Releases | Associations | New Jersey Academy of Audiology's 4th Annual Meeting to Focus on Tinnitus Diagnosis and Treatment, Including Benefit of Patient Support Groups New Jersey Academy of Audiology's 4th Annual Meeting to Focus on Tinnitus Diagnosis and Treatment, Including Benefit of Patient Support Groups September 27, 2012 Print Event Being Held Friday, October 26, 2012, at Montclair State University. Bloomfield, NJ, Sept. 21 - The New Jersey Academy of Audiology's (NJAA) fourth annual meeting, entitled "The Latest Buzz on Tinnitus," will offer the latest perspectives on assessment, treatment, and patient management strategies, including self-help groups, that can be utilized for patients with pulsatile and tonal tinnitus, announced, Janet Koehnke, Ph.D., president of NJAA. Featured speakers for the event, being held Friday, October 26, 2012, at Montclair State University, will include Sharon Sandridge, Ph.D., Director of Audiology Clinical Services and Co-director of the Tinnitus Management Clinic and Audiology Research Lab, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, Anil Lalwani, MD, Director of Otology and Neurology, and Columbia Cochlear Implant Program, University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Depart of Otolaryngology, New York, NY, and Dhyan Cassie, Au.D., Coordinator of Tinnitus/Hyperacusis Clinic at ENT Associates, Haddonfield, N.J., and Board Member of the American Tinnitus Association. "In addition to receiving valuable insights on the types, causes, diagnosis, treatment, and outcome measurements for tinnitus, attendees will learn about the benefits of patient participation in self-help groups, as well as how to develop, facilitate and maintain a support group in their practice," noted Dr. Koehnke. Beyond the speakers, the event will include audiology student poster presentations and product exhibits. The address for NJAA's Fourth Annual Meeting is Montclair State University, 1515 Broad Street - Building B, Bloomfield, NJ 07003. Those interested in registering and obtaining more information on this event are encouraged to e-mail: njaudiology.org or call Maris Appelbaum, NJAA's Vice President for Continuing Education, at 973-655-7076. The New Jersey Academy of Audiology is a non-profit, professional society whose members include licensed audiologists and other allied professionals who provide services in New Jersey.