2022 Conference Presentations

Wednesday, October 12th, 2022

  • Pre-Conference Sessions B:Improving Cochlear Implant Patient Outcomes: Clinical, Technological, and Scientific Factors, René Gifford: part 1, part 2, part 3
  • Pre-Conference Sessions C: Fundamentals of Vestibular Assessment – From Theory to Practice, Erica Zaia

Thursday, October 13th, 2022

  • Keynote: From Sensing to Hearing, Gershon Dublon

10:30 am to 11:25 am

  • TA1 – From the Booth and Beyond: Vestibular and Balance Function Testing in Children, Sharon Cushing
  • TA2 – When Mild Hearing Loss Is Not Mild: A New Tool for Calculating Unaided Audibility, Sheila Moodie
  • TA3 – The Role of Communication in Hearing Care for Adults, Lorienne Jenstad

11:30 am to 12:25 pm

  • TA4 – Assessment and Management of Functional Hearing Loss in Adults, Gail Whitelaw
  • TA5 – Music and Hearing Aids, Marshall Chasin
  • TA6 – Making Listening Effort Visible in the Lab and in the Clinic, Matthew Winn

2:15 pm to 3:10 pm

  • TP1 – Therapeutic Techniques for Counseling Patients with Hearing Differences, Mike Hoffman
  • TP2 – From Techno Savvy to Tech No-Savvy: A Patient-centered Approach, Leisha Eiten
  • TP3 – Male Talkers and Female Listeners: What Can Speech Responses Tell Us about Hearing?, Steve Aiken

3:15 pm to 4:10 pm

  • TP4 – Family Centred Care – The View from The Client’s Chair, Gael Hannan
  • TP5 – The Intersection of Aging, Hearing, Cognition and Music, Benjamin Zendel
  • TP6 – With Digital Marketing, It All Comes Down To Trust, Paul Dybala

Friday, October 14th, 2022

8:45 am to 9:45 am

  • Plenary: Brain Plasticity Following Hearing Loss and Restoration with Cochlear Implant, Stephen G. Lomber

3:15 pm to 4:10 pm

  • FP4 – Technologies and Techniques for Hearing Aid Fittings that Handle Bass to Treble, Susan Scollie
  • FP5 – Hearing Aids to Cochlear Implants – A Potpurri of Interesting Clinical Cases, Vincent Lin
  • FP6 – Incorporating Audiology into Diabetes Management, Andreas Seelisch

4:15 pm to 5:10 pm

  • FP7 – How the Brain Adapts to Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids, Stephen G. Lomber
  • FP8 – Advanced Considerations for Pediatric Hearing Aid Fitting, Ryan McCreery
  • FP9 – Vestibular disorders for the non-vestibular audiologist, Erica Zaia

Saturday, October 15th, 2022

9:00 am to 10:00 am

  • Panel Presentation – Is Mild Significant? What Do I Do Now?
    • Leisha Eiten
    • Ryan McCreery
    • Susan Scollie

10:15 am to 11:10 am

  • SA1 – Meeting the Needs of Children who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing: The Educational and Clinical Audiology Connection, Carrie Spangler
  • SA2 – Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids: An Update, Steve Armstrong
  • SA3 – Helping Your Tinnitus Patients, Richard Tyler

11:15 am to 12:10 pm

  • SA4 – What Parents Want from Their Audiologist: Opportunities for Self-Determination, Dave Gordey
  • SA5 – Psychological Factors that Influence Hearing Rehabilitation, Gurjit Singh
  • SA6 – Teleaudiology: Optimizing the Audiologist’s Scope of Practice Through Remote Care, Trevor Menchenton


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