HEAL 2020 - HEaring Across the Lifespan
The conference is ready to go. In HEAL 2020 the program promises to be just as exciting and fulfilling as in the previous meetings.
About 310 communications will be presented from a panel of speakers among the most qualified top-notch researchers and clinicians worldwide.
The Scientific Program is divided into 48 sessions (oral communications), including special sessions, mini-symposia and invited lectures. An impressive Poster Session will complement the oral presentations in order to offer the possibility to exchange ideas and personal and direct data between delegates and presenters.
HEAL Conferences (also known as the Lake Como Conferences) have long been known for being a place to meet with old colleagues, make new contacts and friends with some 400 to 500 colleagues from – literally – all around the world.
These international events offer an invaluable opportunity for attendees to hear about and experience the latest technologies in hearing care, evidence-based research and best practices to improve the quality of life for the hearing impaired, enhancing cooperation and exchange among all those who are part of this multifaceted community, in a truly international and multidisciplinary forum exploring all domains ranging from infant to adult hearing.
The Scientific Program typically includes some 300 presentations from a panel of speakers among the most qualified top-notch researchers and clinicians worldwide. In HEAL 2020 the program promises to be just as exciting and fulfilling as in the previous meetings.
To develop the spirit of the Conference, the program schedule is arranged to maximize opportunities for interaction among attendees and leading exhibitors.
The Program will be complemented by a comprehensive exhibit. Ample time will be allowed for all participants to visit the exhibits and speak with exhibit representatives.
Most promising, and not to be missed, are also the presentations included in the New Technologies Area.
The American Jornal of Audiology has recently published a Special Issue reporting a few select papers from the HEAL 2018 Conference.
Last but not least, the enchanting and magic surroundings of the Lake Como are the ideal background scenario that will make HEAL 2020 an unforgettable experience, once again.
Ferdi Grandori (Chairman)
Institute of Electronics, Information Engineering and Telecommunication
Dept. of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering, Polytechnic of Milan, Italy
Sophia E. Kramer, PhD
at the Amsterdam UMC – location VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
LOOK AT SOME OF THE SPECIAL SESSIONS!
SPEECH-IN- NOISE TESTING WITH DIGITS IN NOISE
Cas Smits (Amsterdam)
Organized by David Moore and Lisa Hunter
Adrian Davis, Mark Haggard, Snezana Filipovic
Organized by the EU SENSE-COG PROJECT
Shelly Chadha (WHO, Geneve)
Round Table and Special Session
AUDITORY PROCESSING DISORDERS
Organized by the European APD Group
and the EFAS APD Working Group
Special Session on
MAKE LISTENING SAFE
Organized by Mark Laureyns and
the WHO World Hearing Forum