ABOUT 330 HIGH-QUALITY PRESENTATIONS WILL MAKE HEAL 2022
Cernobbio, June 16-18, 2022 (LIVE EVENT)
The upcoming HEAL conference (live) will be held at our historic venue, the gorgeous Villa Erba Conference Center, on Lake Como in Cernobbio, which is once again ready to host our meeting.
Almost everything is ready, despite the difficult times we are going through.
The Scientific Program has just been posted online with the detailed program of the numerous oral and (to be published shortly) poster sessions, as well as the Special Sessions and mini-symposia proposed and coordinated by many organizations and institutions active in the wide area of hearing care.
Here is a selection of the Scientific Sessions:
Speech perception, Speech perception in infants, Autism spectrum disorders, Epidemiology, Genetic issues, Auditory training, Comorbidities & medical issues, Complex needs, Auditory processing disorders, Listening effort, Cognitive decline, Hearing impairment and dementia, Cognition and hearing loss in children, Health inequalities, Quality of life and hearing loss, Implantable devices, Cochlear implants in children, Cochlear implants in adults, Surgical issues in cochlear implants, Cochlear implants – strategies and follow up, Early identification – novel techniques and methods, Mild and unilateral hearing loss, Noise exposure, Use and development of otoemissions, Tinnitus, Speech-in-noise testing with digits in noise, Amplification – technologies and strategies, Improving EHDI programs, Outcomes of EHDI programs, Improving hearing care and services, e- and m-health solutions, Computational audiology, Remote care solutions, Hearing care in low and middle-income areas, Advances in auditory evoked responses, Intervention and rehabilitation: strategies and methods, Patient perspective, Family perspectives, Family empowerment.
Most promising, and not to be missed, should be also the presentations included in the several Technology Update Sessions.
Come and join us for another exciting conference in Cernobbio with all its charm of a peaceful, cozy and little frequented town on the Lake Como!
Ferdi Grandori (Chair)
Institute of Electronics, Information Engineering and Telecommunication
Dept. of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering, Polytechnic of Milan, Italy
Sophia E. Kramer, PhD
at the Amsterdam UMC – location VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam,
SPEECH-IN- NOISE TESTING WITH DIGITS IN NOISE
Cas Smits (Amsterdam)
Organized by David Moore and Lisa Hunter
Organized by the EU SENSE-COG PROJECT
Shelly Chadha (WHO, Geneve)
Round Table and Special Session
AUDITORY PROCESSING DISORDERS
Organized by the European APD Group
and the EFAS APD Working Group
Special Session on
MAKE LISTENING SAFE
Organized by Mark Laureyns and
the WHO World Hearing Forum
Last update: 9 March 2022