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Infant Diagnostics Package

AUD$299.7 (incl. GST)
AUD$299.7 (incl. GST)

This purchase contains the complete Infant Diagnostics package. 

By purchasing this set, you will receive the complete set of modules at a discounted rate.

The Infant Diagnostics package includes:

Infant Diagnostics I: Universal Newborn Hearing Screening (UNHS) in Australia

Infant Diagnostics II: Fundamentals of the Infant ABR

Infant Diagnostics III: Understanding Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials

Infant Diagnostics IV: Use of Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials in Infant Diagnostic Audiology

Infant Diagnostics V: Auditory Neuropathy in Infant Diagnostic Audiology, Part 1

Infant Diagnostics VI: Auditory Neuropathy in Infant Diagnostic Audiology, Part 2

Completion of this package entitles the student to the following accredited CPD points:

Audiology Australia: 6.25 CPD points

AcAud: 10 CPD points


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This purchase contains the complete Infant Diagnostics package. 

By purchasing this set, you will receive the complete set of modules at a discounted rate.

The Infant Diagnostics package includes:

Infant Diagnostics I: Universal Newborn Hearing Screening (UNHS) in Australia

Infant Diagnostics II: Fundamentals of the Infant ABR

Infant Diagnostics III: Understanding Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials

Infant Diagnostics IV: Use of Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials in Infant Diagnostic Audiology

Infant Diagnostics V: Auditory Neuropathy in Infant Diagnostic Audiology, Part 1

Infant Diagnostics VI: Auditory Neuropathy in Infant Diagnostic Audiology, Part 2

Completion of this package entitles the student to the following accredited CPD points:

Audiology Australia: 6.25 CPD points

AcAud: 10 CPD points

Courses

Infant Diagnostics - I: Universal Newborn Hearing Screening (UNHS) in Australia

By Dr. Dani Tomlin, Dr. Kelley Graydon, Dr. Peter Carew, Dr. Kirsty Gardner-Berry, and Dr. Katherine Henshall.

This module addresses the important topic of early detection of hearing loss in infants. Newborn hearing screenings are now universal in most parts of Australia. This is a relatively recent scenario, and one which has fundamentally changed the practice of paediatric audiology. The material presented here aims to give participants a good understanding of Universal Newborn Hearing Screening (UNHS) as it operates in Australia and the National Framework, aetiologies of hearing loss, and areas in paediatric audiology, and pathways for diagnosed babies.

Accreditation: AudA – Category 1.2, 1.5 point, AcAud - 1.5 CEP points

Infant Diagnostics - II: Fundamentals of the Infant ABR

By Professor Gary Rance.

The Auditory Brainstem Response – the ABR – has long been part of the audiologist’s toolbox. This module covers some back-to-basics: why do we use the ABR? How do we record an ABR from an infant? What should we consider when looking at results? What affects our recordings?

Accreditation: AudA – Category 1.2, 1 point, AcAud - 1.5 CEP points

Infant Diagnostics - III: Understanding Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials for use with HEARLab

By Dr. Bram Van Dun.

The module provides an introduction outlining why HEARLab’s objective measure of choice is the cortical response, followed by some fundamentals of CAEP physiology in adults and infants. 

Accreditation: AudA – Category 1.2, 1 point, AcAud - 1 CEP points

Infant Diagnostics - IV: Use Of Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials in Infant Diagnostic Audiology

By Dr. Bram Van Dun.

This module will introduce the use of cortical auditory evoked potentials (CAEPs) in infant diagnostic audiology. It will discuss current and upcoming technologies in the clinic.

Accreditation: AudA – Category 1.2, 1 point, AcAud - 1 CEP point

Infant Diagnostics - V: Auditory Neuropathy in Infant Diagnostic Audiology, Part 1

By Professor Gary Rance.

Auditory neuropathy is a clinically important type of hearing impairment in which cochlear outer hair cell function is preserved and measurable, but acoustic information is not relayed accurately through the inner hair cells, auditory nerve or brainstem. This module provides an overview of what AN is, how it presents clinically, and some of the known mechanisms which cause it. Diagnosis of AN is critical in infants who have been diagnosed with permanent hearing losses.

Accreditation: AudA – Category 1.2, 1 point, AcAud - 1 CEP points

Infant Diagnostics - VI: Auditory Neuropathy in Infant Diagnostic Audiology, Part 2

By Professor Gary Rance.

This is the second of two HEARnet Learning modules in the Infant Diagnostic Package on the topic of Auditory Neuropathy. In Part I, you learned what auditory neuropathy is, how it is diagnosed by audiologists, and typical clinical profiles of AN listeners. In this second module, Professor Gary Rance addresses the complex task of managing the audiological needs of these children, the sites-of-lesion which are involved in the disorder, and how this affects clinical management.

Accreditation: AudA – Category 1.2, 0.75 point, AcAud - 1 CEP points