Nov 6 - Nov 8
2014
Thu - Sat

Stanford Otology Course - 2014

Location: Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge, Stanford, CA

  

This year we return to the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning & Knowledge (LKSC) which offers an unsurpassed digital learning environment. The emphasis will be on interactive learning with liberal use of panels, audience interaction, and case-based small group discussions with the faculty.

Course Highlights:

  • A large and highly experienced faculty
  • Structured expert panels focused upon clinical challenges with audience interaction
  • Small group discussions with the faculty experts utilizing illustrative cases
  • Focused and concise traditional lectures

Special Interactive Features and Novel Educational Technology

Active learning, in which the physician participates in a dialog with experts around clinically relevant scenarios, is successful not only in transmitting knowledge but also in developing strategies to use it in medical practice. By moving away from the traditional lecture based format and embracing more interactive forms of learning (in the enriched technological environment of the LKSC) we seek to improve the effectiveness of CME and enhance its value to practicing physicians.

Focus on Clinical Topics Relevant to Improving Medical Practice 

Physicians planning to attend are encouraged to submit illustrative cases for consideration by the appropriate panel moderator in advance of the meeting. Please submit cases toycervantes@stanfordmed.org prior to October 3, 2014.

      

Contact Information

Please contact Yolanda Cervantes, CME Coordinator, at (650) 724-9549 or email ycervantes@stanfordmed.org