Marquam Hill Audiology Grand Rounds (MHAGR) - National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR)
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Marquam Hill Audiology Grand Rounds (MHAGR)

MHAGR’s monthly grand rounds are a forum for discussion of case studies as supported by the evidence base as well as discussion of clinical research, with the overall purpose of improving audiological practice.

All seminars take place 12-1 pm Pacific Time (unless otherwise noted**) virtually via Microsoft Teams.

Click here for details on the upcoming grand rounds.

2022

February 16**
Lauren Charney, Audiology extern at Portland VA Medical Center, Portland, Oregon
Title: Sudden Hearing Loss: Updates to Treatments and Causes

March 2
Douglas Hildrew, MD and Cyndi Trueheart, AuD
Topic: Building a Comprehensive Cochlear Implant Telepractice at the VA

April 6

Callie Brennan, Audiology student at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois
Topic: Misophonia: Chewing with Your Mouth Closed is More Than Good Table Manners

May 4
Lindsay Alexander, AuD
Title: Cross-Cultural Patient Care

June 1
Gyl Kasewurm
Title: Five Simple Ways to Grow Your Practice and Increase Profits

July 6
(cancelled)

August 3
Riley DeBacker, AuD, PhD
Title: LGBTQ Tips: Creating a More Welcoming Audiology Clinic

September 7 - POSTPONED (details to follow)
Kat Penno, Audiologist
Topic: Hearing Technologies & More: Understand hardware and software in hearing health

October 5 
(cancelled)

November 2
Student Presentation
Topic: TBD

December 7
Angela Loucks Alexander
Topic: Auditory Processing Disorders