But first… coffee. There’s a coffee station available in the expo hall, provided by Sonic, near booth #1609.
If you didn’t have time to make your way over yesterday, bring your coffee to the Professional Headshot Studio, which will be open today until 12:00 pm. Take your place in line, sign-in with your name and email, and then prepare to dazzle with your best smile.
Starting at 10:15 am, the Marion Downs Lecture in Pediatric Audiology will feature a presentation from Arie Nettles, PhD, on Bias, Equity, and Early Childhood Development. Unconscious biases are mental associations without intent, control, or awareness. By focusing on developing a conscious awareness, we can reassess the way we behave, and make equitable decisions for young stakeholders.
Sponsored by Oticon Foundation.
Last Call in the Hall…
…for HearTECH Hub education. There’s only five HearTECH Hub sessions left to see this morning and afternoon. Take advantage of the new hub and get there early to grab a good seat! Review the sessions below and visit our Online Conference Planner for more.
|9:10–9:40 am||Exceeding Expectations: Setting the New Standard for Natural Sound|
|9:50–10:20 am||In an Ever-Changing Industry, Signia Delivers|
|10:30–10:45 am||Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Hearing Aids to Improve Sound Quality and Speech Intelligibility in Challenging Listening Environments|
|11:15 am–12:15 pm||The Relationship Between Hearing Loss and Physical Activity: A Systematic Review of the Literature|
|12:30 pm–1:30 pm||Getting Paid for What You Do|
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