In 2017, the EUHA Sponsorship Award will be offered for the eighth time. We're calling on all hearing care professionals to ask around and be on the lookout for young talents from our trade who have written a diploma, bachelor, or master thesis with high practical relevance and a forward-looking subject from the areas of audiology, hearing aid fitting, or with a focus on customer orientation. You're invited to promote the EUHA Sponsorship Award competition among young hearing aid acousticians in your company. It's worth it! Not only for the awardees who will win prize monies, but also for the whole trade as everyone will benefit from new findings and shared knowledge. An electronic copy of the thesis should be submitted to the EUHA Office by 15 August.
The video recordings (videos) of the lectures presented at the 61st International Congress of Hearing Aid Acousticians held in Hannover between 19 and 21 Oct 2016 are now online (original-language versions).
Videos of the lectures held at the International Congress of Hearing Aid Acousticians in 2014 and 2015 are now available on DVD (original-language versions).
EUHA Conference Proceedings (texts) containing all the papers of the presentations given at the 59th International Congress of Hearing Aid Acousticians in 2014 (plus a video of the keynote address by Dr Günther Beckstein) are available on CD-ROM.
Graduate theses for the EUHA Sponsorship Award competition may be submitted now. They must be received by 15 August.
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Save the dates for the EUHA continuing education courses and the International Congress of Hearing Aid Acousticians. The dates can be found here.
The new Guideline "Audio Therapy in Hearing Aid Acoustics"
is available for download
Since its founding in 2010, the members of the EUHA Percentiles Study Group, renamed Audiology Study Group in mid-2015, have devoted themselves to developing applicable recommendations on the use of percentile analysis for hearing aid acousticians. In its work, the study group relies on the expertise contributed by academics, developers, lecturers, and hearing aid acousticians.