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Wrap-up, 73rd Annual Meeting, Edmonton, AB

The 73rd Canadian Society of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Annual Meeting that took place this past June in Edmonton was a great success with 380 delegates plus numerous companions, companies and guests attending. Participants, companions, sponsors and vendors all enjoyed themselves thoroughly!

Congratulations to the President, Dr. Frederick Kozak for his leadership, guidance and creative flare!  Kudos to the Scientific Program Chair, Dr. Vincent Lin and our CPD Chair, Dr. Yvonne Chan, for their diligence in presenting us with an outstanding scientific program.  The theme “Music, Mentorship and Motivation” was well received as were our truly outstanding and diverse guest speakers – Dr. Charles Limb, Dr. Nadine Caron and Mr. Jameel Janjua.  Our sincerest thanks to all the workshop, podium and poster presenters.  We are very fortunate to have such talented individuals who agree to showcase their work at our conference.

The Local Arrangements Chairs are often the unsung heroes of the annual meeting as they do a great deal of behind the scenes work to enhance the social and local activities.  Mrs. Donna Carter and Dr. Eddie Eksteen are to be congratulated for their efforts in making the Edmonton conference the memorable event it was.

We would like to extend our sincere appreciation to all the corporate sponsors and exhibitors.  Without their support we would be hard pressed to put on such a high-quality event.

Check out the website in the next weeks for the link to pictures taken by the meeting’s official photographer.  


Journal of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery

Call for Applications – Associate Editors

The Journal of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, a publication of the CSOHNS with anticipated IF of 2.163, is seeking applicants for the following Associate Editor positions:

Additionally, we are seeking 5 Residents to join our Board as Assistant to the Social Media Associate Editor (description).

Please review the descriptions outlining tasks and qualifications associated with these volunteer positions.  Resume and cover letter should be emailed to [email protected] by September 3, 2019.

Thank you.

Douglas B. Chepeha & Brian Rotenberg
Co-Editors-in-Chief


2019 Membership Dues

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Newsletters

CSOHNS

Western University

2018 November Bulletin (.pdf)

University of Toronto

2019 Spring/Summer Newsletter (.pdf)

 


Top 10 Reasons to be a Member of the Society

  • It is the right thing to do!
  • Attend the Annual Scientific Meeting at a reduced rate.
  • Waive the publication fee for accepted articles to the Journal of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery (worth $1750 USD).
  • Access on-line resources including CPD online courses with credit – COMING SOON.
  • Advocate for your patients as part of a national body in your scope of practice.
  • Collaborate with your colleagues from coast to coast to coast.
  • Enhance your credibility by belonging to your National Society.
  • Socialize with your peers in all disciplines of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery.
  • Professional development opportunities.
  • Access or assist in developing professional standards and guidelines for our profession.

Join now … click here


Employment Opportunities

STILL AVAILABLE(July 11/19)
FULL TIME OTOLARYNGOLOGIST, PEMBROKE, ON
Pembroke Regional Hospital is seeking a full-time otolaryngologist. Read More

NEW(June 28/19)
OTOLARYNGOLOGISTS, HALTON REGION, ON
Halton Healthcare is currently seeking two Otolaryngologist-Head and Neck Surgeons to join our dynamic surgical team at the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital site.  Read More

NEW(June 21/19)
OTOLARYNGOLOGISTS, TORONTO, ON
Available immediately, a full-time ENT opportunity in the heart of downtown Toronto. Our beautiful modern office hosts a very active adult and pediatric otolaryngology practice along with full speech and professional voice services. Read More

NEW(June 20/19)
FULL / PART-TIME OTOLARYNGOLOGISTS, TORONTO, ON
Toronto Head & Neck Clinic is currently seeking both full-time and part-time Otolaryngologists to work at our busy practice.  Read More

(June 19/19)
ACADEMIC GENERAL OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGIST, VANCOUVER, BC
The Division of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, in conjunction with Providence Health Care (PHC) in Vancouver, is seeking a full-time academic Otolaryngologist to join their 14-member group.  Read More

(June 19/19)
OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGISTE, EDMUNDSTON/BATHURST, N.-B.
Le Réseau de santé Vitalité, qui se trouve au Nouveau-Brunswick, cherche à recruter quatre otorhinolaryngologistes (ORL) à temps plein pour deux de ses établissements qui sont situés au nord de la province.  Lire la suite

Vitalité Health Network located in New Brunswick is seeking to recruit four full-time otorhinolaryngologists for two of its facilities located in the north of the province.  Read More

(June 11/19)
OTOLARYNGOLOGISTS (2-FULL TIME POSITIONS), SARNIA/LAMBTON, ON
Bluewater Health in collaboration with Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery are seeking a full time otolaryngologist to manage and treat adult and paediatric patients within the hospital serving the Sarnia-Lambton commuity with co-appointments in both Sarnia and London. Read More

(May 9/19)
LOCUM PEDIATRIC OTOLARYNGOLOGIST-HEAD & NECK SURGEON, LONDON, ON
Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western University and its affiliated hospitals invite applicants for a full-time Locum Pediatric Otolaryngologist-Head & Neck Surgeon.  Locum coverage is requested until May 31, 2020, start date flexible.  Read More

(Apr 29/19)
ACADEMIC HEAD, SURGICAL ONCOLOGIST, LONDON, ON
Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western University and its affiliated hospitals invite applicants for a full-time Clinical Academic faculty appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor or higher for the position of an Academic Head and Neck Surgical Oncologist.  Read More

(Apr 23/19)
LOCUM OTOLARYNGOLOGIST, TORONTO-NORTH YORK, ON
Office-based locum opportunity available in the Toronto / North York area starting immediately.  We have a very busy adult and pediatric otolaryngology practice that accepts referrals for all areas within the discipline.  This is a large multi-physician otolaryngology clinic that is fully equiped with flexible endoscopes, microscopes, and other routine otolaryngology equipment.  The clinic provides the full spectrum of audiology and vestibular testing.   Patient records are maintained via  EMR.  Numerous days/times for clinic are available with full secretarial and audiology staffing.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Dr. Everton Gooden: [email protected]

(Apr 16/19)
LOCUM OTOLARYNGOLOGIST, CAMBRIDGE, ON
The Department of Surgery is looking for a locum otolaryngologist to join the surgical team at Cambridge Memorial Hospital as of July 1, 2019.  Read More

Still Available(Apr 3/19)
OTOLARYNGOLOGIST, TORONTO, ON
The Toronto location of the Canadian Hearing Society, Department of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology invites applications for an Otolaryngologist.  Read More

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