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Below you find an overview of all the sessions held at the Cochlear Nordic Symposium 2019 and the collected presentations that are approved to share.

Day 1 - Wednesday January 23rd

09.30-09.40

Welcome
Lotta Vedholm, General Manager, Cochlear Nordics

 

 

Session 1: Research and Innovation - Driving Performance

09.40-10.05

Global perspective and insights in Cochlear´s long term strategy
Richard Brook, Cochlear EMEA & Latin America

 

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10.05-10.35

 

Can functional near infrared spectroscopy help predict and monitor cochlear implant outcome?
Prof. Douglas Hartley, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK

 

 

 

11.00-11.30

 

Changes and challenges in indications, combined with assessments of complications in bone conduction systems
Dr Myrthe Hol, Radboud University Medical Centre, Netherlands

 

 

 

11.30-11.55

 

Clinical experience with the CI532 – Surgical aspects, hearing preservation, ECAPs and speech recognition
Dr Filip Asp, Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden

 

 

 

11.55-12.15

 

Hearing preservation with a new slim modiolar electrode
Dr Aarno Dietz, Kuopio University Hospital, Finland

 

 

 

Session 2: Evolution in Hearing Rehabilitation

13.30-14.30

Aging, Hearing, and Public Health – Translating Epidemiologic Insights to Clinical Trials and Public Policy in the United States
Prof. Frank Lin, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA

 

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14.30-15.00

Prevention of Deafness and Hearing Loss
Prof. Andrew Smith, London School of hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK

 

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15.15-15.45

Severe-to-profound hearing impairment: demographic data, gender differences and benefits of audiological rehabilitation
Ms Satu Turunen-Taheri, Karolinska University Hospital/Karolinska Institute, Sweden

 

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15.45-16.15

Is cochlear implantation the new treatment for dementia?
Dr Charlie Huins, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, UK

 

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Day 2 - Thursday January 24th

Session 3 - Healthcare challenges and building sustainable care models

 08.30-09.00

Inspirational Speaker - The story of an ear witness
Dr Lennart Arlinger, Sweden

 

 

 09.00-09.30

How connectivity can enable new care models; insights into the future of implant care
Mr Luke Crowe, Cochlear Ltd, Australia

 

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09.30-10.00

Prepared for the future - A sustainable service model
Ms Tracey Twomey, Head of Service Nottingham Auditory Implant Programme, UK

 

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10.20-10.50

 

Patient Privacy and Clinic Compliance in a GDPR World
Mr Stephen Bolinger, Cochlear Ltd, Australia

 

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10.50-11.20

Tele audiology - new ways of patient engagement
Dr Miguel Angel Aranda de Toro, GN Hearing, Denmark

 

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Breakout: CI Clinical & Technical  

12.45-13.25

Listening to music through a CI: It is not so bad after all!
Prof. Jeremy Marozeau, Technical University of Denmark

 

 

13.25-13.55

Assessing the benefits of bilateral cochlear implants in complex listening environments
Dr Ville Sivonen, Helsinki University Central Hospital, Finland

 

 

13.55-14.25

First results with the virtual reality spatial discrimination tool in sequentially implanted children
Dr Cristina Simoes-Franklin, National Hearing Implant and Research Centre, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, Ireland

 

 

14.45-15.15

Evidence-based Bimodal Fitting
Ms Tracey Adams, Cochlear Europe Ltd, UK

 

 

15.15-15.40

Trauma detection during CI surgery using objective measures and imaging
Dr Ralf Greisiger, Oslo University Hospital, Norway

 

 

15.40-16.00

Changes ahead in reliability reporting
Dr Barry Nevison, Cochlear Europe Ltd, UK

 

 

 

Breakout: New adventures in Baha

   

12.45-13.05

A better fit starts inside
Ms Tracey Adams, Cochlear Europe Ltd, UK 

 

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13.05-13.25

Baha SoundArc - hearing and speech understanding with an alternative to the softband
Prof. Martin Kompis, Inselspital Bern, Switzeland

 

 

13.25-14.05

Binaural hearing with bone conduction stimulation
Prof. Stefan Stenfelt, Linköpings University, Sweden

 

 

14.05-14.30

Single center experience of 100 implantations of transcutaneous bone conduction
Prof. Jaydip Ray, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, UK

 

 

15.00-15.30

National BCD guideline - is there a need to improve quality?
Dr Myrthe Hol, Radboud University Medical Centre Nijmegen, Netherlands

 

 

15.30-16.00

Challenges with bone conduction
Ms Theres Björk, Cochlear Bone Anchored Solutions, Sweden

 

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