Patient-Centered Events

November 5

Listening Session

A recent survey of people with taste and smell dysfunction showed that not having a diagnosis impacts the management of their health and well-being.

During this 2-hour event, we will hear first-hand stories from people with smell and taste disorders to understand how smell and taste screening could have validated their lived experience and, in fact, changed the course of their lives.

Scientists will chime in to share what a lack of smell and taste testing means to them and to their science, as we are still struggling to just count the number of people that are affected by these disorders, limiting the research on mechanisms.

Clinicians will share how patient stories affect their practice and how routine measures of smell and taste would improve the diagnosis and treatment of disease.

Towards Universal Chemosensory Testing
Towards Universal Chemosensory Testing, November 6-8, 2023
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