Duke otolaryngology residents with visiting professor Timothy M. McCulloch, MD, FACS, Chair, Division of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Wisconsin
Duke Otolaryngology residents are a close group, and we enjoy making the most of our time together. Some of the activities we enjoy as part of the program include:
- An annual resident welcome, in which faculty and residents gather to get to know each other.
- Our holiday party with the entire division.
- A Spring gathering following the in-service exam. Prior events have included activities such as bowling.
- Monthly journal club meetings located at various local restaurants around Durham and Chapel Hill. Topics are arranged based on various sub-specialties within otolaryngology.
Journal club consists of monthly meetings located at various local restaurants around Durham and Chapel Hill. Topics are arranged based on various sub-specialties within otolaryngology, and from this 3-4 articles are selected. These articles include landmark papers and up-to-date literature regarding a particular theme. Articles are presented by residents and discussed as a group with faculty. These sessions provide a unique opportunity stay current with newly developed procedures or reviews.
Duke otolaryngology faculty and residents at Bull City Room Escape.
Residents have also coordinated activities on their own, such as a Carowinds trip.
Duke Surgery Virtual Tour
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Medical Sciences Research Building 3 (MSRB 3)
Surgical Education and Activities Lab (SEAL)
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