PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS Presidential Address at 2011 American Head and Neck Society Annual Meeting David W. Eisele, MD t is a distinct honor to address you as president of the American Head and Neck Society [AHNS]. Serving the Society as president is the highlight of my professional career as a head and neck surgeon, which I have wanted to be since medical school. I never imagined that I I would have this leadership opportunity, and I greatly appreciate being able to serve the AHNS this year in this role. Many of you here today are my friends, teachers, mentors, and heroes. Thank you for your support, fellowship, and collegiality. I chose professionalism as the theme of this tional resolve, lack of proper processes, and year’s AHNS Annual Meeting and as the intimidation. I will elaborate on how we subject of this address. This topic is not have addressed these issues. about me. I am neither an expert in this area nor do I discuss this with self- PROFESSIONALISM DEFINITION righteousness. To discuss professional- ism required that I delve into an area about There are numerous definitions of profes- which I had sparse knowledge. It also re- sionalism. The ACGME [Accreditation
JAMA Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery – American Medical Association
Published: Nov 1, 2011
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