5019JWH201
This lecture begins with a brief update on the anatomic origins of bothersome tinnitus and on factors contributing to tinnitus onset and severity. Then, clinical guidelines for assessment and management of tinnitus are reviewed. The objective is to provide physicians with practical information for effectively advising patients with bothersome tinnitus.

Learning Objectives:

-- Identify risk factors for tinnitus

-- Define mechanisms of tinnitus

-- Appreciate management options for patients with debilitating tinnitus]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00640360640360Englishtinnitus, physiology, james hall III, hyperacusisTRUE
753REG101


Learning Objectives
:

-- Identify 3 primary causes of peripheral vestibular dysfunction, which cause chronic symptoms

-- Explain the theory of central compensation

-- Name 3 primary protocols of vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT)]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360Englishvestibular rehabilitation therapy, VRT, labyrinthine, neuritis, labyrinthitis, labyrinthine concussion, richard gans, AIB, American Institute of Balance,TRUE
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This one-hour course offers a concise update on the techniques and strategies now available for early identification of hearing loss in infants (birth to 3 months). Current Joint Committee on Infant Hearing (JCIH) guidelines are reviewed, with an emphasis on risk indicators for hearing loss, recommendations for hearing screening and diagnosis, and the responsibilities of primary care physicians for the management of hearing health care of infants and young children.

The course is supplemented by other AIBEF courses that provide more detailed information on diagnosis of infant hearing loss, risk factors for delayed onset and progressive hearing loss, ototoxic-induced hearing loss, and differential diagnosis of specific auditory disorders (e.g., auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder).

-- Identify techniques for infant hearing screening

-- List risk factors for hearing loss in children

-- Appreciate role of primary care physician in identification, diagnosis, and management of hearing impairment in children]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishiEarly Identification of Infant Hearing Loss: What primary care physicians must knowTRUE
8816JWH102
Children with delayed onset or progressive hearing impairment can be identified with risk factors, with hearing impairment confirmed and diagnosed with diagnostic auditory assessment. Primary care physicians providing pediatric health care are responsible for detection and diagnosis of delayed onset or progressive hearing impairment. This one-hour lecture provides physicians with the information needed to fulfill this responsibility.

The course is supplemented by other AIBEF courses that provide information on identification and diagnosis of infant hearing loss, ototoxic-induced hearing loss, and differential diagnosis of specific auditory disorders (e.g., auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder).

-- Recognize risk factors for delayed onset hearing loss in children

-- Recognize risk factors for progressive hearing loss in children

-- Appreciate role of physician in identification and management of pediatric acquired hearing loss]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishDetection of Delayed Onset and Progressive Hearing Loss: Role of PhysiciansTRUE
8916JWH202
This one-hour lecture provides an introduction to the objective techniques applied in the diagnosis of infant hearing loss, including the auditory brainstem response (ABR), otoacoustic emissions (OAEs), and acoustic immittance (middle ear) measurements. The lecture also reviews the protocol for auditory assessment of children aged 0 to 6 months recommended by the Joint Committee on Infant Hearing (JCIH), as well as common types of childhood hearing loss.

The course is supplemented by other AIBEF courses that provide more detailed information on identification of (screening for) infant hearing loss, risk factors for delayed onset and progressive hearing loss, ototoxic-induced hearing loss, and differential diagnosis of specific auditory disorders (e.g., auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder).

-- Describe the auditory brainstem response (ABR)

-- Describe otoacoustic emissions (OAEs)

-- Describe acoustic immittance (middle ear) measurements]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
9016JWH103
This lecture offers an overview of drug-induced hearing loss, including mechanisms and recently developed protective strategies. Also, the application of objective techniques for monitoring auditory status in children receiving medical therapy is summarized. The lecture includes discussion of protocols for monitoring children to detect early stages of auditory dysfunction and, thus, prevent handicapping hearing impairment.

The course is supplemented by other AIBEF courses that provide more detailed information on diagnosis of infant hearing loss, risk factors for delayed onset and progressive hearing loss, and differential diagnosis of specific auditory disorders (e.g., auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder).

-- Identify drugs that can cause hearing loss

-- Describe techniques for monitoring auditory function during medical therapy

-- Appreciate protocols for early prevention of ototoxic-induced hearing impairment]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishOtotoxicity and Hearing: Monitoring and Managing Drug-induced Auditory DysfunctionTRUE
9116JWH104
Physicians and other health care professionals must remain vigilant for hearing loss in children. This course reviews current techniques and protocols for efficient and effective hearing screening of preschool and school age children, including procedures that can be performed in an educational setting and a medical examination room.

-- List risk factors for hearing loss in pre-school and school age children

-- Describe techniques for hearing screening of pre-school and school age children

-- Appreciate protocols for management of childhood hearing impairment]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishHearing Screening in Preschool and School Age Children: Rationale Current StrategiesTRUE
9216JWH105
Auditory processing disorders (APD) interfere with a child's ability to perceive and understand speech. An estimated 3% of school age children have abnormal auditory processing abilities, including difficulties with the discrimination of sounds, rapidly processing speech, and hearing in background noise. Learning in preschool and young school age is almost entirely dependent on the auditory modality (hearing). Disruption of auditory processing can lead to reading disorders.

This lecture reviews the neuroscience of auditory processing. Risk factors for APD and disorders co-existing with APD are identified. The lecture includes a summary of clinical strategies for the diagnosis and management of APD.

-- Define auditory processing disorders

-- List risk factors for auditory processing disorders in pre-school and school age children

-- Describe techniques and strategies for diagnosis and management of auditory processing disorders]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishAuditory Processing and Academic Success: We hear with our brainTRUE
9316JWH203
Beginning with a brief historical overview, this lecture provides an introduction to behavioral and objective electrophysiological clinical procedures for auditory assessment. Test batteries for efficient and accurate diagnosis of hearing impairment in children and adults are described. The role of physicians and other health care providers in initiating diagnostic testing, and properly interpreting the findings is emphasized.

The course is supplemented by other AIBEF courses that provide information on anatomy and physiology of the auditory system, diagnosis of infant hearing loss, and differential diagnosis of specific auditory disorders (e.g., auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder).

Learning Objectives:

-- Define the goal of diagnostic Audiology

-- List behavioral procedures for the assessment of auditory function

-- List electrophysiological procedures for the assessment of auditory function

]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
9416JWH106
Beginning with a brief historical overview, this lecture provides a concise review of objective measures of middle ear function (i.e., acoustic immittance, otoacoustic emissions, wide band power reflectance) and behavioral measures (e.g., air versus bone conduction hearing assessment). Patterns of auditory findings are related to differential diagnosis of various middle ear diseases and disorders.

The course is supplemented by other AIBEF courses that provide information on anatomy and physiology of the auditory system, principles of diagnostic audiometry, diagnosis of infant hearing loss, and differential diagnosis of specific auditory disorders (e.g., auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder).

-- List common etiologies for middle ear disease in children

-- Describe objective measures of middle ear function

-- Appreciate the relation of middle ear disease to patterns of auditory findings]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishMeasurement of Middle Ear Function: New Applications of Old ProceduresTRUE
9516JWH107
Sensitivity to even subtle cochlear auditory dysfunction underlies the value of OAEs as a technique for hearing screening of infants and young children. OAEs are also an important component of the pediatric diagnostic test battery, playing an important role in the differentiation of cochlear versus neural auditory dysfunction.

This lecture offers an up-to-date review of OAEs, including mechanisms for the generation of the two clinical OAE techniques (transient evoked and distortion product OAEs), measurement and analysis, and evidence-based clinical applications.

The course is supplemented by other AIBEF courses that provide more detailed information on the principles of diagnostic audiometry, diagnosis of infant hearing loss, ototoxic-induced hearing loss, and differential diagnosis of specific auditory disorders (e.g., auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder).

Learning Objectives:

-- Describe mechanisms important for generation of OAEs

-- List steps in OAE measurement and analysis

-- List clinical applications of OAEs in children ]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishOtoacoustic Emissions (OAEs): Generators Evidence-based Clinical ApplicationsTRUE
9616JWH110
This lecture provides a clinically oriented overview of ECochG including anatomical bases, measurement and analysis, and varied applications in children and adults.

The course supplements other AIBEF courses, included those on the principles of diagnostic audiometry, diagnosis of infant hearing loss, and differential diagnosis of specific auditory disorders (e.g., auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder).

Learning Objectives:

-- List generators of each of the components of EcochG

-- Identify principles of ECochG measurement-- Cite clinical applications of ECochG in children and adults]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishTRUE
9716JWH111
Early identification of retrocochlear pathology by physicians and audiologists is important for effective surgical, medical, and non-medical management.

This lecture includes a review of relevant auditory anatomy and etiologies, patterns of audiological findings associated with retrocochlear auditory dysfunction, and accepted criteria for referral of patients for magnetic resonance imaging and other diagnostic procedures.

Learning Objectives:

-- List etiologies associated with retrocochlear auditory dysfunction

-- Describe audiological procedures useful for early identification of retrocochlear auditory dysfunction]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishTRUE
9816JWH108
This lecture provides concise and practical guidelines for differential diagnosis of non-organic hearing loss with clinical test procedures.

Learning Objectives:

-- Recognize risk factors for non-organic hearing loss, including malingering

-- List audiological techniques for confident identification of non-organic hearing loss and documentation of auditory status]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishNon-Organic Hearing Loss and Malingering: Timely Detection DiagnosisTRUE
9916JWH109
This lecture introduces ENoG to physicians that includes a review of etiologies for facial nerve paralysis, an explanation of the test protocol for ENoG measurement, and analysis and interpretation of ENoG findings.

Learning Objectives:

-- List etiologies associated with facial nerve paralysis-- Describe measurement of facial nerve function with electroneuronography (ENoG)-- Describe strategies for analysis of ENoG findings]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishTRUE
10016JWH112
This lecture reviews the many current applications of multiple auditory-evoked responses, including electrocochleography (ECochG), auditory brainstem response (ABR), auditory steady state response (ASSR), and cortical auditory-evoked responses.

Learning Objectives:

-- Identify auditory evoked responses that are applied in audiology today

-- List applications of auditory evoked responses]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishTRUE
10116JWH113
The lecture begins with a brief historical overview of the profession of audiology, with an emphasis on the development of pediatric audiology. Commonly encountered etiologies for pediatric hearing loss are reviewed. Then, each of the clinical procedures employed in the diagnostic hearing assessment of children is explained, and illustrated with diagrams and photographs. Different patterns of auditory findings for a test battery of auditory procedures are linked to the various diseases and disorders associated with pediatric hearing loss.

The lecture concludes with information on how to identify hearing loss in a physician's office, including codes used to bill for the procedures.

This introductory pediatric course accompanied by a similar course on adult hearing assessment (Modern Audiology for Primary Care Physicians. II: Introduction to Hearing Assessment of Adults).

The course is also supplemented by other AIBEF courses, included those on the principles of diagnostic audiometry, diagnosis of infant hearing loss, and differential diagnosis of specific auditory disorders (e.g., auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder).

Learning Objectives:

-- List procedures used for hearing assessment of children

-- Describe typical auditory findings in common etiologies for pediatric hearing loss

-- Appreciate the audiologist?s role in evaluating and diagnosis hearing loss]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
10216JWH114
This introductory course accompanied by a similar course on pediatric hearing assessment (Modern Audiology for Primary Care Physicians. II: Introduction to Hearing Assessment of Children).

The course is also is supplemented by other AIBEF courses, included those on the principles of diagnostic audiometry, non-organic hearing loss (and malingering), diagnosis of retrocochlear auditory dysfunction, electrocochleography and Meniere's disease, and tinnitus.

Learning Objectives:

-- List procedures used for hearing assessment of adults

-- Describe typical auditory findings in common etiologies for adult hearing loss

-- Explain the economic, psychosocial, and health impact of hearing loss in adults]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
10319DMB101
?Essentially, this is the course that I wish had been available when I was starting out in treating tinnitus!? --David Baguley, Ph.D.

Learning Objectives:

-- To understand modern perspectives on the neuroscience of tinnitus

-- To be aware of the options available to an Audiologist in treating tinnitus, and where boundaries lie

-- To be able to undertake basic audiological care of a patient with troublesome tinnitus]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishTRUE
10419DMB102
]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00500375500375EnglishTRUE
10519DMB201
Learning Objectives:

-- To understand modern perspectives on cochlear implants and tinnitus

-- To be aware of the options available to an Audiologist in treating tinnitus in CI patients

-- To be able to undertake basic audiological care of a CI patient with troublesome tinnitus]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00500375500375EnglishTRUE
10616CIB101


Learning Objectives:



-- Attendees will learn how to triage patients into streams using physiological rather than behavioral tests.



-- Once patients are separated into streams, behavioral tests should be added to create the more familiar audiological analysis, but now the diagnostician will be able to separate inner from outer hair cell contribution and manage the patient accordingly.



-- Incongruities between obtained physiology and observed behavior can then be managed more effectively than simply ?treating the audiogram."]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360EnglishThe Physiologic Basis of Audiologic PracticeTRUE
10716CIB201
In adults, hearing aids have yet to prove useful, while cochlear implantation has proven more successful in sustaining an oral lifestyle.

Learning Objectives:

-- Learn to make the diagnosis properly using two-polarity clicks with ABR and incorporating reflexes and emissions in the analysis.

-- Learn to differentiate ANSD from brainstem disorders and sharply sloping outer hair cell losses.

-- Learn to manage the patients with SLPs and OT and PT to ensure language growth and development

-- Learn to support parents in their empowerment and decision making.

]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00500375500375EnglishThe Diagnosis and Management of Auditory Neuropathy/Dys-synchrony (ANSD)TRUE
10826DPB101
-- Workspace biomechanics and set up

- Effective lighting

-- Patient set up and positioning for the medical professional

-- Computer ergonomic set up

-- Ergonomic sitting and standing positions

-- Proper phone set up

-- Posture and exercise

-- Proper lifting mechanics

-- Lifestyle and stressor modification to optimize function

Learning Objectives:

-- The participant will learn the safest, most logical, and most functional workspace designs.

-- The participant will learn appropriate exercise activity to counteract prolonged stress and strain on structures.

-- The participant will learn strategies to maintain a neutral posture in an ergonomically designed work place.

]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
10916PCM101
Learning Objectives:

-- Learn three indications for audiological tests in adults and three children.

-- Learn how to select the audiological examination indicated for each age.

-- Describe the benefits of early hearing aid fitting

]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375SpanishTRUE
11016PCM102
Learning Objectives:

-- Learn three criteria to consider in selecting the best hearing aid option for the user

-- Be able to compare the basic characteristics of the main hearing aid models

-- Learn how to suggest the most appropriate models for the cases that will be presented

]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375SpanishTRUE
11116DF101
Learning Objectives:

-- Participants will be able to identify basic hearing aid components required of all hearing aids.

-- Participants will be able to list the different hearing aid styles and advantages/limitations of each style.

-- Participants will be able to identify the different earmold styles, including vented and unvented options.]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360EnglishUnderstanding Hearing Aids -- A Physician's GuideTRUE
11216DF102
Learning Objectives:

-- Participants will be able to identify contraindications for making earmold impressions on prospective hearing aid patients

-- Participants will be able to identify three advantages of silicone impression material

-- Participants will be able to identify appropriate versus inappropriate earmold impressions for use with behind-the-ear and in-the-ear hearing aids

]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishMaking A Good (Earmold) Impression: BasicsTRUE
11316DF103before compensating for peripheral hearing loss.

Learning Objectives:

Participants will be able to identify the principle resonance(s) of the pinna, concha, and ear canal.

The impact of occluded versus unoccluded ear canal resonance, and the role of hearing aid ?venting? will be described to the participants.

Participants will discuss the impact of behind-the-ear and in-the-ear hearing aids on acoustic performance.]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishBasic Hearing Aid AcousticsTRUE
11416DF201
Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to compute initial ?target? gain values from the audiogram.

Participants will learn how to use proper measurement techniques for MCL, LDL and ULCL.

Participants will identify how to set initial hearing aid compression settings to maximize audibility and avoid loudness discomfort.]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00500375500375EnglishHearing Aid ?Prescriptive? FormulaeTRUE
11516DF202
Learning Objectives:

-- Participants will learn the difference between input and output compression.

-- Participants will learn the importance of single- versus multiple- channel compression.

-- Participants will be able to discuss when peak clipping might be appropriate.

]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00500375500375EnglishBasics of Hearing Aid Signal ProcessingTRUE
11616DF203
Learning Objectives:

-- List the basic type of directional microphone systems.

-- Identify expected benefits of fixed- and adaptive-directional microphone systems.

-- List expected benefits from noise cancellation.]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00500375500375EnglishPreserving Signal-to-Noise Ratio With Hearing AidsTRUE
11716DF204
Learning Objectives:

-- Learn 3 techniques for reliable placement and measurement of hearing aid gain using probe measurements.

-- Learn how to assess single- and multiple-channel compression using probe measurement.

-- Learn how to use probe microphone measurements to assess directional microphone performance.]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00500375500375EnglishVerification of Hearing Aid Performance Using Real-Ear MeasurementsTRUE
11816DF205
Learning Objectives:

{TO COME}]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00500375500375EnglishNight of the Living Dead RegionsTRUE
12016JAF101
Learning Objectives:

-- Become familiar with the auditory-evoked potential technique known as Electrocochleography (ECochG)

-- Understand the anatomical and physiological bases of ECochG

-- Become familiar with the various inner ear/auditory nerve potentials that are recorded via ECochG]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
12116JAF201
Learning Objectives:

-- Become familiar with the various recording approaches used for performing ECochG, along with their advantages and limitations

-- Become familiar with the various subject-, stimulus-, and signal averaging-parameters used for recording ECochG and how to interpret an electrocochleogram

-- Acquire the knowledge to perform ECochG recordings from the tympanic membrane]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00640360640360EnglishElectrocochleography: Recording ApproachesTRUE
12216JAF301
-- Enhancing wave I of the Auditory Brainstem Response

-- Pediatric applications related to newborn hearing screening and diagnosis of auditory neuropathy/dysynchrony

Case study examples are included for all of the above applications.

Learning Objectives:

Understand how ECochG is used to:

-- help diagnose, assess and monitor Meniere's disease/endolymphatic hydrops

-- enhance the measurement of wave I of the ABR in less-than-optimal recording conditions

-- improve the sensitivity of newborn hearing screening approaches, and aid in the diagnosis of auditory neuropathy/dysynchrony.]]>
79.0079.0079.0079.0079.001.00640360640360EnglishElectrocochleography: Clinical ApplicationsTRUE
12316JAF102
Learning Objectives:

-- Become familiar with the theoretical and historical bases of Auditory-Evoked Potentials

-- Recognize the various early, middle, and late components of the AEP family]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishTRUE
12416JAF202
Learning Objectives:

-- Acquire the knowledge to record early, middle and late AEPs

-- Acquire the knowledge to identify and measure the salient components of the AEP family]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00500375500375EnglishRecording and Interpretation of Auditory-Evoked PotentialsTRUE
12516JAF302
Learning Objectives:

-- Identify the various clinical applications of the AEP family

-- Identify how AEP components are affected by specific audiological/oto-neurological disorders]]>
79.0079.0079.0079.0079.001.00500375500375EnglishClinical Applications of Auditory-Evoked PotentialsTRUE
12620JMG101
Learning Objectives:

-- Learn about the basic anatomy of the peripheral and central vestibular system

-- Learn how to perform an excellent history of the dizzy patient

-- Clearly identify the most frequent etiologies and differential diagnoses of vertigo based on the history of the patient and routine office-based clinical exam

]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375SpanishTRUE
12712JMG102
He will present the anatomy and the neural myelinization patterns of the auditory pathways at the level of the brain stem and cortex in the prenatal period and the first 12 years of life, and his correlation with cortical electrophysiology.

Dr. Garcia Gomez will also talk about personal experiences and results in speech discrimination in children implanted at different ages (1-3 3-6 6-9 and 9-12 years).

Learning Objectives:

-- Emphasize the importance of universal neonatal hearing screening

-- Clearly identify the critical periods of auditory development and understand the principles of neural plasticity and anatomy of the auditory pathways

-- Know the importance of the negative correlation that exists between the age of implantation and speech discrimination results in children]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375SpanishTRUE
12823LIL102
Objetivos de Aprendizaje:

-- Aprender la secuencia neurológica]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375SpanishTRUE
12923LIL201
Objetivos de Aprendizaje:

-- Reconocer los diferentes tipos de trastornos oculomotores en pacientes con trastornos de equilibrio y mareos]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00640360640360SpanishTRUE
13023LIL202
Objetivos de Aprendizaje:

-- Poder distinguir cuando trastornos del equilibrio son causados por la migraña, cuando estén directamente relacionadas y cuando son una entidad separada.]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00640360640360SpanishTRUE
13125MRG101
Learning Objectives:

-- To provide knowledge regarding various definitions and demographics associated with medical care for older adults

-- To illustrate some variables in aging - physical, social and emotional - that are important for practitioners to consider when working with older patients]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
13225MRG102
Learning Objectives:

-- To introduce communication strategies that may improve communication skills with older patients

-- To outline the key points of being a ?reflective? practitioner]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
13320KHH101
The following program consists of 3 parts:

Part 1: The introduction of meridian theory that include all of the anatomical locations of meridians and their acupuncture points

Part 2: The introduction of acupuncture and the approach of acupressure massage

and most importantly, the focal point of this program is:

Part 3: The application of treatment method toward vertigo and illness that related to imbalance through using both invasive and noninvasive treatments -- acupuncture and acupressure massage respectively. For medical care personal, caretakers, and patients who cannot practice acupuncture, noninvasive acupressure massage is an important alternative that can also lead toward positive treatment results.

Learning Objectives:

-- To understand each anatomical location of meridians that relate to vertigo and imbalance

-- To learn each type of vertigo and imbalance and its related acupuncture treatment and precautions

-- To learn each type of vertigo and imbalance and its related acupressure treatment and precautions]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375ChineseTRUE
13420KHH102
Part 1: An introduction of diagnosis by traditional Chinese medicine for vertigo and imbalance

Part 2: An introduction of commonly used Chinese herbal medicine in treating vertigo and imbalance

and Part 3: An introduction of Chinese medication treatment with various vertigo and imbalance, due to different diagnostic methods in Chinese and Western medicine.

Even though this course is based on a Chinese medicine core, this simple, yet in-depth, tutorial will instruct students about herbal medicine treatments in this short time.

Learning Objectives:

-- The study of Chinese medicine diagnosis in vertigo and imbalance

-- The study of commonly used Chinese medicine in treating vertigo and imbalance

]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00500375500375ChineseTRUE
13520KHH103
Part 1: Brief introduction of Western medicine treatment methods in vertigo and imbalance

Part 2: Brief introduction of Chinese medicine treatment methods in vertigo and imbalance and

Part 3: Brief Introduction of various integrated therapies of Chinese and Western medicine for vertigo and imbalance through combination of the fundamental of Western medicine in medication, surgery, repositioning and physical therapy with traditional herbal medicine and acupuncture in Chinese medicine. You will see step-by-step analysis of advantages using integrated therapy and the precautions of using such treatment.

Learning Objectives:

-- To study the various Western medicine methods in treating vertigo and imbalance

-- To study the various Chinese medicine methods in treating vertigo and imbalance

-- To study the various integrated Chinese and Western medicine methods in treating vertigo and imbalance

]]>
79.0079.0079.0079.0079.001.00500375500375ChineseTRUE
13620KHH104
This course is divided into 3 parts:

Part 1: The health care and prevention theory in Chinese Medicine related to vertigo and imbalance Part 2: The knowledge of nutrition diet and medicinal food in care and prevention in vertigo and imbalance Part 3: The Toaism exercise (i.e. taichi) to apply in care and prevention for vertigo and imbalance.

Learning Objectives:

-- To understand the health care theory behind Chinese medicine in vertigo and imbalance

-- To study the nutrition diet and medicinal food for vertigo and imbalance patients in Chinese medicine

-- To study the Taoism exercise for improving vertigo and imbalance condition]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375ChineseTRUE
13724JMM10129.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishTRUE1393NP201
Learning Objectives:

-- To learn to prepare the patient for vestibular testing

-- To identify major sources of errors and artifacts in ocular motility testing

-- To identify and interpret the abnormalities in saccades, smooth pursuit and OKN testing

]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
1403NP202
Learning Objectives:

-- To learn to differentiate between peripheral, central spontaneous, and positional nystagmus

-- To identify the different types of positional nystagmus by the assessment of the response in different positions

-- To understand the meaning of head-shake nystagmus and vibration-induced nystagmus in the context of vestibular compensation

]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
1413NP203
Learning Objectives:

-- To learn to prepare the patient for caloric testing

-- To identify important points to check for a good procedure

-- To understand the response and methodology for its interpretation

-- To identify and interpret the possible errors and artifacts

]]>
59.0059.0059.0059.0059.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
1423NP301
Learning Objectives:

-- To learn to differentiate an abnormal canal paresis and how to diagnose a unilateral areflexia by performing the ice water test

-- To understand the meaning of directional preponderance

-- To learn how to diagnose bilateral vestibulopathy based on caloric test results

-- To recognize central abnormalities on caloric testing

]]>
79.0079.0079.0079.0079.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
14320HS101
90% of diseases that cause vertigo arise in the inner ear:

-- Benign positional vertigo

-- Meniere disease

-- Labyrinthitis

-- Vestibular neuronitis

-- Superior canal dehiscence

-- Inner ear fistula

-- Neurological diseases

-- Cerebral circulatory problems

Learning Objectives:

-- To be able to tell if inner ear disease or not

-- To be able to determine if patient should be referred

-- To be able to diagnose and treat various inner ear diseases]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00500375500375EnglishTRUE
14420HS102
Inner Ear Causes:

-- Presbycusis

-- Ototoxicity

-- Acoustic Trauma

-- Noise induced loss

-- Genetic hearing loss

-- Meniere's Disease

Conductive Causes:

-- Cerumen blockage

-- Perforations of the ear drum

-- Ossicular fixation or discontinuity

-- Otitis media acute or Serous

-- Superior canal dehiscence

-- Chronic Otitis media

-- Congenital Ossicular fixation

Cochlear Nerve Loss:

-- Acoustic neuroma

-- Neuronitis

-- Sudden deafness]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
14518LFS101
Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this class, students will be able to:-- Identify at least three of the most common drugs which may cause dizziness or vertigo

-- Describe the mechanism by which these medications may cause dizziness or vertigo

-- List three methods of how drugs are used in the treatment of dizziness symptoms and vertigo]]>
29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE
14720MVG101
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29.0029.0029.0029.0029.001.00640360640360SpanishTRUE
14820MVG102
Chronic otitis media (COM) is an important public health problem with substantial economic and societal costs. COM is a major global cause of hearing impairment and this may have serious long-term effects on language, auditory and cognitive development, and educational progress. Is a continuing problem, especially in children in disadvantaged communities in developing and developed countries. Many countries need to gather prevalence data to determine the burden of COM and the priority for its prevention and management. Opportunities for cost-effective prevention of COM and its sequelae occur particularly in the community and at the primary level of health care, through targeting risk factors and implementing primary ear care.

Learning Objectives:

-- The objective of this course is to know everything about this public health problem, for all the reasons already mentioned. Primary health care workers need to be given training and equipment for prevention, detection and management of COM. The diagnosis of COM needs to be made earlier in childhood to prevent its long-term effects especially on hearing impairment. There is new evidence to show that chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) should be treated with antibiotics as well as wicking. Ear surgery plays a role in preventing COM causing further hearing impairment.

-- More research needs to carried out on risk factors for otitis media, development of vaccines, evaluating treatment methods, studying effects on auditory development and educational progress, studying community perceptions of hearing impairment, and developing programs for training and sustainable service delivery.

-- The complications of COM, are divided into intracranial and extracranial complications; extracranial complications are further divided into extratemporal and intratemporal complications.]]>
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14920MVG103
Learning Objectives:

1. Complete physical exploration of the patient with hearing loss

2. Identify the difference between the different types of hearing loss:

-- Conductive

-- Mixed

-- Neurosensoria

3. Correct interpretation of auxiliary audiologist test for the diagnosis of hearing loss]]>
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Learning Objectives:

-- How to make a diagnosis of Meniere's disease from the patient's history

-- How to treatment Meniere's disease medically

-- Learn the various surgical modalities to treat Meniere's disease]]>
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15425REG103
Additionally, recommendations for patient evaluation, triage and therapeutic management of other forms of dizziness using vestibular and balance therapy, and wellness programs will be presented. A patient guide to safety and fall prevention will be provided for printing and dissemination to patients.

Learning Outcomes:

At the conclusion of the class, students will be able to:

1. Discuss the growth trend in the aging population from 1950 to 2050

2. Name 3 common causes of dizziness and vertigo

3. List 3 medical conditions that contribute to an elevated Risk of Falling (ROF)

4. Describe 2 in-office screening procedures to identify fall risk]]>
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15515FW101
Learning Objectives:

-- The student will be able to relate the structural features of the external and middle ear to their function in the processing of acoustic stimuli.

-- The student will be able to use the knowledge of cochlear structure and function to understand the clinical presentation of congenital and acquired hearing loss.

-- The student will be able to relate the structure of the central auditory pathways to their functional role in the processing of acoustic stimuli.

]]>
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15616RWS101


Learning Objectives:



discuss non-auditory effects of hearing impairment



describe the most important features contained in modern hearing aids



list components of comprehensive auditory rehabilitation beyond wearable amplification
]]>
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1573NP204
Learning Objective:

-- To understand the basic information about the VOR

-- To recognize the importance of the time constant analysis and its meaning

-- To learn how to analyze the effect of visual fixation upon the VOR

-- To know how to perform the sinusoidal harmonic acceleration test

]]>
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1583NP302
Learning Objective:

-- To know how to interpret the rotator chair test

-- To understand when to ask for a rotator chair test

-- To understand the meaning of the visual-vestibular interaction in the assessment of dizzy patients]]>
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1603NP201S
Objetivos de aprendizaje:

- Aprender a preparar al paciente para las pruebas vestibulares

- Identificar las principales fuentes de errores y artefactos en la motilidad ocular pruebas

- Identificar e interpretar las anomalías en los movimientos sacádicos, la persecución lisa y OKN pruebas

]]>
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1613NP202S
Objetivos de aprendizaje:

-- Aprender a diferenciar entre el periférico y central espontáneo, nistagmo posicional y

-- Identificar los diferentes tipos de nistagmo posicional en la evaluación de la respuesta en diferentes posiciones

-- Para entender el significado de la cabeza nistagmo, movimientos bruscos y vibraciones nistagmo inducido en el contexto de la compensación vestibular

]]>
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Objetivos de aprendizaje:

-- Aprender a diferenciar una paresia del canal anormal y la forma de diagnosticar una arreflexia unilateral mediante la realización de la prueba de hielo de agua

-- Para entender el significado de la preponderancia direccional

-- Para aprender a diagnosticar Vestibulopatía bilaterales sobre la base de resultados de la prueba calórica

-- Reconocer las anomalías centrales en la prueba calórica

]]>
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1643NP204S
Objetivo de aprendizaje:

-- Para entender la información básica sobre el VOR

-- Reconocer la importancia del análisis constante de tiempo y su significado

-- Aprender a analizar el efecto de fijación visual sobre el VOR

-- Para saber cómo realizar la prueba sinusoidal armónica aceleración

]]>
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1653NP302S
Objetivo de aprendizaje:

-- Conocer la forma de interpretar la prueba de los rotadores silla

-- Para entender el momento de pedir un examen de los rotadores silla

-- Para entender el significado de la interacción visual-vestibular en la evaluación de los pacientes con vértigo]]>
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16620JW101
Learning Objectives:

-- Learn the different available implantable hearing devices already FDA-approved, as well as those in clinical trials.

-- Learn the audiological indications for such implants.

-- Learn the surgical techniques, results, and potential complications.]]>
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16727DSO101
-- Domestic violence indicators in a clinical setting

-- The health care provider?s role in domestic violence screening

-- RADAR - A practical medical screening tool

-- Resources for health care providers and victims or families of victims of domestic violence

-- Screening vignette]]>
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Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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17629IHCT102
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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17729IHCT103
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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17829IHCT104
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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17929IHCT105
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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18029IHCT106
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.
]]>
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18129IHCT201
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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18229IHCT202
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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18329IHCT203
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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18429IHCT204
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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18529IHCT301
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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18629IHCT302
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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18729IHCT303
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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18829IHCT304
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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18929IHCT305
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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19029IHCT306
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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19129IHCT307
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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19229IHCT308
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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19329IHCT309
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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19429IHCT310
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.]]>
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Part I will review anatomy and physiology, common vestibular disorders, patient preparation and diagnostic applications.

Part II will provide the techniques, protocols and interpretation of Ocular Motor, Gaze and Head shake testing.

Part III will present a comprehensive discussion of all aspects of BPPV with clinical demonstration videos of appropriate techniques of modified Hallpike testing and reliable positional testing procedures. Good biomechanics ensuring patient and administrator comfort and safety during the testing is highlighted with emphasis on Pearls and Pitfalls of protocols and interpretation.

]]>
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This four part course will provide a comprehensive overview of the use and interpretation of VideoNystagmography (VNG). Each component of the series goes in-depth as to testing techniques and interpretation. The goal is to provide a virtual experience for both new and experienced practitioners to enhance their knowledge and skill in conducting and interpreting VNGs.

Part I - will review anatomy and physiology, common vestibular disorders, patient preparation and diagnostic applications.

Part II - will provide the techniques, protocols and interpretation of Ocular Motor, Gaze and Head shake testing.

Part III - will present a comprehensive discussion of all aspects of BPPV with clinical demonstration videos of appropriate techniques of modified Hallpike testing and reliable positional testing procedures. Good biomechanics ensuring patient and administrator comfort and safety during the testing is highlighted with emphasis on Pearls and Pitfalls of protocols and interpretation.

Part IV - caloric testing]]>275.00275.00275.00275.00275.001.00640360640360EnglishTRUE20933IHCT103s
Por favor, tenga en cuenta: El Técnico Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos pueden ser comprados individualmente por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de estudios completo para los $ 795 USD. El programa de estudios completo consta de 20 cursos (programas de estudio 20 horas reloj) e incluye todos los materiales perdurables, así como el examen final del certificado. Para inscribirse en el programa IHCT, descargar el formulario de solicitud en http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf y enviar por correo electrónico a info @ aicme.com.]]>
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Por favor, tenga en cuenta: El Técnico Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos pueden ser comprados individualmente por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de estudios completo para los $ 795 USD. El programa de estudios completo consta de 20 cursos (programas de estudio 20 horas reloj) e incluye todos los materiales perdurables, así como el examen final del certificado. Para inscribirse en el programa IHCT, descargar el formulario de solicitud en http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf y enviar por correo electrónico a info @ aicme.com.]]>
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21133IHCT106s
Por favor, tenga en cuenta: El Técnico Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos pueden ser comprados individualmente por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de estudios completo para los $ 795 USD. El programa de estudios completo consta de 20 cursos (programas de estudio 20 horas reloj) e incluye todos los materiales perdurables, así como el examen final del certificado. Para inscribirse en el programa IHCT, descargar el formulario de solicitud en http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf y enviar por correo electrónico a info @ aicme.com.]]>
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21233IHCT101s
Tenga en cuenta: Los Técnico Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos se pueden adquirir de forma individual por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de estudios completo para $ 795 USD. El programa de estudios completo consta de 20 cursos (planes de estudio 20 horas reloj) e incluye todos los materiales duraderos, así como el examen final del certificado. Para inscribirse en el programa IHCT, descargar el formulario y correo electrónico a info @ aicme.com .

1. Todos los cursos son asíncronas, disponible 24-7, y no tienen que ser tomadas en un momento específico. No hay problemas de programación de día o la hora.

2. Cada curso es de aproximadamente una hora de duración. No es un examen automático al final de cada curso que inmediatamente partituras, permitiendo al estudiante para revisar su desempeño.

3. Los cursos son en forma de materiales duraderos. Los estudiantes posee y poseen el curso y los materiales.

4. Cursos, materiales, vídeos, folletos y materiales de lectura pueden descargarse en los ordenadores personales o teléfonos inteligentes, iPads y observaron en cualquier momento.

5. Facultad de instrucciones dentro de los cursos ha sido diseñado específicamente para una experiencia de aprendizaje mejorado. No sólo están registrados conferencias, pero se han construido para maximizar la experiencia de aprendizaje a través de las tecnologías basadas en la web.

costo

El técnico de Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos pueden ser comprados individualmente por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de]]>

Requisitos para los estudiantes:

Planes de estudio 1.El fue diseñado para los estudiantes con no más de una (escuela secundaria) la educación secundaria y no de fondo es necesaria en la salud auditiva.

2. El programa está diseñado para IHCT Certficants para trabajar bajo la supervisión directa de un audiólogo, Otolarnygologist (ENT), médico u otro profesional de la salud titulados avanzada apropiado (Internacional).

3. Se requiere que los estudiantes tengan un supervisor o preceptor. Se recomienda que durante sus estudiantes de cursos se proporcionan experiencia y la formación de observación y práctica, si es posible.

4. No hay cuota de solicitud.

5. Los futuros estudiantes deben completar el formulario de Solicitud-Registro y asegúrese de incluir el nombre y la información de su supervisor-preceptor en contacto.

Requisitos técnicos:

Ordenador compatible con Windows o Apple OSX. Conexión a Internet de banda ancha con 1,5 Mbps o mayor velocidad de descarga.]]>
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Tenga en cuenta: Los Técnico Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos se pueden adquirir de forma individual por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de estudios completo para $ 795 USD. El programa de estudios completo consta de 20 cursos (planes de estudio 20 horas reloj) e incluye todos los materiales duraderos, así como el examen final del certificado. Para inscribirse en el programa IHCT, descargar el formulario y correo electrónico a info @ aicme.com .]]>
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Tenga en cuenta: Los Técnico Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos se pueden adquirir de forma individual por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de estudios completo para $ 795 USD. El programa de estudios completo consta de 20 cursos (planes de estudio 20 horas reloj) e incluye todos los materiales duraderos, así como el examen final del certificado. Para inscribirse en el programa IHCT, descargar el formulario de solicitud en http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf y enviar por correo electrónico a info @ aicme.com.]]>
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Tenga en cuenta: Los Técnico Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos se pueden adquirir de forma individual por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de estudios completo para $ 795 USD. El programa de estudios completo consta de 20 cursos (planes de estudio 20 horas reloj) e incluye todos los materiales duraderos, así como el examen final del certificado. Para inscribirse en el programa IHCT, descargar el formulario de solicitud en http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf y enviar por correo electrónico a info @ aicme.com.]]>
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Tenga en cuenta: Los Técnico Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos se pueden adquirir de forma individual por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de estudios completo para $ 795 USD. El programa de estudios completo consta de 20 cursos (planes de estudio 20 horas reloj) e incluye todos los materiales duraderos, así como el examen final del certificado. Para inscribirse en el programa IHCT, descargar el formulario de solicitud en http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf y enviar por correo electrónico a info @ aicme.com.]]>
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Tenga en cuenta: Los Técnico Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos se pueden adquirir de forma individual por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de estudios completo para $ 795 USD. El programa de estudios completo consta de 20 cursos (planes de estudio 20 horas reloj) e incluye todos los materiales duraderos, así como el examen final del certificado. Para inscribirse en el programa IHCT, descargar el formulario de solicitud en http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf y enviar por correo electrónico a info @ aicme.com.]]>
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Tenga en cuenta: Los Técnico Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos se pueden adquirir de forma individual por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de estudios completo para $ 795 USD. El programa de estudios completo consta de 20 cursos (planes de estudio 20 horas reloj) e incluye todos los materiales duraderos, así como el examen final del certificado. Para inscribirse en el programa IHCT, descargar el formulario de solicitud en http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf y enviar por correo electrónico a info @ aicme.com.]]>
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Tenga en cuenta: Los Técnico Internacional de La audición (IHCT) cursos se pueden adquirir de forma individual por $ 59 USD o como parte de un plan de estudios completo para $ 795 USD. El programa de estudios completo consta de 20 cursos (planes de estudio 20 horas reloj) e incluye todos los materiales duraderos, así como el examen final del certificado. Para inscribirse en el programa IHCT, descargar el formulario de solicitud en http://aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf y enviar por correo electrónico a info @ aicme.com.]]>
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