Educational sessions at AAA 2024+HearTECH Expo are designed to provide attendees with a range of opportunities to learn best practices and up-to-date trends and strategies that focus on elevating patient care through evidence-based practice as well as scientific enrichment, career development, and professional networking.

Below, you will find information about Featured Sessions and Grand Round presentations, Discussion Forums, a New! Professional Development Series, as well as Wednesday-only Learning Labs, and more.

Earn up to 3.25 CEUs...All sessions below include CEUs, except the Student Academy of Audiology Conference.


AAA Conference 2023

Conference Planner

Use the conference planner as your go-to resource before and during the conference…with dates, times, presenters, session descriptions, activities and more. Make sure you bookmark the sessions and events of most interest to you to create your own schedule!

Learning Labs ($)

Wednesday-only, in-depth, cutting-edge information on hot topic areas designed to be interactive, these 3.5 hour learning labs will offer you hands-on exercises with appropriate clinical practices.

Presented by leaders in the field of audiology and/or associated professions, these sessions are offered at an additional cost of $100 to your conference registration ($150 for non-members). Seating is limited and is first-come, first-serve, so be sure to secure your spot as soon as registration opens on November 7 for Academy members. All Learning Labs SOLD OUT in 2023, so don’t delay!

Featured Sessions and Grand Rounds

These 90-minute sessions are a popular staple of the AAA Annual Conference and focus on contemporary topics presented by leaders in the field of audiology, hearing science, and related professional areas. The Program Committee invites presenters for these sessions based on their expertise in given topic areas.

Grand Rounds

Adult Diagnostics

Thursday, April 18, 8:15–9:45 am

Moderated by Jodi Baxter, AuD

Four presenters from a variety of settings will present case studies focused on interesting adult diagnostic cases. Presenters will discuss differential diagnosis techniques utilized to arrive at a diagnosis.

Cochlear Implants
Older Adults

Featured Sessions

Learning Modules, Mini Modules, and Research Podiums

Beyond the Booth Series: A Blueprint for Career Growth and Leadership Development

Advancing Research in Audiology: A Collaborative Session

Discussion Forums

ReSound Nexia: An Interactive Introduction

Starkey Symposium
Innovate, Integrate, Elevate: Excellence in Hearing Health Care

A Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) Workshop:
Current Issues

Clinical Education Forum

Student Academy of Audiology (SAA) Conference ($)