16-17, Audina Hearing Instruments Seminar, Orlando, FL. Educational opportunity, CEUs/credits can be earned. Contact: Billie Howell, (800) 223-7700. Email: [email protected]
20, Refresher Seminar in Audiometry and Hearing Conservation; 21-23, Training Course in Audiometry and Hearing Conservation, Chicago/Woodfield area, IL. Contact: Mary, Acoustic Associates, Ltd., (847) 359-1068; www.acoustic-assoc.com.
21-23, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Clearwater/St. Petersburg, FL. Contact: Richard E. Gans, PhD, (800) 245-6442; www.dizzy.com. Email: [email protected]
22-24, 26th Annual Conference of the National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA), Sheraton Imperial, Raleigh-Durham, NC. Contact: NHCA, (303) 224-9022, fax: (303) 770-1812; email: [email protected]
23-24, Winter Conference by the Beach, Clearwater, FL. Conference on reimbursement, financial planning, repairs, modifications, ALDS, and hearing aid selection and fitting. Contact: Morton Plant Mease Health Care, (727) 461-8700.
1-2, Univ. of Florida Workshop on Assessment and Management of Auditory Processing Disorders, Clearwater, FL. Repeated: Sept. 14-15. Contact: Jay Hall III, (352) 392-9483. Email: [email protected]
1-3, 2001 Mid-Atlantic Hearing Expo, Hunt Valley, MD. Contact: Bob Stewart, (717) 233-6844.
1-3, Advanced Institute: Video-Oculography (VOG), Clearwater/St. Petersburg, FL. Contact: Richard E. Gans, PhD, (800) 245-6442; www.dizzy.com. Email: [email protected]
8-10, 2001 Tri-State Hearing Convention, Bellevue DoubleTree Hotel, Bellevue, WA. Contact: Patsy Lenhard, (509) 452-1118.
12, Auditory Neuropathy: Professional and Family Challenges, Providence, RI. Contact: RI Hearing Assessment Program, (401) 274-1122 ext. 1836; fax: (401) 276-7813.
15-17, American Auditory Soc. Scientific and Technology Meeting, Scottsdale, AZ. Contact: Wayne J. Staab, (602) 789-0755. Email: [email protected]
22-25, New Frontiers in the Amelioration of Hearing Loss, Sheraton Clayton Plaza & Central Institute for the Deaf, St. Louis. Contact: Sarah Uffman, CID Dept. of Research, (314) 977-0278; fax: (314) 977-0030; email: www.cid.wustl.edu.
24, Audina Hearing Instruments Seminar, Roanoke, VA. Educational opportunity, CEUs/credits can be earned. Contact: Billie Howell, (800) 223-7700. Email: [email protected]
25-27, 22nd Northeastern Conference of Hearing Health Professionals Regional Continuing Education Seminar, Caesar’s Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City, NJ. A pre-convention program is offered on March 24th. Contact: Paul Kenney, (908) 722-7202.
29-31, Nebraska Hearing Soc. Educational Seminar, Lincoln, NE. Contact: Ray Rosenow, (402) 475-1831.
29-31, New Development in the Practice of Modern Clinical Audiology, Kresge Hearing Research Laboratory, New Orleans. Speakers include Charles Berlin, PhD, and Linda Hood, PhD. Contact: Kresge Hearing Research Institute, (504) 568-4785.
29-April 1, NYS Speech-Language-Hearing Assn., Inc., 2001 Annual Convention, Hilton Rye Town, Rye Brook, NY. Contact: (800) 697-7542; email: [email protected]
30-31, North Dakota Hearing Aid Society Annual Meeting. Contact: Terri Qual, (701) 252-0700.
30-31, Kansas Hearing Aid Assn. Meeting, Ramada Inn and Tower, Topeka, KS. Contact: M. Day Kaufmann, (785) 266-4833.
31, Ohio Hearing Aid Society Meeting, Mansfield, OH. Contact: Blair Schwartz, (419) 747-9171.
6, American Tinnitus Assn. Public Forum, San Diego, CA. Contact: ATA (800) 634-8978.
9, Refresher Seminar in Audiometry and Hearing Conservation; 10-12, Training Course in Audiometry and Hearing Conservation, Chicago/Woodfield area, IL. Contact: Mary, Acoustic Associates, Ltd., (847) 359-1068; (800) 349-2208.