Setting New Standards in COVID-19 Era

Round Table Discussion Covid Hearring

An Online EVENT

SEtting new standards in clinical practices in the coviD-19 era


Numerous events have been cancelled all around the world due to the spread of COVID-19. However, HEARRING network members found a way to stay connected and maintain the co-active spirit even in those challenging times. An online round table discussion took place on May 23rd focusing on the extremely relevant topic of “Setting New Standards in Clinical Practice in the COVID-19 Era”. The discussion was moderated by our renowned expert Prof. Mohan Kameswaran and the board of speakers included such outstanding professionals as Prof. Wolf-Dieter Baumgartner, Prof. Joachim Müller, Prof. Javier Gavilán Bouzas, Prof. Vedat Topsakal, Prof. Vlad Kuzovkov and Prof. Manoj Manikoth.

As a result, the following has been conveyed: Cochlear Implant surgery is not an elective surgery. In some cases it’s an emergency surgery. For example, in the case of neuro-linguistic emergencies, when children are suffering from bilateral severe to profound deafness in the timeframe of high plasticity of the brain, the surgery shall not be delayed for more than one month. See below, to join the full event and to find out more about the main conclusions in the picture gallery.

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ACIC 2020 postponed

ACIC 2020 update HEARRING events

An update

ACIC 2020 postponed

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

We are sorry to inform that due to the current development of the situation with Covid-19, the 2nd Arab Cochlear Implant Conference will be postponed to September 24 – 26, 2020

Thank you for your understanding and stay safe out there!

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12th Workshop Microsurgery of the Ear and Hearing Implants Halle-Rostock

12th workshop
Microsurgery of the ear and Hearing Implants

Halle-Rostock, Germany

HEARRING is excited to announce the 12th workshop on the Microsurgery of the Ear and Hearing Implants! It will be held onsite in Rostock on 7-9th of March 2022, in conjunction with the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg.

The management of chronic middle ear disease is one of the most fascinating aspects in the field of Otorhinolaryngology. The surgical anatomy of the temporal bone is both appealing and challenging to grasp at the same time. Additionally, there are many different ways to treat the complex nature of chronic middle ear disease and hearing impairment. This course addresses residents as well as experienced otorhinolaryngologists and all other professionals dealing with hearing impaired patients.

In order to give a comprehensive structure for hearing rehabilitation using classical microsurgery of the middle ear as well as modern hearing implant systems, this course is structured in:

  • Lectures on basic principles of middle ear disease and microsurgery of the temporal bone
  • Commented live surgery with ultrahigh resolution 3D imaging, providing identical surgical views for participants and surgeons using a fully digital 3D microscope
  • Systematic temporal bone exercises under the supervision of highly experienced otosurgeons

The course will feature such outstanding speakers as Prof. Dr. med. John Dornhoffer, Mr. Neil Donnelly, Dr. med. Daniel Cantré, Dr. med. Wilma Großmann, Prof. Dr. med. Florian Hoppe, Prof. Dr. med. Robert Mlynski, Prof. Dr. med. Marcus Neudert, Dipl.-Ing. Tobias Oberhoffner, Prof. Dr. med. Stefan Plontke, Prof. Dr. med. Mark Praetorius, PD Dr. med. Sebastian Schraven, Prof. Dr. med. Konrad Schwager, PD Dr. med. Miklós Tóth, Dr. med. Sara Maria van Bonn and Dr. med. Lichun Zhang.

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XXXV World Congress of Audiology, Warsaw

2020 WCA HEARRING events


world congress of audiology

19-22th April 2020, Warsaw, Poland

The President of the XXXV World Congress of Audiology Prof. Henryk Skarżyński, MD, Ph.D., dr h.c. (mult.) as well as the Scientific Secretary Prof. Piotr H. Skarżyński, MD, Ph.D, MSc. would like to invite you to the XXXV World Congress of Audiology, which will take place in Warsaw, Poland on 19-22 April 2020. 

Experts, scientists and practicing audiologists from all around the world will meet and discuss the most prominent trending topics with the field of audiology.

For more details please visit the official website of the event:

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