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Date August 26, 2013
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Faculty Curriculum Vitae
I.
PERSONAL DATA
First Name
Last name
Current Academic Rank
Department(s)
Office Address
Phone
Fax
Email
J. David
Kriet
Associate Professor
Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
3901 Rainbow Blvd, MS 3010, Kansas City, KS 66160
913-588-6731
913-588-6708
[email protected]
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Undergraduate and Graduate Education
Years (Inclusive)
Degree
Institution
1983-1987
B.S. in Microbiology
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
1987-1991
Doctor of Medicine
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine,
Oklahoma City, OK
Postgraduate Education
Years (Inclusive)
Degree
1991-1993
Residency, General Surgery
1993-1997
Residency, Otolaryngology-HNS
1997-1998
Fellowship, Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
Institution
University of Washington School of Medicine,
Seattle, WA
University of Washington School of Medicine,
Seattle, WA
Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR
Academic and Professional Appointments and Activities
(List in chronological order. Please explain any discontinuity in professional experience)
Month and Year
Position
Institution
July 1997 – July 1998
July 1997 – July 1998
July 1997 – July 1998
August 1998 – July 2005
August 1998 – Present
August 1998 – Present
August 1998 – Present
February 1999 – Present
July 2009 – Present
October 2000 – Present
July 2003 – Present
Clinical Instructor, Facial Plastic
and Reconstructive Surgery
Staff Surgeon, Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
Consultant, Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
Assistant Professor, Facial
Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery
Active Staff
Oregon Health Sciences University
Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
Oregon Health Sciences University
Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Portland, OR
Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
University of Kansas School of Medicine
Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
Associate Staff, OtolaryngologyHead & Neck Surgery
Staff Physician, OtolaryngologyHead & Neck Surgery
Active Staff
Truman Medical Center
Department of Surgery
Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Kansas City, MO
Department of Specialty Care
KU MedWest, Shawnee, KS
Active Staff, OtolaryngologyHead & Neck Surgery
Clinical Assistant Professor,
Otolaryngology-Head & Neck
Surgery
Division Chief, OtolaryngologyHead & Neck Surgery
Children’s Mercy Hospital & Clinics
Department of Surgery
University of Missouri School of Medicine
Kansas City, MO
Department of Surgery
Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center, Kansas City, MO
Department of Surgery
University of Kansas Medical Center
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July 2005 – Present
July 2009 – Present
Associate Professor, Facial
Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery
WS and EC Jones Chair in
Craniofacial Reconstruction
University of Kansas School of Medicine
Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
University of Kansas School of Medicine
Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
Professional Registration/Licensure
Year
Number
State
1993 – 1997
MD 00031079
Washington
1997 – 1998
MD 20533
Oregon
1998 – Present
04-27565
Kansas
1998 – Present
MD 114939
Missouri
Professional Certification(s)
Date
Board
April 1998
American Board of Otolaryngology, Certificate No. 4861
June 2000
American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
July 2011
American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Voluntary Recertification
Professional Societies and Affiliations
Year
Organization (including offices held)
1990 – Present
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (Junior Initiate)
1994 – Present
1996 – 1998
American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery
Fellow (1998-present)
Member, Facial Plastic Surgery Subcommittee (2001- 2003)
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Fellow (2001-present)
Fall and Spring Meeting Subcommittee (1998 – 1999)
Fellowship Committee (1998-present)
Awards Committee (1998-2002)
Needs Assessment Subcommittee (1999-present)
Continuing Medical Education Committee (1999-present)
Fellowship Curriculum Subcommittee (2001-2003)
Chairman, Awards Committee (2002-present)
Planning Committee, 9th International Facial Plastic Symposium (2002-2004)
Northwest Academy of Otolaryngology
1997 – Present
American Medical Association
1997 – Present
DeWeese Society, Oregon Health Sciences Department of Otolaryngology
1998 – Present
American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association
1998 – Present
1999 – Present
Kansas City Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Society
Program Chairman (2002-2003)
Franklin D. Murphy Academic Society, Faculty Advisor
1999 – Present
Metropolitan Medical Society
2001 – Present
American College of Surgeons, Fellow
2001 – Present
AO-ASIF North America Craniomaxillofacial Faculty
2001 – Present
Society of University Otolaryngologist – Head and Neck Surgeons
1994 – Present
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2004 – Present
University of Washington Alumni Association
2004 – Present
Robert L. Simons Leadership Society
Honors and Awards (honorary societies, research awards, teaching and other awards)
Year
Award
1983
University Scholar, University of Oklahoma
1988
O'Hornet Merit Scholarship
1988
Metzgar and Slick Merit Scholarship, University of Oklahoma
1988
Presbyterian-Harris Foundation Research Scholar
1989
1990
Outstanding Medical Student Achievement Award - American College of
Rheumatology
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (Junior Initiate)
1991
Hewlett-Packard Outstanding Medical Graduate Award
1991
Graduated seventh in class, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
1994
The Lamkin Temporal Bone Dissection Award
1997
The Donaldson Award for Outstanding Presentation-Alumni Day, University
of Washington
Otolaryngology and Facial Plastics Journal, Editorial Review Board,
eMedicine
National Leadership Award, Physicians Advisory Council. National
Republican Congressional Committee
Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, Editorial Review Panel
Official Journal of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Journal, Editorial Review Board,
Ad Hoc Member
Official Journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and
Neck Surgery
Speaker’s Bureau, American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery
Inclusion in guide to America’s Top Cosmetic Surgeons and Dentists
2000
2001
2001 – Present
2002 – Present
2002 – Present
2003 – Present
2003 – Present
2004 – 2006
Elected to 1887 Club, American Academy of Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
Voted inclusion in Consumers’ Research Council of America “Guide to
America’s top physicians”
Elected to Founders Club, American Academy of Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare 2004-2005
2006
Top Doc, University of Kansas Hospital
2008-2009, 2012-2014
Super Doctor, Kansas City Magazine
2009-2011
Best Doctors in America
2009
University of Kansas Faculty Leadership Academy (2007-2009)
2009
2010-2013
Best in Show, Photography Division; Art/Work-Creativity from the Cube
Kansas City Arts Council
Best Doctors, Kansas City Business Journal
2010-2011
Best Doctors in America
2003 – Present
2004 – Present
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II. TEACHING ACTIVITIES
(Teaching evaluations and other evidence of quality teaching must be attached; this represents the teacher’s portfolio
and should be accurately summarize ALL of your teaching activities.)
Brief statement of areas of teaching interest:
One of my primary responsibilities has been the building of a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery program
within our department. This includes clinical and educational components. As background, it was quite uncommon
when I started in 1998 for Otolaryngology residencies to have a full-time academic facial plastic surgeon on faculty.
To this day, it remains difficult to retain dedicated academic facial plastic surgeons since many leave for more
lucrative private practice within the first 3-5 years of joining a department. As a result, many programs were, and
continue to be, cited by the RRC for deficiencies in facial plastic surgery education since it accounts for 25% of our
otolaryngology board examination. This was indeed the case for our program prior to 1998, but we have received
no citations in the area of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery since I joined the faculty. Our facial plastic
surgery curriculum has become more robust over the years and continual refinement is performed with a mix of
didactics, small group discussions, laboratories, and hands on surgical experience. Clinical volume has increased
tremendously with program building and Dr. Humphrey was recruited and joined the practice as a second
fellowship-trained, board certified facial plastic surgeon in 2009. This adds tremendously to the resident educational
experience.
I have had the good fortune of serving as an educator at a national and international level within several
organizations. My leadership roles within AO CMF North America and AO CMF International have perhaps been the
most rewarding professionally. The AO is a medically guided, global network of surgeons that comprises the
world’s leading educational and research organization for trauma and musculoskeletal treatment. This organization
is charged with promoting excellence in the care of the facial trauma and reconstructive patient. With my seven-year
tenure on the AO North America CMF Specialty Board and three-year term on the AO CMF International Specialty
Board, I have had the opportunity to directly shape the educational experiences in facial trauma and reconstruction
for thousands of learners around the world. Our boards design, implement, evaluate, and refine educational
opportunities through a continuous feedback loop. I have had the opportunity to serve as educational director or
course chairperson for 13 national courses within the AO (course director or chairman bolded in didactic
instruction below). I have also been fortunate to teach residents at a national and international level through this
organization. I have lectured, conducted small group discussions, served on panels and instructed in hands-on
practical exercises (including many cadaver workshops) at over 35 courses around North America. Additionally,
I have taught residents and practicing surgeons in 8 courses in 6 countries on 3 continents.
I have consistently strived for excellence in teaching to a wide range of learners. I have incorporated interactive
discussions in the small group setting to facilitate participation and knowledge retention. This philosophy has been
applied to our national AO educational courses while I have been a member of the board. I also keep my didactic
presentations “state of the art” and have received praise for the quality and consistency of my patient photography. I
was among the first to switch from 35mm slides to all digital photography (September 1999) and was one of the
earliest facial plastic surgeons to incorporate video into PowerPoint presentations. These videos have been
especially helpful in describing newer techniques (e.g. endoscopic orbital fracture repair) to medical students,
residents, community physicians, and colleagues at the national and international level.
I would like to outline my involvement with the various classifications of learners below.
Medical Students-Medical students are present with me primarily in the operating room at the University of Kansas
Hospital but also at KU MedWest. Medical students rotating on service also attend my didactic lectures and have
consistently attended Alumni Day Conferences and the Facial Trauma Plating Workshops and Cadaver dissection
courses. I have mentored a number of the rotating medical students on choosing a career in Otolaryngology and
Facial Plastic Surgery.
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Residents-I have daily interaction with the otolaryngology residents. As of this year, 16 residents gain daily
exposure to the entire spectrum of facial plastic surgery. I am able to provide excellent depth and breadth in clinical
education to our medical students and residents. Our residents consistently graduate with numbers of key
facial plastic surgical cases exceeding the American Board of Otolaryngology national mean numbers. I
have also added to the resident’s experience by developing reconstructive facial plastic surgery at the Kansas City
Veterans Affair’s Hospital, which is now continued under the direction of my partner, Clint Humphrey, MD. I add to
their exposure through the various regional courses and workshops that I organize at KU and I often take a resident
with me to the national courses where I am an invited speaker. Each of our residents also attends at least two AO
CMF courses during their tenure at KU. I have received high marks on my teaching evaluations from our residents
over the years as can be seen in the chart below.
Average
Faculty
Average
AllAll
Faculty
2012-2013
2012-2013
J. David Kriet Resident
Teaching Evaluations
Scale
Low
1-2
Avg
3-4
High
5
Can't Eval CE
No Eval Rtr NR
Overall Average
FY0
8
4.91
4.73
4.45
4.45
4.36
4.55
4.64
4.45
4.20
4.17
4.64
FY0
9
4.92
4.77
4.46
4.54
4.38
4.62
4.69
4.54
4.33
4.29
4.69
FY1
0
4.83
4.71
4.71
4.29
4.14
4.71
4.86
4.57
4.00
4.20
4.50
FY1
1
4.93
4.67
4.50
4.64
4.71
4.73
4.67
4.67
4.60
4.60
4.55
FY1
2
4.71
4.50
4.58
4.52
4.42
4.63
4.83
4.74
4.33
4.23
4.45
FY1
3
4.91
4.57
4.65
4.50
4.48
4.65
4.87
4.78
4.69
4.64
4.56
4.71
4.57
4.61
4.6
4.54
4.59
4.63
4.64
4.51
4.44
4.47
4.51
4.73
4.50
4.57
4.50
4.66
4.54
4.66
4.57
Kriet Average FY06-FY13 =4.58
Average All Faculty
2012-2013
FY0
7
4.92
4.92
4.67
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.67
4.70
4.50
4.44
4.82
Average All Faculty
2012-2013
Breadth of Knowledge
Teaching Ability
Availability
Academic Interest
Concern for Performance
Overall Contribution
Surgery
Relationship to Patients
Research Orientation
Stimulates Interest
Lectures
FY0
6
4.89
4.56
4.67
4.44
4.63
4.67
4.25
4.63
3.71
4.29
4.89
Community-It is important for the public to be well educated in health matters. I have participated in the University of
Kansas Wellness Seminars since their inception in 1999. I have the longest running educational series among all
University of Kansas physicians and educators with 75 classes and skin cancer screenings provided. I also was
asked, with Drs. Tsue and Girod, to speak at the University of Kansas Mini-Medical School in 2001 and our
presentation received praise.
National-I have been invited as a guest lecturer to many courses and workshops as listed below. This reflects my
experience and the quality of my presentations. I am frequently asked to educate physicians and residents from the
specialties of Otolaryngology, Plastic Surgery, and Oral Surgery in facial trauma management as a national AO-ASIF
Craniomaxillofacial faculty member (AONA Faculty Evaluations, Appendix A).
Finally, I have instituted many new avenues for teaching within our department as listed below:

Annual Alumni Day Resident and Faculty Research Forum

Hard Tissue Facial Plating Course

Soft Tissue Workshop

Interesting Case Forum

Mock Oral Board Examinations
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Community Wellness Seminars
Organization of these educational events required substantial fundraising by me as shown below:

Alumni Day Research Forum (1999-2010)
$7,000-10,000 annually

Hard Tissue Facial Plating Course (2001 and 2002)
$8,000-10,000 per course

Resident Mandibular Plating Workshop (2000)
$3,500

Head and Neck Cadaver workshop (2011-present)
$4,500 annually
TOTAL
$102,000-136,000
1. Instruction:
Didactic (e.g.: lectures and formal presentations)
Academic
Year
1994
1994
1995
1996
1997
1997
1997
1997
Course
American Academy of
Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
Spring Meeting
University of Washington
Department of
Otolaryngology/Head
and Neck Surgery
Alumni Day
University of Washington
Department of
Otolaryngology/Head
and Neck Surgery
Alumni Day
University of Washington
Department of
Otolaryngology/Head
and Neck Surgery
Alumni Day
Western Trauma
Association 27th Annual
Meeting, Snowbird, Utah
Title
The Extended Abbé Flap
Instruction
Type
Hours
Lecture
.5
No
90
Student
Type
Facial Plastic
Surgeons
The Extended Abbé Flap
Lecture
.5
20
55
10
Residents
Otolaryngologists
Nurses
Evaluation of
Otoacoustic Emissions in
the Developing Gerbil
Lecture
.5
20
45
10
Residents
Otolaryngologists
Nurses
Osteoplastic Frontal
Sinus Obliteration: A
Five Year Review
Lecture
.5
20
45
15
Residents
Otolaryngologists
Nurses
Management of SelfInflicted Low-Energy
Gunshot Wounds that
Violate the Anterior Skull
Base
Lecture
.5
65
Surgeons
University of Washington
Department of
Otolaryngology/Head
and Neck Surgery
Alumni Day
American Academy of
Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
Fall Meeting, San
Francisco, California
Department of
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Grand
Rounds, Univ. of
Oklahoma College of
Medicine, Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma
Management of SelfInflicted Low-Energy
Gunshot Wounds that
Violate the Anterior Skull
Base
Nasal Reconstruction
Using the Inferior
Turbinate Flap
Lecture
.5
20
50
Residents
Otolaryngologists
Lecture
.5
75
Facial Plastic
Surgeons
Principles of Subtotal
and Total Nasal
Reconstruction
Lecture
1
10
5
10
Residents
Faculty
Otolaryngologists
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1998
Oregon Academy of
Otolaryngology Annual
Meeting
Nasal Reconstruction
Emphasizing Options in
Vascularized Nasal
Lining
Lecture
.5
50
Otolaryngologists
1998
Department of
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Grand
Rounds, Oregon Health
Sciences University,
Portland, Oregon
Family MedicineSpokane Soft Tissue
Workshop
Family MedicineSpokane Soft Tissue
Workshop
Seventh International
Symposium of Facial
Plastic Surgery, Orlando,
Florida
Seventh International
Symposium of Facial
Plastic Surgery, Orlando,
Florida
Kansas City Society of
Ophthalmology and
Otolaryngology, Kansas
City, Missouri
Management of Facial
Gunshot Wounds
Lecture
1
10
10
10
Residents
Otolaryngologists
Faculty
Scar Revision and
Camouflage Decisions
Lecture
.5
25
10
Residents
Physicians
Soft Tissue and Facial
Trauma-Diagnosis and
Management Decisions
Rhytidectomy and
Cervical Lipectomy after
Head and Neck Surgery
Lecture
.5
25
10
Residents
Physicians
Lecture
.5
75
Facial Plastic
Surgeons
Nasal Reconstruction in
Trigeminal Trophic
Syndrome
Lecture
.5
75
Facial Plastic
Surgeons
1. Nasal Reconstruction
Emphasizing the Inferior
Turbinate Flap as a
lining Source
2. Management of Facial
Creases and RhytidsMinimally Invasive
Options
3. Management of the
Secondary Cleft Nasal
Deformity
Laceration repair and
scar revision
Lecture
1.5
10
4
100
Residents
Medical Students
Otolaryngologists
Lecture
1
Dynamics of the Aging
Brow
Lecture
.5
8
1-3
10
40
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Otolaryngologists
Beautiful Faces
Lecture
1
20
Nurses
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Missouri State Medical
Association 141st Annual
Convention, Osage
Beach, Missouri
Society of
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery
Nurses, Greater Kansas
City Chapter
1999
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, KU MedWest,
Shawnee, Kansas
Options in Cosmetic
Surgery
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
1999
University of MissouriKansas City and Truman
Medical Center
Department of Surgery
Multidisciplinary Trauma
Diagnosis and
Management of
Laryngeal Trauma
Lecture
1
30
15
15
Residents
Nurses
Physicians
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CME Conference
1999
KU MedWest CME
Lunch Series, Shawnee,
Kansas
University of Kansas
Medical Center
Pharmaceutical
Representative Training
Course, Kansas City,
Kansas
Soft Tissue Course.
Department of Oral
Surgery, University of
Missouri School of
Dentistry
Update-New Treatment
Procedures in Facial
Plastic Surgery
Head and Neck
Infections and Antibiotic
Usage
Lecture
1.5
7
20
Physicians
Nurses
Lecture
1
15
3
Sales Reps
KU Reps
1. Transposition FlapsDesign and Indications
2. Scar Revision Surgery
Techniques
Lecture
1.5
16
7
Residents
Faculty
1999
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, University of
Kansas Medical Center,
Kansas City, Kansas
Facial Plastic Surgery
Options
Lecture
1.5
10
Members of
public
1999
The Portland Rhinoplasty
Course. Portland,
Oregon
Lecture
2
40
10
5
Residents
Otolaryngologists
Medical Students
1999
Department of Oral and
Maxillofacial Surgery
Grand Rounds,
University of MissouriKansas City School of
Medicine
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, KU MedWest,
Shawnee, Kansas
Facial and Head and
Neck Anatomy
Dissection Course,
University of
Washington, Seattle,
1. Correlation Between
Nasal Anatomy and
Aesthetics
2. The Septum and
Turbinates in
Rhinoplasty
3. Postoperative
Management in the
Rhinoplasty Patient
4. Grafting in
Rhinoplasty-Materials
and Rationale
Laryngeal TraumaPathogenesis,
Diagnosis, and
Management
Lecture
1
3
8
5
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Medical Students
Otoplasty
Lecture
1
Facial trauma
Lecture
1
Facial proportions
Lecture
1
Facial Rejuvenation
Lecture
1.5
8
1-3
10
8
1-3
10
8
1-3
10
12
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Members of
public
Management of the
Septum and Turbinates
in Rhinoplasty
Lecture
.5
35
10
15
Residents
Medical Students
Otolaryngologists
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
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Washington
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
University of Kansas
Medical Center CME
Series, “Topics in
Trauma, Kansas City,
Kansas
Kansas City Society of
Ophthalmology and
Otolaryngology, Kansas
City, Missouri
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
LifeCell Corporation,
Branchberg, New Jersey
Evaluation and
Management of Facial
Trauma
Lecture
1
40
Physicians
Nurses
Management of the
Nasal Valve and
Deviated Caudal Septum
Lecture
.5
10
2
100
Residents
Medical Students
Otolaryngologists
Management of the
upper aging face and
eyes
Facial trauma
Lecture
1
Lecture
1
Facial Paralysis:
Management Options
Lecture
1
8
1-3
10
8
1-3
10
10
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, KU MedWest,
Shawnee, Kansas
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, University of
Kansas Medical Center,
Kansas City, Kansas
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, Creekwood
Family Care, Kansas
City, Missouri
The Portland Rhinoplasty
Course. Portland,
Oregon
Facial Rejuvenation
Lecture
1.5
12
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Physicians
Scientists
Corp. Executives
Members of
public
Preventing Skin Cancer
and Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
Preventing Skin Cancer
and Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
35
Members of
public
1. Correlation Between
Nasal Anatomy and
Aesthetics
2. The Septum and
Turbinates in
Rhinoplasty
3. Postoperative
Management of the
Rhinoplasty Patient
Facial Rejuvenation
Lecture
1.5
10
40
5
Otolaryngologists
Residents
Medical Students
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
Functional Rhinoplasty
and Management of the
Nasal Valve
Panel
1.5
175
National
Otolaryngologists
Turn Back the Clock
/Skin Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
1. Frontal Sinus
Lecture
1
10
Practitioners
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, University of
Kansas Medical Center,
Kansas City, Kansas
Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Forum,
Fall Meeting of American
Academy of
Otolaryngology – Head
and Neck Surgery
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, KU MedWest,
Shawnee, Kansas
The KU Department of
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Otolaryngology
Multidisciplinary
Maxillofacial Trauma
Course, Kansas City,
Kansas
Fractures
2. Orbital Fractures:
Overview and
Management Issues
2001
The KU Department of
Otolaryngology
Multidisciplinary
Maxillofacial Trauma
Course, Kansas City,
Kansas
Fractures of the Body
and Anterior Mandible
Lecture
2001
University of Kansas
School of Medicine Mini
Medical School, Kansas
City, Kansas
The Head and Neck: The
Good, The Bad, and the
Ugly
2001
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, University of
Kansas Medical Center,
Kansas City, Kansas
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Kansas City Society of
Ophthalmology and
Otolaryngology, Kansas
City, Kansas
2002
2002
2001
2002
2002
2002
2002
2002
35
5
Residents
Medical Students
.5
10
35
5
Practitioners
Residents
Medical Students
Lecture
1
100
Members of
public
Turn Back the Clock
/Skin Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
Facial trauma
Lecture
1
Management of Facial
Paralysis
Lecture
.5
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, University of
Kansas Medical Center,
Kansas City, Kansas
Turn Back the Clock
/Skin Cancer Screening
Lecture
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, KU MedWest,
Shawnee, Kansas
Alliance of Community
Educators, Washington
High School, Kansas
City, Kansas
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, University of
Kansas Medical Center,
Kansas City, Kansas
Turn Back the Clock
/Skin Cancer Screening
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, Landon Center
for Aging, Kansas City,
Kansas
The Portland Rhinoplasty
Course. Portland,
Oregon
8
1-3
10
10
4
95
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Otolaryngologists
1.5
12
Members of
public
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
What is a Facial Plastic
Surgeon?
Lecture
1.5
40
High school
students
Turn Back the
Clock/Skin Cancer
Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
Turn Back the
Clock/Skin Cancer
Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
1. Correlation Between
Nasal Anatomy and
Aesthetics
Lecture
2.25
10
40
3
Otolaryngologist
Residents
Medical Students
10
[CV for J. David Kriet, MD, FACS]
2002
2002
2002
2002
2002
2002
2002
2002
2002
2002
2002
2002
Principles of Operative
Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, Toronto,
Ontario
AO ASIF Operating
Room Personnel Course,
Toronto, Ontario
Lyric Opera Guild,
Kansas City, Kansas
University of Kansas
Department of
Ophthalmology Grand
Rounds
Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Forum,
Fall Meeting of American
Academy of
Otolaryngology – Head
and Neck Surgery
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, Tampa,
Florida
University of Washington
Facial and Head and
Neck Anatomy
Dissection Course,
Seattle, Washington
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, KU MedWest,
Shawnee, Kansas
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, KU MedWest,
Shawnee, Kansas
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, Landon Center
for Aging, Kansas City,
Kansas
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
2. The Septum and
Turbinates in
Rhinoplasty
3. Modification of the
Nasal Dorsum
4. Grafting Materials and
Indication for Their Use
ORIF of the Comminuted
Mandible and
Mandibular Angle
Lecture
.5
25
60
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
ORIF of Naso-orbitalethmoid and ZMC
Fractures
What’s New in Skin Care
and Facial Plastic
Surgery
Contemporary
Management of Orbital
Fractures
Lecture
.5
40
Nurses/CST
Lecture
1
20
Members of
public
Lecture
1
30
12
Ophthalmologists
Residents
Contemporary
management of the
paralyzed eyelid
Panel
1.5
150
National
Otolaryngologists
General Principles of
Internal Fixation of
Mandible Fractures
Lecture
.5
15
60
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Nasal Incisions in
Rhinoplasty
Lecture
.5
30
10
Residents
Otolaryngologists
The Timeless FaceUnlock the Power/Skin
Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
The Timeless Face /Skin
Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
The Timeless Face /Skin
Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
Facial proportions
Lecture
1
Evaluation of nasal
aesthetics
Lecture
1
8
1-3
10
8
1-3
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
11
[CV for J. David Kriet, MD, FACS]
Curriculum
2002
2002
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
10
Faculty
8
1-3
10
8
1-3
10
110
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Members of
public
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
New Friends of Kansas
City Social Club, Ritz
Charles Convention
Center, Overland Park,
Kansas
Kansas City Society of
Ophthalmology and
Otolaryngology,
Overland Park, Kansas
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, KU MedWest,
Shawnee, Kansas
Pearls and pitfalls of
facial trauma
management
Facial analysis of the
cosmetic patient
Lecture
1
Lecture
1
Turning Back time…A
New You for a New Year
Lecture
1
Management of the
Crooked Nose
Lecture
.5
10
3
90
Residents
Medical Students
Otolaryngologists
The Timeless FaceUnlock the Power/Skin
Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, Landon Center
for Aging, Kansas City,
Kansas
University of Virginia
Department of
Otolaryngology Facial
Trauma Course,
Charlottesville, Virginia
The Timeless FaceUnlock the Power/Skin
Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
1. Mandible Fractures:
General Principles and
Repair
2. Midface and LeFort
Facial Fractures
3. Frontal Sinus Fracture
Treatment Options
Management of Facial
Trauma: Principles and
Overview
Lecture
3
15
3
5
Residents
Fellows
Faculty
Lecture
1
25
Nurses
The Timeless FaceUnlock the Power/Skin
Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
Use of 2.0 mm Locking
Reconstruction Plate
System In
Oromandibular
Reconstruction Surgery
Lecture
.5
30
10
10
Otolaryngologists
Residents
Nurses
Rehabilitation of the
Paralyzed Eyelid with
Concurrent
Parotidectomy and
Facial Nerve Sacrifice
Lecture
.5
30
10
10
Otolaryngologists
Residents
Nurses
The Timeless FaceUnlock the Power/Skin
Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
Topics in Trauma,
University of Kansas
Medical Center Nursing
Continuing Education
Conference
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, Shawnee
Kansas
University of Kansas
Department of
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery
Alumni Day Research
Conference
University of Kansas
Department of
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery
Alumni Day Research
Conference
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, Shawnee
Kansas
12
[CV for J. David Kriet, MD, FACS]
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2004
2004
2004
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, Shawnee
Kansas
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, Kansas
City, MO
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, Shawnee
Kansas
American Academy of
Otolaryngology – Head
and Neck Surgery
Instructional Course
University of Washington
Facial and Head and
Neck Anatomy
Dissection Course,
Seattle, Washington
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Oregon Health Sciences
University Department of
Otolaryngology/Head
and Neck Surgery Grand
Rounds
Bridgeport Facial Plastic
Surgery Society,
Portland, Oregon
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, Atlanta,
Georgia
The Timeless FaceUnlock the Power/Skin
Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
Endoscopic-Assisted
Transantral Repair of
Orbital Fractures
Lecture
.5
10
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
50
The Timeless FaceUnlock the Power/Skin
Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
Rehabilitation in the
Facial Paralysis Patient
Lecture
1
50
Otolaryngologists
Nasal Incisions in
Rhinoplasty
Lecture
.5
30
15
Residents
Otolaryngologists
Facelift-from basics to
state of the art
Lecture
1
Minimally invasive
management of dynamic
facial wrinkles-botox
Introduction to
rhinoplasty: incisions and
approaches
Facial analysis and
photography techniques
in facial plastic surgery
Diagnosis and
management of ptosis
Lecture
1
Lecture
1
Lecture
1
Lecture
1
Interactive symposium
on reconstruction of
defects
General principles of
facial trauma care
Lecture
2
Lecture
1
Lecture
1
8
1-3
10
8
1-3
10
8
1-3
10
8
1-3
10
8
1-3
10
8
1-3
10
8
1-3
10
40
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Otolaryngologists
Lecture
1
25
15
Otolaryngologists
Residents
Lecture
.5
10
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Current Management of
Orbital Fractures
Challenges in
Rehabilitating the
Paralyzed Face
Midface Anatomy,
Biomechanics, and
Buttresses
50
13
[CV for J. David Kriet, MD, FACS]
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2005
2005
2006
2006
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, Atlanta,
Georgia
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Seminar, Shawnee
Kansas
The Portland Rhinoplasty
Course. Portland,
Oregon
American Academy of
Otolaryngology – Head
and Neck Surgery
Instructional Course New
York, New York
Academy of Operating
Room Nurses, Kansas
City, Kansas
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Core
Curriculum
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, San
Francisco, California
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
St. Louis, MO
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction,
Vancouver, Washington
AO ASIF Operation
Room Personnel
Craniomaxillofacial
Advanced Midface and
Frontal Trauma
Reconstruction
Techniques
Panel
1
The Timeless Face/Skin
Cancer Screening
Lecture
1.5
12
Members of
public
1. Correlation Between
Nasal Anatomy and
Aesthetics
2. The Septum and
Turbinates in
Rhinoplasty
3. Post-operative
Management of the
Rhinoplasty Patient
4. Modification of the
Nasal Dorsum
Rehabilitation in the
Facial Paralysis Patient.
Lecture
2.25
10
40
3
Otolaryngologists
Residents
Medical Students
Lecture
1
25
Otolaryngologists
The Spectrum of
Disease States in Facial
Plastic Surgery Patients
Lecture
2
75
Regional nurses
Facelift anatomy
Lecture
1
Introduction and
Overview of Facial
Trauma Management
Management of Frontal
Sinus Fractures
Lecture
1
Lecture
.5
8
1-3
10
12
4
10
40
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
1.Champy technique for
management of angle
fractures
Lecture
.3
60
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
2.Management of frontal
sinus fractures
Lecture
.3
Management of frontal
sinus fractures
Lecture
.3
55
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
History of the AO
Lecture
.3
70
Nurses
Scrub Techs
Residents
Principles of midfacial
.5
14
[CV for J. David Kriet, MD, FACS]
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2007
2008
2008
2008
Trauma and
Reconstruction Course,
Kansas City, Missouri
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
9th International meeting
of the AAFPRS
Las Vegas, NV
AO-ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
University of Kansas
Hospital Wellness
Program. Shawnee,
Kansas
American Academy of
Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery.
Toronto, Ontario
AO Advanced
Symposium: Advances in
the Management of
Craniomaxillofacial
Surgery. Lake Tahoe,
Nevada
AO North America
Advanced Symposium
on Craniomaxillofacial
Reconstruction.
Snowbird, UT
AO Advanced Course on
Rhinoplasty and Facial
Osteotomies. Tan Sri
Khoo Peck Huat’s
Advanced Surgery
Training Center. National
University Hospital.
Singapore, Singapore
AO Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
trauma and
reconstruction.
Columbus, Ohio
trauma management
1.Management of frontal
sinus fractures
Lecture
.3
75
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
2.Challenges in midfacial
trauma
Panel
.75
1.Controversies in
treatment of the turbinate
Panel
1
50
1
150
Facial plastic
surgeons,
Residents,
Fellows
2.Complications in
rhinoplasty
Challenges in Midfacial
Trauma
Panel
Panel
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Timeless Face
Lecture
Community
members
Academic Facial Plastic
Surgery
Lecture
50
Residents
Fellows
Faculty
The Posttraumatic Nose
Lecture
75
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Rehabilitation of the
Facial Paralysis Patient
Lecture
80
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
1. Revision and difficult
rhinoplasty
2. Correction of the
deviated nose
3. Caucasian
rhinoplasty-USA
approach
4. Surgery of the nasal
septum and airway
5. Otolaryngologist
perspective on
rhinoplasty and
functional nasal airway
History of AO and AO
North America
Lecture
100
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Lecture
60
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
15
[CV for J. David Kriet, MD, FACS]
2008
Portland Rhinoplasty
Course
2008
AO Craniomaxillofacial
North America Faculty
Development Forum
2008
VIII Curso AO CranioMaxilo-Facial. Sao
Paulo, Brazil
2008
AO AAFPRS Workshop
in Craniofacial Surgery.
Chicago, Il
The Stanford / Bay Area
Facial Plastic Surgery
Course. Palo Alto, CA
Kansas Chapter of
Association of
Perioperative Nurses
Annual Meeting. St.
Josephs Hospital,
Kansas City, MO
Kansas Department of
Labor 35th annual
workers compensation
seminar. Overland Park
Convention Center,
Overland Park, Kansas
Fall Meeting of AAFPRS,
San Diego, CA
2008
2009
2009
2009
2009
2010
The Stanford Facial
Plastic Surgery Course.
Palo Alto, CA
AO North America
Advanced Symposium
on Craniomaxillofacial
Reconstruction. Vail,
Colorado
1. Correlation between
nasal anatomy and
aesthetics
2. Photo-documentation
for rhinoplasty
3. Tips for building a
rhinoplasty practice
1. Understanding
responsibilities of course
faculty
2. Quality AssuranceKeeping faculty engaged
1. Treatment of frontal
sinus and anterior cranial
base fractures
2. Reconstruction of
orbital wall fracturesmaterials and techniques
3. Surgical Access to the
upper and midfacial
skeleton
Management of medial
orbital wall fractures
Lecture
75
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Lecture
100
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Lecture
125
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Lecture
40
My approach to the
nasal tip
Lecture
50
Ditzels to Dazzlers:
Understanding Facial
Reconstruction
Lecture
120
Facial plastic
surgeons,
residents, fellows
Facial plastic
surgeons,
residents, fellows
Nurses
Facial Trauma:
Management and
Reconstruction
Lecture
150
Nurses
Workers
Compensation
professionals
1. Special Problems in
Facial Skin Cancer:
Diagnosis, Management,
and Reconstruction
2. Management of
Complex Orbital Injuries
Including Repair of
Medial Orbital Fractures
3. Innovations and
advances in facial
trauma management
Basic Rhinoplasty
Techniques: Incisions
and approaches
Management of the
Saddle Nose Deformity
Lecture
125
Facial plastic
surgeons,
residents, fellows
Lecture
50
Panel
Lecture
50
Lecture
75
Facial plastic
surgeons,
residents, fellows
16
[CV for J. David Kriet, MD, FACS]
2010
2010
2011
2011
2011
2011
2012
2012
2013
10th International
Symposium of Facial
Plastic Surgery
Principles of Operative
Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction.
Halifax, NS, Canada
Advances in the
Management of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Focus: Ballistic Injuries
New Orleans, LA
Advances in the
Management of
Craniomaxillofacial
Surgery Focus: Evidence
Based CMF Surgery Outcomes in Trauma and
Reconstruction
Lake Tahoe, CA
2nd AO CMF Operative
Techniques in Oral and
Maxillofacial surgery
course-Hands on
Cadaver
Vienna, Austria
Challenges and
Advances in the
Management of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Focus: Orbital
Fundamentals
Rosemont, IL
Advanced Symposium:
Perfecting Facial
Reconstruction - The
Mastery of Technique
Big Sky, MT
Craniomaxillofacial
Surgery - Orbital
Approaches and
Fundamentals With
Human Anatomic
Specimens
New Orleans, LA
Principles of Operative
Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Charlotte, NC
Understanding Midface
Biomechanics and
Fracture Management
Posttraumatic
rhinoplasty
Lecture
110
Lecture
60
1.Biologic basis of
healing in ballistic
injuries
2.Management of the
geriatric trauma patient
Lecture
Nasal valve surgery
Lecture
1.Introduction to
rhinoplasty and applied
nasal anatomy
2.Managing the nasal
airway-functional
rhinoplasty and grafting
techniques
History of the AO
Lecture
Lecture
Basic rhinoplasty
approaches to the nasal
tip
Management of the
saddle nose deformity
Lecture
History of AO
Lecture
History of AO
Lecture
.5
Facial plastic
surgeons,
residents, fellows
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
100
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
50
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
25
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
.5
55
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
.5
75
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
.5
60
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
.25
60
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
.5
.75
.75
.5
17
[CV for J. David Kriet, MD, FACS]
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
Advanced Symposium:
Refinements in Facial
Trauma and
Reconstructive Surgery
Vail, CO
Computer Aided
Maxillofacial Surgery
(with Human Anatomical
Specimens)
Principles of Operative
Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Minneapolis, MN
AO North America
Faculty Education
Program
Principles of Operative
Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Davos, Switzerland
Advances in the
management of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Davos, Switzerland
An introduction to
ballistics
Lecture
120
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
History of AO
Lecture
0.25
60
Lecture
0.25
64
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
1.Understanding facial
buttressing and
biomechanics
2.Management of
zygoma fractures
Small
Group
Lecture
1.5
16
.25
20
1.Management of the
midface
2.Complications in
midface fracture
management
Lecture
0.5
120
Small
Group
0.75
30
1.Nasal fracture
management
Lecture
.5
75
2.Reconstruction of
nasal defects
Lecture
.5
3.Functional rhinoplasty
Lecture
.5
Delivering an effective
PowerPoint presentation
CMF Surgeons
Orthopedists
Veterinarians
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Nondidactic (e.g.: workshops, labs, and discussion groups)
Academic
Year
1998Present
1998Present
Course
Otolaryngology Journal
Club
Otolaryngology
Interesting Case
Conference
Title
Faculty-directed
discussion of classic or
contemporary scientific
journal articles on a preassigned topic. Each
article is discussed for
content and scientific
method.
Interactive discussion of
interesting and/or
uncommon patient
problems. Presented as
a clinical unknown with
level-appropriate
questions directed to
medical students,
residents, and faculty.
Followed by didactic
presentation with review
article/handout.
Instruction
Type
Hours
No
8
1-3
8
1-4
1014
Student
Type
Residents
Medical Students
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
18
[CV for J. David Kriet, MD, FACS]
1998Present
Otolaryngology Morbidity
and Mortality
Conference
1998
Soft Tissue Workshop
for Family Medicine
Spokane Residency,
Spokane, Washington
1998-2000
Surgery 900
Laryngoscopy
Laboratory
1999
Concepts and Design of
Local Skin Flaps:
Department of Oral
Surgery, University of
Missouri School of
Dentistry
Annual University of
Kansas Otolaryngology
and Head and Neck
Alumni Day Program
1999Present
Case specific interactive
discussion with
emphasis on cause,
prevalence, detection,
treatment and
prevention of
complications.
Course Co-Director,
Responsible for
determining course
content, agenda, and
objectives. Course
included
both
didactic education and
formal hands-on
laboratory experience in
the meticulous handling
of soft tissues, lesion
excision and closure,
design of local flaps, and
reconstructive
techniques.
Organize and provide
instruction of head and
neck clinically relevant
anatomy, examination
techniques and
instrumentation.
Students receive handson experience in clinical
setting after didactic
instruction.
Instructed residents in
the design of local skin
flaps and facial plastic
surgery techniques in a
formal cadaver
laboratory-setting
Instituted and organized
all aspects of this
regional meeting with
University and
community physicians,
including agenda,
course content and
objectives, CME
accreditation, recruiting
keynote speaker,
location, and food. This
also involves obtaining
corporate sponsorship to
pay for the conference.
Serves a vital role in the
dissemination of current
resident and
departmental research
and provides a link to
our community
physicians and alumni.
Lab
1 per
week
8
1-4
1015
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
10
26
5
Residents
Physicians
18
2030
Medical Students
4
8
Otolaryngology
Residents
Oral Surgery
Residents
8
126
15
2-5
1-2
15
3040
7-10
Residents
Medical Students
Undergrad
Faculty
Community Phys.
Nurses
19
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2000
KU Department of
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery
Synthes Mandibular
Fracture Plating Course
2000
University of Washington
Facial and Head and
Neck Anatomy
Dissection Course,
Seattle, Washington
2001
The Portland
Rhinoplasty Course.
Portland, Oregon
2001-2002
KU Department of
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery
Multidisciplinary
Maxillofacial Trauma
Course
2002
2002
2002
2002
Head and Neck
Examination for Medical
Students, Introduction to
Clinical Medicine.
University of Kansas
School of Medicine
The Portland
Rhinoplasty Course.
Portland, Oregon
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, Toronto,
Ontario
PowerPoint Presentation
Techniques for the
Novice and Intermediate
User. American
Academy of Facial
Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
Instructed residents in
mandibular plating
techniques and proper
use of instrumentation.
Hands-on course with
actual plating set and
bone models.
Guided cadaver
dissections of complex
head and neck anatomy
and provided instruction
for all facial plastic
procedures
Guided cadaver
dissections and teaching
of rhinoplasty techniques
in laboratory
Responsible for
determining course
content, agenda, and
objectives. Recruited
national and regional
speakers, and obtained
corporate sponsorship.
Courses include didactic
education and formal
hands-on laboratory
experience in the
management of facial
trauma-essential skills
for providers at a Level I
trauma Center.
Participants from KUMC,
UMKC, University of
Nebraska, University of
Oklahoma.
Instructed students in
proper head and neck
examination and
provided clinical
correlations.
Guided cadaver
dissections and teaching
of rhinoplasty techniques
in laboratory
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
4
10
2
Residents
Medical Students
Lab
8
30
10
15
Residents
Medical Students
Otolaryngologists
Lab
5
10
40
5
Otolaryngologists
Residents
Medical Students
24
2328
Otolaryngology,
Plastic Surgery
and Oral Surgery
Residents
Medical Students
3-6
2030
Medical students
Lab
5
10
40
3
Otolaryngologists
Residents
Medical students
Lab
8
25
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
60
Guided participants
through interactive
creation of state-of-theart PowerPoint computer
presentations
Worksh
op
2.5
25
Facial plastic
surgeons
20
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2002
2002
Instructional Workshop,
San Diego, California
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, Tampa,
Florida
University of Washington
Facial and Head and
Neck Anatomy
Dissection Course,
Seattle, Washington
2002-2003
Annual Meeting of the
Kansas City Society of
Ophthalmology and
Otolaryngology
2003
University of Virginia
Department of
Otolaryngology Facial
Trauma Course,
Charlottesville, Virginia
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, Seattle,
Washington
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, Kansas
City, MO
2003
2003
2003
2003
Contemporary
Approaches in Facial
Rejuvenation. Fall
Meeting of American
Academy of Facial
Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery,
Orlando, Florida
University of Washington
Facial and Head and
Neck Anatomy
Dissection Course,
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Lab
8
15
60
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Guided cadaver
dissections of complex
head and neck anatomy
and provided instruction
for all facial plastic
procedures
Lab
8
15
30
Otolaryngologists
Residents
Program Chairman,
Responsible for
determining course
content, agenda, and
objectives. Recruited
national speakers,
assured CME
accreditation and
compliance, and
assisted in obtaining
corporate sponsorship.
This is the region’s
largest annual
otolaryngology meeting.
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using Bone Models
Course
24
90100
1015
1-4
Otolaryngologists
Residents
Medical Students
Lab
3
15
3
5
Residents
Fellows
Faculty
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Lab
8
10
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
50
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Lab
8
10
50
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Guided cadaver
dissections of complex
head and neck anatomy
and provided instruction
for all facial plastic
procedures
Lab
6
20
Facial Plastic
surgeons
Guided cadaver
dissections of complex
head and neck anatomy
and provided instruction
Lab
8
30
15
Residents
Otolaryngologists
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Seattle, Washington
2003Present
Round Table
Conferences
Co-Director with Dr.
Tsue
2004
AO-ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, Atlanta,
Georgia
The Portland
Rhinoplasty Course.
Portland, Oregon
2004
2004
AO North America
Craniomaxillofacial
Faculty Development
Forum, San Diego,
California
2004Present
Chairman Rounds:
University of Kansas
Department of
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery
AO-ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction, San
Francisco, California
2005
for all facial plastic
procedures
Organize all aspects of
regional meeting with
university and
community physicians.
Arrange course content,
speakers, location, and
food. Obtain corporate
sponsorship. Interactive
“Round Table”
discussion between
faculty, residents,
medical students and
community
otolaryngologists of
disease processes
following resident and
faculty clinical case
presentations and
didactic lectures.
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Guided cadaver
dissections and teaching
of rhinoplasty techniques
in laboratory
Group Leader,
Formulated goals,
visions, and preliminary
strategic plans for
promoting excellence in
Craniomaxillofacial
trauma teaching. I
organized our breakout
group discussion into
multiple PowerPoint
presentations, which I
presented to the entire
faculty forum of
nationally and
internationally
recognized experts in
the field.
Educational session
discussing clinical,
ethical, and medico-legal
questions related to
patient care.
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Course
25
8
1-3
1-2
1014
3040
5-7
Residents
Medical students
Undergrad
Faculty
Community
Physicians
Oto Nurses
Lab
8
10
50
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
10
40
3
Otolaryngologists
Residents
Medical students
80
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Lab
5
Forum
Faculty
1 per
month
8
2-3
Residents
Medical Students
Lab
8
25
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
60
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2005
KU Department of
Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Soft
Tissue Course
2005
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
St. Louis, MO
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction,
Vancouver, Washington
AO ASIF Operation
Room Personnel
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction Course,
Kansas City, Missouri
AO ASIF Principles of
Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
AO Advanced
Symposium: Advances
in the Management of
Craniomaxillofacial
Surgery. Lake Tahoe,
Nevada
Principles of
Craniomaxillofacial
Surgery Workshop
AAFPRS. Washington,
DC
Challenges and
Advances in the
2006
2006
2006
2007
2007
2007
Responsible for
determining course
content, agenda, and
objectives. Recruitment
of national and regional
speakers, and corporate
sponsorship. Course will
include didactic
education and formal
hands-on laboratory
experience in the
meticulous handling of
soft tissues, design of
local flaps, and
reconstructive
techniques. Participants
from KUMC, UMKC,
University of Nebraska,
University of Oklahoma,
St. Louis University,
University of MissouriColumbia.
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Course
12
2030
10
3-5
3-6
Oto Residents
Oral Residents
Plastic Residents
Medical Students
Lab
60
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Lab
55
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Lab
70
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Lab
75
Residents
Medical Students
Faculty
30
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Course Chairman
Nasal Reconstruction
Small
Group
1
Workshop Instructor
Lecture
Lab
50
Otolaryngology
Residents
Facial plastic
surgeons
Cadaver Lab instructor
Lecturer
Lecture
Lab
100
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
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2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
Management of
Craniomaxillofacial
Surgery: Orbital Surgery
Rosemont, IL
AO CMF Advanced
Symposium on
Advances in the
Management of Surgery
Snowbird, UT
AO Advanced Course on
Rhinoplasty and Facial
Osteotomies. Tan Sri
Khoo Peck Huat’s
Advanced Surgery
Training Center.
National University
Hospital. Singapore,
Singapore
AO Principles of
Operative Treatment of
craniomaxillofacial
trauma and
reconstruction.
Columbus, Ohio
AO Faculty
Development Forum
Dallas, TX
Craniofacial Trauma and
Reconstruction: Practical
applications of sound
surgical principles
AAFPRS
Chicago, IL
AO Principles of
Operative Treatment of
craniomaxillofacial
trauma and
reconstruction.
St. Louis, MO
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Facial nerve
rehabilitation
Faculty
Rhinoplasty techniques
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
.5
85
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Cadaver
Lab
100
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Lab
60
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Otolaryngology
Residents
Facial Plastic
Surgeons
Course Director
Delivering an effective
lecture
Faculty
0.3
95
Lecture
Faculty
.5
60
Frontal sinus fractures
Faculty
.3
64
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Lab
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Course Director
Course Director
2008
Portland Rhinoplasty
Course
Laboratory instructor
Cadaver
Lab
75
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
2008
VIII Curso AO CranioMaxilo-Facial. Sao
Paulo, Brazil
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Lab
125
2008
Core 840
University of Kansas
School of Medicine
The Stanford / Bay Area
Facial Plastic Surgery
Course. Palo Alto, CA
AO Principles of
Operative Treatment of
craniomaxillofacial
trauma and
Cleft Lip and Palate
Lecture
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
MS II
Laboratory instructor
Cadaver
Lab
Midface biomechanics
Lecture
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
Lab
2008
2009
1
175
50
.3
75
Facial plastic
surgeons,
residents, fellows
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
24
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2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2010
2010
2010
2011
2011
2011
reconstruction.
San Francisco, CA
using bone models
Challenges and
Advances in the
Management of
Craniomaxillofacial
Surgery: Orbital Surgery
Rosemont, IL
Kansas Dept. of labor
35th annual workers
compensation seminar
Overland Park, KS
Fall Meeting of AAFPRS
San Diego, CA
Management of medial
orbital wall fractures
The Stanford Facial
Plastic Surgery Course.
Palo Alto, CA
Kansas chapter of
association of
perioperative nurses
annual meeting
AO North America
Advanced Symposium
on Craniomaxillofacial
Reconstruction. Vail,
Colorado
10th International
Symposium of Facial
Plastic Surgery
Principles of Operative
Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction.
Halifax, NS, Canada
Advances in the
Management of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Focus: Ballistic Injuries
New Orleans, LA
Advances in the
Management of
Craniomaxillofacial
Surgery Focus:
Evidence Based CMF
Surgery - Outcomes in
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Lake Tahoe, CA
2nd AO CMF Operative
Techniques in Oral and
Laboratory instructor
Course Director
Facial trauma:
management and
reconstruction
Management of complex
orbital injuries including
repair of medial orbital
fractures
Laboratory instructor
Basic Rhinoplasty
techniques: Incisions
and approaches
Ditzels to dazzlers:
understanding facial
reconstruction
Lecture
.5
80
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Lecture
.75
175
Lecture
1
80
Nurses,
physicians, case
workers,
administrators
Otolaryngologists
Facial plastic
surgeons
Residents
Facial plastic
surgeons,
residents, fellows
Lab
Cadaver
Lab
50
Lecture
.5
Lecture
.75
100
Nurses
Nasal reconstruction
Small
group
1
30
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Understanding Midface
Biomechanics and
Fracture Management
1.Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
2.Mandible problems
Lecture
110
Lab
60
Facial plastic
surgeons,
residents, fellows
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
3.Mandible fracture
management
Laboratory instructor
Small
Group
Panel
Cadaver
Lab
100
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Small
Group
50
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Cadaver
Lab
25
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Course Director
Make it pretty
Course Director
Laboratory instructor
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2011
2012
2012
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
Maxillofacial surgery
course-Hands on
Cadaver
Vienna, Austria
Challenges and
Advances in the
Management of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Focus: Orbital
Fundamentals
Rosemont, IL
Advanced Symposium:
Perfecting Facial
Reconstruction - The
Mastery of Technique
Big Sky, MT
Craniomaxillofacial
Surgery - Orbital
Approaches and
Fundamentals With
Human Anatomic
Specimens
New Orleans, LA
Principles of Operative
Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Charlotte, NC
Advanced Symposium:
Refinements in Facial
Trauma and
Reconstructive Surgery
Vail, CO
Computer Aided
Maxillofacial Surgery
(with Human Anatomical
Specimens)
Principles of Operative
Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Minneapolis, MN
AO North America
Faculty Education
Program
Chicago, IL
Principles of Operative
Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial
Trauma and
Reconstruction
Davos, Switzerland
Rhinoplasty approaches
Lecture
.75
Functional nasal surgery
Lecture
.75
Laboratory instructor
Cadaver
Lab
55
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Small
Group
75
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Cadaver
Lab
60
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Lab
60
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Small
group
120
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Cadaver
Lab
60
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Course Director
Rhinoplasty
Course Co-Chairman
Laboratory instructor
Course Director
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Course Director
Facial defects and
reconstruction
Course Chairman
Laboratory instructor
Course Director
1.Understanding facial
buttressing and
biomechanics
2.Management of
zygoma fractures
Lecture
0.25
64
Small
Group
Lecture
1.5
16
.25
20
Leading an effective
small group discussion
Complications in
midface fracture
management
Small
Group
Small
Group
.25
20
.75
30
Instructor on facial
trauma reconstruction
using bone models
Lab
Delivering an effective
PowerPoint presentation
CMF Surgeons
Orthopedists
Veterinarians
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
120
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2014
AO Advanced
Symposium:
International Solutions to
Problem Fractures and
Defects
Lecture TBD
Otolaryngologists
Plastic Surgeons
Oral Surgeons
Residents
Small Group Leader,
Topic TBD
Clinical
Year
1998-2001
1998-2001
Hours
19 hours/week
No
5-6
15 hours/week
1
Student
Type
Otolaryngology Residents
Length of Service
Entire academic year
General Surgery PGY-1
Resident
One month rotations during entire
academic year
Clinical teaching in the outpatient clinic, inpatient ward, inpatient consultation service and in the operating room at
Truman Medical Center
1998-2001
5 hours/week
1-3
Oral Surgery Residents
Entire academic year
Clinical teaching in the outpatient clinic, inpatient ward, and in the operating room at Truman Medical
Center
1998-2001
4 hours/week
1
Emergency Medicine
Resident
One month rotations for majority of
year
Clinical teaching in the outpatient Otolaryngology clinic at Truman Medical Center
1998-Present
10 hours/week
1-4
Medical students
Entire academic year for individual
2 to 4 week rotations
Clinical teaching in the outpatient clinic, intensive care unit, inpatient ward 43/53, inpatient consultation service
and in the Operating room at KUMC, KU MedWest, VAMC, and Truman Medical Center
2001-2009
35 hours/week
6-10
Otolaryngology residents
Academic year
Clinical teaching in the outpatient clinic, intensive care unit, inpatient ward 43/53, inpatient consultation
service and in Operating room at KUMC, KU MedWest, VAMC, and Children’s Mercy Hospital
2009-present
35 hours/week
6-10
Otolaryngology residents
Academic year
Clinical teaching in outpatient clinic, inpatient ward and operating room at KUMC and KU MedWest
Master’s Theses and PhD Dissertations directed
Year
None
Student Name
Thesis Title
Degree
(Completed/In process)
Supervision of Postdoctoral Fellows
Year
Fellow Name
Area of Study
“Results of concurrent facial suspension in malignancy resection” and
“ Biomechanical properties of human acellular dermis”
2000 – 2004
Adam Morgan, MD
Resulted in two presentations at the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Alumni Day
Research Conference (June, 2001; June 2002); two poster presentations at the American Academy of Facial
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Annual Meeting (September 2001; September 2002); and published
manuscript in Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery
2001
Adrianne DeWitt, MD
“Antibiotic prophylaxis in head and neck reconstruction”
Resulted in presentation at the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Alumni Day Research
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Conference (June, 2001)
“Rehabilitation of the paralyzed eyelid” and “Tracheostomy scar
revision”
2001 – 2003
Travis Tollefson, MD
Resulted in two presentations at the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Alumni Day
Research Conference (June, 2002; June 2003), two poster presentations at the American Academy of Facial
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Annual Meeting (September 2002; September 2003), one published
manuscript in Otolaryngology Clinics of North America, and one manuscript in press (Facial Plastic Surgery)
Dr. Tollefson recently completed a fellowship in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of
California-Davis where he remains on faculty as a practicing, academic facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon
“Use of the 2.0mm reconstruction plate in head and neck
reconstruction,” “Comparison of radial forearm to fibula and scapula
osteocutaneous free flaps for oromandibular reconstruction” and
“The osteocutaneous radial forearm free flap for mandibular
osteoradionecrosis”
2003 - 2004
Oleg Militsakh, MD
Resulted in two presentations at the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Alumni Day
Research Conference (June, 2002; June 2003); Presentation at the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery Annual Meeting (September 2004) and Presentation at the 6th International Conference on
Head and Neck Cancer (August 2004), accepted manuscript in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (2004),
and submitted manuscripts to Archives of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (2004) and OtolaryngologyHead and Neck Surgery (2004).
Additional publication: Militsakh O, Kriet JD. Masticatory diplopia. Ear Nose Throat J. 2008; 87(1):39,47.
“Suture biomechanics and static facial suspension”
“Facial nerve grafting”
2004-2008
Clint Humphrey, MD
“Facial trauma”
Resulted in one presentation at a national meeting (AAFPRS) and two presentations at the Department
of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Alumni Day Research Conference.
Three publications:
Humphrey CD, McIff TE, Sykes KJ, Tsue TT, Kriet JD. Suture biomechanics and static facial
suspension. Arch Facial Plast Surg. 2007;9(3):188-93.
Humphrey C, Kriet JD. Facial Nerve Grafting. Facial Plastic Surgery.2008; 24(2):170-6.
Humphrey C, Kriet JD. Nasal Trauma. In Goldberg, Lee, Murr Editors: Head and Neck Trauma. New
York: Informa Healthcare USA, Inc.; 2008.
Advising (Thesis or dissertation committees: student academic group/individual)
As director of the division of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, I spend considerable time mentoring and
advising residents and students with an interest in the subspecialty. This involvement takes many forms and
ranges from providing input and directed research assistance with grand rounds (supervised / mentored on 17
grand rounds projects between 1998 and present) to supervision of research projects. I have also counseled
several residents on pursuit of postgraduate fellowship training and academic careers.
As further proof of my (and other faculty member’s) commitment to high quality training and education and to the
importance I place on “giving back” to the medical community, it is necessary to examine the careers of our
graduating residents. Many of our graduating residents have continued on to postgraduate fellowship study or
academic careers. This is a dramatic change over previous years and in part reflects the fact that the residents
observe our enjoyment of a successful academic career and this is discussed with the resident in mentoring
sessions. Additionally, since 2003, five of our residents have successfully matched in Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery fellowships (three additional in Head and Neck fellowships that incorporate facial
reconstruction). I am actively mentoring three of our current residents about careers in facial plastic surgery
(Rosenberger, Wood, Ho).
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Graduating Year
Resident
2003
Travis Tollefson
2005
David Rouse
2006
Oleg Militsakh
2007
Luke Buchmann
2008
Clint Humphrey
2008
Jeff Jorgensen
2009
2012
2012
2014
2015
2016
2017
Richard Wemer
Michael Carlisle
Inessa Fishman
John Harbison
Eric Rosenberger
Valerie Wood
Tina Ho
Position
Fellowship, Facial Plastic Surgery, UC Sacramento
Faculty, UC Sacramento
Private Practice, Kansas City
Active Mohs reconstructive surgery practice
Active Facial Trauma practice
Fellowship, H&N Surgery, Univ. of South Carolina
Faculty, University of Nebraska
Fellowship, H&N Surgery, Univ. of South Carolina
Faculty, University of Utah
Fellowship, Facial Plastic Surgery, Univ. IL Chicago
Faculty (Partner), Univ. of Kansas
Fellowship, H&N Surgery, Univ. of Kansas
Univ. of Missouri, Columbia
Private Practice, Minnesota
Active Mohs reconstructive surgery practice
Fellowship, Plastic Surgery, Cleveland Clinic
Fellowship, Facial Plastic Surgery, Gulf Shores, AL
Fellowship, Facial Plastic Surgery, UC Irvine
Anticipate Fellowship, Facial Plastic Surgery
Anticipate Fellowship, Facial Plastic Surgery
Anticipate Fellowship, Facial Plastic Surgery
Other teaching activities
Date
None
Title
Place
Teaching Function
2. Development of Educational Materials
(Course materials e.g. syllabi, educational software packages, web sites, films, educational tapes and evaluation
tools)
Year
2001 / 2009
Title Description
Facial Plastic Surgery Website
www.kufacialplasticsurgery.com
www.drkriet.com
Intended Audience
Patients and referring physicians
3. Educational Leadership
(Responsibility for courses and other leadership activities including mentoring of junior faculty. Please list faculty
members mentored – letters from mentorees may be provided.)
In addition to my teaching of residents within the Department, I have specifically mentored Clint Humphrey, MD,
FACS, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Otolaryngology / Head and Neck Surgery. University of Kansas School of
Medicine. I have been active in mentoring Dr. Humphrey since he was a resident in our department. I counseled him
and saw him successfully obtain a prestigious Facial Plastic Fellowship at the University of Illinois, Chicago and
actively recruited him as a partner in our department. I have invited Dr. Humphrey to collaborate on multiple chapters
and invited articles and have helped him obtain committee positions in our national specialty organization, The
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Additionally, I encouraged him to become a faculty
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member with AO North America and he now actively lectures on facial trauma and reconstruction at the national level.
I additionally invited him to chair an AO Craniomaxillofacial Principles of facial reconstruction course in 2013 in
Louisville, KY where he did a tremendous job. I am currently mentoring him in the process of applying for promotion
to Associate Professor.
As detailed above, I have served as the organizer or course director for multiple educational events including:
 KUMC Alumni Research Day (1999-2009)
 Kansas City Round Table Conferences (2003-2004)
Co-director with Dr. Tsue
 KUMC Hard tissue plating course (2001 and 2002)
 Kansas City Society of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology (2002 and 2003)
 Head and Neck Cadaver Dissection course 2008-present
 Chaired 2 national committees within the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
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III. SERVICE ACTIVITIES
See guidelines and instructions to applicants for definitions and suggested documentation of professional and
academic service.
Professional Service:
The diverse area of professional service includes patient care. Applicants should select measures that most
clearly and concisely document their accomplishments and the value of these activities to the Medical School and
University. Measures of both quantity and quality of activities are required and if necessary, applicants should provide
brief descriptions to assist reviewers. Measures of patient care activities include numbers of patients, time
allocation in clinical activity, procedures completed, Relative Value Units (RVUs), and value to the School of
the clinical service. If the primary quality evaluation is the subjective assessment of peers, this should be available in
letters from departmental colleagues, chair, or referees.
The significance of professional service in the forms of task forces, committees and similar groups should be
explained and the specific role of the applicant clarified.
Professional consulting services must have academic credibility and clear service intent and not be performed
primarily for personal profit.
My clinical schedule has become more focused as my practice has matured. Upon my arrival to KU in 1998, I
was the primary provider of specialized facial plastic and reconstructive services within the Department of
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and I traveled to and practiced at many sites across the city. During my
first 10 years of practice, I consistently provided care in both the University of Kansas outpatient clinic and the
operating room settings but my distribution of time at ancillary hospitals has evolved over time and has included
Truman Medical Center, the Kansas City Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center, Children’s Mercy Hospital, and KU
MedWest. During the years 1998 to 2001, my practice consisted of 2.5 days clinic and 2.5 days operating time
per week. From 2001-2009, I practiced in clinic 3 days and in the operating room 2 days per week. Details of my
clinical service by practice location are best illustrated with sample weekly schedules:
Weekly Schedule
2001-2009
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Week 1 Location
AM
PM
VA Clinic
KU Clinic
KUMW
KUMW
Clinic
Clinic
VA OR
VA OR
KUMW OR
KUMW OR
VA Clinic
VA Clinic
Week 2 Location
AM
PM
VA Clinic
KU Clinic
KUMW
KUMW
Clinic
Clinic
KU OR
KU OR
KUMW OR
KUMW OR
VA Clinic
VA Clinic
Week 3 Location
AM
PM
VA Clinic
KU Clinic
KUMW
KUMW
Clinic
Clinic
KU OR
CMH OR
KUMW OR
KUMW OR
VA Clinic
VA Clinic
Legend
KU = University of Kansas Hospital Location
KUMW = KU MedWest
TMC = Truman Medical Center
CMH = Children’s Mercy Hospital
OR= Operating Room
VA = Kansas City Veterans Affairs Medical
Center
Since the arrival of Clint Humphrey, MD to assist with the Facial Plastic Surgery volume in 2009, my week
consists of two days of clinic at KU MedWest, one day of surgery at KU Hospital, and two days of surgery at KU
MedWest. In 2010, we completed our dedicated Facial Plastic Surgery Clinic at KU MedWest.
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During my 15 years at the University of Kansas, my clinical production has consistently ranged between the 50th
and 75th MGMA percentiles for work relative value units (work RVUs).
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I also have worked to provide my patients with the highest level of customer service. I consistently rank highly
within our department and also when compared against other University of Kansas Physicians as seen in the
most recent Individual Provider Report Card below (full size report and key can be found in Appendix B).
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
Highlights of my professional service contributions include:
University of Kansas Level I Trauma Center: The Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery provides
50% of all facial trauma care for the institution (Department of Plastic Surgery provides remainder). Within our
department, I provide greater than 85% of this facial trauma care. Maintaining state-of-the-art facial trauma
services is essential to the mission of the Trauma Service. I have brought the technique of endoscopic mandible
condylar fracture repair to the University and have also incorporated endoscopic approaches for orbital and frontal
sinus trauma, which in select cases, can dramatically decrease the need for extensive patient scars and shorten
patient hospital stays.

Facial Rehabilitation: I work closely with the Head and Neck Reconstructive Surgery Team (Drs. Girod, Tsue,
Shnayder, and Kakarala) to provide rehabilitation for facial defects involving skin, bone, or other vital structures
such as the facial nerve. We have an extensive experience with restoration of facial paralysis. I also work with
patients after their initial tumor surgery to refine and restore their facial appearance and function as closely as
possible to their pre-surgical state.

Functional and Cosmetic Rhinoplasty: I have built a reputation as an outstanding rhinoplasty surgeon and receive
local, regional, and national patient referrals. This is based on my philosophy that the patient’s nose must have
excellent function as well as a natural-appearing and aesthetic result. Many of these patients have complicated
histories after having received multiple previous unsuccessful rhinoplasty operations elsewhere. I have lectured
on rhinoplasty topics at the local, regional, national, and international level.

University of Kansas Hospital Public Relations: I have served as a source for multiple print and news media
segments including a segment documenting the healing process of a domestic violence victim that I treated as a
member of Face to Face: The National Domestic Violence Project.

The University’s reputation for providing quality care has further been enhanced by my presentation of 75
University of Kansas Hospital Wellness Seminars and skin cancer screenings since the program’s inception in
1999.

Kansas City Veteran’s Affairs Hospital: During my time at the KCVA, I increased the reconstructive facial plastic
services and provide care that would otherwise have been referred elsewhere (often to other VA facilities out of
state). These services also have increased and improved the facial plastic and reconstructive surgery training
experience for the residents in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. This service continues
with Dr. Humphrey.

Cosmetic Services: I have a well-established facial aesthetic practice KU MedWest built on patient-referral,
physician-referral, and sound and ethical marketing practices. My aging face practice (facelift, eyelid surgery,
brow surgery) is growing exponentially.

Medical Missions and Pro Bono care: My first medical mission trip occurred as a new faculty member to KU when
I traveled to Katmandu, Nepal in 1998. While in Nepal, I performed cleft lip and palate repair, facial
reconstruction, and reconstructive rhinoplasty services at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital. I also
presented didactic lectures and intraoperative instruction to the Otolaryngology and Plastic Surgery faculty and
residents in the areas of rhinoplasty and nasal reconstruction. First aid and basic medical care was additionally
provided in rural Himalayan villages. Since that time, I have served on multiple missions to Honduras, Guatemala,
Mali, and Uganda. I continue to provide pro bono care to victims of domestic violence as one of 275 physicians in
the United States participating in Face to Face: The National Domestic Violence Project.
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Academic Service:
In academic service the contribution of the candidate to the academic community should be clearly
documented. Names and dates of committees, task forces, or working groups should be provided. A concise
description of the significance of the group and explanation of the role of the applicant should be provided.
Activities related to Academic Societies should be documented in this section.
International
May 2010
Representative, North America Membership Commission, AO International, Mallorca, Spain
February 2011
Board Member, North American Representative, AO International CMF Community Development
Commission, Zurich, Switzerland
Board Member, North American Representative, AO International CMF Specialty Board, Berlin,
Germany
Board Member, North American Representative, AO International CMF Community Development
Commission, Prague, Czech Republic
July 2011
October 2011
October 2011
Board Member, North American Representative, AO International CMF Specialty Board,
Santiago, Chile
February 2012
Steering committee co-chairman, Challenges in fracture care across disciplines: The magic of
synergy-working together for a stronger tomorrow. Lake Buena Vista, FL
June 2012
Member, North American Representative, AO International CMF Community Development
Commission, Madrid, Spain
June 2012
Board Member, North American Representative, AO International CMF Specialty Board,
Magaliesburg, South Africa
December 2012
North American CMF Trustee, AO International, Davos, Switzerland
February 2013
Board Member, North American Representative, AO International CMF Specialty Board,
Barcelona, Spain
June 2013
Board Member, North American Representative, AO International CMF Specialty Board
Trustee, AO International
Lima, Peru
National
1998 – 1999
Fall and Spring Meeting Subcommittee, American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery
1998 – 2002
Awards Committee, American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
1998 – Present
Round Table Case Conference Committee, Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery,
University of Kansas School of Medicine
1998 – 2004
Fellowship Committee, American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
June 1998
Moderator, Scientific Session at the Seventh International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery,
Orlando, Florida
1999 – 2004
Needs Assessment Subcommittee, CME Committee, American Academy of Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
2000 – 2003
Written Exam Development Committee, American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery
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2001 – 2003
Fellowship Curriculum Subcommittee, American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery
2001 – 2004
Facial Plastic Surgery Subcommittee, American Academy of Otolaryngology / Head and Neck
Surgery
2001 – Present
Editorial Review Panel, Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery
2001 – Present
Editorial Review Board, Otolaryngology and Facial Plastics Journal, eMedicine
September 2002
Moderator, Scientific Session, Fall Meeting of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery, San Diego, California
2002 – 2004
Planning Committee, 9th International Facial Plastic Surgery Symposium, American Academy of
Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: The 9th International Symposium (September 2004)
was the largest and most comprehensive meeting ever offered by the American Academy of
Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and was an educational and financial success
2002 – Present
Chairman, Awards Committee, American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
2002 – Present
Editorial Review Board, Ad Hoc Member, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Journal
September 2004
Teller, Annual Business Meeting of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery, New York, New York
2004 – 2006
Written Exam Development Committee, American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery: Responsible for developing new test items that will be incorporated into the written
portion of the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery qualifying
examination
October 2007
Delegate, Continuing Medical Education Advisory Board, AO North America, Atlanta, GA.
2007
Chairman, Annual Meeting free paper selection committee, American Academy of Facial Plastic
and Reconstructive Surgery
2007 – 2009
Guest Examiner, Oral Certifying Exam, American Board of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck
Surgery
2007 – Present
North American Craniomaxillofacial Medical Education Committee, AO North America
2009
Free Paper Selection Committee, 10th International Meeting, American Academy of Facial Plastic
and Reconstructive Surgery
April 2010
Moderator, Scientific Session, 10th International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery,
Hollywood, Florida
November 2010
Moderator, AO North America Challenges in Fracture Care Across Disciplines, Phoenix, AZ
November 2010
Steering Committee Co-Chair, AO North America Challenges in Fracture Care Across
Disciplines, Phoenix, AZ,
Surgical Reference Proposal to AO International CMF Specialty Board. Miami, Florida
November 2010
2010 – 2011
Midwestern Region Director-Elect. American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery.
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2010 – Present
Editorial Review Panel, Head and Neck. 2010-present.
2010 – 2013
Senior Examiner, Oral Certifying Exam, American Board of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck
Surgery
2010 – Present
Chairman, Fellowship Research Review Subcommittee, American Academy of Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
2010-2013
North American Craniomaxillofacial Representative, AO International Foundation Community
Development Commission.
2011 – Present
Midwestern Region Director, Board of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
2011 – Present
Editorial Review Panel, Ad Hoc Member, Craniomaxillofacial Trauma and Reconstruction
January 2012
Delegate, AO North America Continuing Medical Education Advisory Board Educational
Workshop, Philadelphia, PA
February 2012
Moderator, AO North America Challenges in Fracture Care Across Disciplines, Orlando, FL.
February 2012
Co-Chair, AO North America Challenges in Fracture Care Across Disciplines, Orlando, FL.
March 2012
Board Member, North American Representative, AO International CMF Specialty Board. Miami,
FL.
North American Representative, AO CMF Research and Development Strategy Retreat. Miami,
FL
March 2012
April 2012
Board Member. AO North America Continuing Medical Education Advisory Board, Philadelphia,
PA.
2012 - Present
Ethics Committee, American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
2012 - Present
Regulatory Affairs and Socioeconomic Committee, American Academy of Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
2012 – Present
AO North America Continuing Medical Education Advisory Board, member.
2012 - Present
Nominating Committee, American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
2012-2013
Chairman, AO North America Craniomaxillofacial Specialty Board
Responsible for organizing all continuing medical education activities in North America for AO
Craniomaxillofacial.
2012-2013
Trustee, AO International
2013
Nominating Committee, AO North America Continuing Medical Education Advisory Board
2015
Steering Committee Co-Chair, AO North America Multispecialty Meeting, Las Vegas, NV
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Regional
1998-2009
Program Director, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Annual Alumni Day
I instituted the Alumni Research Day program upon my arrival to KU in 1999. Prior to this venue,
departmental resident research was performed less globally than we currently see. The meeting
has grown tremendously as has the quantity and quality of departmental resident research
2002 - 2003
Program Chairman, Annual Meeting of the Kansas City Society of Ophthalmology and
Otolaryngology: This is the region’s largest annual otolaryngology meeting
2003-2007
Co-Director (with Dr. Tsue), Round Table Otolaryngology Conferences
Forum for the discussion of interesting and challenging cases between faculty, residents, and
community otolaryngologists
Institutional
1999-Present
Franklin D. Murphy Academic Society Faulty Advisor, University of Kansas School of Medicine
1999-2007
Trauma Program Performance Committee, University of Kansas Medical Center
2000-2002
Faculty Communications Committee, University of Kansas School of Medicine
2002-2003
Clinical Review Credentialing Committee, KU MedWest, University of Kansas Medical Center
2002-2005
Education Council, University of Kansas School of Medicine
2002-2003
Medical Student Interviewer, University of Kansas School of Medicine
2003-Present
Clinical Operations Committee, KU MedWest Ambulatory Surgery Center
Responsible for oversight of all aspects of clinical services provided at KU MedWest ASC.
Includes issues of staffing, patient quality assurance, daily operations (budgeting and financial),
and credentialing of staff.
2003-Present
Board of Directors, Secretary, KU MedWest Ambulatory Surgery Center
Responsible for oversight of every aspect of KU MedWest ASC, a joint venture between the
University of Kansas Hospital Authority and individual KUPI physician investors. KU MedWest
ASC provides outstanding patient services and is essential given the current shortage of available
operating room time at KU Hospital. I am one of the two elected physician members of the Board.
2009 – Present
Member, Pension and Benefits Committee. UKP
This committee is responsible for overseeing and serving as fiduciary for the UKP pension plan.
Departmental
1998-Present
Resident Research Committee, Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery,
University of Kansas School of Medicine
1998-Present
Resident Evaluation and Curriculum Committee, Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck
Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine
1998 – 2007
Round Table Case Conference Committee, Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery,
University of Kansas School of Medicine
2002-Present
Clinical Operations Committee, KU Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery,
University of Kansas
2002-Present
Medical Education Committee, KU Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery,
University of Kansas
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2002-Present
Quality Improvement Committee, KU Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery,
University of Kansas
2005-Present
Promotion and Tenure Committee, KU Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery,
University of Kansas
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IV. RESEARCH and SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES:
Brief statement of areas of research and scholarly interest, including current projects:
My research interests are primarily tied to my clinical interests including facial nerve rehabilitation, trauma care, and
head and neck reconstruction.
Facial Nerve Rehabilitation
Facial nerve paralysis is a devastating condition on many levels. Not only does it change the patient’s self-image
and appearance but it also results in functional difficulties including speech, eating, and vision. We see a large
volume of facial paralysis patients as a result of malignant tumors in the head and neck. I have been particularly
interested in improving patient outcome by refining facial paralysis treatment techniques. In particular, I have been
successful in performing many of the rehabilitating procedures at the same time as the tumor resection surgery. I
have presented poster presentations on eye rehabilitation and concurrent facial suspension with acellular dermis
at two annual meetings of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and have
published two articles on the biomechanical properties of various facial suspension materials (Archives of Facial
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2004 and 2007). An additional article on facial nerve grafting was published
in Facial Plastic Surgery, 2008.
I continue to work with my Head and Neck Surgeon colleagues within our department and with reconstructive
surgeons at other institutions to improve the care provided to this patient population.
Trauma Care
I treat a large number of facial trauma patients at the University of Kansas Hospital and am active on a national
and international level as an AO North America Craniomaxillofacial Trauma faculty member. I am interested in
improving treatment options for victims of trauma. I have helped shape the curriculum and teaching format for AO
courses at the national and international level through my position on the AO North America CMF Specialty Board
and AO International CMF Specialty Board for the past seven years.
I co-authored a landmark article describing endoscopic surgery for orbital fracture repair.
Farwell DG, Sires BS, Kriet JD, Stanley RB. Endoscopic repair of orbital blowout fractures: use or misuse of a
new approach? Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. 2007; 9(6): 427-33.
I have co-authored several chapters on management of facial trauma.
Head and Neck Reconstruction
We are fortunate to have the largest head and neck cancer service in the region. This tremendous patient volume
necessitates state-of-the-art reconstructive services. I am an active member of our department’s reconstructive
service and we continue to evaluate our treatment outcomes with multiple clinical studies. We are the largest user
of the 2.0 mm locking reconstruction plate for mandibular reconstruction in the country. As a result, we published
two articles detailing our experience.
Militsakh, ON, Werle, A, Mohyuddin, N, Toby, EB, Kriet, J.D., Wallace, DI, Girod, DA, Tsue, TT: Comparison of
radial forearm to fibula and scapula osteocutaneous free flaps for oromandibular reconstruction, Archives of
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 2005:571-5.
Militsakh ON, Wallace DI, Kriet JD, Tsue TT, Girod DA. The role of the osteocutaneous radial forearm free flap
in the treatment of mandibular osteoradionecrosis. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. 2005;133(1):80-3.
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Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction
Rhinoplasty continues to be the largest area of my practice. Because of my experience and reputation at a national
level, I was recruited by the American Academy of Otolaryngology / Head and Neck Surgery to participate in a clinical
consensus statement on functional nasal valve surgery. This is a landmark statement addressing one of the most
common issues affecting patients treated by nasal and rhinoplasty surgeons. This paper has been a useful tool for
practicing surgeons when negotiating with insurance carriers.
Rhee JS, Weaver EM, Park SS, Baker SR, Hilger PA, Kriet JD, Murakami CS, Senior BA, Rosenfeld RM,
DiVittorio D. Clinical Consensus Statement: Diagnosis and management of nasal valve compromise. Otolaryngol
Head Neck Surg. 2010 Jul;143(1):48-59.
Grants and contracts
(Information must include whether the nominee (name bolded) is the principal investigator or a co-investigator, names
of all investigators, title of grant, funding source, dollar amount in direct costs, and years during which grant applies.
Co-investigators must specify role). Provide the cover sheet, abstract and Notice of Award in PDF for all grants
or contracts awarded in last five years (submit online).
Previous Grants and contracts awarded:
(List in chronological order – oldest first, newest last)
Principal
Funding
Direct
Investigator
Investigators
Title of Grant
Source
Costs
Years
Status
Biomechanical
LifeCell Corp
$7500
TT Tsue
Properties of
JD Kriet
A Morgan
Acellular Dermis
2002
Closed
*This grant provided tissue samples of acellular dermis for use in a study of static facial suspension materials and
resulted in publication of a manuscript in Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery
Current Grants and contracts awarded:
(List in chronological order – oldest first, newest last)
Principal
Funding
Investigator
Investigators
Title of Grant
Source
None
Grants and contracts submitted:
Principal
Investigator
Investigators
Title of Grant
Funding
Source
Direct
Costs
Years
Status
Direct
Costs
Years
Status
None
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1.
Scholarly Publications
Full length, peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals: (Provide names of all authors, year, title, journal, volume,
and inclusive pages. The articles must be numbered in chronological order (oldest publications first, most recent
publications last). In cases where there are multiple publications within a year, they should be listed by
alphabetical order. The list should not include papers "in preparation," "submitted," or "under revisions", nor
should it include conference proceedings, published abstracts, and book reviews (which need to be listed
separately).
Articles published: (Provide a PDF of each peer-reviewed article published within the last five years.
Other articles may be provided at the applicant's discretion.)
1. Leu RW, Kriet D, Zhou A, Herriott M, Rummage J, Shannon, B. Reconstitution of Murine Resident Peritoneal
Macrophages for Antibody-Dependent Cellular Cytotoxicity by Homologous Serum C1q. Cellular Immunology.
1989; 122(1):48-61.
2. Itoh Y, Kriet JD, Reichlin M. Organ Distribution of the Ro(SS-A) Antigen in the Guinea Pig. Arthritis and
Rheumatism. 1990;33(12):1815-1821.
3. Kriet JD, Murakami CS, Sherris DA, Cupp CL. The Extended Abbé Flap. Laryngoscope. 1995; 105(9):988-992.
4. Alsarraf R, Kriet JD, Weymuller EA. Quality of Life Outcomes After Osteoplastic
Frontal Sinus Obliteration. Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery. 1999; 121(4):435-440.
5. Becker GD, Cook TA, Wang TD, Park SS, Kriet JD, Tardy E, Gross CW. A 3-Year Multi-institutional
Experience with the Liposhaver. Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. 1999; 1(3):171-176.
6. Kriet JD, Murakami CS, Ierokomos AP. Nasal Reconstruction Using the Inferior Turbinate Mucosal Flap.
Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. 1999; 1(2):97-100.
7. Kriet JD, Wang TD. The Internet and the World-Wide-Web. Facial Plastic Surgery. 1999; 15(2):145-148.
8. Tollefson T, Murakami CM, Kriet JD. Cheek repair. Otolaryngology Clinics of North America.2001; 34(3):62746.
9. Kriet JD, Yang C, Wang TD, Cook TA. Evaluation of Pericranial-Skull Adherence During Healing in the Rabbit
Model. Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. 2003; 5(1):67-69.
10. Tollefson T, Kriet JD, Wang TD, Cook TA. Self-Induced Nasal Ulceration. Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery.
2004; 6:162-166.
11. Morgan, A.S., McIff, T., Park, D.L., Tsue, T.T., Kriet, J.D.: “Biomechanical Properties of materials used in
static facial suspension”, Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, 2004; 6:308-310.
This article was featured in the “Highlights of this Issue” section of Archives of Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery 2004 Vol 6:289
12. Militsakh, O, Wallace, D, Girod, DA, Kriet, JD, Tsue, TT: Use of 2.0 mm locking reconstruction plate system
in primary oromandibular reconstruction after composite resection., Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery,
2004;131(5):660-5.
13. Bunting E, Brown CW, Jr., Goldstein GD, and Kriet JD. Basal Cell Carcinoma Arising in Association with En
Coup de Sabre. 2004 (Submitted, Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery)
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14. Kriet JD, Stanley RB, Grady MS. Self-inflicted submental and transoral gunshot wounds that produce nonfatal
brain injuries: Management and prognosis. J Neurosurg. 2005; 102(6):1029-32.
15. Militsakh, ON, Werle, A, Mohyuddin, N, Toby, EB, Kriet, J.D., Wallace, DI, Girod, DA, Tsue, TT: Comparison
of radial forearm to fibula and scapula osteocutaneous free flaps for oromandibular reconstruction, Archives of
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 2005:571-5.
16. Militsakh ON, Wallace DI, Kriet JD, Tsue TT, Girod DA. The role of the osteocutaneous radial forearm free
flap in the treatment of mandibular osteoradionecrosis. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. 2005;133(1):803.
17. Tollefson TT, Kriet JD. Complex nasal defects: structure and internal lining. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am.
2005;13(2):333-43.
18. Tate JR, Kriet JD, Tollefson TT. Paralytic lagophthalmos: gold-weight implantation. Ear Nose Throat J.
2006;85(9);580, 582.
19. Farwell DG, Sires BS, Kriet JD, Stanley RB. Endoscopic repair of orbital blowout fractures: use or misuse of a
new approach? Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. 2007; 9(6): 427-33.
20. Skourtis ME, Weber SM, Kriet JD, Girod DA, Tsue TT, Wax MK. Immediate Gore-Tex sling suspension for
management of facial paralysis in head and neck extirpative surgery. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2007;
137(2):228-32.
21. Humphrey CD, McIff TE, Sykes KJ, Tsue TT, Kriet JD. Suture biomechanics and static facial suspension.
Arch Facial Plast Surg. 2007;9(3):188-93.
22. Humphrey C, Kriet JD. Facial Nerve Grafting. Facial Plastic Surgery.2008; 24(2):170-6.
23. Militsakh O, Kriet JD. Masticatory diplopia. Ear Nose Throat J. 2008; 87(1):39, 47.
24. Humphrey CD, Kriet JD. Surgical approaches to the orbit. Operative techniques in Otolaryngology. 2008;
19:132-139.
25. Neff LL, Humphrey CD, Kriet JD. Setting up a medical portrait studio. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am. 2010
May;18(2):231-6.
26. Humphrey CD, Kriet JD. Intraoperative photography. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am. 2010 May;18(2):32934.
27. Humphrey CD, Tollefson TT, Kriet JD. Digital asset management. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am. 2010
May;18(2):335-40.
28. Rhee JS, Weaver EM, Park SS, Baker SR, Hilger PA, Kriet JD, Murakami CS, Senior BA, Rosenfeld RM,
DiVittorio D. Clinical consensus Statement: Diagnosis and management of nasal valve compromise. Otolaryngol
Head Neck Surg. 2010 Jul;143(1):48-59.
29. Tollefson TT, Humphrey CD, Larrabee WF Jr, Adelson RT, Karimi K, Kriet JD. The spectrum of isolated
congenital nasal deformities resembling the cleft lip nasal morphology. Arch Facial Plast Surg. 2011 MayJun;13(3):152-60.
30. Harbison J, Kriet JD, Humphrey CD. Improving outcomes for composite grafts in nasal reconstruction. Curr
Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2012; 20:267-73. (peer-reviewed)
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31. Humphrey C, Kriet JD, Humphrey CD. Management of Nasoethmoid Fractures. Curr Opin Otolaryngol Head
Neck Surg. 2013; 21:410-416. (peer-reviewed)
Manuscripts in press: (Provide names of all authors, title, journal, and PDF of manuscript plus evidence of
acceptance by journal)
None
Manuscripts submitted but not yet accepted: (Provide names of all authors, title, journal, and PDF of
manuscript plus evidence of receipt of manuscript by journal.)
None
Invited or non-peer-reviewed articles or reviews: (Provide names of all authors, year, title, journal,
volume, and pages. If in press, provide documentation and PDF or article/review if published within the
last five years.)
1. Kriet JD, Goco PE. Browplasty. In Otolaryngology and Facial Plastic Surgery, eMedicine World Medical
Library, 2001.
Books and book chapters: (Provide names of all authors, year, book title, chapter title, edition, publisher,
and pages. If in press, provide documentation and PDF or book/book chapter if published the last five
years.)
1. Kriet JD, Murakami CS: Nasal Fractures. In Calhoun KH, editor: Expert Guide to Otolaryngology,
Philadelphia, 2001, American College of Physicians.
2. Tsue, T.T., Kriet, J.D., Wallace, D.I, Girod, D.A.: Chapter 6: Planning and Diagnostic Evaluation in Oral Cavity
Reconstruction in Reconstruction of the Oral Cavity, Day, T. and Girod, D.A.(eds.), 2005.
3. Humphrey C, Kriet JD. Nasal Trauma. In Goldberg, Lee, Murr Editors: Head and Neck Trauma. New York:
Informa Healthcare USA, Inc.; 2008.
4. Kriet JD. Midfacial Fractures. In Fedock, Handbook of Otolaryngology. Thieme; 1 edition (September 16,
2010).
5. Humphrey CD, Kriet JD, Orbital Fractures. In Johnson JT and Rosen CA: Bailey’s Textbook of Otolaryngology
/ Head and Neck Surgery. 5th Edition. June 21, 2013.
6. Kriet JD, Sykes J, Gillman G. Facial Plastic Surgery and Trauma. In Bailey's Head and Neck Surgery:
Otolaryngology Review Book. In press 2013.
Published abstracts: (Provide names of all authors (applicant’s name bolded), year, title, where published,
volume, and pages.) If the same work is reflected in a published abstract and a presentation or poster, the work
must only be listed only once.
None
Other scholarly publication
None
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Presentations and posters in chronological order (oldest first, most recent last)
Oral paper presentations: (Provide names of all authors (applicant’s name bolded), title, sponsoring organization,
extent of peer-review, and location and date of presentation.)
*Abstracts of all presentations were reviewed by the meeting program committee
Scientific papers presented at national and international meetings:
Kriet JD, Reichlin M. Organ Distribution of the Ro Antigen in the Guinea Pig. Outstanding Medical Student
Award: 53rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology, Cincinnati, Ohio, June, 1989.
Kriet JD, Murakami CS, Sherris DA, Cupp CL. The Extended Abbé Flap. Spring Meeting of the American
Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Palm Beach, Florida, May 1994.
Kriet JD, Ierokomos AP, Murakami CS. Nasal Reconstruction Using the Inferior Turbinate Mucosal Flap. Fall
Meeting of the AAFPRS. San Francisco, California, September 5, 1997.
Kriet JD, Riddle S, Wang TD, Cook TA. Nasal Reconstruction in Trigeminal Trophic Syndrome. Seventh
International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery. Orlando, Florida, June 17, 1998.
Riddle S, Kriet JD, Cook TA, Wang TD. Rhytidectomy and Cervical Lipectomy After Head and Neck Surgery.
Seventh International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery. Orlando, Florida, June 17, 1998.
Kriet JD, Yang C, Wang TD, Cook TA. Evaluation of Pericranial-Skull Adherence During Healing in the Rabbit
Model. Spring Meeting of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Palm Desert,
California, April 29, 1999.
Tollefson TT, Tsue TT, Kriet JD. Tracheostomy scar revision using acellular dermis, American Academy of Facial
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, San Diego, California, September 25, 2002.
Kriet JD, Yang C, Wang TD, Cook TA. Evaluation of Pericranial-Skull Adherence During Healing in the Rabbit
Model. Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. 2003; 5(1): 67-69.
Militsakh ON, Mohyuddin N, Werle A, Toby EB, Kriet JD, Wallace DI, Girod DA, Tsue TT. Comparison of radial
forearm to fibula and scapula osteocutaneous free flaps for oromandibular reconstruction. 6th International
Conference on Head and Neck Cancer. Washington, DC, August 8, 2004. First Place for Best Resident Clinical
Paper.
Militsakh ON, Wallace DI, Kriet JD, Tsue TT, Girod DA. The osteocutaneous radial forearm free flap for
mandibular osteoradionecrosis. American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Annual Meeting,
New York City, New York, September 21, 2004.
Kriet JD, Friedman O, Moe K, Wax M. Contemporary management of facial paralysis. Miniseminar. American
Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, CA, September 27, 2005.
Humphrey C, McIff T, Sykes K, Tsue TT, Kriet JD. Biomechanics of suture for use in static facial suspension. 9th
International symposium on facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. Las Vegas, NV. May 1, 2006.
Humphrey C, Tollefson TT, Kriet JD. Isolated unilateral cleft lip nasal deformity. 9th International symposium on
facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. Las Vegas, NV. May 1-5, 2006.
Kriet JD, Mobly S. Special Needs of the Academic Practice. Organization of Facial Plastic Surgery Assistants.
Toronto, Ontario. September 14, 2006.
Humphrey C, Girod D, Larsen C, Morgan A, Sykes K, Tsue T, Wax M, Kriet JD. Static facial suspension:
Experience with three techniques. American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Annual
Meeting. Toronto, Ontario. September, 2006.
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Humphrey C, Sykes K, Kriet JD. Digital asset management: Strategies of facial plastic surgeons. Fall meeting of
the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Washington, DC. September, 2007.
Carlisle MP, Humphrey CD, Kriet JD. Surgical Treatment of orbital blowout fractures: Complications and
postoperative care patterns. Challenges in fracture care across disciplines. Phoenix, AZ. November 11-14,
2010.
Kriet JD, Posnick J. Aesthetics and Orthognathics-understanding options in facial rejuvenation. Interactive
fireside chat. AO North America Advanced Symposium on Craniomaxillofacial Reconstruction. Big Sky, Montana.
February 12, 2012.
Scientific papers presented at local and regional meetings:
Kriet JD, Stanley RB. Management of Self-Inflicted Low-Energy Gunshot Wounds that Violate the Anterior Skull
Base. 27th Annual Meeting of the Western Trauma Association, Snowbird, Utah, March 6, 1997.
Morgan A, Tsue TT, Wax M, Kriet JD. Immediate facial suspension with Alloderm in patients with parotid
malignancy. University of Kansas Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Alumni Day, Kansas
City, Kansas, June 15, 2001.
DeWitt A, Tsue TT, Kriet JD, Chaudry O, Girod DA. Antibiotic prophylaxis in head and neck reconstruction.
University of Kansas Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Alumni Day, Kansas City, Kansas,
June 15, 2001.
Girod DA, Kriet JD, Tsue TT. The Head and Neck: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. University of Kansas
School of Medicine Mini Medical School, University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas, October
30, 2001.
Celmer, A.W., Kriet, J.D., Girod, D.A., Tsue, T.T.: “Alloderm in the Post-Parotidectomy Patient: Reevaluation of
Frey’s Syndrome”. University of Kansas Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Alumni Day,
Kansas City, Kansas, June 7, 2002.
Tollefson TT, Tsue TT, Kriet JD. Tracheostomy Scar Revision Using Acellular Dermis. University of Kansas
Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Alumni Day, Kansas City, Kansas, June 7, 2002.
Morgan, A.S., McIff, T., Tsue, T.T., Kriet, J.D.: “Biomechanical properties of materials used in static facial
suspension”, University of Kansas Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Alumni Day, Kansas
City, Kansas, June 7, 2002.
Morgan, A.S., McIff, T., Tsue, T.T., Kriet, J.D.: “Biomechanical properties of materials used in static facial
suspension”, University of Kansas School of Medicine Faculty Research Day, Kansas City, Kansas, November
14, 2002.
Tollefson, T.T., Tsue, T.T., Girod, D.A., Kriet, J.D.: “Rehabilitation of the paralyzed eyelid with concurrent
parotidectomy and facial nerve sacrifice”, Alumni Day Research Conference, Department of Otolaryngology-Head
and Neck Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas, June 6, 2003.
Militsakh, O., Wallace, D.I., Girod, D.A., Kriet, J.D., Tsue, T.T.: “Use of 2.0mm Locking Reconstruction Plate
system in oromandibular reconstruction surgery”, Alumni Day Research Conference, Department of
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas, June 6,
2003.
Poster presentations in chronological order (oldest first, most recent last): (Provide names of all authors
(applicant’s name bolded), title, sponsoring organization, extent of peer-review and location and date of
presentation.)
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Poster presentations at national and international meetings:
*All posters were peer-reviewed by program committees
Morgan A, Kriet JD, Tsue TT, Girod DA, Wax M. Results of concurrent human acellular dermis (alloderm) facial
suspension in patients undergoing parotid and facial malignancy resection. Fall Meeting of the American
Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Denver, CO September 5, 2001.
Tollefson TT, Kriet JD. Tracheostomy Scar Revision Using Acellular Dermis. Fall Meeting of the American
Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. San Diego, California. September 19-21, 2002.
Morgan AS, McIff TE, Tsue TT, Kriet JD. Biomechanical Properties of Human Acellular Dermis (Alloderm) Used
for Human Facial Suspension. Fall Meeting of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery. San Diego, California. September 19-21, 2002.
Morgan, A.S., McIff, T., Tsue, T.T., Kriet, J.D.: “Biomechanical properties of materials used in static facial
suspension”, American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. San Diego, California, September
25, 2002.
Tollefson TT, Tsue TT, Kriet JD. Rehabilitation of the paralyzed eyelid. Fall Meeting of the American Academy of
Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Orlando, FL. September 18-19, 2003.
Militsakh O, Wallace D, Kriet JD, Girod DA, Tsue TT. Use of 2.0 mm locking reconstruction plate system in
oromandibular reconstruction. American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (scientific session),
Orlando, Florida, September 23, 2003.
Militsakh ON, Mohyuddin N, Werle A, Toby EB, Kriet JD, Wallace DI, Girod DA, Tsue TT. Comparison of radial
forearm to fibula and scapula osteocutaneous free flaps for oromandibular reconstruction. 6 th International
Conference on Head and Neck Cancer. Washington, DC, August 8, 2004. First Place for Best Resident Clinical
Paper.
Militsakh ON, Wallace DI, Kriet JD, Tsue TT, Girod DA. The osteocutaneous radial forearm free flap for
mandibular osteoradionecrosis. American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Annual Meeting,
New York City, New York, September 21, 2004.
Humphrey C, McIff T, Sykes K, Tsue TT, Kriet JD. Biomechanics of suture for use in static facial suspension. 9th
International symposium on facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. Las Vegas, NV. May 1, 2006.
Humphrey C, Tollefson TT, Kriet JD. Isolated unilateral cleft lip nasal deformity. 9th International symposium on
facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. Las Vegas, NV. May 1-5, 2006.
Humphrey C, Girod D, Larsen C, Morgan A, Sykes K, Tsue T, Wax M, Kriet JD. Static facial suspension:
Experience with three techniques. American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Annual
Meeting. Toronto, Ontario. September, 2006.
Humphrey C, Sykes K, Kriet JD. Digital asset management: Strategies of facial plastic surgeons. Fall meeting of
the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Washington, DC. September, 2007.
Carlisle MP, Humphrey CD, Kriet JD. Surgical Treatment of orbital blowout fractures: Complications and
postoperative care patterns. Challenges in fracture care across disciplines. Phoenix, AZ. November 11-14,
2010.
Rosenberger E, Humphrey CD, Sykes KJ, Kriet JD. Does payment method affect cosmetic rhinoplasty revision
rates?. Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meeting. Orlando, FL. April 10-14, 2013.
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Poster presentations at local and regional meetings:
*Not peer-reviewed
Morgan, A.S., McIff, T., Tsue, T.T., Kriet, J.D.: “Biomechanical properties of materials used in static facial
suspension”, University of Kansas School of Medicine Faculty Research Day, Kansas City, Kansas, November
14, 2002.
Invited seminars at other universities: (Provide title, sponsoring organization or institution, and date of
presentation.)
(These invited seminars are also listed under didactic teaching section above)
Kriet JD, “Principles of Subtotal and Total Nasal Reconstruction”. Grand rounds, Department of
Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. October 1, 1997.
Kriet JD. Nasal Reconstruction Emphasizing Options in Vascularized Nasal Lining. Invited Speaker, Meeting of
the Oregon Academy of Otolaryngology. Portland, Oregon, February 6, 1998.
Kriet JD. Soft Tissue and Facial Trauma-Diagnosis and Management Decisions. Invited lecturer, Family Medicine
Spokane Soft Tissue Workshop (affiliated with University of Washington Department of Family Medicine). May 29,
1998.
Kriet JD. Scar Revision and Camouflage. Invited lecturer, Family Medicine Spokane Soft Tissue Workshop
(affiliated with University of Washington Department of Family Medicine). May 29, 1998.
Kriet JD. 1. “Nasal Reconstruction Emphasizing the Inferior Turbinate Flap as a Lining Source”;
2. “Management of Facial Creases and Rhytids-Minimally Invasive Options”; 3. “Management of the Secondary
Cleft Nasal Deformity”. Invited Lecturer, Kansas City Society of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Annual
Clinical Conference. Kansas City, Missouri. December 18, 1998.
Kriet JD. Dynamics of the Aging Brow. Invited faculty, Missouri Society of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck
Surgery. Missouri State Medical Association 141st Annual Convention. Osage Beach, Missouri. April 10, 1999.
Kriet JD. Diagnosis and Management of Laryngeal Trauma. Invited lecturer. University of Missouri-Kansas City
and Truman Medical Center Department of Surgery Multidisciplinary Trauma Conference. University of MissouriKansas City School of Medicine. Kansas City, Missouri. June 16, 1999.
Kriet JD. 1. “Scar Revision Surgery Techniques” 2. “Transposition Flaps-Design and Indications”. Invited faculty,
University of Missouri-Kansas City and Truman Medical Center Dept. of OMFS “Concepts and Design of Local
Skin Flaps.” Truman Medical Center, Kansas City, Missouri. September 11, 1999.
Kriet JD. 1. “Correlation Between Nasal Anatomy and Aesthetics”; 2. “The Septum and Turbinates in
Rhinoplasty”; 3. “Postoperative Management in the Rhinoplasty Patient”; 4. “Grafting in Rhinoplasty – Materials
and Rationale”. Invited Faculty. The Portland Rhinoplasty Course. Portland, Oregon. October 29-31, 1999.
Kriet JD. “Laryngeal Trauma-Pathogenesis, Diagnosis and Management”. Grand Rounds, Department of Oral
and Maxillofacial Surgery. University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Medicine. December 20, 1999.
Kriet JD. “Management of the nasal septum and turbinates in rhinoplasty”. Invited Faculty. University of
Washington Anatomy for Facial Plastic Surgery Course. Seattle, Washington. October 14, 2000.
Kriet JD. “Evaluation and Management of Facial Trauma”. Invited Lecturer. University of Kansas Medical Center
CME series, “Topics in Trauma”. December 6, 2000.
Kriet JD. “Management of the Nasal Valve and Deviated Caudal Septum”. Invited Lecturer. Kansas City Society
of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology 2000 Annual Clinical Conference. Kansas City, Missouri. December 14,
2000.
Kriet JD. “Facial Paralysis: Management Options”. Invited Lecturer. LifeCell Corporation. Branchberg, New
Jersey. March 30, 2001.
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Kriet JD. 1. “Correlation Between Nasal Anatomy and Aesthetics”; 2. “The Septum and Turbinates in
Rhinoplasty”; 3. “Postoperative Management in the Rhinoplasty Patient”. Invited Faculty. The Portland
Rhinoplasty Course. Portland, Oregon. August 4, 2001.
Girod DA, Kriet JD, Tsue TT. “The Head and Neck: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly”. University of Kansas
School of Medicine Mini Medical School, University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas, October
30, 2001.
Kriet JD. “Management of Facial Paralysis”. Invited Speaker. Kansas City Society of Ophthalmology and
Otolaryngology. January 12, 2002.
Kriet JD. 1. “Correlation Between Nasal Anatomy and Aesthetics”; 2. “The Septum and Turbinates in
Rhinoplasty”; 3. “Modification of the Nasal Dorsum”. Invited Faculty. The Portland Rhinoplasty Course. Portland,
Oregon. July 26, 2002.
Kriet JD. “Open reduction and internal fixation of Nasal-orbital-ethmoid and zygomaticomaxillary complex
fractures”. AO-ASIF Operating room personal course. Toronto, Ontario. August 10, 2002.
Kriet JD. “Open reduction and internal fixation of the comminuted mandible and mandibular angle fractures”. AOASIF Principles Course. Toronto, Ontario. August 10, 2002.
Kriet JD. “Contemporary management of the paralyzed eyelid”. Invited Panelist. Facial Plastic and
Reconstructive Committee Forum, Fall Meeting of the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck
Surgery. San Diego, California, September 22, 2002.
Kriet JD. “General principles of internal fixation of mandible fractures”. AO-ASIF Principles Course. Tampa, FL.
October 19,2002 .
Kriet JD. “Nasal incisions in rhinoplasty”. Invited Faculty, Facial and Head and Neck Anatomy Dissection Course.
University of Washington. Seattle, Washington; October 26, 2002.
Kriet JD. Turning back time…a new you for a new year. Invited Lecturer. New Friends of Kansas City.
Overland Park, Kansas. January 9, 2003.
Kriet JD. Management of the crooked nose. Kansas City Society of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology. Kansas
City, Missouri. January 10, 2003.
Kriet JD. 1. “Mandible fractures-general principles and repair techniques”; 2 “Midface and LeFort Facial
Fractures”; 3. “Frontal sinus fracture treatment options”. Invited Speaker, Department of Otolaryngology/Head and
Neck Surgery. University of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA. March 8, 2003.
Kriet JD. “Management of facial trauma: general principles and overview”. Invited speaker. Topics in trauma.
University of Kansas Medical Center nursing continuing education conference. Kansas City, Kansas. April 2,
2003.
Kriet JD. “Endoscopic assisted transantral repair of orbital fractures”. AO-ASIF Principles of Operative Treatment
of Craniomaxillofacial Trauma and Reconstruction. Kansas City, MO August 3, 2003.
Kriet JD. “Midface anatomy, biomechanics, and buttresses”. AO ASIF Principles of Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial Trauma and Reconstruction, Atlanta, Georgia, May 22-23, 2004.
Kriet JD. “Challenges in rehabilitating the paralyzed face”. Bridgeport Facial Plastic Surgery Society. Portland,
Oregon. March 4, 2004.
(I was the youngest facial plastic surgeon ever invited to lecture to this prestigious society)
Kriet JD. Current management of orbital fractures. Grand Rounds; Dept. of Otolaryngology / Head and Neck
Surgery. Oregon Health Sciences University. Portland, Oregon. March 4, 2004.
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Kriet JD. 1. “Correlation Between Nasal Anatomy and Aesthetics”; 2. “The Septum and Turbinates in
Rhinoplasty”; 3. “Modification of the Nasal Dorsum”; 4. “Post-operative Management of the Rhinoplasty Patient”.
Invited Faculty. The Portland Rhinoplasty Course. Portland, Oregon. July 29-August 1, 2004.
Kriet JD, “The spectrum of disease states in facial plastic surgery”. Academy of Operating Room Nurses, Kansas
City, Kansas, October 19, 2004. (accepted)
Kriet JD, “Management of frontal sinus fractures”. AO ASIF Principles of Operative Treatment of
Craniomaxillofacial Trauma and Reconstruction, San Francisco, California, January 23, 2005 (accepted).
Kriet JD. Managing the nasal airway-functional rhinoplasty and grafting techniques. 2nd AOCMF Operative
Techniques in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Course-Hands-On Cadaver. Vienna, Austria. April 6-8, 2011.
Kriet JD. Rhinoplasty prosection. Leader-one half day rhinoplasty cadaver session. 2nd AOCMF Operative
Techniques in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Course-Hands-On Cadaver. Vienna, Austria. April 6-8, 2011.
Kriet JD. Introduction to rhinoplasty and applied nasal anatomy. 2nd AOCMF Operative Techniques in Oral and
Maxillofacial Surgery Course-Hands-On Cadaver. Vienna, Austria. April 6-8, 2011.
Kriet JD, Management of the Saddle Nose Deformity. AO North America Advanced Symposium on
Craniomaxillofacial Reconstruction. Big Sky, Montana. February 11, 2012.
Kriet JD, Basic Rhinoplasty Approaches to the Nasal Tip. AO North America Advanced Symposium on
Craniomaxillofacial Reconstruction. Big Sky, Montana. February 12, 2012.
Kriet JD, Treatment of isolated central and centro-lateral (Le Fort type) fractures, buttress stabilization. AO CMF
– Craniomaxillofacial Fracture Management. Davos, Switzerland. December 1-6, 2012.
3.
Other evidence of scholarship
(includes clinical guidelines, policy documents, contributions to significant position statements by professional
organizations, and development of national examinations)
Journal Reviewer:
1. Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, Editorial Review Panel, 2001- present.
2. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Journal, 2002 - present.
3. Otolaryngology and Facial Plastics Journal, Editorial Board, eMedicine 2001 - present.
Written Exam Development Committee.
American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2000-2003.
Member, Trauma Program Performance Committee, University of Kansas Medical Center, 1999 – 2007.
Substantial involvement in policy and clinical guideline development for trauma service and Level I trauma center
(accreditation in 2000 and re-accreditation by the American College of Surgeons in 2004).
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