Birkbeck, University of London, London, United Kingdom
This course is designed for those who wish to enhance their skills and knowledge on offering Motivational Interviewing (MI) in their day-to-day clinical practice. Students will gain a wider spectrum of theoretical knowledge and clinical skills with regard to psycho-social aspects of hearing impairment and application of advanced evidence-based psychological skills in empowering patients through the process of audiologic rehabilitation.
The Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA) Is pleased to present Demystified: Treatment of the Tinnitus Patient presented by Kim Eskritt Au.D. Reg. CASLPO And Dany Pineault Au.D. Reg. CASLPO
This workshop aims to increase the audiologist’s knowledge of this complex condition by providing practical, evidence-based approaches for the management of tinnitus patients in the clinical setting.
Conveniently Located in Downtown Toronto with easy access via the PATH from Union Station and GO Trains/Busses.
For more information or to register, visit: https://www.osla.on.ca/controls/calendar/Client_Events_Detail.aspx?n=n&mdate=2019-03-29&id=10105
Steve Lomber, University of Western Ontario
Larry Roberts, McMaster University
Robert Harrison, SickKids
Blake Butler, University of Western Ontario
Brian Allman, University of Western Ontario
Richard Salvi, University at Buffalo
Anu Sharma, University of Colorado Boulder
Prudence Allen, University of Western Ontario
Marshall Chasin, Marshall Chasin & Associates, Toronto
The International Hearing Loss Conference (IHLC) will bring together approximately 250 scientists of diverse expertise, all of whom work on hearing loss, to discuss and debate new findings in hearing loss research. Taking place in beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, the IHLC offers a unique combination of features, including: breadth of research, cutting-edge emphasis, mingling of investigators from all ranks (and diverse sub-fields and locales), intimate size, and extended discussion time allowing for sustained interactions.
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The Effect of Memory Span and Manual Dexterity on Hearing Aid Handling Skills in New and Experienced Hearing Aid Users.View more
Evaluation of a Protocol for Integrated Speech Audiometry.View more