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NHCASF Golf Tournament at the 44th NHCA Annual Conference

Join us on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 for a fun day of golf, with fellow NHCA-ers, at beautiful Baytowne Links Golf Course on Florida’s Emerald Coast, extending from the beach to the bay. Your participation supports the National Hearing Conservation Association Scholarship Foundation, which provides scholarships for students pursuing a degree in a field related to hearing conservation. It doesn’t matter what level of golfer you are. Come out and have fun swinging and socializing! Golf is limited to 16 players on a first-come, first-served basis so register today to save your spot!


**ONLY 4 SPOTS LEFT**
 

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2020 NHCASF SilentAUCTION

Donate to the NHCA Scholarship Foundation's SilentAUCTION, which is held during the annual NHCA conference. The funds raised through this auction support the foundation including research and conference travel awards for graduate students focusing on applied and basic studies in hearing loss prevention. 

For more information and to submit an item, CLICK HERE!
 
 

NHCA Member Spotlight


SHOEBOX Has Some News!

If you're planning on attending the NHCA conference, please join SHOEBOX on Thursday, February 20th to celebrate an exclusive announcement. They will be hosting a cocktail reception to celebrate the launch of a highly anticipated service and would love for you to be the first we share the news with!

 

Click Here to Learn More!

 
 

Webinar: Auditory Fitness for Duty Evaluations

When: Thursday, January 23, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm ET

Description:
When hearing function is in question, functional testing is the best way to determine whether or not an individual retains the sensory capability to perform the duties and responsibilities of a particular job in a safe and effective manner. In our opinion, audiologists are uniquely suited to develop testing protocols that reflect the essential functions of the job, as well as to determine at what level an individual must perform in order to be considered auditorily “fit for duty.” This overview seeks to outline factors that may be important to consider in an “auditory fitness for duty evaluation.”
Registration Fee:
$20 Member
$10 Student Members
$35 Non-member
**.1 CEU's Offered!!**
For more information and to register, click here
 

International Year of Sound

The International Year of Sound is a global initiative to highlight the importance of sound and related sciences and technologies for all in society. The International Year of Sound will consist of coordinated activities on regional, national and international levels. These activities will aim to stimulate the understanding throughout the world of the important role that sound plays in all aspects of our society. As well, these activities will also encourage an understanding of the need for the control of noise in nature, in the built environment, and in the workplace.

To learn more and get involved, CLICK HERE

 
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