Fitting and Verification of Modern Hearing Devices - Strategies For Improved Patient Outcomes
David J. Smriga, M.A.,
Senior Audiology Consultant, Audioscan Inc.
Friday, September 18, 2015
David J. Smriga is a senior audiology consultant for Audioscan, a division of Etymonic Design, Inc., a major manufacturer of hearing instrument verification and fitting equipment. Mr. Smriga received his master’s degree in audiology from Northern Illinois University in 1976. During his subsequent career, Mr. Smriga has held positions in both clinical and research audiology at the Health Sciences Center in Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba Medical School, as well as senior management positions in sales, marketing, product management and public relations for some of the industry’s leading hearing instrument manufacturing firms. Mr. Smriga has conducted over 600 lectures in North America and in Europe, and has authored over fifty publications ranging in topic from inter-operative brainstem monitoring to counselor selling. For the last fourteen years, Mr. Smriga has been Audioscan’s chief lecturer on the use of real-ear measurement technology and audibility-based fitting strategies. He is well known for his unique way of presenting complex information in a clear, logical and understandable way.
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This conference opportunity is $100 per person. You can register and
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There are reserved complimentary spaces for CMU students. Those who are interested in attending should contact Lorie Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-774-3471.
Deadline to register is September 11, 2015.
This conference opportunity is $200 per organization. You can register and make an online payment here.
Questions? Contact Lorie Fox at email@example.com or 989-774-3471.
Location and Parking
The Health Professions building is located at 1280 E. Campus Drive
which is just west of Mission Street between Bellows and Preston
Streets. Parking will be available in Lot #20 off of E. Campus Drive.
Once registration for the conference is complete, a parking permit will
be emailed to you. This must be displayed on the driver’s side dash of
To obtain directions to the conference and a campus map, go
to here or contact Lorie Fox at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-774-3471.