2020 NJAHHP Virtual Hearing Conference


Thank you to all who participated in our Continuing Ed Conference on December 4, 2020.  With continuing safety concerns, our Education Committee converted to a virtual one-day program that featured inspiring keynote addresses, and information on latest technologies from manufacturers. This will help hearing healthcare professionals meet the CE requirements for board certification and license renewals by NJ's 12/31/2020 deadline. We also facilitated online networking and closed with a happy hour toast!

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Agenda

Welcome - 8am  (Login at 7:45 to get situated, say hello and get ready for a great day!)

John Berry, M.S.
The acoustic evaluation of frequency balance words at the ear drum and their use in fitting Hearing Aids.

Presentation pdf

Coffee break / networking/yoga desk stretching

Breakout #1
Signia, Widex and Sprint CapTel will host groups of attendees in 3 different rooms

Paul Wichansky, PhD, MS, BS
Access to Success: Seizing Opportunities in a New Aural World

Lunch break / networking
Exhibitor presentations: Signia, Widex and Sprint CapTel

Meredith Holcomb, AuD, CCC-A
Cochlear Implants in 2020: Candidacy, Technology, and Outcomes

Presentation pdf

Breakout #2
Signia, Widex and Sprint CapTel will host groups of attendees in 3 different rooms

Breakout #3
Signia, Widex and Sprint CapTel will host groups of attendees in 3 different rooms

Patrick S. Kochanowski, ACA, BC-HIS
IHS Governor, Central East Coast Territory
Updates and resources from IHS

Happy hour toast / networking

The NJ Association of Hearing Health Professionals (NJAHHP) is approved by the International Hearing Society to offer continuing education for this course. This course CEN-696-20 is approved for up to 7 credit(s) of continuing education (1 CE Credit = 1 contact hour). IHS approval of this course is based on the course’s adherence to IHS’s course approval requirements only and does not imply endorsement of the course content, specific products, clinical procedure, instructor or adherence to the IHS Code of Ethics. Any views that are presented are those of the presenter/Education Provider and not necessarily of the International Hearing Society.

 

 

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