The vast inequalities of medical care worldwide, the portability of medical knowledge, and our duty as physicians are all reasons for humanitarian work.
The BOG is made up of local, state, regional, and national otolaryngology—head and neck surgery societies from around the United States and Canada.
The Section for Residents and Fellows-in-Training (SRF) was created in 2000 to get residents involved in Academy initiatives.
The Young Physicians Section is composed of young professionals who are under 40 or within eight years of finishing their residency and/or fellowship training.
The WIO Section is dedicated to assisting the career development of women otolaryngologists and those considering careers in otolaryngology - head and neck surgery.
International outreach, worldwide partnerships, and the exchange of information and education are important aims of the Academy and its Foundation.
The vast inequalities of medical care worldwide, the portability of medical knowledge, and our duty as physicians are all reasons for humanitarian work, both domestically and abroad.
The AAO-HNS is committed to the enactment of legislation that will strengthen the delivery of, and access to, quality healthcare in the United States.
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