15-16 March 2019
Convenor: Dr Tegan Keogh
Hearing in Noise
An investigation of hearing in noise and how those with and without hearing loss can benefit from multidisciplinary interventions including building planning, public awareness, skills development and understanding of the impact of noise on effective communication.
Through bringing together international and local experts, this seminar will address the most frequently experienced communication difficulty - that is hearing in noisy situations.
Prof David McAlpine, Macquarie University read more here
Prof Nancy Tye-Murray, clEAR, Washington University, St Louis
Dr Brent Spehar, clEAR, Washington University, St Louis
Dr Brent Edwards, NAL
Dr Libby Sander, Bond University
Dr Kiri Mealings, NAL
Tony Whelan, Better Hearing Australia
Stephen Gauld, Associaton of Australasian Acoustical Consultants
How we hear in noise with and without hearing loss
Hearing at work
Classrooms and hearing
Consumer experience of restaurant noise
Rehabilitation for difficulty hearing in noise
Early bird fees offers apply from 1 November 2018 to 31 December 2018.Special pricing for subscribers and full members (including representatives of full members)
All registrations close on 22 February 2018.
Download seminar fees and conditions here
Accommodation - book early
The Mooloolaba Triathlon Festival takes place on 15 - 17 March.
Consider joining the Triathlon and attending the seminar....but make sure you book flights and accommodation EARLY to avoid disappointment.
Mantra Mooloolaba offers seminar delegates 10% off the best available price when booked from their website.
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