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Hear for Tomorrow

March 30

UK Hearing Conservation Association

Hear for Tomorrow

UK Hearing Conservation Association and the Institute of Acoustics, Sponsored by the UK Acoustics Network.

Programme
9:30     Registration and Coffee with cloakroom
10:00   Welcome and Introductions, Prof Stephen Dance
10:10   Issues: Scale of the Issue- Leisure/Industry/Young, Clare Forshaw
10:30   Guidance: HSE Noise Regulations, Chris Steel
10:50   Best Practice: Royal Opera House – A Journey, John Bernays
11:10   Coffee and Pastries
11:30    Guidance: EU Personal Media Players standard, Thomas Lund
11:50   Guidance: Entertainment-  Noise Outdoors, Dr Adam Hill
12:10   Solution: Pharmacology D MET intervention, Prof Kathleen Campbell
12:45     Discussion: What does the future look like?, Joe Hastings/Sam Couth
1:40       Lunch
2:20       Issues: Effect of ultrasound exposure on hearing,  Prof Tim Leighton
2:40       Solutions: Tinnitus and Music, Anne Savage
3:20       Solutions: BAPAM Guidance for Conservatoires, BAPAM Finola Ryan
3:40       Coffee and Cake
4:00       Solutions: The future of assistive listening systems, Prof Peter Mapp
4:30       Solutions: Early diagnoses of hearing issues, Rob Shepard
5:00       Discussion – Hearing Conservation Association, Clare Forshaw
5:45       Closing Remarks, Prof Stephen Dance
6:00       Drinks and Canapés with Musical Performances
6:30       Drinks and Technical Demonstrations
9:00       Close

Organizer

UK Hearing Conservation Association
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Venue

Royal Academy of Engineering
3 Carlton House Terrace
London, SW1Y 5DG United Kingdom
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