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Australasian Newborn Hearing Screening Workshop 2022

This one-day event will focus on detection of hearing loss in children beyond the newborn period—in infants, toddlers, pre-school, or school-age children.
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Key Details

Course Code
CPE22NHS
Start Date
22 July 2022
Time
9:30 am – 5:30 pm

Course Information

‘Screening beyond UNHS: Working Towards Consensus’

A Virtual 1 Day Interactive Workshop

Brought to you by the Australasian Newborn Hearing Screening Committee

This one-day event will have a focus on hearing screening beyond the newborn period, which may include infancy, pre-school and school-age.

Attendees will participate in interactive facilitated sessions, which will guide the process on reaching a consensus on approaches to screening for childhood hearing beyond UNHS in Australasia. All preparation materials will be shared 7 days prior to the workshop.

This interactive workshop is sponsored by the Australasian Newborn Hearing Screening (ANHS) Committee and is hosted by Next Sense Institute.

The draft program is now available: Draft Program

Sponsorship packages are available. Contact us for more information.

We welcome our 2022 Sponsorship partners:

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Accreditation

This activity: ‘Screening beyond UNHS: Working towards Consensus Virtual 1 Day Interactive workshop’, has been endorsed by Audiology Australia. The endorsement number is CPD2223 008 and the categories and CPD points are Category 1.2 - 3.25 CPD points and Category 2.2 - 2.5 CPD points.

NZAS members will be able to claim up to 5 CEP points for attendance for the full day, or 3 points if only attending the morning sessions and 2 points for the afternoon session. CEP points claimed must be supported by evidence of attendance at the workshop sessions.

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