The ANS is committed to continued education, lifelong learning and professional development of all of our members. We recognize the particular importance of on-line learning opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic, and so are pleased to provide the following educational resources for the Neurotology community.

Simply click on the link to be directed to the educational content.

VIRTUAL PROGRAMS/CONFERENCES & EVENTS

COURSE: Stanford Otology Update 2022 
DATE: November 3-5, 2022
This conference will address the effective diagnosis and management of common, clinically relevant otologic disorders. The course content is designed to enhance clinical practice of providers caring for patients with otologic disorders. It will cover topics involving all aspects of diagnosis, medical management, and surgical intervention, as well as applying risk  reduction techniques, ordering and interpreting diagnostic testing, and evaluating evidenced-based data. 
CLICK HERE FOR DETAILED COURSE INFORMATION

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1st Annual Advance Techniques and Technology in interior and lateral skull base surgery. 
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
November 10-12, 2022
Leaders of Mount Sinai’s Skull Base Surgery Center are pleased to announce the inaugural annual anterior and lateral skull base dissection course in New York City, which will also contain a virtual lecture component for those who are unable to travel. Hosted by the Departments of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and Neurosurgery, this course is a comprehensive review with hands-on training of skull base open and endoscopic approaches.
CLICK HERE FOR DETAILED COURSE INFORMATION

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Did you miss the ANS webinars? You can still TUNE IN. 

ANS DocMatter Live!  - aired July 21, 2021

ANS D/I Committee/AOS presents "Achieving Equity in Surgical Healthcare" - aired June 14, 2021


 

ONLINE COURSES

(no CME credit)

Controversies in the Evaluation & Management of Otosclerosis
This seminar is a provides a comprehensive discussion of all aspects of otosclerosis, from pathophysiology, presentation and diagnosis, historical evolution of surigcal procedures and current surgical techniques. The seminar has embedded video and audio narration and is designed to allow the participant the option to review the slides at their own pace.

This course was developed by members of the American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO-HNSF) - Otology and Neurotology Education Committee and the American Neurotology Society (ANS) Video Repository Group.

Course Director: John T. McElveen, MD
ANS Video Repository Group:
Laura Brainard MD
Matthew L. Bush MD, PhD
Maura K. Cosetti MD
Aaron K. Remenschneider MD
Shawn M. Stevens MD
Esther X. Vivas MD
*additional video content provided by George Wanna, MD

EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

(in alphabetical order)

ANS Recommended OtoNeurotology Reading List!  

Headmirror.com

Dizzy Pocket Card

DocMatter - Exclusive to members only - must sign up
ANS DocMatter Code of Conduct

House Ear Clinic Grand Rounds

Otolaryngology Atlases-Stanford University

N.E.R.V.E. - Neurotology Eastern Region Virtual Educatio
n by MUSC

Surgeon's Log 2020 by NASBS (North American Skull Base Society)

The Hertzano Lab
 

REMOTE LECTURE SERIES

 

ANS MEDIA CENTER - PAST PROGRAMS & HIGHLIGHTS 

EXCLUSIVE TO MEMBERS ONLY - MUST BE LOGGED IN TO ACCESS THE MEDIA CENTER