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CEUs: 0.1 AAA

Duration: 60 minutes

Instructional Level: Beginner

Program Focus: Knowledge

Description:

In the rapidly evolving landscape of hearing healthcare, emerging research highlights significant correlations between hearing loss, tinnitus, and consequential changes in both the physiology of the brain and cognitive function. Thus, hearing health-care providers play a pivotal role in holistic patient assessment, including the impact that hearing loss may have on cognition. This one-hour course delves into crucial considerations for integrating cognitive performance into the evaluation of adult patients.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Define the underlying changes in cognition associated with hearing loss.
2. Analyze options for incorporating cognitive screenings into their practice.
3. Identify signs of cognitive issues in patients and understand the considerations for referrals.

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Details

Date:
June 5
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Venue

Virtual

CEUs: 0.1 AAA

Duration: 60 minutes

Instructional Level: Beginner

Program Focus: Knowledge

Description:

In the rapidly evolving landscape of hearing healthcare, emerging research highlights significant correlations between hearing loss, tinnitus, and consequential changes in both the physiology of the brain and cognitive function. Thus, hearing health-care providers play a pivotal role in holistic patient assessment, including the impact that hearing loss may have on cognition. This one-hour course delves into crucial considerations for integrating cognitive performance into the evaluation of adult patients.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Define the underlying changes in cognition associated with hearing loss.
2. Analyze options for incorporating cognitive screenings into their practice.
3. Identify signs of cognitive issues in patients and understand the considerations for referrals.

Register Now