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 GSOHP Winter Meeting January 24-25, 2020

Mark your calendars for the Winter Meeting of the  Georgia Society of Hearing Professionals. This years meeting will be held at the  Macon Marriott City Center in Macon Georgia. Room rates are $116.00 per night when you mention Georgia Society of Hearing Professionals.   The conference will begin Friday with the Vice Presidents Round table discussion from 7:00 to 9:00pm..  This is only open to the first 25 who register.  This gets you 2.0 CEUs. 

Saturday will consist of the 6 required face to face CEUs presented by Industry expert Dr.Max Chartrand. The topics are as follows:

Ethics & Professionalism: The IHS Code of Ethics in Practice (2 CEUs) Intermediate Level

This course history, development, and practical application of the Code of Ethics of the International Hearing Society (IHS). Four theoretical models for resolving ethical dilemmas are presented to deepen practitioner’s knowledge, including: Virtue Based Ethics, Consequential Ethics, Rights Based Ethics, and Intuitive Based Ethics.  Real case histories are opened up for class discussion. The author has written entire book chapter and numerous articles on this topic over his more than four decades in the hearing health field. A most exciting and revealing course in its topic area!


Cerumen Management: Dispensing Protocols, Materials & Methods (2 CEUs)--Advanced Level


With recent clarifications in dispenser and audiologist scope of practice comes the need for formal training in the protocols, materials, and methods of safe cerumen management. When to refer and to whom point to the need for forming functioning community hearing health care teams. The FDA 8 Red Flags, hygiene, safety, medicolegal boundaries, professional liability, and physiology & anatomy considerations are explored.


Practice Management:

Pre-empting Problem Fitting Cases (2 CEUs)--
Advanced Level


This special course covers the hidden areas of patient experience that nearly always elude the everyday practice of fitting hearing aids. It covers such problematic areas as own-voice complaints, tinnitus management, central auditory disorders related to sensorineural impairment, and rehabilitative concepts, the observation and amelioration of which can pre-empt problem cases before they become a failed hearing aid fitting. Following this course's suggestions can make even the toughest hearing aid fitting a dazzling success!

Check back for registration information as it becomes available.

Any questions, please call Jeff Fargason at 404-299-1141.  


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Georgia Hearing Day  March 19, 2019

March 19, 2019 was  declared as Georgia Hearing Day.  Members of the Georgia Society of Hearing Professionals assemble at the Georgia State Capital to meet and greet with their local Senators and House Representatives.  The day was a great success.  

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