Because of the recent surge in COVID-19 and the increased demand on health care systems and workers, the Australasian Newborn Hearing Screening (ANHS) Committee is postponing the national online workshop:
Screening beyond UNHS: Working Towards Consensus
Virtual 1 Day Interactive Workshop
Friday 22 July 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.
The program will include formal presentations and participation by attendees in interactive facilitated sessions, which will guide the process on seeking a consensus on approaches to detection of hearing loss beyond UNHS in Australasia.
We look forward to your participation, and encourage you to share this with others who may be interested in engaging with this event.
The program is now available from this link.
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.
Registrations are now open on the NextSense Institute website from this link.
Sponsorship Opportunities are available and more information is available here: NHS 2022_Sponsorship Opportunities
This workshop is sponsored by the Australasian Newborn Hearing Screening Committee (a Committee of Deafness Foundation) and is being hosted as an online event by NextSense Institute.
We welcome our 2022 Sponsorship partners: