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Fact or Fiction: What to Know about Cochlear Implants Today (LIVE Webinar Sponsored by Cochlear)
Fact or Fiction: What to Know about Cochlear Implants Today (LIVE Webinar Sponsored by Cochlear)

This webinar is sponsored by Cochlear. Cochlear logo

Cochlear implants have revolutionized the way we address hearing loss in the last 40 years however common misconceptions amongst professionals persist. In this engaging webinar, neurotologist Dr. Varun Varadarajan, will address common professional questions surrounding cochlear implants. As a hearing healthcare professional this session will provide evidence-based insights and dispel misconceptions and help ensure you are counseling patients with the latest recommendations for the best course of care. 

Varun Varadarajan, M.D. is a neurotologist and skull base surgeon with dual board certifications in otolaryngology and neurotology. He specializes in the management of ear and hearing-related disorders. As a lifelong musician, Dr. Varadarajan obtained a degree in music before pursuing his medical career. He fostered his passion for auditory perception by pursuing subspecialty training in otology, neurotology and skull base surgery after completing his otolaryngology residency.

 

A Wisconsin native, Dr. Varadarajan grew up in Milwaukee before attending Washington University in St. Louis for his undergraduate studies. He received his bachelor’s degree with a double major in Music and Biology. Dr. Varadarajan attended medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin and completed his otolaryngology residency at the University of Florida. To further subspecialize in ear, hearing and skull base conditions, he completed his neurotology fellowship at the Ohio State University.

 

Dr. Varadarajan’s professional aim is to provide cutting-edge care for the full spectrum of conditions related to the ear and temporal bone, including cochlear implantation, medical and surgical options for hearing rehabilitation and the comprehensive management of acoustic neuromas. He is active in the otolaryngology community, provides educational lectures, has served on multiple committees within the American Academy of Otolaryngology and has authored numerous publications in the fields of otolaryngology and neurotology.

 

Learning Objectives
  1. Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the latest in cochlear implants, including referral recommendations, technology advancements, and outcomes for patients.
  2. Participants will understand how to provide accurate information to patients considering cochlear implants.
  3. Participants will engage in case discussions to apply their knowledge and address common scenarios related to cochlear implants.
Summary
Availability: Registration Required
(482 seats available)
Location: Online Meeting
Date / Time: Jul 18, 2024 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Cost: Professional Member: $0.00
Student Member: $29.00
Affiliate Member: $29.00
Associate Member: $29.00
Non-Member: $59.00
Credit Offered:
1 Contact Hours Credit
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