Duke Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences Alumni Conference
As we come together as the Duke Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences family we are reminded of the experiences, values and aspirations that bind us. This is the place where hopes have been realized and productive careers born. As a learning community committed to advancing practice and the development of new leaders, HNSCS is an asset to the larger Duke community and our global impact is realized through the work of our alumni, faculty and trainees. We again convene to celebrate our graduates, to engage in the practice of life-long learning and to enjoy each other’s company. We also honor those teachers and leaders whose legacies live on in the learning community that they helped to create. This program showcases this legacy and our on-going collaboration as faculty, alumni and trainees in growing Duke’s impact on Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Audiology and Speech and Language Pathology. As we prepare to send forth Drs. Matt Crowson, Adam Honeybrook and Sean Johnson as our newest graduates while also welcoming our newly matched residents, I am pleased to welcome Dr. Sujana Chandrasekhar as the 2018 William Hudson Lecturer, and Dr. James Saunders as the 2018 Duke Otolaryngology Alumnus Speaker. Dr. Chandrasekhar is a neurotologist and past president of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. Dr. Saunders is also a neurotologist whose work in global health has advanced hearing health services in many low-resource areas of the world.
Registration Fee is $150 (no charge for Duke Faculty/Residents)
Dinner Friday/Saturday: $75.00 for an individual, $50.00 per guest (no charge for Duke Faculty/Residents)
Golf: $95.00 per person (no charge for Duke Faculty/Residents. Same charge for all guest)
Deadline for Registration & Payment: June 15, 2018
Otolaryngologist, otologist, laryngologist, head and neck surgeons, rhinologist, and other physicians and physicians-in-training interested in head and neck surgery.
Physicians and other members of healthcare team (PA's)
At the Conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Practice medicine more effectively from greater understanding of health care systems
- Examine evidence based practices as supported by existing data.
- Demonstrate application of scientific method in research.
Friday Events - Trent Semans Center, Duke University Campus
Saturday Events - Washington Duke Inn
Resident Graduation - Hope Valley Country Club
Please call the Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club for hotel reservations at 919-490-0999 and mention Duke OHNS Alumni Group Code in Lori Allsbrook's name prior to May 20, 2018
Russel R. Kahmke, MD
Walter T. Lee MD
Sujana S. Chandrasekhar, MD, FACS
Jonathan Cohen, MD
James E. Saunders, MD
Adam Honeybrook, MD
Nicholas Mildenhall, MD
Sean Johnson, MD
David M. Kaylie, MD
Howard Francis, MD
Debara Tucci, MD
Tawfiq Khoury, MD
Calhoun Cunningham, MD
Feras Ackall, MD
Ramon M. Esclamado, MD
Matthew Cooper, MD
Daniel J. Rocke, MD
David Jang, MD
Kristine Schulz, DRPH
Ralph Abi Hachem, MD
- 6.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
- 6.50 Attendance
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