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Current Developments and New Directions in Pediatric Audiology

6th European Pediatric Conference 2019

Date: May 16 – 18, 2019    
Location: Munich, Germany
   

Event Materials

Session I: New Protocols and State of the Art in Hearing Aid Fitting

Topic 1

Presentation: Unilateral Hearing Loss in Children: New Directions in Management

Anne Marie Tharpe (USA)

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Topic 2

Presentation: Potential Benefits of CROS Systems in Classrooms

Erin Picou (USA)

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Topic 3

Presentation: UHL-Case Studies: Special Considerations for the Validation of the Hearing Aid Benefit

Thomas Wiesner (GER)

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Session II - Hearing Technologies

Topic 1

Presentation: Progress and Development in Verification of Hearing Aids for Children – Implementation and Impact of ANSI on RECD in Comparison of Current Measurement Equipment

Monika Baumann (GER)

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Topic 2

Presentation: Noise Technologies: What Do Kids Need and What Do They Want?

Sara Neumann (USA)

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Session III: Beyond Audibility

Topic 1

Presentation: Complex Listening in Children with Hearing Loss: Effects of Auditory Access, Language, and Cognitive Abilities

Elizabeth Walker (USA)

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Topic 2

Presentation: Complex Listening in Children with Hearing Loss: Effects of Auditory Access, Language, and Cognitive Abilities

Michael Harrison (AUS)

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Session IV: Future Directions

Topic 1

Presentation: How to Use E-Technologies for Progress in Better Hearing

Michael Boretzki (CHE)

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Topic 2

Presentation: Teleaudiology and Teenagers: A New Approach to an Old Problem?

Gwen Carr (GBR)

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Round Table

Video: Moderator: Michael Boretzki

Participants: Gwen Carr (GBR), Jean Anne Schnittker (USA), Ben Williges (GER), Michael Harrison (AUS)

Session V: The Role of Personal Technology

Topic 1

Presentation: Home-Use of Roger Technology by Children with Hearing Loss

Carlos Benitez-Barrera (USA)

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Topic 2

Presentation: Individual Verification and Evaluation of Wireless Remote Microphone Systems

Hendrik Husstedt (GER)

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Topic 3

Presentation: Selection and Use of an FM System/Soundfield/Pass-Around in Kindergartens and Schools – Pedagogical Considerations

Kristin Tiede (GER)

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Round Table

Presentation: Two case studies

Kristin Tiede (GER) & Holger Mahlke (GER)

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Session VI: Putting Families First

Topic 1

Presentation: Implementing Family-Centred Care in Early Intervention for Children with Hearing Loss: Engaging Parents with a Question Prompt List (QPL)

Keiran Joseph (GBR)

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Topic 2

Presentation: A School Concept – from Signing to Inclusion

Johannes Eitner (GER)

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Topic 3

Presentation: Empowerment: Empowering Hearing-Impaired Children and Young People as a Prerequisite for a Successful Way of Life

Oliver Rien (GER)

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Session VII: Acoustic and Electrical Devices

Topic 1

Presentation: Indication and Verification of Hearing Implants (Bone-Conduction Implants) for Conductive and Mixed Hearing Loss

Ad Snik (NLD)

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Topic 2

Presentation: Bimodal Hearing: Technological Advancements and Patient Benefits

Andreas Büchner (GER)

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Topic 3

Presentation: Challenges and Efforts in Pediatric CI Therapy – Experiences from Only 30 Years

Anke Lesinski-Schiedat (GER)

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