For Medical Students
This site represents a co-operative effort by OtoHNS educators and clinicians across the country to provide an up-to-date, evolving, and engaging learning resource for Canadian medical students. The material presented reflects the consensus learning objectives set forth by the Canadian Society of Otololaryngology and Head & Neck Surgeons. The site is currently under development, contributions and feedback are welcomed.
NEW: The Oto Approach Podcasts
The Oto Approach is a podcast designed by medical students and written with the help of residents and staff otolaryngologists. The purpose of this podcast is to provide summaries of common presentations in OHNS, and to shed light on the many subspecialties within OHNS. These podcasts are designed with M4 students in mind; however, the episodes can be used as a supplement at any level of medical training. Whether you’re walking your dog, making dinner, or driving to the hospital, The Oto Approach is a great tool that can help you learn about all things otolaryngology.
This is an open access, medical education smartphone app and website that provides a standardized approach to learning about Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surery (OTOHNS). It is the official learning app of the Canadian Society of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. Based on well-established pedagogical theories, LearnENT uses interactive, peer-reviewed modules to cover the fundamentals of OTOHNS.
For more information, please download the app for free on the App store or visit the website at www.learnent.ca
There are four main sections: Ear, Nose, Throat and Head & Neck. Each section contains the learning objectives for that system, as well as learning modules covering an approach to the most common and important presenting complaints and conditions encountered clinically. Interactive learning modules will be added to each of these sections as they become available.
The Learning Modules
Click on one of the images below to enter a learning module »