Call for Science Webinar
AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting Program Coordinator, Daniel C. Chelius, Jr., MD, hosted a webinar with Michele M. Carr, DDS, MD, PhD; Christina Dorismond, MD; and Marilene B. Wang, MD; about the 2022 Call for Science. Watch the recording to learn more about tips for writing effective education proposals and scientific abstracts.
#OTOMTG22 Call for Science
December 6, 2021 – January 28, 2022
Each year, the AAO-HNSF receives and reviews thousands of abstracts and proposals submitted by otolaryngologists and healthcare professionals. It is the goal to ensure the education programs offered at the Annual Meeting are engaging, significant, relevant, and of high quality, leaving attendees feeling equipped with the knowledge, tools, and resources to advance patient care and implement real change within the otolaryngology-head and neck surgery community.
Several topics were identified in a comprehensive gap analysis, and clear learning needs have been identified for each of these topics. Abstracts addressing one or more of these topics will be given special consideration during the review and selection process.
Before submitting your proposal, please be sure to read the Submission Guidelines in their entirety, as they will help guide you through the criteria and requirements that are applicable to each of the submission categories.
AAO-HNSF encourages submissions that promote gender diversity and include members of underrepresented communities, as well as topics relevant to diversity, equity, inclusion, and cultural competence.
This timeframe is inclusive of all program formats:
- International Symposium
- Expert Lectures
- Scientific Oral Presentations
- Scientific Posters
- Master of Surgery Video Presentations
- Panel Presentations
Submit Your #OTOMTG22 Proposal Today!
2022 Guest Countries of Honor
The Premier Event for the Specialty
The Annual Meeting & OTO Experience is designed for practicing otolaryngologist–head and neck surgeons and associates, researchers in otolaryngology, senior academic professors and department chairs, international societies, fellows-in-training, and residents from around the world to gather together each year to advance the specialty through education, networking, exhibitor interaction, and more.
Medical Minds from Around the Globe
The AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO Experience annually features the foremost leaders in otolaryngology thought leadership. We thank each of our expert presenters for their commitment to the specialty as we celebrated our 125th anniversary!
OTO Experience (Exhibit Hall)
The OTO Experience features the most comprehensive display of the latest products and services available for advancing the specialty of ear, nose and throat care.
With over 250 exhibitors in the OTO Experience, attendees are able to participate in hands-on demonstrations and Q&A about innovative, new products and technology that can help improve your practice and enhance patient care.
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