13 April

13 April, Wednesday

Conference Room Ballroom AB

10:10 – 10:40

KEYNOTE LECTURE

The Impact of Binaural Hearing on Complex Language Learning and Verbal Cognition

L. De Raeve

Conference Room Ballroom AB

10:40 – 10:50

 

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom AB

10:50 – 12:30

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Implant Candidacy

Chairpersons: L. De Raeve, J. Olszewski, D. Pastuszak

Secretary: J. Zygadło 

Candidacy for CI in case of asymmetric hearing loss in new-borns: what number can we expect?

De Raeve L.

Cochlear implantation in Cogan’s syndrome – a literature review

Zygadło J., Skarżyński P.H.

Cochlear Implantation Outcome in Candidates with hearing thresholds below 80 dB

Hoppe U., Hocke T., Digeser F., Hast A.

Development of living practice guidelines for cochlear implantation in adults

De Raeve L., Holcomb M., Ramos Macías A.

Partial or total replacement prosthesis after modified radical mastoidectomy

Górski S., Plichta Ł., Naumenko O., Gos E., Skarżyński P.H., Skarżyński H.

Perceived Self-Acceptance Measure Predicts CI-outcome in Adult CI Users

Bouwes Bavinck M.H., Dingemanse J.G., Lechner M.G., Baatenburg de Jong R.J., Vroegop J.L.

Prediction of Cochlear Implant Outcomes in the elderly

Kwak M.J., Ahn J.H., Kang W.S., Park H.J., Chung J.W.

The Influence of Cochlear Nerve Deficit Region on the Outcome of Adult Cochlear Implantation

Kim Y., Lee J.Y., Kang W.S., Ahn J.H., Chung J.W., Park H.J.

The new international best practice guidelines for adults with severe to profound hearing loss

Turton L., Souza P., Thibodeau L., Hickson L., Gifford R., Bird J., Stropahl M., Gailey L., Fulton B., Scarinci N., Ekberg K., Timmer B.

VSB as a viable treatment for complex hearing loss: a first comparison

Hoskam G., Hellingman C.A., George E.L.J.

Conference Room Ballroom AB

12:30 – 13:00

 

LUNCH AT THE EXHIBITION

Conference Room Ballroom AB

13:00 – 13:30

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Translational Research in Audiology: The Road Not Taken?

A. Szczepek

Conference Room Ballroom AB

13:30 – 13:40

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom AB

13:40 – 14:50

PANEL DISCUSSION

e-Health Solutions in Audiology: Presence and Future

Chairperson: A. Szczepek

Conference Room Ballroom C

9:00 – 10:00

SPECIAL SESSION

WHO Keynote Address and Plenary Session on the World Report on Hearing

Chairperson: S. Chadha

Keynote Lecture: Making H.E.A.R.I.N.G. Care For All a Reality: WHO’s World Report on Hearing, Chadha S.

Country actions for implementing the key recommendations of the World Report on Hearing

Conference Room Ballroom C

10:00 – 10:30

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom C

10:30 – 11:00

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Value of Auditory (acoustic) Implants

A. Snik

Conference Room Ballroom C

11:00 – 11:10

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom C

11:10 – 11:55

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Ototoxicity Induced by Exposure to Organic Solvents and Noise

A. Fuente

Conference Room Ballroom C

11:55 – 12:30

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Ototoxicity

Chairpersons: A. Fuente, M.B. Skarżyńska, M. Żelazowska-Sobczyk

Secretary: R. Zdanowicz

Audiological adverse effects and ototoxicity of drugs used in the treatment of SARS-CoV-2 – perspective 2021 and 2022

Skarżyńska M.B., Matusiak M., Skarzyński P.H.

DPOAEs and hfPTA in the detection of ototoxic cochlear damage

Petersen L., Wilson W.J., Kathard H.

International Ototoxicity Management Group (IOMG): A global effort to improve ototoxicity management for at-risk populations

DeBacker J. R., Garinis A.C., Konrad-Martin D., Brewer C.C., Morata T.C., Clark K., Petersen L., Steyger P.S., Poling G.L.

Conference Room Ballroom C

12:30 – 13:00

LUNCH AT THE EXHIBITION

Conference Room Ballroom C

13:00 – 13:30

KEYNOTE LECTURE

The Sound of a Cochlear Implant: Studies with Single Sided Deaf Listeners

M. Dorman

Conference Room Ballroom C

13:30 – 13:40

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom C

13:40 – 14:40

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Pediatric Audiology

Chairpersons: K. Stephan, A. Niedzielski, M. Matusiak

Secretary: A. Kołodziejak

Additional disabilities in children with sensorineural hearing loss

Tufatulin G.S., Koroleva I.V., Artyushkin S.A., Yanov Y.K.

Auditory evoked brain stem responses for bone conduction using the ADHEAR bone conduction system

Stephan K., Koci V.

Auditory Manifestations in children living with HIV at a State Hospital in South Africa

Phanguphangu M., Ross A.J.

Congenital cholesteatoma in children – case presentations

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

General state of audiology services in Cameroon. The case of the NCRPD (abbreviated in French CNRPH)

Kolot D., Manga A., Ntonga M.C.

Manual positioning of bone conductors in pediatric ABR: intra – and intersubject variability

Beynon A.J., Janssen M.W.H.

Conference Room Ballroom C

14:40 – 15:00

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom C

15:00 – 15:30

WCA 2022 CLOSING CEREMONY

Presentation of the awards:

Audiology Research Best Poster Award

Journal of Hearing Science Best Oral Presentation Award

Conference Room Ballroom D

9:00 – 10:00

SPECIAL SESSION

WHO Keynote Address and Plenary Session on the World Report on Hearing

Chairperson: S. Chadha

Keynote Lecture: Making H.E.A.R.I.N.G. Care For All a Reality: WHO’s World Report on Hearing, Chadha S.

Country actions for implementing the key recommendations of the World Report on Hearing

Conference Room Ballroom D

10:00 – 10:30

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom D

10:30 – 11:00

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Molecular Biomarkers of Neuroplasticity in Prelingual Deafness Treatment with CI – Is Serum Activity of MMP9 and Its Functional Polymorphism a One?

M. Matusiak

Conference Room Ballroom D

11:00 – 11:10

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom D

11:10 – 12:30

PANEL DISCUSSION

Models in Audiology Education

Chairperson: A. Lorens

Panelists: R. Rajeswaran, J.W. Hall III, S. Hatzopoulos

Model of Education in Audiology in Italy: How Far We Are From It?, Hatzopoulos S.

Conference Room Ballroom D

12:30 – 13:00

LUNCH AT THE EXHIBITION

Conference Room Ballroom D

13:00 – 14:40

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Electrophysiology

Chairpersons: M. Agterberg, L. Śliwa, E. Piłka

Secretary: P. Hawryluk

An Interpretation of Fine Structure of Transient Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions

Belov O.A., Alexeeva N.N., Tavartkiladze G.A.

Assessment of wideband middle ear absorbance in implanted partial deafness (PDT) patients

Śliwa L., Kochanek K., Jędrzejczak W.W., Skarżyński H.

Auditory brainstem responses (ABRs) and suprathreshold tests in people with Sleep Apnea Syndrome

Kukwa A., Hatliński G.J.

Evaluation of ECochG for the monitoring of cochlear implant electrode insertion

Skarżyński P.H., Skarżyński H., Olszewski Ł., Boruta M., Gazibegovic D., Hawryluk P., Buraczyńska M.

Location dependency of facilitation in electrically evoked compound action potentials

Dambon J., Ambrosch P., Hey M.

Longitudinal linguistic and auditory outcomes in children with single sided deafness and a cochlear implant

van Wieringen A., Arras T., Wouters J., Desloovere C.

Novel CAEP recording method using single-electrode stimulation: feasibility assessment and results

Pastore E., Dehesh G., Della Volpe A. 1

The ASSR – Misleading in the diagnosis of Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder?

Ehrmann-Müller D., Cebulla M., Shehata-Dieler W.

The dynamic ‘ears’ of bees; towards directional hearing with fully implantable microphones

Agterberg M.J.H., Woensdregt, Mulder J.J., Lankheet M.J.M.

The spectral shape of stimuli, using for aided free field ASSR: real ear measurements’ results

Tufatulin G.S.

Psychoacoustic frequency and spectral ripple discrimination in normal hearing subjects vs. cochlear implant recipients

Beynon A.J., Vestjens J.P.A.M.

Temporal Processing Measured by Oddball and Optimal Paradigm MMN in Adults and in Scholl-Age Children

Koravand A., Duda B., Duda V., Campbell K.

Conference Room Ballroom D

14:40 – 15:00

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom D

15:00 – 15:30

WCA 2022 CLOSING CEREMONY

Presentation of the awards:

Audiology Research Best Poster Award

Journal of Hearing Science Best Oral Presentation Award

Conference Room Ballroom EF

10:10 – 10:40

KEYNOTE LECTURE

A. van Wieringen

Conference Room Ballroom EF

10:40 – 10:50

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom EF

10:50 – 11:20

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Gaps in Noise Test: Findings in Neurologically Based Central Auditory Disorders

F. Musiek

Conference Room Ballroom EF

11:20 – 11:30

BREAK

Conference Room Ballroom EF

11:30 – 12:30

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Speech Understanding

Chairpersons: A. van Wieringen, U. Hoppe, A. Walkowiak

Secretary: K. Zawistowska

Coherence and spectral analysis of the sentences that will be used in school age children speech comprehension test

Aktan R.N., Konukseven B.Ö.

Effects of background noise on the encoding of speech sounds in neonates: A frequency-following response (FFR) study

Koravand A., Llobet-Gil R., Arenillas-Alcón S., Costa-Faidella J., Konczol A., Ribas-Prats T., Gómez-Roig C., Escera C.

Event-Related Potentials of Single Sided Deaf Cochlear Implant Users – an Insight into the Comprehension of Speech in Noise

Voola M., Wedekind A., Nguyen A.T., Marinovic W., Rajan G., Tavora-Vieira D.

Polish Sentence Matrix Test: speech perception and hearing aid benefit measurement

Pastusiak A., Kociński J., Hauth Ch., Warzybok A.

Roger Dual or Standard adaptive. Which should I choose?

Wolfe J., Neumann S., Schafer E., Towler W., Miller S., Dunn A., Jones C., Nelson J.

Speech and Hearing Therapy Students’ experiences of online teaching and learning, including online simulated case-based learning during Covid19

Phanguphangu M., Kgare K.

Conference Room Ballroom EF

12:30 – 13:00

LUNCH AT THE EXHIBITION

Conference Room Ballroom EF

13:00 – 13:30

KEYNOTE LECTURE

What Limits Do We Find in Audiology and Balance Pathology?

A. Ramos-Macias

Conference Room Ballroom EF

13:40 – 14:50

PANEL DISCUSSION

Advances in Audiological Technologies Related to Hearing Screening Practices. Pitfalls, Suggestions and Solutions.

Chairpersons: S. Hatzopoulos, W.W. Jędrzejczak

Panelists: S. Hatzopoulos, W.W. Jędrzejczak, K. Kochanek

Advances and Pitfalls in the Detection of Hearing Loss via Otoacoustic Emissions, Hatzopoulos S.

Intrasubject Variability of Wideband Absorbance Tympanometry in Adults, Śliwa L., Kochanek K.

Influence of Various Factors of Reliability of Medial Olivocochlear Reflex when Assayed
by Otoacustic Emissions
, Jędrzejczak W.W.

Conference Room Kometa

10:10 – 12:30

SPECIAL SESSION

IERASG – The State-of-the-Art of the Auditory Waves: from hot AEP-Research to Clinical Practice

Chairpersons: M. Walger, A. Beynon

Panelists: A. Beynon, M. Walger, S. Haumann, H. Thai-Van, A. Beynon, M. Walger

Opening & Intro, Beynon A.

Evoked auditory responses as a central pillar of advanced objective audiometry, Walger M.

Use of ECochG in hearing preservation CI surgeries, Haumann S.

Contribution of bone conduction click-evoked auditory brainstem responses to diagnosis of hearing loss in infants in France, Thai-Van H.

Intracorporeal Cortical Telemetry (ICT): fitting hearing prostheses with brain waves?, Beynon A.

Clinical cases: auditory evoked potentials in practice, Walger M.

Conference Room Kometa

12:30 – 13:00

 

LUNCH AT THE EXHIBITION

Conference Room Kometa

13:40 – 14:50

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Implant Outcomes

Chairpersons: P. Westerkull, S. Haumann, R. Cudejko

Secretary: E. Grabowska

A comparison of first and second ear performance of bilateral CI users with prolonged intra – implant interval

Kosaner M.J., Gultekin M., Gurkan M.E.

Audiological outcomes and quality of life assessment in cochlear reimplant users

Balakina A.V., Daykhes N.A., Kuznetsov A.O., Machalov A.S.

Cochlear implant outcomes reporting based on International Classification of Functioning Disability & Health for the Evaluation

Lorens A., Kurz A., Mertens G., Van de Heyning P., Hagen R., Skarżyński P.H.

Evaluating the Revised Work Rehabilitation Questionnaire in Cochlear Implant users Cochlear Implant Outcome Assessment Based on the ICF

Andries E., Lorens A., Skarżyński P.H., Skarżyński H., Calvino M., Gavilán J., Lassaletta L., Tavora-Vieira D., Acharya A., Kurz A., Hagen R., Anderson I., Amann E., Van de Heyning P.,Van Rompaey V., Mertens G.

Evolution of Type D personality traits after cochlear implantation in adults aged 55 years and older: a longitudinal, controlled, multicenter study

Andries E., Bieńkowska K., Świerniak W., Skarżyński P.H., Skarżyński H., Calvino M., Sanchez Cuadrado I., Muñoz E., Gavilán J., Lassaletta L., Tavora-Vieira D., Acharya A., Killan C., Ridgwell J., Raine C., Van de Heyning P., Van Rompaey V., Mertens G.

Insights from mining a large pool of hearing device data logs

Mauch H., De Keukeleere L., Artaso M., Vanpoucke F.

The interaction between auditory, visual and cognitive abilities in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired adults

Ceuleers D., Dhooge I., Swinnen F., Baudonck N., Degeest S., Keppler H.