Masterclass in Adult Hearing Care: 29th and 30th November 2018 in London, UK
Do you thrive on delivering excellence in hearing and patient care- then we have just the right course for you! Masterclass in Adult Hearing Care has been designed to create an excellent interactive learning experience and an extraordinary learning opportunity for audiologists in the NHS and private settings. This two-day Masterclass will feature one of the most prolific authors and highly sought-after speakers in the audiology world, Dr. Douglas L. Beck.
We will cover the topics in completing the adult hearing care journey via an in-depth discussion on defining hearing needs, hearing and listening evaluation, optimising hearing technology, CROS/BiCROS and implantable technology, fitting musicians, motivational interviewing and influences, cognition and hearing, and tinnitus evaluation and management.
This Masterclass will stimulate professionals to achieve the highest standards of clinical practice through best practices and published outcomes and will help set you apart from your competition. No matter where you are in your professional journey, this course will provide you the tools that will help you to succeed. You cannot afford to miss this golden opportunity.
AGENDA AND BOOKING FORM AVAILABLE BELOW:
|Early bird-before 30.10.2018||After 30.10.2018|
|NB: All the above prices are exclusive of VAT. 20% VAT applicable on this fee.
*Lunch and refreshments will be provided but delegates will need to book their own accommodation
-Defining Hearing Needs: Medical model and onward referrals, Social model, Consumer model
-Patient Evaluation: Advanced ear examination, Audiology Diagnostics: What and Why., Listening and Communication Assessment
-Advanced Hearing Technology Options: Directional, Beamforming, Multi-Speaker Access Technology and Noise Reduction. Normal Hearing & Remote Mics, CROS & BiCROS, Implantable technology/business development/marketing
-Music, Musicians, Audiology & NeuroScience: Auditory Neuroscience and Music, Hearing Issues, Technology and Musicians
-Counselling: Influence, Motivational Interviewing
-Cognition and Hearing: Cognition & Dementia Update for Audiologists, Screening for Dementia
-Tinnitus: Tinnitus Evaluation, Tinnitus Management
Contact details: Dr Jay Jindal Au.D. FSHAA
Phone: 0330 2233 453
When: 6th and 7th June 2018 (with pre and post-course live webinars)
Where: Greenwich University, London
This highly popular Audiology Planet course features the best national and international speakers in the area of paediatric audiology, and a power-packed agenda to refine your skills to do your job. The two-day event is mainly geared at paediatric audiologists or would-be paediatric audiologists, but may also be relevant to other professionals involved in the care of children with compromised hearing function e.g. specialist teachers for hearing, paediatric otologists, audio-vestibular physicians, and specialist speech or auditory verbal therapists etc. We have put a lot of thought over the years on the content, to make sure that the agenda is clinically relevant and helpful in improving your overall Service/clinical care.
The focus of the event will be on holistic approach to paediatric amplification. Key discussion topics: paediatric assessment, including the practical in otoacoustic emissions and visual reinforcement audiometry (demo by patient videos). VRA peer review process, aided and unaided speech audiometry, optimising the amplification via verification and validation of hearing devices. She will also conduct a fantastic workshop on RECD and other verification management.
Includes a pre and post course webinars on CAEP, child and family centred care, and P300 potentials.
Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) Workshop
When: 15th-16th May 2017
Where: London, UK
|Audiologists and other professionals who would like to get involved in assessment and/or management of APD. Contact us for more details by clicking here|
The Paediatric Audiology Course
When: 23rd to 25th May 2017
Where: London, UK
|Paediatric audiologists. Contact us for more details by clicking here|
|Translating Clinical Excellence into High-Quality Child and Family Centred Care
When: 25th May 2017
Where: London, UK
|Paediatric audiologists and other professionals involved in the hearing healthcare of children e.g. specialist teachers, speech and auditory verbal therapists, audio-vestibular physicians, paediatric otolaryngologists etc.|
|Excelling in Diagnostic Audiology: Diversify Your Service||Audiologists and hearing aid dispensers|
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Please also see the information below and get in touch for further details:
|1.||Paediatric audiology courses||Paediatric audiologists and specialist teachers|
|2.||Audiometric masking||Audiologists and hearing aid audiologists|
|3.||Real ear measurements and RECD||Audiologists and hearing aid audiologists|
|4.||A refresher in hearing, balance and communication disorders||GP’s, ENT doctors, Nurses, Speech therapists and other professionals working with people with hearing, balance and communication disorders|
|5.||Comprehensive training and assessment for school nurses and other non-audiology professionals on hearing screening||School hearing screening teams and other non-audiology professionals who perform hearing assessment|
|6.||Hearing and balance disorder awareness||General public, people suffering from hearing and/or balance disorders and their families or care-givers|
|7.||Paediatric (0-5 years) otoscopy and impression taking||Paediatric audiologists|
|8.||Otoscopy and impression taking (>5 years of age)||Audiologists and hearing aid audiologists|
|9.||Industrial audiometry||Audiologists and hearing aid audiologists|
|10.||Bespoke audiology training on electrophysiology, paediatric and adult audiology||Anyone|
|11.||Visual reinforcement audiometry with peer review||Paediatric audiologists|
|12.||VNG and caloric testing, and Epley’s manoeuvre||Audiologists|
|13.||Aural care||GP’s, Nurses, audiologists, hearing aid audiologists and other professionals working with people with hearing and/or balance impairment|