11 April

11 April, Monday

Conference Room Ballroom AB

7:45 – 8:45

SPECIAL SESSION

Ida Institute – The Art of Reflection in Hearing Care and the Science of Clinician Wellbeing

N. Comas

Conference Room Ballroom AB

8:45 – 9:00

OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION

Conference Room Ballroom AB

10:30 – 11:30

PERSPEKTYWY MEDYCYNY AWARDS GALA

Conference Room Ballroom AB

11:30 – 11:40

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom AB

11:40-12:40

PANEL DISCUSSION

Audiological Results of ABI

Chairperson: A. Lorens

Panelists: M. Manrique, R. Rajeswaran, M. Polak

Conference Room Ballroom AB

12:40 –12:50

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom AB

12:50 – 13:10

KEYNOTE LECTURE

The Esteem Active Middle Ear Implant

M. Barbara

Conference Room Ballroom AB

13:10 – 14:00

lunch

Conference Room Ballroom AB

13:10 – 14:00

OPEN MEETING FOR THE AFFILIATED SOCIETIES AND THEIR MEMBERS (ISA) – BOARDROOM

Conference Room Ballroom AB

14:00 – 15:00

SPECIAL SESSION

ISfTeH – Teleaudiology and Public Health

Chairperson: P.H. Skarżyński

Panelists: B. Samoliński, G. Juszczyk, M. Gujski, K. Lewtak

Conference Room Ballroom AB

15:00-15:10

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom AB

15:10 – 15:40

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Electrocochleography in CI Subjects

S. Haumann

Conference Room Ballroom AB

15:40 – 15:50

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom AB

15:50 – 16:45

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Implants in Children

Chairpersons: H. Thai-Van, M. Barbara, A. Obrycka 

Secretary: B. Król 

Application of Vibrant Soundbridge in hearing restoration after modified radical mastoidectomies in children

Mrówka M., Porowski M., Skarżyński H., Skarżyński P.H. 

Assessment of the effectiveness of the use of directional microphones in Sonnet 2 processors in children, users of cochlear implant systems

Zawistowska K., Lorens A., Karwat M., Obrycka A., Walkowiak A., Skarzyński P.H., Skarzyński H.

Expert Subjective Assessment of Singing in Children Who Use Cochlear Implants

Brew J., Hassarati R., Petit A.

Relation between speech perception in noise and P300 in young cochlear implant recipients

Gocmenler H., Ciprut A., Hatzopoulos S.

Results of bilateral sequential cochlear implantation in prelingualy deaf children

Obrycka A., Lorens A., Walkowiak A., Grabowska E., Skarżyński H.

Conference Room Ballroom C

7:45 – 8:45

PANEL DISCUSSION

Drug Delivering and Cochlear Implants

Chairperson: M. Manrique

Panelists: C. Vincent, A. della Volpe, M. Manrique

Conference Room Ballroom C

8:45 – 9:00

OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION

Conference Room Ballroom C

9:00 – 10:30

CONGRESS OPENING SESSION

Audiological Aspects of Different Hearing Implants

Chairperson: H. Skarżyński

Speakers: H. Skarzyński, P.H. Skarżyński, A. Lorens

Conference Room Ballroom C

11:00 – 11:30

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Robot-Based Ear Surgery: Does it Improve Audiological Outcomes?

O. Sterkers

Conference Room Ballroom C

11:30 – 11:40

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom C

11:40 – 13:10

SPECIAL SESSION

French Society of Audiology (FSA) – Hearing Impairment in a Society I 

Chairpersons: H. Thai-Van, O. Sterkers

Atraumatic cochlear implant insertion with the robot-assistance of RobOtol®

Nguyen Y., Torres R., Daoudi H., Mosnier I., Sterkers O.

Facial nerve stimulation in adult cochlear implant recipients with a far-advanced otosclerosis

Mosnier I., Tuset M.P., Cyna-Gorse F., Ferrary E., Sterkers O.

Arterial spin labeling brain MRI (ASL-MRI) study to evaluate the impact of deafness on cerebral perfusion in 79 children before cochlear implantation

Coez A., Fillon L., Saitovitch A., Rutten C., Marlin S., Boisgontier J., Vinçon-Leite A., Lemaitre H., Grévent D., Roux C.-J., Dangouloff-Ros V., Levy R., Bizaguet E., Rouillon I., Noël Garabédian E., Denoyelle F., Zilbovicius M., Loundon N., Boddaert N.

Is the Carhart notch a predictive factor of hearing results after stapedectomy?

Schmerber S., Lamblin E., Baguant A., Quatre R.

Reliability of remote pure tone and speech in noise audiometry of cochlear implant recipients with Cochlear Remote Check app

Venail F.

Testing speech intelligibility in noise with the VRB test: results of a large scale prospective observational study in normal hearing and hearing impaired adults

Vincent C., Robier M., Leclerc F., Renard C., Bestel J.

New indications for hearing aids in children: interests and limitations

Dejean F., Guyon C. A., Mondain M.

Training outcomes for audiology students using virtual reality or traditional training methods

Bakhos D., Galvin J., Aoustin J.-M., Robier M., Kerneis S., Bechet G., Montembault N., Laurent S., Godey B., Aussedat C.

Conference Room Ballroom C

13:10 – 14:00

LUNCH

Conference Room Ballroom C

13:30 – 13:50

DOCUMENTARY FILM ‘MY MOONLIGHT SONATA’, SCREENPLAY & DIRECTION B. KACZYŃSKA, MEDICAL CONSULTATION PROF. H. SKARŻYŃSKI, PRODUCTION: INSTITUTE OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF HEARING

Conference Room Ballroom C

13:10 – 14:00

OPEN MEETING FOR THE AFFILIATED SOCIETIES AND THEIR MEMBERS (ISA) – BOARDROOM

Conference Room Ballroom C

14:00 – 15:30

SPECIAL SESSION

French Society of Audiology (FSA) – Hearing Impairment in a Society II

Chairpersons: H. Thai-Van, O. Sterkers

Maturation of the medial olivocochlear efferent system : comparing dyslexic and typically developing children

Thai-Van H., Reynard P., Joly C.A., Le Normand M.T., Veuillet E.

Cervical vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (c-VEMPs) in healthy children: bone vs air conduction results

Wiener-Vacher S.R., Thai-Van H. 

Contributions of new medical genetics technologies in early hearing loss

Marlin S., Serey Gaux M., Balogoun R., Loundon N., Jonard L.

Clinical utility of cortical potentials in programming cochlear implant in children with complex needs

Loundon N., MacAskill M.

Identification of subpopulations of auditory neurons using Auditory-evoked Brainstem Responses and masking

Avan P., Labanca L., Souchal M., Beaud L., Giraudet F.

Electroacoustic changes and patterns of 3T-3D flair MRI of endolabyrinthine spaces in Ménière’s disease

Mom T., Puechmaille M., el – Yagoubi M., Bachelet M., Ben Abdallah E., Mirafzal S.

Speech in noise input in the traditional audiological assessment

Savin J.

Comparison of the French Matrix test outcomes between two conditions of administration in free field: results of a large scale prospective observational study in normal hearing and hearing impaired adults

Bestel J., Legris E., Rembaud F., Mom T.

Intelligibility and audibility at hearing aids output in noisy environment: Class 1 and Class 2 performance comparison

Maillou B., Faiz A., Parietti-Winkler C., Ducourneau J.

Conference Room Ballroom C

15:30 – 15:40

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom C

15:40 – 16:45

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Telemedicine in Audiology

Chairpersons: D. Bakhos, J. Kutyba, D. Pastuszak 

Secretary: A. Krupa 

Clinic or home, does remote fine tuning versus in clinic follow up impact patient outcomes

Sjolander L., Møller K.

Clinically implementing online hearing support

Malmberg M., Skans J., Anióse K., Öberg M.

Experiences of an Internet-based aural rehabilitation (IAR) program for hearing aid users: a qualitative study

Malmberg M., Sundewall Thorén E., Öberg M., Lunner T., Andersson G., Kähäri K.

Telepractice implementation readiness and planning assessment in public-sector using mixed methods

Ramkumar V., Neethi J., Kumar S., Venkatesh L.

The effect of the music integrated phonological awareness program on preschool cochlear implant users

Yılanlı B., Kara H., Kara E., Ataş A.

Turkish number test in noise mobile application development and evaluation of its effectiveness

ÇetinkayaÜ.C., Konukseven Ö.

Conference Room Ballroom D

7:45 – 8:45

PANEL DISCUSSION

Drug Delivering and Cochlear Implants

Chairperson: M. Manrique

Panelists: C. Vincent, A. della Volpe, M. Manrique

Conference Room Ballroom D

8:45 – 9:00

OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION

Conference Room Ballroom D

9:00 – 10:30

CONGRESS OPENING SESSION

Audiological Aspects of Different Hearing Implants

Chairperson: H. Skarżyński

Speakers: H. Skarzyński, P.H. Skarżyński, A. Lorens

Conference Room Ballroom D

11:00 – 11:30

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Towards a Personalized Medicine Based on Genomic Diagnostic Tools

M. Manrique

Conference Room Ballroom D

11:30 –11:40

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom D

11:40 – 12:40

SPECIAL SESSION

Electrocochleography (ECochG) – a Useful Tool the Advanced Audiological Diagnostic
in Challenging Cases

M. Walger

Conference Room Ballroom D

13:10 – 14:00

LUNCH

Conference Room Ballroom D

13:30 – 13:50

DOCUMENTARY FILM ‘MY MOONLIGHT SONATA’, SCREENPLAY & DIRECTION B. KACZYŃSKA, MEDICAL CONSULTATION PROF. H. SKARŻYŃSKI, PRODUCTION: INSTITUTE OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF HEARING

Conference Room Ballroom D

13:10 – 14:00

OPEN MEETING FOR THE AFFILIATED SOCIETIES AND THEIR MEMBERS (ISA) – BOARDROOM

Conference Room Ballroom D

14:00 – 15:50

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Rehabilitation

Chairpersons: L. De Raeve, M. Stankovic, A. Pankowska 

Secretary: M. Dębińska 

Factors influencing mainstream or special educational placement among Polish children with cochlear implants

Zgoda M., LorensA., Obrycka A., Skarżyński H.

Applying the Person-Environment-Occupation Model to explore the participation of employees who are d/Deaf at an institution of higher learning

Moroe N., Matjeke T.

CBM’s contribution towards accessible Primary Ear and Hearing Care: Results from Training of Trainers for Community Health Workers in India

Santana-Hernandez D., Harvest S.

Communication and school readiness abilities of DHH children in South Africa: A retrospective review of EI preschools records

Maluleke N.P., Khoza-Shangase K., Kanji A.

Effects of Covid-19 on people with hearing impairment

Moller K., Sjolander L., Bott A.

Family-Centered Early Intervention for children who are deaf or hard of hearing: An integrative review

Maluleke N.P., Khoza K., Amisha A.

Person Centered Care in Audiology

Hlayisi V.

Quality of life and psychological health in adults with acquired single-sided deafness

Shcherbakova I.L., Megrelishvili S.M., Kuzovkov V.E., Karpishchenko S.A.

Rehabilitation of children with congenital unilateral conductive hearing loss

Agterberg M.

Rehabilitation Professional’s Competence in Differentially Diagnosing Deafblindness from Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Cross-sectional Survey

Moroe N., Masuku K., Shirame L.

Self-acceptance of deaf persons and the subjective assessment of benefits and satisfaction
with a cochlear implant in adults with prelingual deafness

Kobosko J., Geremek-Samsonowicz A., Kochański B., Pankowska A., Skarżyński H.

CONFERENCE ROOM BALLROOM D

15:50 – 16:00

BREAK

CONFERENCE ROOM BALLROOM D

16:00 – 16:45

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Vestibular Functions

Chairpersons: T. Mom, W. Kaźmierczak, G. Tacikowska 

Secretary: S. Mąkosa 

Directional preponderance – its diagnostic value – possibilities and restrictions

Kaźmierczak W., Kaźmierczak H., Janiak-Kiszka J., Śniegocki M.

How bilateral vestibulopathy affects cognition in older adults corrected for hearing status: a prospective cross-sectional study

Bosmans J., Gommeren H., Mertens G., Cras P., Engelborghs S., Van Ombergen A., Vereeck L., Gilles A., Van Rompaey V.

Music-Listening Level Preference in Musicians and Non-Musicians, and Relation to Vestibular Function

Cetinbag O., Couth S., Plack C., Kluk K.

Postural control and perceived handicap in elderly patients with and without vestibular impairment

Krupa A., Tacikowska G., Sosna-Duranowska M., Czajka N., Skarżyński P.H.

Conference Room Ballroom EF

7:45 – 8:45

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Hearing Screening 2

Chairpersons: S. Hatzopoulos, M. Milkov, K. Kochanek

Secretary: J. Bartosik

Accuracy of telemedicine enabled device for screening ear and hearing loss in rural and urban communities of India

Sachdeva S., Bhatnagar K., Beniwal K., Singhal R.

Clinical utility of smartphone-based audiometry for early hearing loss detection in HIV-positive children: A feasibility study

Phanguphangu M., Ross A.J.

Optimal protocol considerations for mHealth supported community-based pre-school hearing screening

Eksteen S., Swanepoel D.

Tablet-based hearing screening device for triaging children below 6 years of age in rural communities – Beta validation of prototype

Joshi B.D., Ramkumar V., Ramya V., Prabhakar A.

Validation of an internet-based digit-in-noise hearing screening test

Malicka A., Hau J., Lowe K., Eaton L., Thomas J., Leung W.L., Guest H., Kluk K.

Conference Room Ballroom EF

8:45 – 9:00

OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION

Conference Room Ballroom EF

10:40 – 11:10

KEYNOTE LECTURE

The Impact of Tinnitus on Sleep and How This Can be Managed with Audiologist-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

H. Aazh

Conference Room Ballroom EF

11:10 – 11:40

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Audiological Battery Test in Tinnitus Patients

M. Georgescu

Conference Room Ballroom EF

11:50 – 13:20

PANEL DISCUSSION

Hyperacusis & Tinnitus Management: Research Evidence Informing Best Practice

Chairperson: Hashir Aazh

Panelists: J.W. Hall III, D. Raj-Koziak, H. Keppler, H. Aazh

Contribution of Diagnostic Auditory Findings to Decisions About Evidence Based Management of Tinnitus and Hyperacusis, Hall III J.W.

Transcutaneous Neuromodulation by Vagus Nerve Stimulation: Research Evidence Informing Best Practice, Raj-Koziak D.

Hearing Aids for Tinnitus: Research Evidence Informing Best Practice, Keppler H.

Audiologist-delivered Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Tinnitus and Hyperacusis: Research Evidence Informing Best Practice, Aazh H.

Conference Room Ballroom EF

13:10 – 14:00

LUNCH

13:30 – 13:50 documentary film ‘My Moonlight Sonata’, screenplay & direction B. Kaczyńska, medical consultation prof. H. Skarżyński, production: Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing

13:10 – 14:00     Open Meeting for the Affiliated Societies and Their Members (ISA) – BOARDROOM

Conference Room Ballroom EF

14:00 – 15:30

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Age-related HL

Chairpersons: M. Manrique, O. Profant, N. Tafo Diallo

Secretary: T. Golubok

Effect of rehabilitation training based on temporal fine structure on perception speech in noise on elderly with mild to moderate hearing loss

Rasouli Fard P., Jarollahi F., Sameni S.J .

Healthy aging in elderly cochlear implant recipients: a multinational observational study

Manrique M., Marx M., Mosnier I., Belmin J., Ramos A., Khnifes R., Ohad H., Bovo R., Cuda D.

Hearing and cognitive outcomes of cochlear implantation in the elderly patients

Tomanek E., Skarżyński P.H.

Practicing Preventive Audiology: Promoting Healthy Hearing Across the Lifespan

Hall J.W.

Reframing hearing through cultural, social, and psychological lenses

McMahon C.M., Sherman K., Matthews N., Ferguson M., Love S.

The ageing population: Clinical implications on the use of hearing devices

Ng I.H.Y., Yeung K.Y.K, Tong M.C.F.

The Change in Compliance Values in the Geriatric Population

Çakır M.S., Polat Z., Eyupler T., Atas A.

Understanding the causal link between hearing loss and depression in later life and the impact of hearing aids

Tsimpida D., Kontopantelis E., Ashcroft D.M., Panagioti M.

Conference Room Ballroom EF

15:30 – 15:40

 

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom EF

15:40 – 16:45

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Tinnitus 2

Chairpersons: J.W. Hall III, M. Georgescu, W. Świerniak

Secretary: A. Słupczyńska

Personalized Approach in the Diagnostic and Treatment of Tinnitus

Lisotskaya V.V., Merculava E.P, Hreben N.I., Eremenko J.E.

Prevalence and severity of tinnitus in a representative sample of 70 year olds

Hoff M., Tengstrand T., Sadeghi A., Skoog I., Rosenhall U.

Real-time fMRI neurofeedback – a promising tool for treating tinnitus

Wolak T., Rogala J., Wojciechowski J., Cygan B.H., Wójcik J., Cieśla K., Raj-Koziak D., Skarżyński H.

Sound therapy for cochlear implant users with tinnitus

van Heteren J.A.A., Arts R.A.G.J., Killian M.J.P., Assouly K.K.S., van de Wauw C., Stokroos R.J., Smit A.L., George E.L.J.

The need for multidisciplinary personalized medicine in tinnitus management

Gilles A., Jacquemin L., Cardon E., Michiels S., Lammers M., Van Rompaey V.

The relation between hearing status, cognition and listening effort in adults with and without tinnitus

Degeest S., Kestens K., De Meulemeester K., Keppler H.

Conference Room Wawel

7:45 – 11:40

ePOSTERS

ePosters available for viewing

Conference Room Wawel

11:40 – 12:50

ePOSTER SHORT ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Pediatric Audiology

Chairpersons: A. Pluta, M. Zgoda, N. Czajka

Secretaries: K. Renke, I. Tomaszewska-Hert

ALRs in noise, investigating the optimal recording parameters in school-aged children

Duquette-Laplante F., Jutras B., Koravand A.

Comparison of the Auditory Processing Domains (APDQ) and Evaluation of Children’s Listening and Processing Skills (ECLiPS) Questionnaires

Purdy J., Wright M., Woodman J., Levy E.

Cortical activation in children with congenital toxoplasmosis during auditory stimuli

Bertachini A.L.L., Resende L.M., Januário G.C., Novi S.L., Andrade G.M.Q., Romanelli R.M.C., Mesquita R.C, Miranda D.M

Developing acoustic criteria that reduces discomfort and hearing problems among pre-school children

Sandström L., Persson Waye K., Mäki-Torkko E., Fredriksson S.

Early intervention after Newborn Hearing Screening test (local community-centered approach)

Choi S.J., Lee B.D., Lee J.Y.

Language equity: delay in care of hearing aid provision services to LatinX patients in a pediatric setting

Purdy J., Jobin T., Doolittle S., Agbayani R.

Long-term hearing abilities in noise in school-age children with early-childhood otitis media

Koiek S., Hvass Schmidt J., Dillon H., Brandt C., Neher T.

Maturation in auditory event-related potentials explains variation in auditory and speech outcomes after CI in prelingually deafness children

Zhang X.Y., Weng Y.L., Liang M.J., Liu J.H., Chen Y.B., Chen S.J., Zheng Y.Q.

The threshold dynamics of the auditory nerve electrically evoked compound action potential in implanted children

Kechyan D.K., Bakhshinyan V.V., Tavartkiladze G.A.

Theory-of-mind development in prelingually deafened children (of hearing parents) with cochlear implants

Pluta A., Zgoda M., Wysocka J., Golec K., Krysztofiak M.

Use of digital otoscopy to support tele-audiology

Purdy J., Doolittle S., Magit A., Colio K.

Conference Room Wawel

13:00 – 14:00

ePOSTERS

ePosters available for viewing

Conference Room Wawel

16:00 – 16:45

ePOSTERS

ePosters available for viewing