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Middle Ear Training and Seminar

The Copthorne Hotel – Merry Hill, Level Street, Brierley Hill, Dudley DY5 1UR
26th, 27th & 28th September 2017 No. 25

Middle Ear Measurement – Tuesday & Wednesday
Diagnostic Audiology – Thursday

Tuesday 26th September 2017

09.30
Registration – tea & coffee

09.50
Introduction to middle ear course

10.00
Anatomy & Physiology
– External & middle ear
– Middle ear muscles
– Eustachian tube

11.00
Refreshment break

11.30
Middle ear pathologies related to
– Admittance measurements
– Reflex measurements & decay
– Eustachian tube function

13.00
Lunch

14.00
Practical session 1
– Otoscopic visualisation
– Hand-held instruments
– Binocular & Video Otoscopy

14.40
Theory of admittance measurement part 1

15.20
Refreshment break & discussion

15.50
What is Tympanometry?

16.20
Practical session 2
– Tympanometry

17.00
Detecting middle ear effusion in children

17.30
Close & questions

Wednesday 27th September 2017
Morning Session

08.00
Resident’s breakfast

09.00
Welcome – tea & coffee

09.10
Middle ear effusion
– How important?
– To treat or not to treat?

09.30
Theory of admittance measurement part 2
– Two component Tympanometry
– Multi frequency probe tones
– Middle ear resonance
– Multi frequency applications

10.10
Questions

10.15
Refreshment break & discussion

10.45
Practical session 3
– Two component Tympanometry
– Middle ear resonance
– Advanced methods for detecting
– Pathology

11.30
Acoustic reflex measurement
– Making the measurements & what do they mean?
– Clinical applications
– Choosing the right equipment for the job

12.10
Practical session 4
– Acoustic reflexes

12.50
Discussion & questions

13.00
Lunch

Wednesday 27th September 2017
Afternoon Session

14.00
Group discussion
– Applying admittance & clinical data

14.25
Limitation of admittance
– Measurements in neonates & the need for higher probe tones

14.45
Admittance measurement in hearing level assessment
– Non organic hearing loss

15.00
Eustachian tubal function testing

15.30
Refreshment break & discussion

16.00
Practical session 5
– Eustachian tubal function testing

16.40
Review of practical results

16.50
Summary & presentation of certificates

17.00
Close & questions

Thursday 28th September 2017

08.00
Resident’s breakfast

09.00
Welcome – tea & coffee

09.15
Update to diagnostic audiology

09.30
Objective Infant Hearing Assessment
-Electroacoustic Measures

10.30
Refreshment break

10.45
Objective Infant Hearing Assessment
-Electroacoustic Measures (cont)

12.00
Lunch

13.00
Objective Infant Hearing Assessment
-Frequency Specific & Conduction ABR
-ASSR Measurement with Demonstration

15.00
Refreshment break

15.15
Auditory Processing Disorders
-Risk Factors & Diagnostic Strategies

16.30
Close, questions & certificates


Registration fees
Full Course – Three Days

Residential
This residential fee includes:
– £800 inc. VAT

Tuition fees
– Three days

Coffee & tea on arrival
– Each day

Morning & afternoon drinks
– Each day

Hot & cold buffet lunch
– Each day

Dinner
– 26th & 27th

Accommodation
– 26th & 27th

English breakfast
– 27th & 28th

.

Non-residential
This non-residential fee includes:
– £600 inc. VAT

Tuition fees
– Three days

Coffee & tea on arrival
– Each day

Morning & afternoon drinks
– Each day

Hot & cold buffet lunch
– Each day

Middle Ear Measurement – Two Days

Residential
This residential fee includes:
– £550 inc. VAT

Tuition fees
– Two days

Coffee & tea on arrival
– Each day

Morning & afternoon drinks
– Each day

Hot & cold buffet lunch
– Each day

Dinner
– 27th

Accommodation
– 27th

English breakfast
– 28th

.

Non-residential
This non-residential fee includes:
– £400 inc. VAT

Tuition fees
– Two days

Coffee & tea on arrival
– Each day

Morning & afternoon drinks
– Each day

Hot & cold buffet lunch
– Each day

Diagnostic Audiology – One Day

Non-residential
This non-residential fee includes:
– £200 inc. VAT

Tuition fees
– One day

Coffee & tea on arrival
– Each day

Morning & afternoon drinks
– Each day

Hot & cold buffet lunch
– Each day

Additional accommodation available on request

Prices listed include VAT @ 20% – VAT Rates at the time of invoicing will be applied


Middle ear course registration form

About the hotel

about-copthorne

The hotel is located close to Birmingham and the Black Country Living Museum – a regular location for the filming of peaky blinders.

The hotel offers, on-site parking, full leisure facilities, well-equipped fitness centre and indoor pool.

All bedrooms have en-suite facilities, tea/coffee making facilities, telephone and satellite TV.

The Hotel is just forty minutes away from Birmingham Airport. There are excellent rail links with the rest of the UK and great access to the M5 and M6 motorways – just a few miles away.

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