Education Committee Members
Volunteerism is the key to the Foundation’s core function of educating our fellow otolaryngologist – head and neck surgeons and primary care colleagues, residents in training, and allied healthcare professionals. Membership on an Education Committee is a renewable 2-year term and a member earns Honor Award points for their efforts. They also have the opportunity to meet and closely interact with like-minded peers in the United States and around the world.
If you have expertise in a particular field and time to commit to education resource development, you are invited to apply to serve on an Education Committee. Committee members are expected to attend one meeting per year; usually held in conjunction with the Academy’s Annual Meeting & OTO EXPO. Additional meetings may be held by web- or teleconference.
The eight Education Committees are:
Education Activity Development:
Please visit the Education Product Summary for a comprehensive description of the Foundation's education offerings and the committee expectations for each.
Conflicts of Interest/Financial Relationship Disclosure
Committee members must be willing to disclose current financial relationships with individuals or organizations that could potentially present a conflict of interest. Such disclosure ensures that the content developed by the Foundation is not influenced by a relationship, financial or otherwise, with a commercial interest. This disclosure information will be published to all learners.
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