This section of the Audiology Resources website contains archive listings of audiology related events / conferences, meetings and short courses for 2004. This page is for historic reference only. For current / future audiology events please see here. For longer UK courses / degrees please go to the Courses section of this website. Please note: with passage of time some of the links given here may no longer be available to view on their original websites of publication.
Audiology Events Diary Listings - Archive for 2004
8 - 10 September 2004 (Scotland, UK ), British Society of Audiology (BSA) Annual Conference
13 - 14 September 2004 (London, UK ), Experimental Studies of Hearing and Deafness
26 - 30 September 2004 (Phoenix, Arizona, USA ), XXVIIth
International Congress of Audiology
4 - 6 October 2004 (Harrogate, UK ), Electrophysiological Assessment following Newborn Hearing Screening. Further details from Dr Guy Lightfoot (firstname.lastname@example.org)
13 - 16 October 2004 (Québec, Canada ), Canadian
Academy of Audiology 7th Annual Conference
4 - 6 November 2004 (Chicago, USA ), Pediatric Conference Chicago 2004, "A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification". This speciality pediatric audiology conference is run by Phonak once a decade. - For those of you with a decent Internet connection (Broadband). Phonak will be broadcasting the first morning of this conference live from Chicago over the Internet. This will be at 2.15pm - 6.20pm, GMT (UK time) on Thursday 4th November 2004. You will be able to hear the speakers and view the slides live on your own computer screen. To access the live web conference please click here. You will need to have Windows Media Player or Real Player on your computer system.
18 - 20 November 2004 (Manchester, UK ), 1st Annual Conference for the British Academy of Audiology
22 November 2004 (London, UK ), RNID Research Conference: "Hearing the Future"
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