with the majority of pre-lingual hearing loss (HL) due to an underlying genetic cause. Identification of a genetic diagnosis of HL drives tailored medical, audiologic, and psychosocial care for persons with HL and their families. With increasing knowledge of genetic etiologies of HL, audiologists play a crucial role in the incorporation of genetics into care of persons with HL and their families. In this session, attendees will learn approachable and relevant information on genetics of HL from a board-certified genetic counselor with expertise in HL and deafness. Be ready to build your knowledge of genetics and HL, increase your confidence in communicating with patients and providers about genetics, and identify ways to incorporate genetic information into your audiology practice through collaborative care.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 8:00 AM EST | Duration:

Helping Patients with Hearing Loss Overcome Barriers to Surgical Procedures

AUD13

Advances in medical/surgical intervention for hearing loss provide more alternatives than ever before for patients with progressive hearing loss. One of the most challenging situations, however, for both patients and providers is to consider WHEN traditional hearing aids are not enough. This panel session will consider the evidence basis, clinical considerations, and ethical dilemmas that often surround the decision to proceed with medical/surgical treatments for pediatric and adult otologic patients. Audience participation is strongly encouraged!

General Panel
11/13/2022 | 10:30 AM EST | Duration:

How Has Our Understanding of OSA Matured and Where is the Field Heading?

ENT49

This panel of nationally recognized leaders in the field of obstructive sleep apnea will discuss how diagnostic and therapeutic advancements have been adopted over the past several years and how this has impacted our approach to obstructive sleep apnea.

General Panel
11/13/2022 | 10:00 AM EST | Duration:

HPV and Oropharyngeal Cancer Tumor Board

ENT48

This panel will discuss HPV and Oropharyngeal Cancer case studies.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 4:00 PM EST | Duration:

Advances in the Care of Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis

ENT46

Speaker Clark Rosen, MD will review current advances in the care of unilateral vocal fold paralysis.

General Lecture
11/13/2022 | 9:15 AM EST | Duration:

Identifying and Managing High-Risk Skin & Parotid Cancers

ENT9

In the sunshine state, it can often seem like every patient walking through the door has been affected by skin cancer. While often overlooked as easy to manage and highly curable, it is essenital to understand how to recognize and appropriately manage "high risk" cases. This panel of experts will give a focused review of skin and parotid malignancies and consider the emerging role of newer therapies such as immunotherapy.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 9:00 AM EST | Duration:

2020 Hindsight: Key Infection Control Lessons Learned from COVID-19

AUD14

Infection control is a standard of health care and COVID-19 served as a reminder of its relevance in routine patient care. While the pandemic impacted clinical practice in ways previously not experienced, it also exposed weaknesses in fundamental infection control protocols and policies. This presentation will review fundamental infection control principles within the context of the medical audiology environment as it related to lessons learned from COVD-19.

Planned Learning Objectives:
The objectives of this course will review the following:
• General modes of disease transmission with an emphasis on droplet transmission
• Key considerations regarding PPE
• Appreciation of infection control policy requirements mandated by OSHA

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 9:00 AM EST | Duration:

Keeping in Front of the Curve with Internet Marketing and IT Integration Into Your Practice

ENT32

Building a practice requires constant attention and intuition to allow one to adapt to their surrounding and ever-changing environment. With the advent of new social and mobile media platforms, digital capabilities are constantly evolving and need to be integrated into medical practices to stay relevant and accessible to our patient’s needs. The medical world tends to lag behind the corporate world in digital innovations although this does not need to be the case If one keeps a corporate eye when it comes to marketing and integrating these practices into your medical career. The same mentality in staying relevant and up to date with medical advances needs to be adopted in your approach to challenging the latest trends and furthering your knowledge when it comes to staying relevant in the fast paced environment of sharing information with our patients. To make your practice stand out and rank among the top medical websites out there, you must invest in the latest digital marketing strategies.
Objectives:
• Website development
• App development
• Social Media Presence for a Practice: the do’s and don’t’s
• Electronic Medical Records- What is new and what can be made better
• Telemedicine
• Streamlining the New Patient Process
• Patient-Physician electronic communication
• Electronic scheduling and reminders
• Integrating technology into the patient experience-de-stressing apps, virtual reality etc.

General Panel
11/12/2022 | 9:45 AM EST | Duration:

Legends of Our Time

ENT33

This panel will discuss pearls of wisdom from the national thought leaders in the field of ENT. We will discuss interesting cases, as well as introduction of new technology and goals for future physicians.

General Panel
11/12/2022 | 9:30 AM EST | Duration:

Man vs Machine: The Value of Vestibular Testing in Dizzy Patient Triage for ENT

AUD40

Failures of care coordination and ineffective treatments waste more than US$175 billion in the USA alone. One of the most challenging problems is matching the right clinician to the right patient at the right time. Dizziness and vertigo exemplify this problem. Symptoms may be caused by illnesses that cross multiple medical specialties, requiring evaluations by well-coordinated teams of experts to achieve the best clinical outcomes. This study reviewed the first steps of a large project to automate and optimize scheduling of multi-disciplinary consultations for patients with dizziness at our center using machine learning techniques.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 1:00 PM EST | Duration:

Man vs Machine: The Value of Vestibular Testing in Dizzy Patient Triage for ENT

AUD65

Failures of care coordination and ineffective treatments waste more than US$175 billion in the USA alone. One of the most challenging problems is matching the right clinician to the right patient at the right time. Dizziness and vertigo exemplify this problem. Symptoms may be caused by illnesses that cross multiple medical specialties, requiring evaluations by well-coordinated teams of experts to achieve the best clinical outcomes. This study reviewed the first steps of a large project to automate and optimize scheduling of multi-disciplinary consultations for patients with dizziness at our center using machine learning techniques.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 10:00 AM EST | Duration:

Microscopy Case Studies for the APP

SAPP53

This case study format session will familiarize students and providers new to ENT on the use of the ear microscope as well as essential skills like removal of foreign bodies, cerumen impaction, ventilation tube insertion and intra-tympanic membrane injections.

General Case Presentation
11/11/2022 | 3:00 PM EST | Duration:

Advances in the Treatment of the Aging Face

ENT11

Facial rejuvenation has evolved over many years with techniques that aim to restore youthfulness. In the past the concept of facial rejuvenation was dominated by invasive surgical procedures, such as facelifts, browlifts, and blepharoplasty to name a few. In recent years there has been a trend toward pre-juvenation over rejuvenation and with that procedures that require less down time for patients to return to their daily lives. Often this requires a combination of different techniques and individualized treatment plans to provide the best possible outcomes. Here we will discuss a myriad of different minimally invasive advances in the treatment of the aging face that are meant to provide patients with long lasting and natural results

Breakout Panel
11/11/2022 | 11:00 AM EST | Duration:

Minimally Invasive & New Trends in Otology

ENT4

This panel of internationally recognized experts will present and discuss interesting and challenging cases. The moderator will facilitate discussion amongst the panelists and audience participation is encouraged. The audience will hear about the newest and most cutting-edge treatment of ear and ear pathology.
Cases may include management of:
• Eustachian tube dysfunction
• Chronic inflammatory ear disease
• Tinnitus subjective and objective
• Presbycusis
• Syndromic ear diseases
• Malignant tumors of the external ear

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 4:30 PM EST | Duration:

Otology Chair-Side Exam for the APP

SAPP107

This session will provide a quick overview of the case history and chair-side exam for a patient with hearing loss complaints.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 9:00 AM EST | Duration:

Neuromodulation & Other Cutting-Edge Technologies in Obstructive Sleep Apnea

ENT2

A high-level interactive discussion between surgical leaders in the field of Obstructive Sleep Apnea – Drs. Stanley Liu, Maria Suuma, and Tapan Padhya, and the CEOs and technology developers of tools that enable us to diagnose and treat the disorder. Discussions will center around new developments in the diagnosis of OSA and the role Home Sleep Testing is playing in the future for assessing patients for possible neuromodulation. How physicians are incorporating DISE into their practice, and what recommendations about the best approach and possible pitfalls to avoid during that early learning curve. What have we learned so far in terms of effectiveness of neuromodulation as compared to other modalities from a morbidity and mortality perspective. Surgical pearls from our panelists that assist in patient selection and surgical technique perspective. And finally, expert opinions on where neuromodulation might be 10 years from now and how technology or surgical approach to implantation look in the future.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 5:00 PM EST | Duration:

Speed Interviews for Advanced Practice Providers

SAPP108

New graduates and any provider interested in seeking employment in ENT is invited to our Speed Interviews good luck!

General Interview
11/11/2022 | 8:00 AM EST | Duration:

New Frontiers for the Rhinologist

ENT1

A high-level interactive discussion between specialty leading rhinologists David Kennedy and Corinna Levine with CEO leaders of companies who develop and produce the tools. the panelists will discuss where are the next advances coming, what the five-year vision looks like and what they perceive as the greatest challenges.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 1:00 PM EST | Duration:

Otoacoustic Emissions and Hidden Hearing Loss

AUD55

While the audiogram is a widely used diagnostic tool, it is a poor representation of a person’s underlying otopathology and can therefore be a poor predictor of a person’s hearing impairment. For example, persons with audiometric thresholds within normal limits may experience hearing impairment such as difficulty hearing in noise. Cochlear synaptopathy and outer hair cell dysfunction are two otopathologies undetected by the standard audiogram (a.k.a. Hidden Hearing Loss), but outer hair cell function plays a primary role in hearing in noise performance. A third undetected otopathology is cochlear untuning, which occurs secondary to outer hair cell damage. This talk will discuss each of these otopathologies and present clinical normative data that can be used to differentially diagnose each otopathology.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 3:00 PM EST | Duration:

The ENT Advanced Practice Providers Role in Office-Based Surgery

SAPP24

Panelists will discuss changes in the advanced practice provider's surgical role with the trend of office based surgery.

General Panel
11/12/2022 | 12:00 PM EST | Duration:

Care of the Professional Voice

ENT35

To learn about diagnosis and management of voice disorders in voice professionals as a general OTOHNS provider. Discussions around cases.

General Panel
11/12/2022 | 11:00 AM EST | Duration:

Radiology for the Hearing Healthcare Provider

AUD41

The comprehensive evaluation of auditory and vestibular disorders requires the combined efforts of different disciplines using diagnostic modalities, including radiographic imaging. Transdisciplinary collaborative care of patients can be improved through a working knowledge of the indications, study types, and clinical correlations for radiographic imaging studies. This session will provide attendees with an overview of relevant anatomy and pathology demonstrated on MRI and CT scan radiographic studies as it relates to hearing and balance. By means of case presentations, the presenters will discuss indications for different studies and the integration of study results into team-based comprehensive care for patients.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 12:00 PM EST | Duration:

Radiology for the Hearing Healthcare Provider

AUD63

The comprehensive evaluation of auditory and vestibular disorders requires the combined efforts of different disciplines using diagnostic modalities, including radiographic imaging. Transdisciplinary collaborative care of patients can be improved through a working knowledge of the indications, study types, and clinical correlations for radiographic imaging studies. This session will provide attendees with an overview of relevant anatomy and pathology demonstrated on MRI and CT scan radiographic studies as it relates to hearing and balance. By means of case presentations, the presenters will discuss indications for different studies and the integration of study results into team-based comprehensive care for patients.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 11:00 AM EST | Duration:

Reconstructive Challenges Following Extirpation of Head and Neck Cancer

ENT34

The surgical care of patients with cancers of the head & neck region is particularly challenging, given the unique reconstructive needs of this part of the body. Oncologic surgeons cannot only focus on cancer removal but must also keep in mind restoration of aesthetics and function. This panel will work up the reconstructive ladder, providing a case based review of various reconstructive options for an array of simple to complex head & neck defects.

General Panel
11/12/2022 | 12:45 PM EST | Duration:

Surgical Management for Hearing Loss

ENT36

This panel will discuss the different treatment options available for hearing loss which can be managed surgically and will provide a lively discussion amongst the leaders in the field of otology.

General Panel
11/12/2022 | 12:00 PM EST | Duration:

Remote Patient Monitoring in Audiology: Text and Email

AUD42

In a time where practices never seem to have enough time or staff, remote patient monitoring using automated communications and workflow reduce effort and decrease the cost to manage patients. New systems using automated text and email prompts to stay connected increase revenue and improve patient experience and outcomes.

This session reviews ENT and Audiology practices’ use of text and email prompts to expand capacity and drive results. It features Henry Ford Hospital System’s use of text and email to connect with Hearing Aid patients to measure outcomes while measuring the feasibility of implementing a web-based patient engagement system.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 11:00 AM EST | Duration:

Join the General Otolaryngology Session: Minimally Invasive & New Trends in Otology

AUD68

This panel of internationally recognized experts will present and discuss interesting and challenging cases. The moderator will facilitate discussion amongst the panelists and audience participation is encouraged. The audience will hear about the newest and most cutting-edge treatment of ear and ear pathology.
Cases may include management of:
• Eustachian tube dysfunction
• Chronic inflammatory ear disease
• Tinnitus subjective and objective
• Presbyacousis
• Syndromic ear diseases
• Malignant tumors of the external ear

General Panel
11/12/2022 | 12:45 PM EST | Duration:

Join the General Otolaryngology Session: Surgical Management for Hearing Loss

AUD127

This panel will discuss the different treatment options available for hearing loss which can be managed surgically and will provide a lively discussion amongst the leaders in the field of otology.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 10:00 AM EST | Duration:

The Perfection of Natural Sound with Widex

AUD60

Since its inception, Widex Moment has delivered a truer, clearer, full spectrum of natural sound. Because Widex understands that unnatural sound can make engaging in life unpleasant and uncomfortable. We developed our PureSound™ pathway powered by our record breaking ZeroDelay™ technology to deliver ‘natural’ sound, that your patients can actually hear. Extensive research continues to prove the value of eliminating delay-based distortion. Beyond that, Widex Moment Sheer offers better-than-ever customization tools, enhanced relaxation options to reduce the stress of everyday life, and accessories with unmatched versatility, allows you to truly help better the lives of every individual you fit. Enhancements and additions to the MOMENT product portfolio will be reviewed.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 5:00 PM EST | Duration:

Physician Resident Session: Your First Job: Finding the Right Fit the First Time

ENT128

Finding the best fit for your first job after residency or fellowship can be difficult. Join us so you appreciate the components involved in finding the right fit.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 10:30 AM EST | Duration:

Starkey: Effortlessly Everything!

AUD61

As a hearing professional, it’s essential to have innovative solutions to manage the ever- changing needs of the hearing aid wearer. Starkey Evolv AI technology has given hearing professionals effortless technology, styles and features to deliver better hearing, better health and wellbeing via patient focused technology. Now, Starkey is pushing Evolv AI technology to the next level, delivering more effortless sound quality with added noise reduction and expanded sound enhancement tools for both patient and professional. This course introduces how Starkey’s Evolv AI technology is making everything effortless via expanded environmental management for effortless performance in challenging environments and truly effortless connectivity with accessories and smart devices.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 11:00 AM EST | Duration:

Conversations Shine with Phonak

AUD62

Phonak’s purposeful innovation heritage has been improving peoples’ lives for 75 years. This season, we bring features that can truly help people engage with better speech intelligibility to truly support cognitive fitness, strong social connections and keep hearing aid users physically active.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 12:00 PM EST | Duration:

Signia Augmented Xperience Hearing Brilliance with Split Processing

AUD83

This course will explore the hearing aids on the AX (Augmented Xperience) portfolio: Styletto AX, Pure Charge&Go AX, Insio Charge&Go AX and new AX features including Auto EchoShield, Own Voice Processing 2.0, My WellBeing and HandsFree and Call Control for iOS.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 2:15 PM EST | Duration:

The APP and Research in Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery

SAPP23

This session will provide a brief overview of the current research including advanced practice providers and their participation in H&N surgery.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 2:05 PM EST | Duration:

EXPO Product Theatre 2 | Earlens | A Revolution in Hearing Technology; the only non-surgical solution that directly drives the eardrum -: A Providers Perspective

EXPO118

Earlens: What it is. The mechanism of action. Why I decided to bring it into my practice and the importance of a strong ENT and AuD relationship.

This is a non-CME event sponsored by TBD.

Breakout Lecture
11/11/2022 | 1:45 PM EST | Duration:

The APP and the Field of Allergy

SAPP21

The session will review indications for treating allergic disease, methods of allergy testing and treatment options.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 7:30 AM EST | Duration:

EXPO Product Theatre 2 | SafKan Health | Got an Earful? Introducing OtoSet®

EXPO114

The OtoSet® Ear Cleaning System is the first FDA Cleared and automated cerumen removal device for clinical use. In a 30-second cleaning cycle, liquid flow is directed from solution containers through disposable ear tips and towards the walls of the ear canals to break down cerumen. Continuous micro-suction draws the cerumen and liquid back through the ear tips and into disposable waste containers for a mess-free procedure. This course will outline the cerumen management challenges faced by both hearing healthcare providers and their patients, including limitations of current available techniques and the effect of cerumen on hearing aid repairs and patient retention. The story of the OtoSet® from idea to implementation as well as the benefits of the OtoSet® will be discussed.

This is a non-CME event sponsored by SafKan Health.

Breakout Lecture
11/11/2022 | 4:00 PM EST | Duration:

The APP and the Field of Facial Plastic Surgery

SAPP27

This session will provide a brief overview the advanced practice provider's role within the specialty of Facial Plastics.

General Lecture
11/13/2022 | 7:30 AM EST | Duration:

EXPO Product Theatre 2 | PhotoniCare | The OtoSight Middle Ear Scope – a superior solution

EXPO120

OtoSight™ Middle Ear Scope was developed for healthcare providers seeking a superior solution to assess pediatric and adult middle ear issues non-invasively. With a remarkable 90+% reader accuracy in determining the presence or absence of fluid in the middle ear, the OtoSight eliminates subjectivity and speculation by providing patients CLEAR, OBJECTIVE PROOF of middle ear fluid turbidity, even in the presence of earwax. Innovative practices demand the latest technology, come and see to learn more!

This is a non-CME event sponsored by PhotoniCare.

Breakout Lecture
11/11/2022 | 4:15 PM EST | Duration:

The APP and the Field of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

SAPP28

This session will provide an overview of obstructive sleep apnea including diagnosis and management. It will review symptoms, screening tools, diagnostic testing, and both surgical and nonsurgical treatment options.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 9:00 AM EST | Duration:

New Frontiers for the Rhinologist

ENT87

A high-level interactive discussion between specialty leading rhinologists David Kennedy and Corinna Levine with CEO leaders of companies who develop and produce the tools. the panelists will discuss where are the next advances coming, what the five-year vision looks like and what they perceive as the greatest challenges.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 1:00 PM EST | Duration:

The Otolaryngic APP. Great Profession, Endless Possibilities

SAPP20

The Student APP sessions will introduce training philosophy utilized in Network of Florida Otolaryngologists (NFO) approach to training advanced practice providers (APP) in otorhinolaryngology. Audiologists new to ENT will enjoy general perspective of how mid-level providers are trained to approach common disease presentations in ENT. This opening session will provide insight into the utilization of a physician assistant in an ENT practice. It will highlight scope of practice and the procedures performed; and hopefully make everyone want to practice in ENT!

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 2:00 PM EST | Duration:

The APP and the Field of Rhinology

SAPP22

This session will review three main topics: 1. Anatomy of the paranasal sinuses, 2. acute sinusitis versus chronic sinusitis and 3. the medical and surgical management associated with sinusitis.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 2:00 PM EST | Duration:

The Clinical Utility of VEMP in an ENT Practice: Lessons Learned

AUD66

The cervical and ocular vestibular evoked myogenic potential (cVEMP and oVEMP, respectively) are clinical tests used to measure the integrity of the saccule and utricle and their associated neural pathways. While VEMPs have a clear role in the diagnosis of otolith impairments associated with disorders affecting the vestibular system, there are a variety of the methods historically used to stimulate and record these reflexes. This presentation will discuss the differences in VEMP methodology, clinical utility of VEMP testing in different vestibular disorders, as well as common pitfalls often encountered when measuring this response. A thorough discussion about the role of VEMPs in the standard vestibular test battery will also be discussed.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 10:00 AM EST | Duration:

Neuromodulation & Other Cutting-Edge Technologies in Obstructive Sleep Apnea

ENT88

A high-level interactive discussion between surgical leaders in the field of Obstructive Sleep Apnea – Drs. Stanley Liu, Maria Suuma, and Tapan Padhya, and the CEOs and technology developers of tools that enable us to diagnose and treat the disorder. Discussions will center around new developments in the diagnosis of OSA and the role Home Sleep Testing is playing in the future for assessing patients for possible neuromodulation. How physicians are incorporating DISE into their practice, and what recommendations about the best approach and possible pitfalls to avoid during that early learning curve. What have we learned so far in terms of effectiveness of neuromodulation as compared to other modalities from a morbidity and mortality perspective. Surgical pearls from our panelists that assist in patient selection and surgical technique perspective. And finally, expert opinions on where neuromodulation might be 10 years from now and how technology or surgical approach to implantation look in the future.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 3:45 PM EST | Duration:

Effective Use of Social Media and Branding in a Facial Plastic Surgery Practice

ENT12

This session will examine the impact of the ever changing social media platforms upon the practice of otolaryngology and facial plastic surgery. While we most commonly consider Facebook and Instagram, it is important to recognize that TikTok has surpassed both Facebook and Instagram and even Google in terms of downloads and users. The successful social media strategy will leverage Instagram stories and posts to capture the millennial patient and Facebook to brand ourselves to the 40+ patients. TikTok as an emerging and important platform will be evaluated for the medical practice. This group of panelists will discuss the power of branding, how to meet our patients where they live online and their internet journey to our offices.

Breakout Panel
11/11/2022 | 4:45 PM EST | Duration:

APP Interview Pearls

SAPP29

Session provides graduating physician assistants (PA) and advanced practice registered nurses (ARPN) insight into job search, interview and contract negations pearls to help them land that dream ENT job.

General Lecture
11/11/2022 | 1:15 PM EST | Duration:

Top 10 Most Common Presentations to the APP in Otolaryngology/HNS

SAPP19

Sessions utilizes a question answer format reviewing case presentations of the top 10 ENT conditions physician assistants and nurse practitioners in ENT need to be familiar

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 11:00 AM EST | Duration:

Minimally Invasive & New Trends in Otology

ENT124

This panel of internationally recognized experts will present and discuss interesting and challenging cases. The moderator will facilitate discussion amongst the panelists and audience participation is encouraged. The audience will hear about the newest and most cutting-edge treatment of ear and ear pathology.
Cases may include management of:
• Eustachian tube dysfunction
• Chronic inflammatory ear disease
• Tinnitus subjective and objective
• Presbycusis
• Syndromic ear diseases
• Malignant tumors of the external ear

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 4:30 PM EST | Duration:

Voice, GERD and SLN Block

ENT10

To discuss laryngeal inflammation and hypersensitivity causing symptoms of globus, chronic cough or VCD (which are frequent reasons for referral to the general ENT) and potential treatment options

General Panel
11/12/2022 | 8:00 AM EST | Duration:

When to Refer for CI and What Happens Next

AUD38

Cochlear implants (CIs) have been FDA-approved for both children and adults for more than 30 years, and even though they are widely accepted as the preferred hearing treatment for patients with significant hearing loss, great confusion exists regarding when it is best to refer a patient for a CI candidacy evaluation. This is particularly true in recent years as candidacy has focused less on the patient’s best aided performance and has placed greater emphasis on the ear to be treated, as evidenced by the FDA’s recent approval for CIs in cases of single sided deafness (SSD) and asymmetric hearing loss (AHL). During this presentation, we will review basic audiometric test results that can be used to determine if a patient should be referred for a CI candidacy evaluation. The discussion will include a review of the 60/60 – a guideline developed to assist clinicians when making decisions regarding such a referral.
Once a patient is referred to a cochlear implant (CI) center, the audiologic portion of the CI evaluation is the first step in determining candidacy. While hearing aid verification, aided speech perception testing, and device counseling are key components of this appointment, it is also crucial to evaluate the whole patient and assess if they would truly benefit from CI technology. In this session, we will review the importance of each step of the CI evaluation, and how this appointment can impact patient expectations, post operative outcomes and insurance decisions.
This session will also address the medical and surgical considerations in cochlear implantation. Hearing loss may progress beyond what hearing-aid amplification can adequately address. Patients with inadequately habilitated hearing loss are at risk of social isolation, depression, and earlier dementia, necessitating appropriate intervention with cochlear implants. Several medical considerations exist, including anatomic suitability, medical fitness for surgery and device considerations. A great deal of disinformation must also be overcome as to the nature and risks of the surgery, which in experienced hands is trivial. These considerations will be presented from an ear surgeon’s perspective.

General Panel
11/13/2022 | 9:00 AM EST | Duration:

Genetic Newborn Hearing Screening: The New Frontier

AUD77

Newborn hearing screening (NBHS) has been successful at identification of children with hearing loss but is hampered by a high false positive rate and a high loss to follow up. Genetic testing has become essential in diagnostic evaluation of children with hearing loss. We propose that the current NBHS can be improved by incorporating genetic and cCMV screening as part of a ‘comprehensive’ NBHS with the goal being improved identification of children with hearing loss.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 12:00 PM EST | Duration:

Cutting-Edge Testing Techniques, Immunotherapy Options & Biologics in Otolaryngic Allergy

ENT89

This highly interactive panel discusses everything from evaluation to treatment and all aspects of otolaryngic allergy. The internationally known panel of Drs. Baine, Benninger, Franzese, Reisacher, Toskala, and Wise will weigh in on state of the specialty concepts and visions for the upcoming future. Panelists will debate the most accurate and evidence-based approaches to allergy testing, discuss establishing an allergy and immunotherapy center, including initial considerations and protocols to manage more advanced evaluations. Traditional immunotherapy and alternative immunotherapy will be covered, as part of the evolution of the field. And lastly, how Biologics come into play – current considerations, future indications, and comparing the options.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 12:10 PM EST | Duration:

EXPO Product Theatre 2 | Glaxo Smith Kline | Evidence for Use of a biologic in the Management of Chronic Rhinosinusitis with Nasal Polyps

EXPO109

Chronic Rhinitis Using VivAer and RhinAer.

This is a non-CME event sponsored by GSK.

Breakout Lecture
11/12/2022 | 1:00 PM EST | Duration:

Sinonasal Polyps: Advances in Pathophysiology and Treatment Paradigms

ENT90

A panel of rhinologists and allergists will discuss the current understanding of the pathophysiology of sinonasal polyps and how that has led to current recommendations about medical and surgical options.

General Panel
11/11/2022 | 12:35 PM EST | Duration:

EXPO Product Theatre 1 | Acclarent | Evaluation and Treatment of Eustachian Tube Dysfunction

EXPO110

An up-to-date discussion on patient evaluation, surgical technique and patient outcomes related to balloon eustachian tuboplasty with Dennis Poe, MD.
This is a non-CME event sponsored by Acclarent.

Breakout Lecture
11/11/2022 | 12:35 PM EST | Duration:

EXPO Product Theatre 2 | Aerin Medical | New Approaches to Challenging Nasal Conditions

EXPO111

Non-invasive Treatment Options for Nasal Airway Obstruction and Chronic Rhinitis Using VivAQer and RhinAer.
This is a non-CME event sponsored by Aerin Medical.

Breakout Lecture
11/11/2022 | 12:10 PM EST | Duration:

EXPO Product Theatre 1 | Signia | Why Signia AX? The Benefits of Split Processing in Noise

EXPO112

What makes social situations so challenging is what we call the “cocktail party effect.” Any listening place in which the combination of energetic masking (overall intensity level of all the noise) and informational masking (voice of talkers that the listener does not want to hear) make these social situations so challenging for persons with hearing loss. In this session, the benefits of Signia’s unique split-processing technology, among other features to benefit the patient, will be discussed.

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Signia.

Breakout Lecture
11/13/2022 | 9:00 AM EST | Duration:

Cutting-Edge Approaches to the Nose and Sinuses

ENT102

This multidisciplinary panel of rhinology and rhinoplasty surgeons will engage in a discussion that will include a series of quick, to the point, opinions & current approaches that guide the listener in their sector of nasal or sinonasal surgery. This advanced panel will not focus on history and anatomy but will concentrate on current and cutting-edge approaches to the nose and sinuses. The panelists will also discuss their thoughts on rhinology in 2023 and beyond. The session will be structured around four short presentations and panel debate.

General Panel
11/12/2022 | 7:30 AM EST | Duration:

EXPO Product Theatre 1 | Medtronic | Considerations for Localized Drug Delivery in the OR and Office

EXPO113

Considerations for Localized Drug Delivery in the OR and Office.
This is a non-CME event sponsored by TBD.

Breakout Lecture
11/12/2022 | 1:40 PM EST | Duration:

EXPO Product Theatre 1 | Clarity Lab Solutions | Molecular-based Testing: Advancements in the Detection & Treatment of Biofilm Infections

EXPO115

How has Molecular-based testing allowed for advancements in the detection and treatment of biofilm infections. When utilizing PCR DNA molecular techniques, poly microbial infections are deconstructed and successfully treated often with a single antibiotic. This results in better patient outcomes through faster fact based treatment guidance.

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Clarity Lab Solutions.

Breakout Lecture
11/13/2022 | 1:30 PM EST | Duration:

Dermatologic Conditions that may be Encountered in an Allergy Practice

ENT131

During this session, attendees will learn about common skin manifestations that are seen in an allergy practice. Symptoms, physical findings of the management of these conditions.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 2:05 PM EST | Duration:

EXPO Product Theatre 1 | Stryker | To BDET or not to BDET – a deep dive on ETD patient selection

EXPO116

Join board-certified otolaryngologist, Dr. William McFeely, for a presentation covering balloon dilation of the Eustachian tube, including the following topics:
•Eustachian tube dysfunction disease state challenges and prevalence
•Common patient presentations of Eustachian tube dysfunction
•BDET mechanism of action and procedure flow

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Stryker.

Breakout Lecture
11/13/2022 | 10:00 AM EST | Duration:

The Modern Rhinoplasty. Outcomes that Continue to Refine our Approach

ENT103

This panel is a discussion of national rhinoplasty leaders as to how the present day state of the art rhinoplasty has evolved over the years and preferred techniques to achieve the ideal result.

General Panel
11/13/2022 | 2:00 PM EST | Duration:

Chronic Sinusitis and Pornography

ENT132

Chronic Sinusitis? Pornography? Do you really need me to say anything more in this description? No, this isn't just salacious clickbait. Ok, maybe it is, but I promise you, we'll have a short, relatively entertaining, and educational discussion about these two topics and why they are not all that dissimilar.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 1:40 PM EST | Duration:

EXPO Product Theatre 2 | Valent Medical | Introducing Epic S diode laser and ENTips

EXPO117

Introducing Epic S diode laser and ENTips, the ideal power tool and accessories for Rhinologic procedures in ENT office.
Ron Hadani, Chairman, CEO of Valent Medical & Yosef Krespi, MD, CMO of Valent Medical

This is a non-CME event sponsored by Valent Medical

Breakout Lecture
11/11/2022 | 10:00 AM EST | Duration:

Clinical Utility of the Neurodiagnostic Vestibular Test Battery

AUD117

Dizziness and vertigo are two of the most common complaints of individuals across the lifespan and often present to ENT clinics with a wide variety of symptom profiles. A comprehensive neurodiagnostic assessment protocol utilized with these patients should include a test battery which allows the examiner to assess function of the entirety of the vestibular periphery, as well as the neural substrates involved in the process of equilibrium. This session will outline the importance of a comprehensive neurodiagnostic approach to evaluating the dizzy patient. Participants will learn how the test battery both guides medical triage and management and promotes successful outcomes in vestibular rehabilitation therapy when warranted.

General Lecture
11/13/2022 | 11:00 AM EST | Duration:

Challenging Cases in Rhinology

ENT104

A panel of nationally recognized rhinologists will be analyzing a series of challenging cases from their clinical experience.

General Panel
11/13/2022 | 11:30 AM EST | Duration:

Advances in the Care of Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis

ENT105

Speaker Clark Rosen, MD will review current advances in the care of unilateral vocal fold paralysis.

General Lecture
11/13/2022 | 12:00 PM EST | Duration:

Voice, GERD and SLN Block

ENT106

To discuss laryngeal inflammation and hypersensitivity causing symptoms of globus, chronic cough or VCD (which are frequent reasons for referral to the general ENT) and potential treatment options.

General Panel
11/12/2022 | 9:00 AM EST | Duration:

The Otolaryngic APP. Great Profession, Endless Possibilities

SAPP91

The Student APP sessions will introduce training philosophy utilized in Network of Florida Otolaryngologists (NFO) approach to training advanced practice providers (APP) in otorhinolaryngology. Audiologists new to ENT will enjoy general perspective of how mid-level providers are trained to approach common disease presentations in ENT. This opening session will provide insight into the utilization of a physician assistant in an ENT practice. It will highlight scope of practice and the procedures performed; and hopefully make everyone want to practice in ENT!

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 9:15 AM EST | Duration:

Top 10 Most Common Presentations to the APP in Otolaryngology/HNS

SAPP92

Sessions utilizes a question answer format reviewing case presentations of the top 10 ENT conditions physician assistants and nurse practitioners in ENT need to be familiar

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 10:00 AM EST | Duration:

Allergy Overview and Management Options

SAPP93

The session will review indications for treating allergic disease, methods of allergy testing and treatment options.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 10:20 AM EST | Duration:

Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Sinusitis for the APP

SAPP94

This session provides an overview of the diagnosis and treatment of chronic sinusitis from the APP perspective. The session will include basic anatomy, clinical presentations and common medical management techniques.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 10:40 AM EST | Duration:

The APP and Research in Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery

SAPP95

This session will provide a brief overview of the current research including advanced practice providers and their participation in H&N surgery.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 11:00 AM EST | Duration:

Evaluation and the Head and Neck Mass

SAPP96

This is an introductory course for students entering the clinical management of head and neck tumors. Risk factors for mucosal based malignancies will be presented. Clinical presentations of the tonsil, base of tongue, oral tongue, hypo pharynx and larynx malignancies will be discussed. This session target audiences include medical students, residents, physician assistants and nurse practitioners beginning to clinically manage head and neck cancer.

General Lecture
11/12/2022 | 11:20 AM EST | Duration:

Differential Diagnosis and Evaluation of Horseness

SAPP97

This session is geared toward the new and seasoned APP with up-to-date clinical practice guidelines for the evaluation and treatment of Hoarseness. Pertinent history and physical examination, diagnostic tools at our disposal, special considerations, and differential diagnoses will also be presented.

General Lecture