SFAO promotes the highest quality of patient care and advances the specialty of Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery & Rhinology and Sinus Surgery.
To Encourage and support student and early career researcher endeavours in the field of Otorhinolaryngology at all levels of training.
To create contexts in which researchers at all levels of training can interact in both formal and informal ways, and in which interdisciplinary collaborations can be fostered.
To demonstrate the considerable applied value of this research area in clinical and community settings.
To engage in collaborative endeavours with community partners.
To ensure that the translational value of research in this broad area is communicated effectively to the public.
To improve services and care for patients, especially by prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
To Bring together, both faculty and students from medical universities across the globe .
To Provide opportunity for promotion of Otorhinolaryngology education.
To Provide an opportunity for social contacts among Professionals and their students in the field of Otorhinolaryngology. We aim to be an expert in organizing conferences, summits, seminars, and workshops with the resourceful and nonpareil speakers throughout the world. We provide a broad range of networking opportunities to globalize in the field of Otorhinolaryngology.
Society For the Advancement of Otorhinolaryngology (SFAO) act as an information transfer platform of vastly updated and relevant material to a broad audience in the field of Otorhinolaryngology. We aim to be an expert in organizing conferences, summits, seminars, and workshops with the resourceful and nonpareil speakers throughout the world. SFAO provides a broad range of networking opportunities to globalize in the field of Otorhinolaryngology. We strongly believe in organizing awareness about Otorhinolaryngology throughout the world without compromising service and quality.
We aim to provide the highest quality care for patients with critical illness throughout the world the way we would want our own loved ones treated.