New open access journal covers latest research on diseases affecting the head and neck areas

The American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery Foundation is pleased to announce that OTO Open, the Academy's new and official open access journal will be joining the Academy's premier journal, Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, both published by SAGE Publishing. OTO Open covers research on diseases and disorders affecting the ears, nose, throat, and related areas of the head and neck.

"OTO Open covers a broad array of science, from medical conditions to communication, speech, and hearing problems," said Editor In Chief John H. Krouse, MD, PhD, MBA. "We are pleased to work with SAGE Publishing to bring the latest research from the field to a global audience of scientists and clinicians in order to stimulate new ideas and innovative treatments."

Topics covered by the gold open access journal include general otolaryngology, head and neck surgery, health policy and economics, laryngology and neurolaryngology, pediatric otolaryngology, sinonasal disorders, clinical techniques and technology, patient safety and quality improvement, reconstructive surgery, allergy and immunology, sleep medicine, thyroid and parathyroid, and more.

"We're pleased to work with the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery Foundation and advance the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions in this field with wide applications to public health," commented Bob Howard, Vice President of Journals, SAGE Publishing. "With a rigorous peer review system and rapid publication of research, OTO Open will serve the Foundation's mission to drive improvements in patient care."

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American Academy of Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery (AAOHNS)

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