Global ENT Outreach produces educational videos and contributes to numerous publications intended for a wide variety of audiences and purposes. Below are articles which will download and as well links of educational videos.
Survey of Otolaryngology Services in Central America
This article describes the ENT in Central America with a comprehensive comparison of resources and capacities in the countries of this region. .
Archives of OHNS, Vol 148, Issue #5, pages 674-678

Anatomy of the Ear: A 3 Part series on ear anatomy
These videos are for those interested in ear anatomy from an endoscopic point of view. They should assist those in learning the anatomy of the ear for future application in surgical approaches.
Source: Tympanotomy-An Otologic Approach
Source: Middle Ear Anatomy-Otoscopic Approach
Source: Mastoid anatomy-Otoscopic Approach

South America: A Perspective On Ear Disease
This article describes the ENT in South America with particular interest in the area of Otology. The issue is dedicated to South America and describes a number of programs in that part of the world .
ENT News, Vol 17, No. 4, Sept/Oct 2008

GEO Taking ENT Treatment and Surgery to Ethiopia
Honored to have been asked to write a contributing article for this journal, GEO told the story of their experience in Ethiopia and how we touched the lives of those suffering from laryngeal papilloma in this country riddled with poverty, malnutrition, and lack of health care services.
Exceptional Parent Magazine, March 2007, USA

Beyond Our Borders: A Humanitarian Approach
A truly humanitarian article, which was the opening article for the publication ENT NEWS in May 2005. The whole issue was dedicated to the area of humanitarian ENT services worldwide. The article outlines the philosophy of GEO.
ENT News, Vol. 14, No. 2, Pg. 43, May/June 2005, Scotland

ENT Community Program- South Auckland Health District Initiative
This article is the summary of a public program undertaken by Dr. Wagner while working in Auckland, New Zealand. The program which included working with public health nurses, was able to deliver diagnostic ear care services directly to public schools and access the health of school aged children. This type of program is critical in reducing the burden of ear disease through identification and education.
New Ethicals Journal, August 2003, New Zealand