What are the advantages and pitfalls of selling hearing devices over the counter? Can an audiologist's practice do it better that direct to consumer businesses? Can independent audiologists compete with big players in selling non-prescription devices?
Join IAA for a two day seminar for full members and/or their representatives to explore how OTC devices might affect YOUR business.
Venue: Twin Towns Conference Centre, Coolangatta, QLD
Registration includes morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and an optional social function.
Cost of registration: $575.00 per delegate
Social function (optional) on Friday 18 October: $90.00 per person.
OTC experience in the USA - what Australia needs to know from keynote presenters, Dr Brian Taylor
Transdisciplinary perspective - what Optometrists can teach audiologists about over the counter selling
..... and much more
IAA will hold its AGM on Friday 18 October 2019
Members attending this one day event will collect f ongoing educatio hoursn, which will be reflected in the IAA certificate of Excellence in Education participation issued at the end of the 2019 - 2020 financial year.
To collect CPD points for Audiology Australia, you will need to submit an individual record of attendance to Audiology Australia. One CPD point per hours will apply. A certificate with the seminar details including learning goals will be provided at the seminar. You will need to submit that information along with your own reflective statement when you lodge your attendance online with Audiology Australia
Situated on the southern end of Queensland's Gold Coast, on the border with NSW, Coolangatta offers a holiday destination, easy access to a local airport and plenty of accommodation options
Contact Michelle Thompson-Laing at email@example.com
or tel 0424 720 915