ENT CME Offerings

The 35th Annual F. Johnson Putney Lecture in Head & Neck Cancer
December 11, 2020

The Charleston Pharyngoesophageal Manometry Training Program
January 15 - 16, 2021

The ABCs of Maxillofacial Prosthodontics Medical & Dental Billing
January 29, 2021

Southern States Rhinology Course
April 22 - 24, 2021 

The Charleston Course: 10th Annual Otolaryngology Literature Update
  July 16 - 17, 2021

The Charleston Vestibular Update
November 5 - 6, 2021

For more information on courses listed, please e-mail ent_cme@musc.edu.

The 35th Annual F. Johnson Putney Lecture in Head & Neck Cancer

December 11, 2020
Virtural Live Stream and Interactive

This half-day lectureship will bring together world class Head & Neck specialists to discuss improving the quality of health care for patients with head and neck cancer. 

Keynote Speaker: Carole Fakhry, M.D., MPH, Professor and Director, Johns Hopkins Head and Neck Cancer Center, Baltimore, MD 

The Charleston Pharyngoesophageal Manometry Training Program

January 15 - 16, 2021
A Virtual Live Streaming Interactive Event!

This two half-day introductory/intermediate program, designed for speech language-pathologists, laryngologists, and otolaryngologists, will consist of didactic sessions to introduce participants to the basics of pharyngoesophageal high-resolution manometry (HRM). Case based examples will serve to expand participants’ understanding of the clinical applications of HRM. Both pharyngeal and esophageal examinations will be covered.  We will focus on the diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities of HRM as well as protocols for pharyngeal dysphagia patients. CEU credits will be available.

Guest speaker: Gregory Postma, M.D., Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

We would like to thank the following commercial vendors for supporting this conference:

Bryan Medical
Medtronic
PatCom Medical Inc.
Laborie

The ABCs of Maxillofacial Prosthodontics Medical & Dental Billing

January 29, 2021
A Virtual Live Streaming Interactive Event!

This one day course is designed for dentists, prosthodontists, oral/maxillofacial radiologists and maxillofacial prosthodontists to review medical and dental billing for medically necessary dental treatment including: general dentistry, prosthodontics, radiology (including cone beam technology) and maxillofacial prosthodontics. 

The afternoon session includes the patient experience from the first visit all the way through treatment with emphasis on medical form completion and discussion on the role of the clearing house.

MUSC Course Director: Betsy K. Davis, DMD, MS

Southern States Rhinology Course

April 22 - 24, 2021
Kiawah Island Golf Resort and MUSC Campus

This course is intended for practicing Otolaryngologists and will feature presentations on topics for the practicing rhinologists and sinus surgeons. A hands-on laboratory dissection is available, featuring state-of-the-art endoscopic instrumentation, video, and image guidance systems. Go to the Southern States Rhinology Course website

The Charleston Course: 11th Annual Otolaryngology Literature Update

July 16 - 17, 2021
Kiawah Island Golf Resort

This course is designed to help the busy clinician stay current in our rapidly expanding specialty. Fifteen of our faculty members are charged with reviewing last year’s literature and choosing five to eight best articles in their subspecialty for critical review. In two days, more than 100 manuscripts will be reviewed, and those “pearls” important to your practice will be emphasized. There may be no better way to stay current in our field than with the Charleston Literature Course! 

The Charleston Vestibular Update

November 5 - 6 2021
MUSC Campus

This is one and a half day conference designed for all providers (audiologists, neurotologists, otolaryngologists, occupational therapists, primary care physicians, pediatricians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, VNG/ENG technicians and physical therapists), involved in the care of patients with vestibular disorders. The course will cover many key topics with regards to evaluation and management of dizzy patients. Our objective is to provide the attendees with up-to-date knowledge in this field and to enable them to employ best current practices when servicing this population.