The National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA) has posted a reminder on its website not to miss out on its upcoming annual conference: a virtual three-day event packed with educational workshops, presentations, posters, virtual exhibits, and networking sessions – both live and on-demand.

Program Highlights:

Thursday, February 10

  • In-depth workshops
  • Hot topic roundtables
  • Opening networking session

Friday, February 11

  • Keynote address: Dr Peter Scheifele, Executive Director of FetchLab
  • Live presentations
  • Safe-in-Sound Award
  • Networking with sponsors

Saturday, February 12

  • Threadgill and Media Award presentations
  • Live presentations
  • Luncheon speaker: astronaut Michael Barrett, NASA
  • Introduction to on-demand paper presentations and posters

Following the conference, recorded educational sessions will be available for a limited time to all conference registrants. With the live and recorded sessions, you will have access to 15-20 CEUs from AAA and ASHA. You receive all of this value for about half the price of “traditional” in-person conference registration. Register by February 4, 2022 to avoid late fees.

NHCA is a group of passionate hearing conservationists willing to share their expertise in the quest for the prevention of hearing loss.  Professionally we are hearing conservationists, audiologists, physicians, industrial hygienists, safety specialists, engineers, scientists, occupational health nurses, educators, equipment manufacturers, attorneys, and others, working in private, public, educational, and military sectors.  NHCA is active in hearing-loss prevention and work with a vision and mission described as follows: To prevent hearing loss and other auditory disorders due to noise and secondary environmental factors in all sectors of society.

Source: NHCA

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