Protected: 2017 Conference Presentations
Thank you for attending the 2017 Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) Conference and Exhibition. Below is a list of the Conference Sessions.
We thank all our World Class Presenters for presenting at the CAA Conference. (If a presentation is linked we obtained permission from the author to share with conference registrants. Others are not released by the author(s).
We hope you will join us next year at the 2018 Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) Conference and Exhibition, Niagara Falls, ON Oct 17 – 20, 2018.
Opening Keynote Thursday – Edward Deci, Promoting Optimal Motivation for Healthy Living
TA1 – John Greer Clark, Hearing Unspoken Words: A Gateway to Trust
TA2 – Erin Picou, CSI Audiology: Investigating Television Listening for Patients with Hearing Loss
TA3 – Douglas Brungart: Acoustic and Non Acoustic Factors Influencing Speech Intelligibility
TA4 – Kathy Pichora Fuller; The Framework for Understanding Effortful Listening (FUEL)
TA5 – Steve Aiken; In Search of Hidden Hearing Loss Evidence and Diagnosis
TA6 – Amyn Amlani; Are Direct to Consumer Devices a Threat to Traditional Hearing Aids?
TP1 – Joseph Montano; Narratives in Patient Centered Audiologic Care
TP2 – Harvey Abrams; The Relationship Between Hearing Loss and Chronic Health Conditions
TP3 – Jill Firszt; Update on Asymmetric and Unilateral Hearing Loss Studies:
TP4 – Nicole Marrone; The Community -Engaged Audiologist: Expanding Our Reach
TP5 – Devin McCaslin; The Association Between Hearing Loss and Vestibular Disorders-part 1, part 2
TP6 – Harvey Abrams; Computer Based Auditory Training: It’s Convenient and Affordable
FP1 – Erin Picou; The Potential Benefits and Limitations of Hearing Aid Microphone Technologies
FP2 – Susan Small; Infant Assessment Using the Auditory Brainstem Response and Auditory
FP3 – Samantha Lewis; Auditory Considerations for Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis
FP4 – Podium Sessions
FP5 – Nicole Marrone; Group Audiologic Rehabilitation for Adults with Hearing Loss
FP6 – Josh Alexander; Nonlinear Frequency Compression
FP7 – Podium Session
FP8 – Amyn Amlani: Factors Disrupting Uptake of Audiological Services and Technology
FP9 – Michael Chrostowksi; Treating Tinnitus: Where Do We Stand?
SA1 – Sheila Moodie; Family – Centred Early Intervention: Supporting a Call to Action
SA2 – Larry Roberts; The Neuroscience of Tinnitus From Cochlea to Brain
SA3 – Nicholas Reed; Direct to Consumer Amplification Products and Hearing Aids
SA4 – Ryan McCreery; Raising the Bar for Children Who Wear Hearing Aids