Coalition for Global Hearing Health
9th International Conference
Working Toward Global Access to Care for Hearing Health
University of Cape Town
27-28 October 2018
http://cghh.usu.edu/ (link not active yet)
Expect podium, poster, and interactive sessions
Internationally recognized guest speakers
Members, who have joined us yearly, interacting
Meeting to be held on the campus of University of Cape Town
All day Saturday October 27th, 2018, a group dinner, and half day Sunday October 28th
Of note the World Congress of Audiology opening ceremony is Sunday afternoon
Our conference will end with plenty of time to join the opening ceremony of the WCS
Kenya Ear, Nose and Throat Society, we would like to invite you to The 26th Annual Scientific Conference to be held from 16th – 19th May, 2018 at The Sarova Woodlands Hotel, Nakuru (Kenya).
After immense success of 1st Word Congress, we are pleased to inform you that Sound Hearing 2030 under the aegis of Society for Sound Hearing with support from CBM and Komnas 2030 is organizing 2nd World Congress on Ear and Hearing Care scheduled to be held from 18th -20th April, 2018 at Hotel Stone, Bali, Indonesia. The theme for the Congress is “Sharing and Caring for sustainable Accessible Community Ear and Health Programs”.
The Congress will focus on sustainable community ear and hearing care.
2nd Sound Hearing 2030 World Congress is rescheduled to 20th -22nd Feb 2019due to threat of volcano eruption
4th WORLD CONFERENCE ON COCHLEAR IMPLANTATION IN EMERGING NATIONS
Under the auspices of GCIAN – the Global Cochlear Implant access Network
October 31 – November 2, 2018
54th ANNUAL SOUTH AFRICAN ENT CONFERENCE and
October 28 – November 1, 2018
34th WORLD CONFERENCE IN AUDIOLOGY
October 28 – October 31, 2018
CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA
Public Health Planning for Hearing Impairment run by the International Centre for Evidence in Disability at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, in collaboration with local partners have just published material in ENT and Audiology News (Nov/Dec issue).
The theme of this issue is public health aspects of hearing loss.
The courses are supported by CBM and other donors.
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