Johannesburg, South Africa
Virtual - University at Buffalo
This unique conference is entirely a student-run with the goal of mentoring students as well as providing a virtual conference.
The presentation lineup includes:
- MARSHALL CHASIN, AUD – Music and Hearing Aids
- STEVEN ARMSTRONG, B.ENG. – Hearables and Hearing Aids: what do they have in common?
- SHARON KUJAWA, PHD – Cochlear Synaptopathy: Interrupting Communication from Ear to Brain
- SAMIRA ANDERSON, AUD., PHD – Why Can’t I Hear in Noise? Looking for Answers Beyond the Audiogram
The countdown to World Hearing Day 2021 begins today. 3 March 2021 will mark the launch of the World Report on Hearing and is an opportunity to raise awareness on this topic among policymakers and general public alike. The theme of the World Hearing Day is ‘Hearing care for ALL! Screen. Rehabilitate. Communicate’
More information on the campaign will be available on the WHO webpage. Other advocacy materials including flyers, banners will be made launched during the webinars: A glimpse into the World Report on Hearing and the World Hearing Day 2021, on 3-4 November 2020.
Delta Grand Marriott Hotel, Kelowna, B.C.
The CAA Conference and Exhibition is Canada’s largest annual live event dedicated to the science and practice of audiology. We have an exciting line up of speakers from across the World on a broad range of topics to meet the needs of audiologists across the scope of practice and employment disciplines. Learn from world-class scientists and clinicians, engage with industry representatives in our exhibition hall and discuss hot topics with colleagues, mentors and new friends.
Early bird registration start May 1, 2021.
Ear to the ground
Auditory Brainstem Response Test at Different Stimulus Rates in Normal-Hearing Adults Living With HIV.View more
Digital Proficiency Is Not a Significant Barrier for Taking Up Hearing Services With a Hybrid Online and Face-to-Face Model.View more