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Grand Rounds: Pediatric Audiology - Exploring the Uniqueness of Every Child to Achieve Best Outcomes, in partnership with Phoenix Children’s Hospital
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Presented by Allie Sayer, AuD, CCC-A, Alissa Nickerson, AuD, CCC-A, Ashley Geske, AuD, CCC-A, Deborah Flynn, AuD, CCC-A, Lynn Eyde, AuD, CCC-A, Maddie McNamee, AuD, CCC-A, Wendy Steuerwald, AuD, CCC-A
Recorded Webinar
Course: #39146Level: Introductory1.5 Hours
This pediatric grand rounds presentation presents the unique characteristics of six pediatric patients with hearing loss. Out of the box thinking and collaboration are tools used to achieve best outcomes.

Innovations and Clinical Tools with AI from the National Acoustic Laboratories
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Presented by Jessica Monaghan, PhD, Vicky Zhang, PhD, Matt Croteau, MS
Recorded Webinar
Course: #39148Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
This course delves into the challenges of identifying hearing loss in young children and introduces an artificial intelligence (AI)-based method for distinguishing speech characteristics in children with and without hearing loss, potentially enhancing screening effectiveness. Additionally, it explores the validation of AI methods to enhance speech intelligibility assessment in children. Furthermore, NALguide, a user-friendly tool from the National Acoustic Laboratories, simplifies the understanding of hearing aid features, making it accessible to both clinicians and patients and promoting informed discussions about hearing aid technologies.

Professional Development in Audiology: From Observation to Mentorship
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Presented by Ashley Hughes, AuD, Lori Zitelli, AuD
Live WebinarFri, Dec 8, 2023 at 3:00 pm EST
Course: #39181Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course provides attendees with various tools and resources that can be applied to clinical instruction and professional development in the audiology profession.

Single-Sided Deafness: Diagnosis and Treatment
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Presented by Susan Arndt, MD, Iva Katharina Speck, MD
Live WebinarWed, Dec 13, 2023 at 12:00 pm EST
Course: #39209Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course introduces the challenges that patients with single-sided deafness face and details diagnostic work-up, treatment options, and long-term outcomes after treatment with cochlear implants. Furthermore, current research on neural activation and its effect on the treatment of subjects with single-sided deafness is discussed.

Tinnitus Patient Education at Every Level
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Presented by Tricia Scaglione, AuD, Brianna Kuzbyt, AuD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #39123Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Educating patients on their tinnitus and how to manage it is a critical component of a comprehensive tinnitus treatment plan. This webinar reviews key components of an effective tinnitus education protocol, from the basics to advanced care and everything in between.

Noise-Induced Hearing Disorders: Hidden and Not-So-Hidden Injuries, in partnership with American Auditory Society
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Presented by Colleen Le Prell, PhD
Live WebinarFri, Dec 15, 2023 at 3:00 pm EST
Course: #39210Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course reviews patterns of noise-induced cell death, changes in sound evoked hair cell and neuron response, and functional deficits, including both threshold shift and deficits “beyond the audiogram.” As investigational inner ear medicines enter clinical testing for possible prevention of cochlear injury or cochlear regeneration indications, reliable diagnostic metrics for specific cell and nerve injuries are becoming increasingly important.

Educational Considerations for the Clinical Audiologist, in partnership with Educational Audiology Association
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Presented by Monica Gallien, AuD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #39110Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Although many clinical audiologists have never worked in an educational environment, they are an essential component to the classroom success of many children who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing. This course works to dispel misconceptions regarding special education law and classroom-specific listening needs for these children, as well as highlight opportunities for communication and collaboration between the audiologic clinic and schools.

Audiovisual Speech Enhancement: Effects of Development and Hearing Loss, in partnership with American Auditory Society
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Presented by Kaylah Lalonde, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #39105Level: Advanced1 Hour
This course describes recent research investigating how visual speech cues help children with typical hearing and children who are hard of hearing to compensate for degraded speech acoustics, such as noisy backgrounds and hearing loss. Information will include a description of the mechanisms that underlie the benefit from visual speech, as well as recent findings regarding how the benefit changes with age and how the benefit differs between children with typical hearing and children who are hard of hearing.

20Q: Speech in Noise Testing - Too Useful to be Ignored!
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Presented by H. Gustav Mueller, PhD, Todd Ricketts, PhD, Benjamin W. Y. Hornsby, PhD
Course: #39108Level: Intermediate5 Hours
This course reviews how speech-in-noise (SIN) testing can be routinely used in the clinical setting, both for identifying functional capabilities, and for the selection and fitting of hearing aids. Specific attention is given to the QuickSIN test, describing applications, clinical protocols and test interpretation. Step-by-step guidelines and case studies are provided.

Measuring Tinnitus in a New Way: Listening Effort and Affective Processing, presented in partnership with AVAA
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Presented by Nicholas Giuliani, AuD, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #39074Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will begin with a discussion about how listening effort and affective processing may fit into the Cognitive Behavioral Model of Tinnitus Distress. The course will end with some clinical suggestions for verifying tinnitus sound generators, which can be used to help reduce tinnitus distress.

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