Presented by the physicians of Ear, Nose & Throat Center
Ear, Nose and Throat Center
756 East 12200 South
Day: Saturday, November 12, 2016
Time: 8 a.m. – Noon
Registration Fee: $35 per attendee
Purpose & Objectives:
As a primary care provider, you are frequently confronted with patients who present with various ENT-related problems. Join us as the ENT Center’s board-certified otolaryngologists discuss ENT-related conditions and provide the most up-to-date information on how you can better diagnose and treat these conditions.
- Explore and review the current and contemporary treatment for snoring including diagnostics, radio frequency, and pillar implantation.
- Spot the difference between a cold and sinusitis. Be able to treat both.
- Better understand when sleep apnea surgery can be both helpful and successful.
- Avoid a missed diagnosis when patients present with ear fullness.
- Better identify and treat patients with benign or malignant thyroid lesions.
- Review therapeutical treatment options for Allergic Rhinitis.
- Have a better screening method to identify patients with sudden sensorineural hearing loss and prompt earlier referrals necessary for optimal treatment.
- Review therapeutic treatment options for Allergic Rhinitis.
- Understand the definition of hyperparathyroidism and how to diagnose and treat it.
- Be able to determine the benefits and limitations of transnasal esophagoscopy.
8:00–8:30: Breakfast and Registration
8:30–8:45: Bryan Tagge, M.D. – Snoring
8:50–9:05: Steven R. Taylor, M.D. – Sleep Apnea
9:10–9:25: John R. Bennett, M.D. – Sinusitis
9:30–9:45: Matthew Jepsen, M.D. – Transnasal Esophagoscopy
9:50–10:05: Steven K. Miller, MD, FACS – Epistaxsis
10:20–10:35: John E. Butler, M.D. – Ear Fullness
10:40–10:55: Eric L. Slattery, M.D. – Sudden Hearing Loss
11:00–11:15: Matthew E. Dahl, M.D. – Allergies
11:20–11:35: Jason A. Diaz, MD, FACS – Thyroid Nodules
11:40–11:55: Pramod K. Sharma, MD, FACS – Hyperparathyroidism
12:00: Closing Remarks and Adjourn
So we can better address your learning needs, when you register, please list
specific clinical issues you find the most difficult to diagnose and treat.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Utah Medical Association. The UMA Foundation is accredited by the Utah Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The UMA Foundation designates this live activity for a maximum of 3.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Disclosures: No one involved in planning or presenting this activity has any relevant financial relationships to disclose.