ENT Specialist

A physician who specialises in the treatment of ear, nose, and throat disorders is an otolaryngologist, also known as an ENT specialist. Otolaryngologists work in those areas with patients of all age groups.

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KEY SKILLS

  • Excellent at communication

  • Passionate about patient care

  • Should have good analytical skills to help reach medical decisions

  • Should be able to empathise and be approachable with a patient

  • Confident about their knowledge and ability 

  • Detail oriented

  • Good at business administration if starting a private practice

  • Knowledge of head and neck anatomy

  • Time Management

PROS

  • Offers good job security

  • High pay

  • Highly sought after career

  • Highly specialized field of medicine - pediatric otolaryngology, rhinology, head and neck surgery, neurotology, etc

CONS

  • Education is expensive

  • Study is intensive and rigorous

  • Business management can be difficult if you start your own practise

  • Highly competitive

  • Emotionally and physically demanding to deliver bad news to patients while working odd hours

  • Having a good work-life balance can be challenging, but can be possible if you have your own practice

OPPORTUNITY TYPES

GOT WHAT IT TAKES?

  • Hospitals

  • Private Practice

  • Academia

  • Have a thirst for knowledge and research regarding ENT disorders

  • Passionate and proactive about improving patient care

  • A strong communicator and collaborator

  • Can maintain a level head in stressful situations

  • Need to be able to empathise with the patients

  • Emotionally strong to be able to deliver bad news

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Interesting Facts about the career

  • When you are stressed or scared your ears tend to produce more earwax

  • The nose contains over 12 million olfactory receptor cells. This allows us to identify and detect more than 10,000 different scents

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