AcademyU, the Foundation's comprehensive otolarygology education source, contains hundreds of learning options presented in a variety of formats to complement different learning styles.
COOL is a free, peer reviewed, interactive case study series that leads the learner from patient presentation through diagnosis, treatment, and referral. COOL is an excellent instructive program for non-otolaryngologist physicians and other health professionals who regularly encounter otolaryngology related problems.
Target Audience: medical students, non-otolaryngologist health professionals and staff.
Regional two-day workshops are designed to enhance the business side of clinical practice and help with the most current coding challenges.
Target Audience: practicing otolaryngology – head and neck physicians and surgeons, non-otolaryngologist health professionals and staff
AAO-HNSF offers a number of e-books as education resources for otolaryngologists, medical students and residents, and allied health professionals.
Target Audience: practicing otolaryngology – head and neck physicians and surgeons, medical students and residents, and non-otolaryngologist health professionals
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View otolaryngology-head and neck surgery related images via a simple search. Images have accompanying notes and annotations when available and new images are added when received.
Target Audience: practicing otolaryngology – head and neck physicians and surgeons, medical students and residents, and non-otolaryngologist health professionals and staff.
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One of our most popular educational products, each section of the Home Study Course brings you a Study Guide filled with journal articles, a section outline, educational objectives, a reference bibliography, a self-assessment exam, and a faculty symposium.
Target Audience: practicing otolaryngology – head and neck physicians and surgeons and residents
Online Courses are self-paced learning activities developed through the AAO-HNSF education committees. Online Lectures are based on the annual meeting instruction courses of the same name. Each lecture provides the highlights of these key sessions.
The Certificate Program for Otolaryngology Personnel (CPOP) is a three-phase training program to teach otolaryngology office personnel basic hearing testing. In this curriculum, allied health professionals learn to function as part of the hearing healthcare team under the supervision of an otolaryngologist.
Target Audience: non-otolaryngologist health professionals and staff