Two 4-day workshops and one daylong workshop have been scheduled this summer at Salus University in Elkins Park, Pa. The workshops will provide an update on a specific topic of study, review clinical implications, and offer hands-on training using new tools and techniques. Each workshop will be taught by a Salus faculty member who is distinguished in their field.
AAA and ASHA continuing education credits will be offered pending approval. Workshops are open to current audiology practitioners, educators, and clinicians. Registration is required and there is a fee to participate.
The Diagnosis and Management of External and Middle Ear Function workshop will be take place from July 22-25, led by James Hall III, PhD, and Lisa L. Hunter, PhD. Dr Hall is an adjunct professor of audiology at Salus University. He has been interviewed and published in Hearing Review, as well as in many medical journals for his work and research in audiology and speech pathology. Dr Hunter is the scientific director of research, Division of Audiology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, and is a professor of otolaryngology and communication sciences and disorders at the University of Cincinnati. She has more than 25 years of experience in pediatric clinical, research, and teaching, and has authored a variety of published articles, chapters and books.
The second 4- day workshop, Technology and Clinical Best Practices for 2017, will take place from July 27-30, led by George Lindley, PhD, and Jason Galster, PhD. Dr Lindley is a professor of audiology and interim assistant dean at Salus University. He also currently is an owner of East Penn Hearing Center, where he works as an audiologist. Dr Galster is a senior manager of audiology research at Starkey Hearing and an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University in Florida. He is a renowned researcher and has been published in numerous books.
In addition to the 4-day workshops, Salus University is also offering a daylong workshop on Cerumen Management on July 25. Participants will learn about the anatomy and physiology of the ear involved with cerumen management, lighting options, specialty tools, post-procedure problems and more. The workshop will offer .65 tier 1 continuing education credits.
Registration is required. For details visit: http://www.salus.edu/summerworkshops