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|Lunch / Welcome and Introductions
|Break Out Sessions
|How to improve advocacy with data and the media?
|How do we improve training for hearing healthcare professionals?
|How can we empower families, educators, communities and the hearing impaired?
|What are the technical challenges and what do we need to overcome them?
|How do we insure best practices and standard of care?
|Discussion of Break Out Sessions and Developing Action Items for CGHH
|Open Forum / Reports from Programs (5 minute each)
|Introduction of Keynote Speaker
|Global Ear & Hearing Health: Where do we start?
|Questions and Conclusion
|Dinner on your own
|SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 Plenary Sessions
|Technology: Harness what we have, get ready for what’s next
|The Ark was made by an amateur, the Titanic by professionals. Having Micro- entrepreneurs to do hearing screening and distribution of hearing aids
|Telehealth in Audiology: Globalization of hearing healthcare services
|Implementing Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Services in the Remote and Rural Islands of the Pacific
|Addressing Neonatal Hearing Loss Burden: a case study of Qatar Summary
|Ricardo Ferreira Bento
|Fitting hearing aids through Telemedicine – How to enhance public policies in Brazil
|Training: How to improve workforce and skills shortages
|David M. Barrs, MD
|Training and success rates for otologic surgery in developing countries
|Audiology Training Models in Developing Countries The Ears Inc experience
|Title: Education without Boundaries: A Global Audiology/Hearing Care Assistant Certificate
|Barry A. Freeman, Ph.D. & Ian M. Windmill, Ph.D.
|Meeting global demand for hearing care with a universal education standard
|Laura Napolitano Peterson
|Uniques Challenges and Solutions for Teacher of the Deaf Training in the Dominican Republic
|Paige Stringer & Martha Harney
|The Ripple Effect of a Powerful Idea — Training the Trainer for Sustainability in Vietnam Summary of presentation
|CBM Strategy 2011-2015 in Ear and Hearing Care
|Glyn Vaughan & Jean Johnson
|All Ears Cambodia
|James D. Smith
|A Spectrum of Ear Disease in a Nigerian General Hospital
|Ricardo Ferreira Bento & Leticia Baraky
|Disabling hearing loss in developing country: population-based cross-sectional study
|Jay C. Buckey
|Hearing Loss and HIV Infection
|Measuring Outcomes: Working toward Best Practices and Ethical Care
|NIH Funding of Global Health Research
|Joanne N. Travers
|Parent Support and Participation
|Gilbert R. Herer
|Intellectual Disabilities Mask Hearing Loss
|M-learning and Empowering hearing Impaired Youth
|Susan Marchese Greco
|Raising Awareness and Donations for NGOs Through Digital and Social Media
|Empowering Families, Educators, and Communities: The Relevance of Family Support Worldwide
|Cheryl DeConde Johnson
|Global Outcomes for Educational Services for Children and Youth who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
|Wrap up and Discussion of Action Items