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We will be holding our annual meeting in person in Nashville, November 3-5, 2021. November 3rd will be held in conjunction with the NASPGHAN single topic symposium entitled “Pediatric Aerodigestive Medicine: Advancing Collaborative Care”. November 4 and 5 will be Aerodigestive Society specific. We are working on a virtual platform as well.

Please follow this link to the program for the single topic (NASPGHAN) symposium. Registration information for this combined program is available here. Please note this is for that single day only, our following days Aero society program and registration information will be published soon. Abstract submissions are at 2021 Abstract Submissions Are Now Open.

On November 4th & 5th 2021, the Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery will be partnering with the Aerodigestive Society to host the Annual Meeting for Contemporary Management of Aerodigestive Disease in Nashville, TN. This event promises to be a key educational event for organizations and professionals who are dedicated to improving aerodigestive care for children.

The Aerodigestive Society is a multidisciplinary group of physicians, clinicians, administrators, coordinators, nurses, speech and language pathologists, and other allied health workers who are members of teams that are committed to improving health worldwide for aerodigestive patients. This includes (but is not limited to) structural and functional airway and upper gastrointestinal tract disease, lung disease due to congenital or developmental abnormality or injury, feeding problems, genetic diseases, and neurodevelopmental disability. Our goal is to better understand the medical, psychological and social needs of the aerodigestive patient through education, research, and innovation.

Intended Audience
This course is intended for pediatric Otolaryngologists, Gastroenterologists, Pulmonologists, Anesthesiologists, Speech and Occupational Therapists, Advanced Practice providers, Program Nurses, and Nutritionists who provide care for children with complex breathing and feeding issues. In addition, those interested in multidisciplinary care delivery for populations with complex medical needs, including administrators, will find this conference beneficial. Residents, fellows, and students interested in these topics are encouraged to attend.

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