Cochlear Implant Futures Forum – The Relationship Between Hearing Loss and Depression, Cognition and Dementia

This webinar will be held on the 26 July (in Europe) and 27 July (in Australia) July webinar.

Chair: Gerard O’Donoghue,
Professor of Otology and Neurotology and Consultant Neuro-Otologist at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Craig Buchman,
Lindburg Professor and Head, Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis

Frank Lin,
Director, Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health | Professor of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery

Robert Mandara,
1st Vice President, European Association of Cochlear Implant Users
(EURO-CIU) | Bilateral cochlear implant user

Dakota Bysouth-Young,
Specialist Audiologist, Hearing Implants Australia

Isabelle Mosnier,
ENT surgeon – Deputy head of ENT department, La Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, France

To register, click here

Addressing hearing loss is associated with improvements in overall wellbeing including mental health by enabling people to communicate more easily with others. This can reduce the social isolation and quality of life problems associated with hearing loss. Addressing untreated hearing loss appears to be associated with improved cognition and a reduced risk of dementia.

This webinar will feature presentations from a diverse multi-disciplinary panel of experts. The panel will present real world examples from their own perspective and experience as well as discussing the recommendations from the Consensus Paper in relation to hearing loss and depression, cognition and dementia. Check out the panel for this webinar below and register to attend here. Or you can learn more about the topics covered and future events in the series here.

 

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