Weekly Teaching Conferences: Thursday 7 AM-11 AM
Grand Rounds are held weekly from 7-8 AM. Grand round lectures are given by speakers from Otolaryngology and related specialties and include lecturers from both the University of Pennsylvania and from medical institutions around the world.
Faculty lecturers from each subspecialty give the didactic lectures to the residents on Thursday from 8-9 AM. These lectures are focused discussions within the subspecialties and are meant to enhance clinical training and resident led didactics.
COCLIA is a self-study series arranged by the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery as a board exam review tool. Coclia didactic sessions are resident led discussions on important topics within otolaryngology.
Additional Educational Activities:
A monthly morbidity and mortality conference to encourage quality improvement within the department.
Weekly discussion based didactic session on Head and Neck Surgery topics for the residents led by the Department Chair.
Multidisciplinary patient conference includes specialists from Otolaryngology, Radiology, Pathology, Medical Oncology, and Radiation Oncology.
Faculty led discussion of current otolaryngology journal articles.
Cadaver dissection courses for the residents led by Head and Neck Surgery faculty.
Cadaver temporal bone dissections led by Otology faculty.
Department Sponsored Educational Conferences
Department Supported Educational Conferences