Stanford Otology Course
November 8-10, 2018
The emphasis of this course is on interactive learning with liberal use of expert panels focused on clinically relevant challenges, audience interaction, and case-based small group discussions with the faculty.
The course also focuses on clinical topics relevant to improving medical practice.
Stanford/Harvard TEP Course
Annual: March 16-17, 2018
This course is a “hands-on” workshop designed to give speech-language pathologists the opportunity to learn how to place and remove the prosthesis used for TEP speech and become familiar with the latest products on the market. In addition, the course will cover current treatment and trends in Head & Neck (H&N) cancer, surgical procedures, management of complications, heat and moisture exchangers (HME’s), tracheostoma valves, buttons, olfactory issues, xerostomia, dental and swallowing issues.
The course will facilitate the development and refinement of clinical skills for managing this patient population. The instructional format consists of lectures, digital imaging, discussion, live demonstrations and hands-on practice.
Advanced Swallowing Course @ Stanford
February 1–2, 2019
Voice and Swallowing Center
Department of Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery
Division of Laryngology
Guest Faculty will include:
Julie Barkmeier-Kraemer, PhD
James Coyle, PhD
Susan Langmore, PhD
Bonnie Martin-Harris, PhD
Questions? Contact AnnKearney@Stanford.edu
Stanford Facial Plastic Surgery Course
October 4-6, 2018
Learn the latest techniques in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery from leaders in the field. The course will broadly cover essential issues in aesthetic and reconstructive facial surgery.
This course is appropriate for the surgeon in Otolaryngology and Plastic Surgery, fellows in Facial Plastic Surgery, or the surgeons who would like an update on the latest trends in plastic surgery of the nose.
Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat: Pediatric Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology
February 2-3, 2018
This CME course provides current, up-to-date clinical advances in pediatric ophthalmology and otolaryngology. Faculty will present a variety of topics in lectures and panels that will include: vision and hearing screening, foreign bodies in the eyes, ears, nose and throat, swallowing disorders, red eye, epiphora, tongue tie and ocular trauma. The course also covers epistaxis, sleep apnea, and construction of the ear and ear canal.