2023 ENT for the Non-ENT

Date & Location
Saturday, February 11, 2023, 8:00 AM - 1:30 PM PST

Target Audience
Specialties - Family / General Medicine, Otolaryngology, Pediatrics

This dynamic and interactive virtual activity will equip primary care providers, sleep specialists, and other healthcare providers involved in the care of patients with otolaryngic disorders with the most current clinical information, technological advances, innovative approaches, and recent guidelines to support optimal care. The program is divided into 4 sessions, with each session offering an in-depth review of the most important issues facing PCPs: -Ears -Nose/Sinus -Mouth/Throat -Neck


  1. Evaluate and discuss effective treatments, technologies, and diagnostic modalities available for patients with sinusitis and other nasal disorders to improve their quality of life
  2. Determine appropriate assessment and management strategies for patients seeking treatment for clinical ear conditions, including infections, balance disorders, tinnitus, and hearing loss
  3. Recognize when to refer a patient to an ENT specialist and be able to counsel patients regarding possible treatment options the specialist might recommend
  4. Identify medical, surgical, and nutritional approaches for the adult patient population based on the relationship between sleep apnea and weight loss
  5. Effectively manage obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), including counseling patients in the utilization of dental devices to minimize the risk of CVD
  6. Apply acquired knowledge of common neck masses, diagnostic options, imaging modalities and treatment options for patients presenting with a head and neck mass or tumor
  7. Participate in workshops to enhance skills in evaluating the techniques and technologies used in sinus surgery


November 3, 2022


February 11, 2023