Vestibular and Balance Disorders Workshop

Salus University Osborne College of Audiology in collaboration with National Institute for Speech and Hearing (NISH), Trivandrum, is offering a Vestibular and Balance Disorders Workshop in Trivandrum, India.

The workshop in collaboration with NISH will be offered November 29 through December 2, 2018. Early registration rates will be available until September 15, 2018.

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November 29, 2018 - December 2, 2018

National Institute of Speech and Hearing NISH Road Akkulam-Ulloor Road Sreekaryam P.O. Trivandrum - 695017 Kerala, India 

Lead Faculty
Anne Hogan, AuD, PhD
Darren M. Whelan, MSc

Sarah Reese
Learn More About Anne Hogan, AuD, PhD
Anne Hogan, MS, PhD, is an Assistant Professor and Clinical Audiologist within the School of Audiology in the College of Health Professions at Pacific University, in Hillsboro, Oregon. Dr. Hogan’s role is divided between didactic instruction, research, administrative work, and clinical supervision of students. While she sees patients across the spectrum, her clinical focus is on working within an interprofessional team to evaluate adults with dizziness and balance disorders, especially ones who have not been successfully responded to treatment. Dr. Hogan completed her clinical degree in 2002 from Southwest Missouri State University, and received her initial clinical training and experience at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina. She went on to complete her research training in 2013 from James Madison University. Her research is centered on developing ways to both objectively measure outcomes of vestibular rehabilitation therapy, and to objectively and efficiently measure balance and vestibular function for epidemiologic studies. Additional areas of interest include improving education in the realm of Vestibular Assessment and Rehabilitation, and creating stronger interprofessional collaborations in the classroom, clinic, and in research. 
Learn More About Darren Whelan, MSc
Darren M. Whelan, MSc, is an International Clinical Trainer for the Interacoustics Academy in Middelfart, Denmark. Mr. Whelan's is a representative clinician from the Interacoustics Academy in global clinical training in all audiological diagnostic solutions, with specific global responsibility for continuous professional development, training and clinical utility of vestibular and balance assessment and rehabilitation. Working with Key Opinion Leaders in vestibular science and clinical assessment. Mr. Whelan finished his Master of Science (Health Science) in 2007 with Distinction and then his Master of Science (Clinical Research) in 2008 also with Distinction. He has been involved in the design, ethical approval, set-up and clinical study delivery of the following National Institute of Health research portfolio adopted commercially funded studies.