The Academy is looking forward to welcoming new OTO matches to the specialty on March 18. If you’re an incoming resident in otolaryngology, we’re inviting you to showcase yourself as a new face of the specialty!
We invite new OTO matches to share a Match Day photo or short video on social media by using the hashtag #IAMOTO and tagging @aaohns on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Special AAO-HNS and Match Day stickers are available on social media. Search “AAO-HNS” to use the stickers on your Facebook, Instagram, or Snapchat Story. Don’t have a social media account? No problem! Send your photos or videos to [email protected].
New matches who use the hashtag #IAMOTO and tag @aaohns on social media will be entered in a drawing for a special gift and the chance for their photos and videos to be shared on the Academy’s website and social media platforms.
The Academy offers several resources for OTO matches. We hope you’ll find these tools valuable and encourage the new matches in your program to take advantage of all that the Academy has to offer.
Are you interested in discovering more about otolaryngology as a specialty? If you are planning on pursuing residency in otolaryngology, or interested in learning more, the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery invites you to a webinar on March 24 at 8:00 pm (ET) to connect with practitioners representing academic, private, and military practices. They will discuss a range of topics, including what their average day involves, what types of surgeries they perform, the OTO residency application process, matching, work-life considerations, fellowships, and more. Register today!
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