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The ENT Journal Club is held monthly from September through May, on the first Tuesday of the month. Journal Club will now be open only to Emory otolaryngology residents and members of MAES for an additional 18 CME hours.

Our next Journal Club will convene on Tuesday, January 9th, 7-9PM. Dr. Erick Lin will be our host. Dr. Lin's address is 1736 Logans Knoll NE in Atlanta. Click here for Google Map.

Dues for all of our activities - the Programs as well as Journal Club - amounts to a potential 26 CME CREDITS, including the price of the dinners, are only $325 for the year. Click here to pay your annual dues.

If you choose to attend only Journal Club and forego dinner meetings, an annual payment of $150 is requested entitling you to 18 CME credit hours. Please bring a check payable to MAES to the next Journal Club to give to the Treasurer or one of the officers.

Please email Nikhila Raol at nikhila.p.raol@emory.edu if you will be attending.

NOTICE! In an attempt to increase the effectiveness and depth of our discussions, there will be a subspecialty rotation put in place. We will likely have more than 1 article from each subspecialty, but the goal is to have enough time to discuss the articles and findings and will therefore hopefully be 3-4 articles instead of 6.

If there are particular articles you would like to have in consideration for inclusion, please contact Nikhila Raol.

The articles to be discussed will be:

January 9, 2018:
Otology and Rhinology

Pituitary and skull-base lesions and the litigious patient

Audiovestibular Symptoms as Predictors of Prolonged Sports-Related Concussion Among NCAA Athletes

Increased Long-Term Risk of Hearing Loss in Patients With Traumatic Brain Injury: A Nationwide Population-Based Study

Bone Density Development of the Temporal Bone Assessed by Computed Tomography

Intervention for Elevated Intracranial Pressure Improves Success Rate After Repair of Spontaneous Cerebrospinal Fluid Leaks

To check out our past Journal Club meeting discussions, click here.

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