Workshop Descriptions

audioscan-course

Audioscan Workshop

Join David Smriga, M.A., Senior Audiology Consultant for Audioscan, as he presents on ‘Modern Hearing Instrument Verification: Tools and techniques for delivering improved patient outcomes in an evolving hearing healthcare industry.’

Attendees will gain experience with the Verifit2, a multi-functional verification system that can be used to guide the hearing instrument fitting process. Through presentation and hands-on opportunities, attendees will learn how to fit and verify modern hearing instrument technologies using best practice procedures and develop effective strategies to address common patient concerns with amplification. The information provided can be used by attendees to support their significant role in delivering effective hearing healthcare.

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abr-course

Auditory Evoked Potential (AEP) Workshop

Join Yvonne Sininger, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus - UCLA School of Medicine and David Speidel, M.S. - Director of Audiology Services, Interacoustics for our exclusive Auditory Evoked Potential (AEP) Workshop. Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Identify basic principles of CE-Chirp stimuli effects on cochlear travel times and neural synchrony
  • Identify the key benefits of statistical quality indicators for enhancing clinical analysis of ABR recordings
  • Identify core principles of ASSR methods
  • Identify key ASSR improvements for detection, faster test times and improved operator interface
  • Identify the advantage of Area Ratio Calculation vs Amplitude Ratio

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vestibular-course

Vestibular Workshop

Join Cammy Bahner, Au.D. CCC-A, Director of Clinical Audiology for Micromedical Technologies for our exclusive Vestibular Workshop. Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Prepare the equipment, prepare the patient, calibrate the patient and calibrate the test environment
  • Accurately obtain clinical data needed to diagnosis oculomotor abnormalities and positional abnormalities
  • demonstrate the clinical application of VEMPS
  • Analyze and edit VNG test results
  • Accurately perform a VHIT test

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