Salus University offers two four-day workshops every summer at the Elkins Park campus.
The goal of these workshops is to provide an update on advanced and current science in the specific topic of study for the workshop, review clinical implications, and provide hands-on training using the tools and techniques discussed in order to improve clinical practice. The workshops are designed to have an immediate impact on the participant’s clinical service delivery and are taught by faculty who are distinguished by their expertise in the areas they will teach. Workshop registrants should be current audiology practitioners/educators/clinicians. Each four-day workshop includes lecture and hands-on practicum. AAA and ASHA CEUs will be offered pending approval.
July 21 - 24, 2018
Electrophysiology in Audiology
Lead Faculty: James Hall III, PhD & Robert Harrison, PhD
This four-day advanced workshop begins with a review of basic science and clinical information on auditory system physiology related to otoacoustic emissions (OAE) and the auditory brainstem response (ABR). The workshop then focuses on a discussion of evidence-based test protocols for measurement and analysis of OAEs, ABR evoked with click and tone burst stimuli, burst ABR, auditory steady state response (ASSR), electrocochleography (EcochG), and cortical auditory evoked responses including auditory middle latency response (AMLR), auditory late response, and the P300 response. Particular emphasis will be on hands-on training. Participants are encouraged to bring case studies for review and class discussion.
July 26 – 29, 2018
Vestibular and Balance Disorders: Assessment and Rehabilitation
Lead Faculty: Jamie Bogle, PhD, Bre Myers, AuD, PhD
The objective of this four-day workshop is to provide participants with an understanding of the vestibular and balance systems, underpinnings and the relevance of these parameters in the diagnosis and management of those with vestibular and balance disorders. This workshop will cover topics in anatomy and physiology of the vestibular system, characteristics of nystagmus and oculomotor function and evaluation, principles and methods of balance assessment, basic and advanced rotational chair testing, cervical/ocular vestibular myogenic potentials (oVemp). There will be emphasis on hands-on training and participants will be encouraged to bring case studies for review and class discussion.
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