Webinar: A Home Based Model of Cochlear Implantation: The Role of Telepractice
This webinar provides an overview of research done by the HEARing Cooperative Research Centre to develop processes, protocols and procedures for home-based delivery of remote audiological services. This delivery utilises current online technologies such as video conferencing and remote access software.
The webinar features insights into the research done by the HEARing CRC to assess the viability of remote cochlear implant mapping and hearing assessments.
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Duration: 42 minutes
Learning Objectives for this webinar are:
- Describing the processes, protocols and procedures required for the delivery of remote audiological services; and
- Understanding the research done by the HEARing CRC to assess the viability of remote cochlear implant mapping and remote hearing assessments.
This is a recording of a webinar originally presented in July 2013 as part of Cochlear’s and The Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children’s Hope Lecture Series.
There is no quiz or Certificate of Completion for this webinar.
- Remote Cochlear Implant Mapping (Training Module)
- Paediatric hearing assessment with teleaudiology
- Using telepractice to improve outcomes for children and adults with hearing loss.