The 2013 SENTAC Annual Meeting will take place December 5-8, 2013,
at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Long Beach CA.
Registration for the meeting is now available.
Click on the link below for all meeting information, registration and hotel reservations.
All meeting registration is on-line.
Deadline for Grey, Ruben, Stool Awards & Travel Grants: August 1st, 2013
Deadline for Cleft Palate Research Grant: August 31st, 2013
Take this opportunity to recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the ear, nose and throat health of children by submitting your nominations for the Gray, Ruben and Stool Awards. This is also the time for you to support the growth of SENTAC by nominating individuals for travel grants or submit a Cleft Palate research grant proposal .
These $1000 grants are to be awarded to individuals who have completed their training and who are neither a SENTAC member nor an Otolaryngologist. The individual may be an MD, a nurse, a physician assistant, an audiologist, speech pathologist or other professional involved in managing children’s ear, nose or throat conditions. The purpose of this grant is to broaden the scope of SENTAC membership. The nominating individual must submit a statement of no more than 500 words on behalf of the nominee. Award winners will be announced prior to the Annual Meeting. To nominate someone to receive a travel grant click here.
SENTAC is once again offering a $1,000 award to be given to the best abstract submitted on Cleft Lip & Palate to the 2013 SENTAC Annual Meeting.
In support of the alliance between ACPA and the Society for Ear, Nose and Throat Advances in Children (SENTAC) and SENTAC’s mission for advancing research, SENTAC is again offering a $5000 research grant to be awarded to an individual or group whose proposal offers to best represent quality interdisciplinary research – either basic science or clinical – which serves to advance the care of children with cleft lip and/or palate. A two page summary is required to describe background, rationale, objective, hypothesis, research design and budget justification. To submit your summary click here.
Registration is now open for the First Caribbean Pediatric Otolaryngology Conference to be held October 24 thru 27, 2013 at the Ritz-Carlton San Juan Hotel in Isla Verde, Puerto Rico.
Prominent speakers from different academic institutions from the US will be addressing the audience on diverse topics related to Pediatric Otolaryngology. This includes Pediatric Sinusitis, Otitis Media and hearing loss management, diagnosis and treatment of Pediatric obstructive sleep apnea diagnosis and tonsillitis. Emerging technologies for management of these problems; (i.e. Balloon Sinuplasty, Coblation, laser and microdebrider usage, cochlear implants), will be discussed. Please visit our website at www.caribbeanpediatricoto.org
For specifics regarding Faculty and the Scientific Program check out the website. The main objective of the program is to present the latest advancements in the diagnosis, management and treatment of common disorders of the head and neck in children. There will be afternoons free for social activities. We are offering 15 hours of CME. The Ritz is providing us with rooms at $200/night and the El San Juan Resort and Casino next door has rooms for us at $159/night. The website is open for registration. Please consider joining us!
Download a pdf of the flyer here