2017 G. Paul Moore Symposium Program Evaluation
Thank you for attending the 39th annual G. Paul Moore Symposium. We hope you enjoyed this year's presentations! Please complete this short program evaluation. We value and appreciate your feedback.
Day 1: Thursday, February 2nd
Dr. Rene Gifford on “Improving cochlear implant patient outcomes: clinical, technological, and scientific factors”
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1) Describe the cochlear implant labeled indications and the non-traditional auditory profiles that hold potential for deriving benefit from cochlear implantation.
2) Describe the clinical audiological and medical/surgical factors that are significantly correlated with patient outcomes.
3) Describe cochlear implant internal device, external sound processor, and combined implant and hearing aid technology that significantly impact patient outcomes for speech understanding, music perception, and spatial hearing abilities.
4) Describe the underlying mechanisms (auditory, multisensory, and neurocognitive) that hold promise for helping us predict postoperative outcomes.
Day 2: Friday, February 3rd
Dr. Lyn Turkstra on “Cognitive-communication disorders in adolescents and adults with TBI: What can we do and when should we do it?”
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Summarize common cognitive and communication profiles of adults with cognitive-communication disorders.
Apply a theory-based framework to identify targets and ingredients in my own practice.
Link cognitive and communication profiles to instructional methods used in rehabilitation of adults with cognitive-communication disorders.
Identify best instructional methods for specific practical intervention targets.
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