Learn about topics important to hearing healthcare professionals from the comfort of your desktop computer or mobile device through IHS Webinars. Each presentation is 60 minutes long and is complimentary for anyone to attend. Most IHS Webinars are also available for CE credit, which requires that the CE applicant register for and attend the webinar, submit a completed CE exam/quiz with payment, and receive a satisfactory score.
Are you building key relationships with physicians?
Join us for an in-depth look at how hearing healthcare professionals can build mutually beneficial relationships with physicians. Expert presenter, Bob Tysoe, Owner of the Hearing Healthcare Marketing Co., will present an overview on building business-to-business marketing strategies that focus on maximizing profits and improving the quality of life for patients.
Presented: February 22, 2017, 12:00PM ET
Are you utilizing acoustic reflex testing in your practice?
Join us for an in-depth look at acoustic reflex testing common practices and how to implement them within your practice. Expert presenter, Ted Venema, PhD, will present an overview of the methodology, interpretation and clinical uses of acoustic reflex testing.
Presented: January 26, 2017, 12:00PM ET
Are you incorporating personal interaction into your digital marketing plan to maximize sales leads?
Join us for an in-depth look at how to incorporate personal and human touches within your digital marketing plan. Expert presenter, Michelle Smith, President of Source 1 Specialty Services, Inc., will be your guide through this informative presentation as you discover valuable insights on how to utilize personal touches and interactions in a digital world, to help increase sales leads.
Presented: December 13, 2016, 12:00PM ET
Recent evidence suggests hearing loss may predict or accelerate cognitive decline. These findings, especially given the rapidly aging American population, have significant clinical implications for hearing healthcare professionals. Join us and expert presenter, Brian Taylor, AuD, Director of Practice Development and Clinical Affairs for Unitron, for an in-depth overview of the most current hearing loss and dementia prevalence data, as well as the interconnectedness of hearing loss and dementia. This presentation will also provide guidance on how to screen for cognitive decline, modify current hearing aid selection and fitting protocols, as well as provide alternative intervention strategies.
Originally presented: October 25, 2016
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