A new Audiology Online course is now open for registration: Benefits Afforded by Precurved Electrode Arrays: Speech and Auditory Perception for Adult Cochlear Implant Recipients. This course will discuss recent research completed at Vanderbilt University Medical Center combining audiological assessment, image processing and application of individualized programming aimed at improving outcomes for adult CI recipients.
Presented by Rene Gifford, PhD, CCC-A, Director of the Cochlear Implant Program Professor in the Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences at Vanderbilt University Medical Center
This course is offered for continuing education in partnership with AudiologyOnline. Please visit www.AudiologyOnline.com for details regarding CEUs offered.
After attending this course you’ll be able to:
Limited seats still available – register today to secure your spot!
We are proud to once again sponsor NYU Langone Medical Center’s Maximizing Performance in Cochlear Implant Recipients conference! This annual meeting of industry leaders, hosted by Dr. William Shapiro, offers a unique opportunity to learn, share and network while earning CEUs.
December 8 – 9, 2019
Please register early as space is limited!
This year’s conference will address topics related to routine and special programming issues and methods in pediatric and adult recipients. It will also present new and promising techniques to assist in programming, including objective measures. Special consideration will be given to the programming of bimodal, electro-acoustic and complex case studies. Format will include lectures, roundtable discussions, audience participation, and dedicated time for participants to visit manufacturer technology suites. Special emphasis will be placed on case studies submitted by attendees!
Remember – spots are limited, REGISTER NOW!
Please note there is a $150 registration fee.