HearWorld Healthcare Summit 2023 welcomes private practice owners and team members to provide opportunities for growth
Hearing experts from all around the world are set to gather for the upcoming HearWorld Live 2023 event. The event, which will be held on May 11-12, is expected to bring together leading audiologists, researchers, and hearing care professionals to discuss the latest advancements and challenges in the field.
One of the key highlights of the event is the series of keynote speeches from industry leaders, which will explore various topics such as advances in technology, best practices in patient care, and the impact of hearing loss on mental health.
Another important aspect of HearWorld Live 2023 is the breakout sessions, which will provide attendees with the opportunity to participate in interactive discussions and workshops on a wide range of subjects, including the latest research on tinnitus, the use of hearing aids in pediatric patients, and the role of hearing care professionals in promoting hearing health.
Participants can also take advantage of the virtual exhibit hall, where they can explore the latest products and services from leading hearing aid manufacturers and other hearing care organizations.
According to the event organizers, HearWorld Live 2023 aims to provide a platform for hearing experts from around the world to come together to share their knowledge, experiences, and ideas. It is hoped that this collaboration will lead to new breakthroughs in the field of hearing care and ultimately benefit patients who suffer from hearing loss.
With the event being held virtually, audiologists and other hearing care professionals from around the world can participate in the event.
Registration for HearWorld Live 2023 is now open, and interested participants can visit the event’s website for more information on how to register and take part in the upcoming event.
With the growing recognition that better hearing promotes more durable health and happiness, I do look forward to further progress with live music – both in hearing aid technology and in the professional development of audiologists. Bluetooth has its place of course, but someone has to look into its vexing tendency to wobble the pitch of complex music, like an old cassette. Happens with BT loudspeakers too, I am told, caused by the A2DP codec. Let’s hope the more recent codecs up for a mention at Hearworld are better!
Bluetooth is the killer! With 7 db of extra gain to crank the system going, we are getting more sensory losses with blue tooth use. The industry continues its killing……