Virtual Rhinology Webcasts

Virtual Rhinology Webcasts


2019 Virtual Rhinology IV

An all star cast was assembled by Drs. Jeremiah Alt, Pete Batra, and John DelGaudio for this fourth annual ARS Virtual Rhinology Webcast. The event was intended for general otolaryngologists with an interest in Rhinology, Rhinologists and Otolaryngology residents/fellows-in-training, and it aired for free on Saturday, March 16 2019.  This was the fourth fully online event dedicated to the advancement of Rhinology Education brought to you by the cooperation between the ARS and GlobalCastMD with generous support for this event made possible by KARL STORZ who has supported and believed in this online format since its inception.

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2018 Virtual Rhinology III

An all star cast was assembled by Drs. Jeremiah Alt, Timothy Smith and Sarah Wise for this third annual ARS Virtual Rhinology Webcast. The event intended for general otolaryngologists with an interest in Rhinology, Rhinologists and Otolaryngology residents/fellows-in-training aired for free on March 3, 2018. The third instillation of this series, the 2018 Webcast focused on Treating CRS in 2018.

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2017 Virtual Rhinology II

An all star cast was assembled by Drs. Zara Patel, John Delgaudio and Kevin Welch for this second annual ARS Virtual Rhinology Webcast. The event intended for general otolaryngologists with an interest in Rhinology, Rhinologists and Otolaryngology residents/fellows-in-training aired for free on February 4, 2017. The second instillation of this series, the 2017 Webcast focused on Controversies in Rhinology ranging from Methods of Immunotherapy to Empty Nose Syndrome.

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2016 ARS Virtual RhinologyBanner 2016 Virtual Rhinology

An all star cast was assembled by Drs. Zara Patel, Richard Orlandi, and Michael Stewart for this first ever ARS Virtual Rhinology Webcast. The event intended for general otolaryngologists with an interest in Rhinology, Rhinologists and Otolaryngology residents/fellows-in-training aired for free on January 16, 2016.  It represents the first of many live, interactive broadcasts covering practical applications of cutting edge research and technology in rhinology.

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