ASPO COVID-19 Resources

ASPO wants to make sure that you have all the needed resources to move forward with your practice in this difficult time. We will keep you update with information as it becomes available.

COVID-19 Report I

COVID-19 Report II

COVID-19 Fellow Lectures

ASPO Statement on PPE for AGPs

ASPO 2021 Annual Meeting

The ASPO Annual meeting will take place May 19-22, 2021, in Montreal, Canada. Please stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks!

Become an ASPO Member
Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology. Applications for 2021 will open in July 2020. To learn more about membership requirements, deadlines, and to apply, please visit our Membership page.
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Complex Pediatric Otolaryngology (CPO) Subcertification Resources

 

ASPO COVID-19 Resources

ASPO wants to make sure that you have all the needed resources to move forward with your practice in this difficult time. We will keep you updated with information as it becomes available.
Upcoming ASPO meetings & events

2021 ASPO Annual and Summer Meeting Information

Abstract Submission Portal Now Open!
Submission Site
Submission Guidelines
Submission Deadline- November 15, 2020

ASPO Annual Meeting 2021

May 19-22, 2021, in Montreal, Canada

Becoming a Member

Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of ASPO. Applications for 2020 are open. To learn more about membership requirements, deadlines, and to apply, please click bellow.

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Find an ENT Surgeon

Looking for a Pediatric Otolaryngologist for your child? Click the map above to find your closest Pediatric ENT Surgeon.

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Research

ASPO is committed to research. Submit your request for Member Surveys or apply for a CORE grant.

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ASPO Mission

The Mission of the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology (ASPO) is to foster excellence in the care of education with otorhinolaryngologic (ORL) disorders by promoiting education and collaborative research, and to share in disseminate advances and innovations in patient care through the Annual Meeting and other venues.

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  • Improve the value of the scientific programs
  • Establish and maintain mechanisms for cooperative research
  • Examine the system(s) for the dissemination of new and valuable information
  • Monitor the barriers to optimal ORL care for infants and children
  • Identify the basic science knowledge, surgical, medical and habilitative skills that are required for providing excellent ORL care for infants and children
  • Develop the mechanisms for rational advocacy of PEDORL
  • Document the value of an integrated approach to the care of the patient with ORL

Education

Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship Guide

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Applicants interested in applying to Pediatric Otolaryngology fellowships should enter the Pediatric Otolaryngology fellowship match at http://sfmatch.org.

Most fellowships require completion of the universal application. Individual programs may require additional materials. Application requirements and contract information for each program are available in the Fellowship Program Listing.

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Education

ASPO Mini Mentorship Program

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The purpose of the ASPO mini-mentorship program is to increase the number of residents who are exposed to an active, tertiary care pediatric otolaryngology practice, and educate more ENT residents about the wide range of complex care that is provided by pediatric otolaryngologists. 

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Education

ASPO's Pediatric ENT Rotation Program for Minority Medical Students

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The purpose of the ASPO URM Pediatric ENT Rotation program is to introduce medical students from under-represented minorities to pediatric otolaryngology. The program has been endorsed by the AAO-HNS Diversity Committee.

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International Observerships

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The following hospitals accept international physicians for observerships in the area of pediatric otolaryngology. Please note that in the vast majority of centers the observers do not provide hands-on care and are not involved in treatment making decisions. For more information regarding the observerships, please contact the email provided for each center below.

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The American Board of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery defines complex pediatric otolaryngology as : "the compendium of medical knowledge and care for : a) children with complex otolaryngologic disorders, and /or b) common otolaryngologic disorders in children with complex comorbidities. A key tenet of CPO is that these children are on many occasions, better suited for medical or surgical care in tertiary pediatric facilities within inter-disciplinary teams." 

ASPO Newsletter

The Fall 2020 edition of the ASPO Newsletter is now available!