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Training & Education

Recordings of COVID-19 support webinars are available on demand here.

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  • > Featured Webinars

    There’s Something More for Everyone NEW

    Chalese Buttars, AuD

    Oticon continues to expand the potential of our Polaris™ platform, giving professionals the opportunity to help their patients hear better and improve the quality of their lives. In this course we introduce these new options and review the BrainHearing™ benefits of our key technologies.

     

    Open Up To Life All Around NEW

    Amanda Lawrence, AuD

    At Oticon, we believe in helping all people with hearing loss through their journey to better hearing. Understanding their needs and challenges, we strive to provide access to the complete sound picture, superior sound quality and integrate more seamlessly into their everyday lives. In this course we explore the expanded range of products on the Polaris™ platform to accomplish this goal.

     

    Genie 2: Navigating Oticon’s Fitting Software

    Chalese Buttars, AuD

    Oticon’s fitting software, Genie 2, is designed to assist hearing care professionals achieve successful fittings and manage follow up visits effectively. In this course we will cover the basic steps to effectively program Oticon hearing instruments and review additional fitting tools available for fine-tuning or customizing individual fittings.

  • > Pediatrics

    Pediatrics: Life-changing Technology Dedicated to Childhood  NEW

    Karla Quinones, AuD, CCC-A

    A child’s experiences are filled with sound, conversations and interactions vital to their growth. In this course we will explore our life-changing technology designed with children in mind. Our advanced signal processing strategy gives children with hearing loss access to all relevant sounds in the sound scene to help them unleash the magic of childhood.

     

    Parent Perspective on Remote Hearing Care: Opportunities to Promote Self-Determination NEW

    Dave Gordy, PhD & Catherine Moyer, AuD

    The use of remote hearing care has been shown to provide benefits for professionals, patients and their families. Parents of preschool-aged children who wear hearing aids were interviewed to understand their experiences using the Oticon remote hearing care application with their clinical audiologist.

     

    Personal Protection Equipment and Students with Hearing Loss 

    Dave Gordey, PhD 

    Children with hearing loss returning to school may encounter teachers and other school‑based professionals who will be using personal protective equipment (PPE). This webinar will share data on the effect of different PPE on audibility for students with hearing loss.

     

    Hearing Aids for Children and Teens: Tips and Tricks for Successful Fittings

    Dave Gordey, PhD  

    This course reflects upon best practice in pediatric amplification and will discuss practical clinical strategies when following clinical guidelines. Meeting DSL targets, choice of test signal, applications of the RECD, and considerations for open/thin tube hearing device fittings for children will be discussed.

  • > Technology and the Patient

    Genie 2: Advanced Fitting Tools to Customize Fittings for Individual Patients

    Lana Ward, AuD 

    In this course, we will discuss how Oticon’s Genie 2 fitting software offers numerous opportunities to customize and personalize fittings using built-in tools and features. We will cover how busy hearing care professionals can effectively use these tools and features to successfully fine-tune and validate Oticon instrument fittings for their patients.

     

    The Audiology of Oticon More 

    Don Schum, PhD 

    Oticon has long distinguished itself in creating cutting edge solutions for the most difficult problems faced by persons with hearing impairment. With the release of Oticon More, we are again introducing new approaches to allow for the highest levels of performance for users. In this course, we will describe the design and performance of our new core features, MoreSound Intelligence™ and MoreSound Amplifier™.

     

    Making Patients Ready for Amplification

    Don Schum, PhD 

    Many patients who seek out information about amplification may not be truly ready to be fit. In this course, we examine the mindset of the potential first time user and discuss approaches to make the patient ready to be a successful, long‑time user.

  • > Connectivity

    Oticon Connectivity Options in a Changing World

    Amanda Greenwell, AuD

    Technology has become an integral part of our everyday lives. These innovations have changed the way we connect with the world around us. In this seminar we will review how Oticon’s connectivity options can add additional opportunities to improve the signal-to-noise ratio and provide technology-based conveniences.

  • > Tinnitus

    Person‑Centered Care in Tinnitus Management

    Cherilee Rutherford, AuD

    This course will provide a basic introduction to 3 practical tools that clinicians can use to help deliver person centered care to tinnitus patients.

     

Learn more about the complete selection of online courses from Oticon.

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The Expert's Forum
with Douglas L. Beck, AuD

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    This series features in‑depth discussions on topics related to cognitive and auditory function between Dr. Douglas L. Beck, AuD, Vice President of Academic Sciences at Oticon, Inc. and health care experts.

  • Managing Musicians and Music-Induced
    Hearing Loss

    Presenters: Dr. Douglas L. Beck
    and Marshall Chasin, AuD

  • Pediatric Audiology: Examining the LMH test to monitor listening

    Presenters: Dr. Douglas L. Beck
    and Jane Madell, PhD

  • Update on HIA Initiatives for the Hearing Care Industry

    Presenters: Dr. Douglas L. Beck
    and Gary Rosenblum

  • Update on Hearing Loops
    and Telecoils

    Presenters: Dr. Douglas L. Beck
    and Juliette Sterkens, AuD

  • What are Best Practices?

    Presenters: Dr. Douglas L. Beck
    and Michael Valente PhD

  • Issues in Pediatrics, Hearing,
    Listening and Cognition

    Presenters: Dr. Douglas L. Beck
    and Dr. Carol Flexer

  • Issues in Otology and
    Neurotology

    Presenters: Dr. Douglas L. Beck
    and Dr. James Benecke

  • Music, Hearing and
    the Human Brain

    Presenters: Dr. Douglas L. Beck
    and Dr. Nina Kraus

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