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From: clarkmar at class.class.org (Marsha S. Clark)
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Subject: Otolaryngology & Pediatrics Meeting
Date: 9 Mar 1995 10:36:55 -0800
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     AUDITORY TESTING IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
Section on Otolaryngology with the Section on Pediatrics
     The New York Academy of Medicine
     1216 Fifth Avenue
     New York NY 10029

Wednesday, March 15, 1995 at 8:00 p.m.
Reception and Dinner at 6:30 p.m.

Educational Objective: This program will enable the physician who treats
children to become familiar with currently recommended indications for formal
hearing testing of infants and preschool children, based on risk factors for 
hearing loss; and to learn about advantages and limitations of the various 
techniques available for testing this age group, so that the results of testing
 can be appropriately assessed.

Speakers: Risk Factors for Hearing Loss
          Nancy Sculeratti, M.D.
          Director of Pediatric Otolaryngology
          New York University School of Medicine
          
          Behavioral Audiomety
          Jane Madell, Ph.D.
          Director Audiology
          Long Island College Hospital
          Downstate Medical Center

          Frequency Specific Evoked Response Testing
          David Stapells, Ph.D.
          Director, Auditory Potentials Laboratory
          Albert Einstein College of Medicine

          Otoacoustic Emissions
          Antonia Maxon, Ph.D.
          Professor of Audiology
          University of Connecticut School of Communications Sciences


The New York Academy of Medicine is accredited by the Medical Society of the 
State of New York (MSSNY) to sponsor continuing medical education for 
physicians.  The Academy designates this program as meeting the criteria for 
one hour of hour of Category 1 credit for the Physicians' Recognition Award
of the A.M.A.

For reservations and fee information please call 212-876-8200 ext.272
                                               
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Marsha S. Clark
New York Academy of Medicine Library
clarkmar at class.org




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