Stanford Otology Course
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 TEP Course
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.
Stanford Voice Course
Thinking Outside the Box
January 27-28, 2017
This course discusses topics such as PVFM, chronic cough, Buteyko Breathing, myofascial release, MTD, the injured singing voice, non-SD uses of Botox, myths related to voice, real facts on GERD and LPR, and breathing pattern disorders.
The goal of this course is to provide participants with practical information and tools that can be incorporated and used in daily practice.
Stanford Facial Plastic Surgery Course
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 resident surgeon in Otolaryngology and Plastic Surgery, fellows in Facial Plastic Surgery, or the surgeons who wish to brush up on the latest trends in facial plastic surgery.