Cochlear Implant Training Workshops
The 2013 Advanced Cochlear Implant Workshop
Who should go?
Experienced clinicians looking for detailed knowledge and expert advice for managing difficult patients, including those with cochlear abnormalities, programming problems or issues requiring individual or specialised management, rehabilitation and evaluation.
ASA Endorsed Activity CPD13 006 (33 CPD points)
20% Discount for ASA members: $1200 (gst inclusive).
Please note that the surgical component of this workshop is no longer available.
22-25 July 2013.
- Working with infants and young children with CIs;
- Managing implantees with residual hearing;
- CI mapping techniques and issues;
- Working with clients who have additional disabilities; and
- Difficult Case Studies.
To attend please download and fill out the registration form. The registration form can be downloaded here
Workshops are held at:
HEARing CRC Head Office
550 Swanston Street
Audiology, Hearing and Speech Sciences
The University of Melbourne
The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital
32 Gisborne Street
To deliver Cochlear Implant Training Workshops. the HEARing CRC works closely with:
- Cochlear Ltd
- The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital - Cochlear Implant Clinic; and
- The University of Melbourne
Workshops are delivered through a coordinated, mixed-format program that includes:
- small group discussions
- case studies
- hands-on sessions
Sessions utilise the University of Melbourne, Department of Otolaryngology’s state-of-the-art teaching and audiovisual facilities. An extensive reference manual is provided for the course as well as a certificate of attendance, contact information for other attendees and a photo of the workshop group.
Session leaders are drawn from HEARing CRC members, representing a broad cross-section of expertise. All session presenters are highly experienced in their respective fields in working with cochlear implant users.