We are looking forward to hosting our AHNS 2023 International Conference, “Welcoming Back the World: Striving for Innovation, Quality, Compassion and Collegiality” being held, July 8-12, 2023, at The Palais des Congrès Convention Center in Montreal, CN.
Early Bird registration rates available until July 3rd! To register click below.
**NEW TO THIS CONFERENCE:**
“CAMP AHNS” (Daycare Services)
Saturday July 8 – Wednesday July 12
CAMP AHNS welcomes children ages 6 months – 17 years. Children participate in age-appropriate activities including arts and crafts projects, active games and much more in a safe, nurturing environment. ACCENT will serve juice and healthy snacks. You will be responsible for your children’s meals. You can “brown bag it” for the entire meeting or check your child out for lunch time. The Daycare Room will be onsite at The Palais Convention Center while you attend the AHNS conference there.
Please click on the link below to view the hours of operation, costs, and more details about Camp AHNS.
**AHNS Additional Registrant Onsite Services**
In addition to the newly added Camp AHNS Daycare Services, AHNS will also have a Prayer Room and Mother’s Room for registrants to use during their time at the conference.
**Program Highlights – Saturday Course Series**
Register for one of the (4) course series offered on Saturday, July 8th, 2023.
For more information visit www.ahns2023.org
Management of Salivary Neoplasia Course (12:30-4:30pm * $50)
This course, developed by the Salivary Gland Section of the AHNS, will cover the most up to date management of both benign and malignant salivary gland pathologies. An international expert faculty will discuss current controversies in the treatment of salivary neoplasia. Concepts will be presented in didactic sessions and emphasized through panel discussions. Highlights will include an update on the most recent classification of salivary neoplasia, a review of current imaging modalities, discussions on the extent of surgery for both benign and malignant disease, and novel adjuvant therapies. The objective of the course is to provide attendees with an update on the current state of the art management of salivary neoplasia.
Robotics Course: Revisioning Head & Neck Surgery: Robotics, New Technology & Beyond (10:00am-4:00pm * $75)
The AHNS Robotic Course is a comprehensive review of the state of the art of transoral robotic surgery. Led by more than two dozen faculty from North America and around the world, this six-hour course consists of six interactive panels and debates, with no lectures. From the latest in clinical trials to a review of established guidelines, the objective of the course is to review fundamental knowledge and the latest science in TORS and other applications of robotic surgery.
Endocrine Surgical Section Review of Endocrine Surgery Advancements (9:00am-4:00pm * $75)
The Endocrine Surgery Section of the AHNS is proud to host an all-day session on Saturday, July 8, 2023, featuring innovation and new technology related to endocrine surgery. The first six hours will be filled with three 2-hour sessions on parathyroid autofluorescence and fluorescent angiography; advanced and/or aggressive Thyroid Cancer management, “New hopes for patients with historically limited options”; and Thyroid nodule ablation. The last 2 hours of the Saturday pre-meeting day session will feature hands-on demonstrations and experiential opportunities offered by leading medical technology vendors featuring options for all facets of endocrine surgery and endocrine surgery patients. All International AHNS Conference participants are welcome to participate in any or all Saturday session events.
APP Symposium (8:00am-12:00noon * Free)