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Friday, October 25, 2019

TIME Ventana Ballroom B Ventana Ballroom C
 
Instructional Pre-Conference Sessions
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Train the Trainer Workshop: On Audiology Support Personnel

Girija Sundar
David K. Brown, Ph.D.
James Hall

[Mohave Room, Memorial Union]
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Family Engagement and Empowerment in Humanitarian Missions

Lisa Kovacs
Janet DesGeorges

[Cochise Room, Memorial Union]
A Practical Guide to Humanitarian Missions for Improving Hearing Health (James Saunders)
A Practical Guide to Humanitarian Missions for Improving Hearing Health

James Saunders
Donna Carkeet
Stacie Ray
Debra Fried

[La Paz Room, Memorial Union]
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Operating a Field-Based Earmold Lab (David Pither)
'Operating a Field Based Earmold Lab'

David Pither
[Coor Hall 2255, Coor Hall]
12:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Public Health Planning for Hearing Impairment (Andrew Smith, Diego Santana, and Castellanos)
[Rincon Room, Memorial Union]
12:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Digital Health (Ingrid McBride, et al.)
'Digital Health: implementing telehealth and mHealth'

Ingrid McBride, Robert Margolis
[Cochise Room, Memorial Union]
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Phonak Symposium (no registration fee, sponsored by Phonak)

Phonak Symposium
Building a Hearing Care Program for Children: Technology and Beyond (no registration fee, sponsored by Phonak)


Edie Gibson
Patricia Roush
Janet DesGeorges
Sherri Fickenscher

[Coor Hall 2201, Coor Hall]
1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Objective Assessment of Infant Hearing (Jay Hall)
[Mohave Room, Memorial Union]

Saturday, October 26, 2019

TIME Ventana Ballroom B Ventana Ballroom C
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
Registration, Coffee, and Exhibits
[Ventana Ballroom A]
 
Plenary Session
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Welcome: James Saunders & Jackie Clark
[Ventana Ballroom B]
Invited Speaker: Robert Margolis
'Access to Audiology Services'

Robert Margolis
[Ventana Ballroom B]
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Moderator: Jackie Clark
[Ventana Ballroom B]
Auditory Intervention after Auditory Deprivation: A Single Case Research Study with Nicaraguan Children who are Hard of Hearing
M. Adelaida Restrepo
Beatriz de Diego-Lázaro

Supporting Families via TeleHealth in South Africa
Dirk Koekemoer

A Non-Linguistic Test of Speech Discrimination
Robert Margolis
Aparna Rao
Richard Wilson

Hearing Loop Technology: The Only Globally Universal Open Standard for Hearing Accessibility
Thomas Kaufmann

Discussion

Moderator: Jim Saunders
[Ventana Ballroom C]
Together We Hear: A Unique program for Spanish speaking families.
Myriam De La Asuncion

Update on Primary Prevention
James Saunders

Essential Knowledge in Hearing, Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids for Non-Hearing Professionals
Edward Garcia
Terrance Yuen

Discussion
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Break
 
Technology
10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Moderator: Saomi de Snyder
[Ventana Ballroom B]
Best Practice in Humanitarian Hearing Healthcare? One Shoe doesn't fit every foot
James Dean

Let's Get Ready for TelePractice
Jackie Clark

Auditory and balance risk profile of Puerto Rican diabetics
Soami Santiago De Snyder, Ph.D
Maribiliz Irizarry
Evangeline Algarin

Teleaudiology: Improving Access to Hearing Healthcare
Laura Prigge

Dual Impressions: Faculty and Student Perspectives in Global Audiology Training and Education
Cheryl DeConde Johnson
Giri Sundar

Discussion

Moderator: Sara Doutré
[Ventana Ballroom C]
Best Practice in Humanitarian Hearing Healthcare? One Shoe doesn't fit every foot
James Dean

Increasing access to assistive technology by addressing market barriers: A market shaping approach for hearing aids
Emily Kobayashi

Partnering for Hearing: Considerations for Cochlear Implant Donations in Low to Middle Income Countries
Apryl Sweat
Sunil Kapoor

Remote Audiology System
Audra Renyi

Discussion
11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
Lunch (On Your Own)
 
Empowering Families/Communities
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Moderator: Patrick D'Haese
[Ventana Ballroom B]
Age Related Hearing Loss at Gwagwalada Area Council of Federal Capital Territory, Abuja
David Folorunso

Digital campaigns as a tool to raise awareness on hearing loss in a multitude of countries
Patrick D'Haese

Empowering families for success in a non-profit cochlear implant program
Gonzalo Corvera

Fostering Parent Engagement Through Strengths Based Practice
Joanne Travers

Discussion

Moderator: Karin Joubert
[Ventana Ballroom C]
Leading the Development of National Strategic Plans for Ear and Hearing care in low and middle-income countries; the Starkey Hearing Foundation approach in 10 countries.
Luqman Lawal
Wakisa Mulwafu
Isaac Mucharia
Titus Ibekwe
Kaitesi Mukara

Effectiveness of a clinic-based newborn hearing screening programme in rural South Africa: Parental perspectives
Karin Joubert
Khomotjo Kgare

Families perspective:Informational counseling following the diagnosis of a permanent childhood hearing loss
Zandile Shezi

Discussion
 
Advocacy/Community Engagement
2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

Moderator: Lisa Kovacs
[Ventana Ballroom B]
Launching the 1st UNHS Programme in South Africa
Claudine Storbeck

Family Engagement in Language, Literacy, and Social-Emotional Well-Being
Lisa Kovacs

Family Engagement and Empowerment in Humanitarian Missions
Lisa Kovacs
Janet DesGeorges

The Question Prompt List (QPL): An International Tool to Ensure Family-Centered Conversations
Janet DesGeorges

Discussion

Moderator: Edward Dodson
[Ventana Ballroom C]
Launching the 1st UNHS Programme in South Africa
Claudine Storbeck

Effect of the Starkey Hearing Foundation Phase 4 Intervention on Speech, Language and Audition on Pupils Living with Hearing Impairment in Kochi; a Quasi Controlled Trial
Luqman Lawal
Jeffery Larsen
Chalese Buttars
Prem Nair

Implementation of hearing screenings, diagnostics, and treatement of hearing loss for people with intellectual disabilities in their life environment
Katrin Neumann

Breaking Down Walls: Initiation and Maturation of a Cochlear Implant Program in a Developing Country
Roberto Batista
Edward Dodson

Discussion
3:15 PM - 3:45 PM
Break
 
Advocacy/Community Engagement
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Moderator: Dave Molter
[Ventana Ballroom B]
Noise Induced Hearing Loss, A Result Of Factory Expertise During 5 Years at Antsiranana (Diego-Suarez), Madagascar
Randrianarisoa Theodore

Otitis Media: educator’s responsibilities in low income countries
Horacio Ramos

Making a World Record Count for People with Hearing Loss in India
Nihar Pradhan
Kalyani Mandke
Suresh Pillai
Jeffery Larsen

Romania to Albania - A 16 Year Journey
Patricia Towle

A Successful Humanitarian Trip Requires a Great Partnership
Laurel Gregory
Sandy Riley
Nimet Adam

Discussion

Moderator: Serah Ndegwa
[Ventana Ballroom C]
Mesa West Rotary “Ayudame a Escuchar” Humanitarian Outreach to Guaymas, Mexico
Robert Jensen
Erica Williams

Newborn and Infant Hearing Screening in Nairobi, Kenya
Serah N. Ndegwa, Msc

The Cost-Effectiveness of School Hearing Screening Programs: a Scoping Review
Michael Yong
Jiahe Liang
Jeromie Ballreich
Brian Westerberg
Jane Lea
Susan D. Emmett

Hearing Health-Related Humanitarian Missions in the Dominican Republic: Disorganized Success?
Edward Dodson

Transition to Adulthood
Kelleigh Bland

Discussion
 
Global Connection Gala: Making Hearing Health A Priority
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM
'Reception'
[3rd Floor Foyer, Old Main]
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Gala Dinner: Keynote Speaker: Jordan Levy and Entertainment Provided by Yellowbird Apache Dancers
[Carson Ballroom, Old Main]

Sunday, October 27, 2019

TIME Ventana Ballroom B Ventana Ballroom C
8:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Posters and Coffee
[La Paz Room, Memorial Union]
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Moderator:
[Ventana Ballroom B]
A Rare Case of an Undetected Broken Intubation Style in Right Main Bronchus: A Case Report
David Folorunso

Hearing Aid Verification and Validation- One Model
Anita Stein-Meyers
Debra Fried

Hospital-Based Newborn Hearing Screening Across the Globe: A Systematic Review & Report on Guatemala’s Program
Makayla Bradford
Patricia Castellanos

The Rotary Hearing Center of San Felipe: A Telehealth Model for Sustainability
Ingrid McBride
Robert Margolis

Early intervention playgroups in Frank Hilton Organization Fiji
Donna Carkeet
Sureni Perera

Identification and rehabilitation of students with hearing impairment in Special Education schools in Fiji
Donna Carkeet

Impact of Ambient Noise on Hearing Screening
James Saunders
Isabelle Magro
Diana Lee
Karen Mojica Alvarez

Planning a Parent-Centered Path
Anne McNally

Moderator:
[Ventana Ballroom C]
Novel Hearing Aid Fitting Approaches for Developing Countries
Ingrid McBride
Robert Margolis

Outcomes of Idiopathic Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Two Decades of Experience
Yanjun Xie
Norman Orabi
Teresa Zwolan
Gregory Basura

Delivering Audiological Services to Developing Regions: The Use of the Educational Hearing Game with Sound Module to Screen Children's Hearing in Mozambique
Grace Holderman
Jackie Clark

Reliability of Bone Conduction Thresholds Using the KuduWave Pro Automated Audiometer
Kaitlin Palmer
Jackie Clark

How the World’s Children Hear: A Narrative Review of School Hearing Screening Programs Globally
Michael Yong
Neelima Panth
Catherine McMahon
Peter Thorne
Susan D. Emmett

Essential Programs to Coach and Empower
Joanne Travers

Strategies and Methods for Execution of Traveling Temporal Bone Dissection Courses
Edward Dodson
Kevin Zhan
 
Best Practice
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Moderator: Karl White
[Ventana Ballroom B]
Sustainability and the Challenges Facing Future Leaders in Humanitarian Hearing Healthcare
David Velenovsky
Kaitlyn Froese

Validation of the Bilingual Auditory Learning and Listening Skills Scale (ALLESS)
Soami Santiago De Snyder, Ph.D

The Rotary Hearing Center of San Felipe: A Comparison of Hearing Aid Fitting Approaches for Developing Countries
Robert Margolis
Jerry Yanz
Ingrid McBride
Itzel Padilla

“Best” Practice in a Less than Ideal Environment
Jenn Holst
Corrie Holmes
Gabriel Bargen

Discussion

Moderator: King Chung
[Ventana Ballroom C]
Why Should We Bother with Verification of Hearing Aids
Jackie Clark

Zulu translation and cross cultural adaptation of the activities-specific balance confidence (ABC) scale
Karin Joubert
Roberta Kamanji

The development of early detection and intervention using a multidisciplinary team approach in Fiji.
Donna Carkeet
Sureni Perera

Whose project is it? Working in partnership between organisations.
Donna Carkeet

Discussion
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Break
 
Training & Education
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Moderator: Diego Santana-Hernandez
[Ventana Ballroom B]
Capacity Building for Teachers of Children with Hearing Impairment Low-resources Settings: A Starkey Hearing Foundation Community-based Model.
Karia Mathew
Luqman Lawal

Challenges and successes of an audio-technician training program in Guatemala
Christi Miller
Claire Buxton
Michael Mallahan
Martha Harney

"How CBM contributes to effective collaboration in Ear and Hearing Care at global, regional and local level"
Diego Santana-Hernandez

Discussion

Moderator: Paty Castellanos
[Ventana Ballroom C]
Increase in the coverage of audiological services in LMIC: Experience in Guatemala
Patricia Castellanos

Opening and developing a specialist ear treatment and training hospital and community ear care project in Pokhara, Nepal. The first three years.
Mike Smith

The Structure of Ethiopian Audiology Training
Miriam Redleaf
Marinda Uys
Gabrielle Cager
Abel Shimeles
Alpha Solomon

Implications of Ear Canal Volumns in Brazilian Children for Hearing Aid Fitting
King Chung

Discussion
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Group Photo and Lunch On Your Own
[Ventana Ballroom B]
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Closing Session
'David Pither: Reflections on Humanitarian Work to Improve Hearing Health '
[Ventana Ballroom B]
'James Saunders and Jackie Clark: Moving Forward'
[Ventana Ballroom B]

Monday, October 28, 2019

TIME Ventana Ballroom B Ventana Ballroom C
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
'MED-El Symposium on Cultural Sensitivity'

Myriam De La Asuncion
[Mohave Room, Memorial Union]