Just a few weeks to go to the NHS 2012 and AHS 2012 Conferences, the two
unique networking and knowledge sharing events covering all components of
hearing care across the lifespan.
The scientific program includes more than 300 contributions at the NHS 2012
and about 140 contributions at the AHS 2012.
Get your registration in!
Details on the program, satellite events, travel information, and
registration are online at www.nhs2012.org or www.ahs2012.org.
See you there!
Deborah Hayes and Alessia Paglialonga are looking forward to welcoming you
at the NHS 2012!
Larry Humes and Alessia Paglialonga are looking forward to welcoming you at
the AHS 2012!
== Satellite Events ==
June 4. 7th Widex Congress of Paediatric Audiology.
June 6. Oticon Paediatric Symposium, Auditory learning and amplification during development.
June 7. EFAS (European Federation of Audiology Societies) General Assembly.
== Keynote Lectures ==
June 5. Ann Geers - Closing the gap: Progress from preschool to elementary
grades and high school in children with early cochlear implantation
June 6. Teresa YC Ching - Predicting Developmental Outcomes of Early- and
Late-Identified Children with Hearing Impairment, Including those with
Special Needs: Findings from a Population Study
June 7. Robert D. Frisina - Neurobiological and genetic bases of age-related
hearing loss: Biotherapeutic implications
June 7. Larry E. Humes - Understanding the speech-understanding problems of
June 8. Judy R. Dubno - Benefits of auditory training for aided listening by
June 8. Adrian Davis - Adult Hearing Screening: Health policy issues
June 8. Theresa Hnath Chisolm - Learning to listen again: The role of
auditory training in the management of hearing loss in adults
June 9. Louise Hickson - Evidence-based practice in audiology: Rehabilitation
options for adults with hearing impairment