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CIICA's Next Events
Next CIICA LIVE Event: Adult CI Rehabilitation, what is needed? Monday, 29 November. Register now!
World Health Organisation launches Hearing Screening: Considerations for Implementation, so important to enable early intervention
What’s new on the website for our global CI Advocacy Community? See below and sign up if you haven’t already and join the 70 organisations and 313 individuals from 44 countries already part of CIICA.
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See the video of Malala’s inspiring story and how to share videos from children and young people with hearing loss. Malala Fund and hearing health not-for-profit Cochlear Foundation, have partnered to raise awareness of hearing loss and remove it as a barrier to education. See ciicanet.org/news
We now have over 40 languages available on our website – go to the top right of home page and choose your language!
British Cochlear Implant Group (BCIG) publishes the latest UK CI data, showing the trends during the pandemic and this challenging time. Their figures over the years are also available. See ciicanet.org/news.
New Resources available: CI Advocacy and The World Report on Hearing. A Briefing and a Synopsis for you to download and use and share. Synopsis available in Dutch, Turkish and Russian. More on the way. Go to ciicanet.org/resources
Research Roundups: we now have 6 research round ups of some of the latest published research papers relevant to our objectives and their key points for advocacy work. We hope that they are helpful and also inspire you to read the full papers! Go to: Research Roundups
The Sound of Misinformation? The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences brings on their Oscar Awards April 25, 2021. “Sound Of Metal,” has been nominated for six awards:what does it convey about CI? See the discussion and have your say too. Read more