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2018 Conference and Exhibition – Niagara Falls, ON

CAA 2018 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… Read More

Upcoming Webinar: Nov. 20, 2018

Save the Date: Nov. 20, at 1pm ET Our next webinar on New Advances in Tinnitus Assessment will be presented by Philippe Fournier, Ph.D. More information will follow this summer, but please save the date Nov. 20 at 1 pm Eastern time. Archived Webinars Connected Technologies for Improved Access in Global Hearing Care, with De… Read More

Call for Poster and Podium Presentations Deadline Extended until August 15, 2018

SUBMISSION INFORMATION FOR POSTER AND PODIUM PRESENTATIONS: Description The Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) invites all clinicians, students, researchers, educators, policy makers and other professional or health care providers working with hearing or balance to submit original research for presentation (by poster and/or at the podium) at the annual CAA conference. Submissions will be reviewed… Read More

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TINNITUS RETRAINING THERAPY (TRT) COURSE

Vancouver, BC

Learn the theory of The Neurophysiological Model of Tinnitus and how to apply it practically to TRT from Professors Pawel and Margaret Jastreboff, founders and originators of TRT. This is an intensive training course limited to 24 participants to allow for a comprehensive, intensive and personal learning experience. Participants will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

2018 CAA Conference and Exhibition

Niagara Falls, ON

CAA 2018 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. Conference dates: October 17th – 20th, 2018.  We also offer two Pre-Conference Workshops October 17, 2018.

REVIEW THE EXCITING PROGRAM AND REGISTER NOW!

The early bird registration deadline is June 12, 2018 and members of the Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) get preferential rates.

World Congress of Audiology 2018

Cape Town Convention Centre

The World Audiology Congress due to be held at the Cape Town Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa is due to be held from 27  – 31 October. The congress will also feature Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery and Cochlear tracks. There will be three Round Table Plenary Sessions, one on each day of the conference chaired by Sharon Kujawa (USA), De Wet Swanepoel (South Africa) and Louise Hickson (Australia) on topics such as ” Synaptopathy Basic Sciences and Clinical Implications”; ” Equitable Access to Healthy Hearing” and “Family Centred Audiological Care for Children and Adults”.

Other special sessions and workshops include ” eHealth in Audiology: Perspectives, Opportunities and Challenges” chaired by Gabriella Tognola (Italy); “eHealth II: Trends in Technology Development as well as Service Delivery from Multiple Perspectives” by Stefan Launer (Switzerland) and “Wikipedia Edit-a-thon” by Thais Morata (USA). The call for abstracts closes on 16 April 2018.

Tinnitus Care Provider Certificate Program

Vancouver, British Columbia

The Tinnitus Care Provider Certificate Program is a two-day workshop and assessment to learn how to help your patients with tinnitus. This comprehensive curriculum focuses on tinnitus patient care involving physiology, psychology, measurement, management, and practice organization.


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