Department of Otorhinolaryngology

Otorhinolaryngology

CME: Continuing Medical Education

The Department of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery offers a series of accredited Continuing Medical Education programs for practicing Otolaryngologists. Led by experts in the field, courses and conferences are developed in accordance with the guidelines of the ACCME and are planned in concert with the CME Office at the Perelman School of Medicine. The department also offers resident training programs that are non-CME accredited.

The department's goal is to offer a series of engaging, educational programs in order to educate physicians and enable them to advance their knowledge and remain on the cutting-edge of their specialty.

Upcoming Programs

2017 CME Courses

              May 8, 2017, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

             (REGISTRATION NOW OPEN)

             April 15 - 16, 2018 , Smilow Center for Translational Research, Philadelphia, PA

             (REGISTRATION OPENS FALL 2017)

 

 2017 Resident Training

  • 5th Annual PGY3 SIMFEST    SAVE THE DATE!

             May 20, 2017, Penn Medicine Clinical Simulation Center, Philadelphia, PA

            TO REGISTER: CLICK HERE FOR THE SIM CENTER REGISTRATION SITE

This one-day program for PGY3 ORL Residents provides the opportunity to hone cognitive and psychomotor skills.  Hands-on learning opportunities include temporal bone surgery, micro-vascular and local flap procedures, ultrasound skills and laryngeal surgery – all accomplished with simulators. We will also simulate complex airway scenarios, focusing on diagnosis, and appropriate management of both the patient and the team. 
Fee for Residents: $250.

COURSE DIRECTORS: James Kearney: jakear@pahosp.com; Kelly Malloy: kellymal@med.umich.edu; Sonya Malekzadeh: MALEKZAS@gunet.georgetown.edu; Ellen Deutsch: DEUTSCHES@email.chop.edu; Luv Javia: javia@email.chop.edu

Past CME Courses

Penn's prior CME programs have been archived for reference.
To view a complete listing of prior courses click here.

 

  

Download the Brochure!The Penn Distinguished Skull Base Professorship and Forum jointly coordinated through the Department of Otorhinolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery and the Neurosurgery Departments at the University of Pennsylvania, will be held on May 8th, 2017 at the John Morgan Reunion Auditorium on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. The Penn Distinguished Skull Base Professorship and Forum will provide an exciting educational experience for both otolaryngologists and neurosurgeons and will feature lectures, panel discussions, and demonstration dissections. Please see the attached brochure for the full program schedule. Click the thumbnail image for the brochure.

 

To register: https://upenn.irisregistration.com/Site/PennDistinguished SkullBaseProfessorshipandForum

 

SAVE THE DATE!

DEPARTMENT OF OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY-

HEAD & NECK SURGERY

THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA HEALTH SYSTEM

4th INTERNATIONAL TRANSORAL

ROBOTIC SURGERY (TORS)

CONFERENCE

                               

         April 15-16, 2018        

Philadelphia, PA

Smilow Center for Translational Research

Course Directors: Gregory S. Weinstein, MD & Bert W. O’Malley, Jr., MD 

The 4th International TransOral Robot Surgery (TORS) Conference designed for Otolaryngologists, Head and NeckSurgeons, Radiation Oncologists, Medical Oncologists and other related health care professionals such as Speech LanguagePathologists, nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.  The agenda will consist of didactic presentations, TORS cadaver demo-dissections, live TORS surgery, and expert panel discussions.  The special focus of the meeting will include: TORS for benign and malignant lesions of the pharynx and larynx; TORS for parapharyngeal space and skull base lesions; and TORS sleep apnea surgery.

 

Just prior to the AHNS Annual Meeting in National Harbor, MD!