2 Day-The Infant ABR Course

1st-2nd July 2019 TWO DAY INFANT ABR TRAINING COURSE

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This two day course is part of a five-day paediatric audiology course that includes:

  1. a two-day infant ABR training on 1st-2nd July 2019
  2. a two-day long paediatric assessment and hearing instrument verification/validation practical workshop on 3rd-4th July 2019
  3. a one-day workshop on holstic approach to paediatric amplification

Individual days are bookable.

Description:

1st-2nd July 2019 TWO DAY INFANT ABR TRAINING COURSE

This intense ABR course will have significant practical element and is designed for anyone who would like to start performing the electrophysiological assessment in babies referred from newborn hearing screening program. It will also be suitable for someone who has been performing electrophysiological assessment for some time but would like to refresh their knowledge of the basic and advanced principles of ABR testing.

This course is made up of two hours long pre-course webinar and two-day face to face training. However, we recognise that the two-day training can only provide someone with basic competency to perform the assessment and clinicians will need an ongoing support to be able to develop further confidence in ABR testing in their clinic.

Every delegate participating in the course, will receive an expert support to review all your ABR traces and provide mentorship for up to six months after the face-to-face training.

Main speaker:Jason Smalley, Specialist Audiologist, Evoked Potentials Clinic, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK Additional speaker: Dr Jay Jindal Au.D., Consultant Audiologist, London, UK

PRE-COURSE:

Recommended pre-course work: to observe 1-2 ABR tests with colleagues

  • Pre-course webinar: 2 hours • Brief anatomy related to evoked potential testing •Greng Introduction to the NHSP ABR, CM, and ANSD guidance documents available on BSA website https://www.thebsa.org.uk/
  • Recommended pre-course reading: NHSP guidance on ABR/CM/ANSD

POST-COURSE:

  • Recommended post-course work: to perform 3-5 ABR tests under supervision
  • Post course mentorship with ABR traces peer review facility included for 6 months

Learning objectives: Delegates will learn about

  • Identifying the major anatomical correlates of ABR
  • Understanding the NHSP recommended procedures for infant ABR
  • Understanding the steps in performing infant ABR (AC, BC, masking)
  • Tackling noise and artefact in ABR testing
  • Making a time-efficient ABR testing strategy
  • Performing cochlear microphonics testing
  • Performing diagnostic testing for ANSD
  • Reporting of the results

Contact us for more details.

Download the booking form here: TUPAC Booking Form

Register Your Seat

Ticket Type Price Spaces
All Dates Ticket £550.00


Date/Time
01-July-2019 - 02-July-2019
9:00 am - 5:45 pm

Price
£550.00

Location
London

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About the Author:

Jay Jindal is a highly qualified independent audiologist, specialising in hearing care for both children and adults, auditory processing disorders, balance & dizziness and tinnitus management. His clinics are in Bromley, Orpington, Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone. Jay speaks on various audiology related topics at national and international events. He also organises world class paediatric and adult audiology events with speakers from all over the world via www.audiologyplanet.com Jay is associated with several national bodies related to audiology, which have a great influence on how the hearing healthcare services are provided in United Kingdom. He is the Professional Development Consultant for British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA) which is the professional body of hearing aid audiologists in UK and has around 1600+ members. He is also a member of the prestigious national level Document Guidance Group of British Society of Audiologists (BSA). This group produces guidance and recommended procedures that are used by audiologists in the NHS and independent clinics throughout the UK. He is also a member of regulatory body’s (Health and Care Professional Council) fitness-to-practice panel formulated to investigate the malpractices of hearing aid audiologists

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