Academy Research Conference (ARC)
Advances in Amplification
March 27, 2019
Greater Columbus Convention Center
Chair: Todd Ricketts, PhD
Hearing aids are the cornerstone in the management of patients with hearing impairment across the lifespan. Properly fit hearing aids improve audibility and, in the context of a (re)habilitation, improve quality of life for individuals living with hearing loss. Extraordinary technical advances have been made in hearing aids over the past decade with many more on the near horizon. Additionally, recent legislative decisions regarding hearing aid distribution and regulatory procedures will impact the hearing health landscape in the coming years. This conference will focus on the latest advances in the selection and fitting of hearing aids as well as evidence-based research as it relates to best practices and improvement in quality of life for all individuals living with hearing loss.
Lunch sposnored in part by Phonak.
Hearing Loss in the Third Era of Public Health – From Epidemiology to Public Policy
Frank Lin, MD, PhD
Real World Hearing Aid Benefits Are More Apparent in Real Time: Ecological Momentary Assessment
Yu-Hsiang Wu, PhD
The Prospects of OTC, Hearables, Wearables and Potentially Disruptive Technologies in the Future of Hearing Health Care
Brent Edwards, PhD
Can Hearing Aids Change the Way Adults Respond Emotionally to Sounds?
Erin Picou, AuD, PhD
Nothing Stays Still: Physical and Attentional Movement as Essential Components of Listening and of Future Hearing Aids
Graham Naylor, PhD
A Novel Treatments for Hyperacusis: Overcoming the Limits of Traditional Hearing Aids
David Eddins, PhD
Expert Q&A Panel Discussion
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