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Friday, October 26, 2018

TIME Kramer Lecture Theater 1 Kramer Lecture Theater 2 Kramer Lecture Theater 3
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
'A Practical Guide to Humanitarian Missions for Improving Hearing Health'

James E. Saunders, Stacie Ray

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
'Operating a Field Based Earmold Lab'

David Pither

12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
' Tele-audiology for Humanity'

Dirk Koekemoer

12:30 PM - 4:30 PM
'Introduction to Public Health Planning for Hearing Impairment'

Andrew Smith


Saturday, October 27, 2018

TIME Kramer Lecture Theater 1 Kramer Lecture Theater 2 Kramer Lecture Theater 3
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
Registration and Coffee
[Kramer Quad]
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM
Welcome - James Saunders & Jackie Clark
[Kramer Lecture Theater 2]
8:30 AM - 9:10 AM
Keynote Speaker - Shelly Chadha
[Kramer Lecture Theater 2]
9:10 AM - 10:10 AM
Technology
Moderator: David Pither
[Kramer Lecture Theater 2]
An Innovative System for Improving Hearing Healthcare in the General Population
Philip Newall
Jenny Stevens

A Band-aid Fixed Bone-conduction Hearing Aid – The ADHEAR – A New and Useful Treatment Option for Children with Conductive Hearing Loss
Katrin Neumann
Stefan Dazert
Jan Peter-Thomas

Telemedical Fitting of Patients with Cochlear Implants in Central Asia
Piotr Skarzynski
Maciej Ludwikowski
Adam Walkowiak

Long-term Outcomes in Partial Deafness Treatment
Piotr Skarzynski
Henryk Skarzynski
Technology
Moderator:
[Kramer Lecture Theater 3]
Smart Grommets
Nicholas Goncalves
Darlene Lubbe
Shazia Peer

New Data Collection App for Hearing Loss
Youla Pompilus-Touré

Using Big Data Analytics to Formulate Public Health Policy for Hearing Health
Andrew Smith
Konstantina Koloutsou
Lyubov Trenkova
Dario Brdaric
Panagiotis Katrakazas

Portable Audiometric Technology Facilitates Hearing Healthcare
Edie Gibson
10:10 AM - 10:30 AM
Break
[Kramer Quad]
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Training/Education
Moderator: King Chung
[Kramer Lecture Theater 2]
Adapting a Community Health Worker Model for Accessible and Affordable Care to Address Age-Related Hearing Loss
Carrie Nieman
Jonathan Suen
Nicole Marrone
Sarah Szanton
Hae-Ra Han
Frank Lin

Developing a Qualitative Study Framework to Understand Current State of Otolaryngology and Perspectives from Local Health Professionals in Sub-Saharan Africa
Janet Choi

Early Intervention for Hearing Loss in South Africa: A Review of Characteristic of Paraprofessional in a Home-based Early Intervention Programme
Selvarani Moodley
Claudine Storbeck
Training/Education
Moderator:
[Kramer Lecture Theater 3]
Audiology in Times of Disasters
Maribiliz Irizarry
Claudia E. Puig Román

The Role of Online Education in the Expansion of Audiological Services in Ethiopia
Marinda Uys
Elme Selesho

A Blended Training Program in Africa as Part of a Systemic Change
Fred Marinus
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Lunch
[Kramer Quad]
12:30 PM - 1:15 PM
Invited Speaker

1:15 PM - 2:00 PM
Empowering Families/Communities
Moderator: Wahab Owolawi
[Kramer Lecture Theater 2]
Community Mentoring Program for Newborn Deaf Babies and Infants
Dr. Richard W. Fee

eHealth Models for Using Self-adjusted Hearing Aid Amplification
Evelyn Davies-Venn

The Use of Antiseptics Rather than Antibiotics in Active Chronic Otitis Media (COM)
James W. Loock
Andre S. Van Straten
Empowering Families/Communities
Moderator:
[Kramer Lecture Theater 3]
Earlier Identification Through Mother Suspicion
Selvarani Moodley
Claudine Storbeck

Assessment of the Perceptions and Experiences of South African Psychiatrists Regarding Consultations and Therapy with Patients with Hearing Loss
Magteld Smith

Hearing and Vision Services for Preschool Children - An mHealth Supported Community-based Programme
De Wet Swanepoel
Susan Eksteen
Tersia de Kock
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Advocacy/Community Engagement
Moderator:
[Kramer Lecture Theater 2]
Hearing Loss Screening in a Primary School in Belabo Cameroon. Preliminary Results
Jean Valentin Fokouo
Jean Espoir EVEHE VOKWELY
Louis Richard NJOCK

Paediatric Hearing Loss In Peri-Urban Kumasi: Study Results & Policy Implications For National Childhood Hearing Screening In Ghana
Rita Larsen-Reindorf
Gregory Basura
Bruce Edwards

Samoa Hearing Services
Philip Newall
Cristina Newall
Genelle Cook
Best Practices
Moderator:
[Kramer Lecture Theater 3]
Endoscopic Ear Surgery – A Better Answer for the Burden of Ear Disease in Africa
Estie Meyer

Large-scale screening and linkage into care for hearing related diseases in at-risk populations
J. Zachary Porterfield
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Break
[Kramer Quad]
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Best Practices
Moderator: Norberto Martinez
[Kramer Lecture Theater 2]
Addressing the Challenges of Paediatric Hearing Aid Reviews in a Developing Country
Miss H Brough

How can the CGHH support Ear and Hearing Care Accessibility Through Strengthening Primary Heath Care Services: CBM’s Approach 40 years after the Alma Ata Declaration on PHC
Diego Santana-Hernandez

The Rotary Hearing Center of San Felipe: A Model for Sustainability
Robert Margolis
Jerry Yanz
Ingrid McBride
Best Practices
Moderator:
[Kramer Lecture Theater 3]
Low-Cost, User-Centered Over-the-Counter Hearing Technology: Lessons from Community-Delivered Hearing Care for Older Adults
Frank Lin
Sara Mamo
Nicholas Reed
Jonathan Suen
Carrie Nieman

Development of Audiology Services in Malawi: Highlights and Challenges
Bhavisha Parmar

IFOS Contribution to the Ear and Hearing Care in Sub-Saharan Africa
Milan Profant
4:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Posters
[Kramer Quad]
6:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Depart for Gala from Kramer Building

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
A Global Connection Gala: Making Hearing Health a Priority (Keynote Speeches and Dinner)
[Kramer Quad]

Sunday, October 28, 2018

TIME Kramer Lecture Theater 1 Kramer Lecture Theater 2 Kramer Lecture Theater 3
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Keynote Speaker - Susan Emmett
[Kramer Lecture Theater 2]
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Best Practice
Moderator:
[Kramer Lecture Theater 2]
Can Acquired Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD) be Linked to Malaria and/or Quinine Treatment?
Miss H Brough

Improving Pre-school Hearing Screening Outcomes: Community-based First Line Follow-up Services
De Wet Swanepoel
Tersia de Kock
Susan Eksteen

Is WHO Underestimating the Number of Children with Hearing Loss in the World?
Deborah Ferrari
Andrea Lopes
King Chung

Neonatal Hearing Screening in Guatemala: A Joint Effort
Patricia Castellanos
Best Practice
Moderator:
[Kramer Lecture Theater 3]
Local Capacity Building: The Key to Sustainable Charity Work
Ora Buerkli

Using the EARS Inc. Framework of S.T.O.R.E. to Design Audiology Programs in the Developing World
Peter Bartlett

Is Gender Your Blind Spot?
Youla Pompilus-Touré

The Association of Cognitive Function and Use of Low Cost Hearing Aid in Persons with Hearing Impairment
Ma. Natasha Therese A. de Jesus
Jeprel del Prado
Jenina Escalderon
Norberto Martinez
10:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Break
[Kramer Quad]
10:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Best Practice
Moderator:
[Kramer Lecture Theater 2]
Reliability, Accuracy, and Efficiency of Automated Audiometry
Hlologelo Ramatsoma

Sedation Practice for Auditory Electrophysiology
Selvarani Moodley

Strategic Global Application of Core Competencies in Audiology
Giri Sundar
James W Hall
Best Practice
Moderator:
[Kramer Lecture Theater 3]
Hearing Loss in Infants Affected with ZIKA Virus; The Puerto Rico Experience
Soami Santiago De Snyder, Ph.D
Wanda Lugo Velez, Au.D

The Global Audiology Initiative: An African Tale
Shannon O'Leary (née Kruyt)
Bhavisha Parmar
11:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Wrap Up
[Kramer Lecture Theater 2]