European Symposium for Paediatric Cochlear Implantation: ESPCI 2023! In Rotterdam: May 31-June3

Not long to go… until ESPCI 2023!

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It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that the board of ESPCI 2023  invite you to the 16th edition of the European Symposium on Pediatric Cochlear Implantation, 31 May – 3 June 2023, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The organization of ESPCI2023 is a joint venture of the Radboud university medical center in Nijmegen and Erasmus MC Sophia Children’s Hospital in Rotterdam. We are looking forward to welcome you – in real-life again – in Rotterdam, the Netherlands!

Emmanuel Mylanus, President of the executive board

“It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that I am president of ESPCI2023. We strive to make it the most innovative and sustainable conference in hearing!”                                                                                                                             

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Exciting and innovative topics:

  • Hearing and the developing Brain(topics: indications, SSD, Vestibular function, ANSD, Bimodal/Bilateral, cognition, objective measures and etiology)
  • Novel implants, therapies and fitting(topics: (robotic) surgery, image guided electrode choice, fitting, fitting EAS, imaging, vestibular implant, hearable devices, otogenetic/molecular therapies, artificial intelligence, Big data, personalized therapy)
  • Growing up with CI(topics: Rehabilitation, Psychosocial development, education/career, quality of life, speech-language development, Daily CI use, sign language development, patient participation)
  • Sustainable and green(topics: Economic issues, public health issues, global CI, sustainable care, green health care, spread and accessibility to technology)

CIICA will be there – see you there!

CIICA SESSION – SUSTAINABLE SERVICES lAn infant implanted today may need 100 years of CI support to enable them to communicate throughout their lives, An audiologist, CI user, educator and public policy expert will explore the very real challenges that this entails for individuals, families, CI services and society. Whose responsibility is this and how do we deliver what is needed for the future? Come and join us for this lively interactive session.