A two-day conference hosted by the Texas Academy of Audiology (TAA) with the theme “Audiology at the Crossroads,” will take place November 14-15 in Richardson, Tex, bringing together hundreds of audiologists from both Texas and adjacent states.

Renowned speakers from around the world will concentrate on topics such as: the physiology, pathophysiology and treatment of tinnitus, ethical practices, assistive listening devices, implantable options versus hearing aids, and a diverse range of other issues with reference to the field of audiology. According to the TAA President, Dr. Ross J. Roeser, “This year the Texas Academy of Audiology is offering one of the most outstanding programs ever, with internationally known speakers.  It is one that no audiologist will want to miss."

Featured Speakers are Marion Downs, University of Colorado at Boulder; James Jerger, The University of Texas at Dallas; Aage Moller,  The University of Texas at Dallas; Todd Ricketts,  Vanderbilt University; Craig Newman, Cleveland Clinic; and an array of other notable audiologists.

The Texas Academy of Audiology promotes excellence, ethics, and education statewide. Eight hours of continuing education credits will be available along with two Tier 1 opportunities.
More information and registration for the conference is accessible online at www.texasaudiology.org.

Source: TAA