Same Time Next Year
Daniel C. Chelius, Jr., MD, Annual Meeting Program Coordinator
Wednesday is the closing day of our meeting. These four days have been so professionally and personally fulfilling. I don’t know about you, but I have thoroughly savored the high level of education and shared learning that has been presented and present here in the City of Brotherly Love. Plus, the level of networking and personal interactions has been off the charts. Thank you for your role in that.
Although tomorrow is the final day of the meeting, rest assured that there is still plenty of valuable programming left to be viewed. Be sure to take time to attend such highlights as:
- Expert Consensus Statement: Management of Persistent Pediatric OSA After Adenotonsillectomy
- More Scientific Oral Presentations
- COVID Long-haulers: Update on Chronic Smell Loss
I would like to give a huge thank you to all the presenters who invested so generously of their time, preparing their presentations, sharing their ideas, and imparting their wisdom at the many high-level sessions. I am eager to take what I have learned back home and integrate it into my day-to-day practice.
I am also particularly grateful to the attendees who joined us for the Business Solutions for Breakfast, Lunch with the Clinical Experts, and Office Hours sessions. The Community and Conversations generated from attendee engagement were a highlight of this year’s meeting for me.
Don’t forget to claim your CME for your participation in this meeting. For more details, visit CME Information.
I wish each of you a safe trip back home. And let’s do this again next year. Mark your calendar for September 30-October 4, 2023, for the AAO-HNSF 2023 Annual Meeting & OTO Experience, which will take place in Music City—Nashville, Tennessee. Look for the Call for Science to open December 1.