From 2020, students who have not (yet) completed their journeyman's examination shall be eligible to apply for the EUHA Sponsorship Award. The jury looks forward to receiving a broad range of papers with high relevance to hearing aid professionals.
From 2020, papers in the field of hearing and the rehabilitation of deficiencies affecting the auditory communication system, and those exhibiting potential for development may be submitted. Another major requirement is that the subject matter can be practically applied by members of the trade of hearing aid acousticians.
The 2020 award competition is intended for students of the Academy of Hearing Aid Acoustics (afh), a university of applied sciences or university who have completed their studies within the past 24 months. For instance, diploma, bachelor, or master theses may be submitted. The journeyman's examination has been waived as a requirement for application.
Submitting your papers to the EUHA Office by 1 August is well 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. Learn more about the award competition.
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EUHA TV: The video recordings of the lectures held at the 64th International Congress of Hearing Aid Acousticians, 16 to 18 Oct 2019 in Nuremberg, are available online.
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.
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.
The new Guidelines"Custom-made earmoulds for fitting hearing systems", "Wireless remote microphone systems –configuration, verification and measurement of individual benefit" and "Audio therapy in hearing aid acoustics" are available for download