UCC CPD courses

Cochlear Implants, Implantable Hearing Devices and Impact on Communication for Children and Adults 

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Fact File

  • Title

    Cochlear Implants, Implantable Hearing Devices and Impact on Communication for Children and Adults 

  • Code

    CPD1767

  • College

    Medicine and Health

  • Duration

    2 Days

  • Qualifications

    Cert of Attendance

  • Fees

    €100 (See Fees and Costs for full details). See Fees and Costs for full details.

  • Entry Requirements

    See Requirements for full details.

  • Closing Date

    TBC

  • Start Date

    Semester 2 - Dates TBC

Outline

Course Objective:

This course addresses the technological development and clinical applications of implantable hearing devices (including cochlear implants, BAHA, middle ear implants and brainstem implants) and their impact on deaf children and adults. 

 

Course Content: 

Past and current technological advances, assessment and habilitation protocols, the role of interdisciplinary and interagency working, the impact of implantation on deaf children and adults with and without complex needs 

Practicalities

Students will attend the University for a variety of activities including but not limited to: lectures/seminars/interactive workshops/collaborative groupwork. (Participants may need to participate in some directed reading before the sessions).  

*Please note that the intention is to run this offering face-to-face on campus. However, please note that the mode of delivery is subject to change depending upon the national guidance on the Covid-19 pandemic at the time. Also, please note that participant numbers will be strictly limited.

Requirements

Fees and Costs

€100 (See Fees and Costs for full details).

How Do I Apply

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