We thank all our World Class Presenters for presenting at the 2019 CAA Conference. Please see below for the presentations from our Speakers.
Note: Presentations have been posted if speakers consented. Added more presentations – Dec. 11.
We hope to see you next year in Ottawa, ON – Wed Oct 14 – Sat Oct 17, 2020!
Monday 28 October 2019
8:45 am to 10:10 am
- KEYNOTE: Applying the Behaviour Change Wheel to Designing and Evaluating Interventions to Help Clinicians Help Patients – Susan Michie
10:30 am to 11:25 am
- Influence of Auditory Experience on the Outcomes of Children with Hearing Aids; Auditory access matters – Elizabeth Walker, Ph.D.
- Hidden Hearing Loss & Brain Changes from Ototoxic Drugs – Richard Salvi
- Persistent Postural Perceptual-Dizziness – now and in the future – Dr. Neil Shepard
11:30 am to 12:25 pm
- Tinnitus in Children and Teens – Gail Whitelaw, Ph.D.
- Musical Training for Adults Enhances Speech in Noise Perception: Clinical implications for audiology – Dr. Shannon MacLean
- Age Related Hearing Loss And Social Isolation: A threat to well being and longevity – Barbara Weinstein
2:15 pm to 3:10 pm
- Quantifying the Fatigue Factor: Listening-related fatigue in adults and children with hearing loss – Ben Hornsby
- Bone Conduction Hearing Devices: Practice and pitfalls from a Canadian implant centre – Justyn Pisa
- Promoting Healthy Social and Emotional Development in Your Pediatric Patients – Louise Montoya
3:15 pm to 4:10 pm
- Remote Microphone Systems for Preschool-Age Children Who Are Hard of Hearing: Access, utilization and impact on language acquisition – Elizabeth Walker, Ph.D.
- Electroacoustic and Behavioural Assessment of Hearing Aids and PSAPs – Vijay Parsa, Ph.D.
- Audiological and Cognitive-Linguistic Manifestations in Rheumatic Disease – Dr. Susan Dillmuth-Miller
Tuesday 29 October 2019
8:45 am to 9:45 am
- Plenary Presentation: Trends Shaping the Future of Audiology and Hearing Technology: Brent Edwards, Ph.D.
2:00 pm to 2:55 pm
- Podium 1: Audiological Counselling Practices and Tools for Clinician Training
- Podium 2: Implementation: Use of Assessments and Signals to assess ‘real-world’ audiology function
- Podium 3: Bone Conduction Devices, Vestibular Dysfunction and Hidden Hearing Loss
3:15 pm to 4:10 pm
- Examining Infant Hearing Healthcare in Canada – Marlene Bagatto,
- The Multi-faceted Complexity of Speech in Noise Understanding: Diagnostic, cognitive, and clinical implications – Brent Edwards, Ph.D.
- Successful hearing aid use in adults: How theory can help us understand and change behaviour – Susan Michie
4:15 pm to 5:10 pm
- Evidence that Older Adults Can Appropriately Select and Fit Their Own Hearing Aids – Larry Humes
- Infant Speech Perception Informing Clinical Practice – Kristin Uhler, Ph.D.
- The Tinnitus Retraining Therapy Trial: Questions answered, questions raised – Sue Erdman
Wednesday 30 October 2019
10:15 am to 11:10 am
- Five Things I Wished All Audiologists Knew about Internet Marketing – Dr. Paul Dybala
- Early Intervention of Adult-Onset Hearing Loss through Amplification of Mild Sensorineural Hearing Loss – Carole E. Johnson
- Five Stories: True, contemporary adventures in Otologic implantation – David P. Morris
11:15 am to 12:10 pm
- Unilateral hearing loss in children: Characteristics, clinical management, and outcomes – Elizabeth Fitzpatrick
- Can Audiologists Use Behavior Change Models and Approaches to Improve Patient Care – Samantha Lewis
- Hearing Aid Technologies: Optimizing the listening experience of individuals with hearing loss – Todd A. Ricketts
Please check your email for your conference receipt. It was sent to you when you registered.
Use the CEU tracking form that was included in your Conference delegate bag to keep track of the sessions you attended. Complete the Certificate of Attendance form that was emailed to you. Print the email as well as proof of attendance.
It is your responsibility to keep the completed tracking form, the completed Certificate of Attendance, email of proof of your attendance, and your conference payment receipt for 5 years. 1 hr = 1 CEU credit.
Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners of Ontario
Use the CAA CEU tracking form and follow steps above.
International Hearing Society (IHS) CE credits
Each session will include a sign in sheet for CE Credits IHS. Complete the sign in sheet for each session you attend. Also complete sign in sheet at Registration desk – once. Credit receipts will be emailed to you within 2 months of the Conference.
American Academy of Audiology (AAA)
The program is worth a maximum of 1.40 CEUs. You can track the sessions using the CAA tracking sheet, most sessions are worth .75 CEUs. You must have also completed the online survey for each session you attended.