Shari Eberts is available for speaking engagements, webinars and podcast interviews on topics related to hearing loss, tinnitus, person-centered care and health. Inquire at email@example.com.
UPCOMING SPEAKING EVENTS
The Patient’s Perspective: A Workshop for Audiologists on Person-Centered Care and Hearing Loss Advocacy — Three hour interactive workshop at Connecticut Academy of Audiology’s 2021 Conference.
Remembering, Rebuilding, Reimagining: Life after Late Deafness — Panel discussion webinar for International Federation of Hard of Hearing Young People (IFHOHYP). Watch the captioned replay.
Lived Experience of Hearing Loss — Panel discussion at Population Hearing Healthcare Network’s 2021 Conference
Person-centered Care in Audiology: What the person with hearing loss should know — Webinar for HLAA’s Diablo Valley chapter.
Person-centered Care in Audiology: What the person with hearing loss should know — Webinar for HLAA’s DC chapter.
Person-centered Care in Audiology: What the person with hearing loss should know — Webinar for ALDA’s San Jose chapter.
The Person with Hearing Loss: A Perspective for Audiology Students — Seminar class for audiology doctoral students at The Graduate Center, CUNY.
Hearing Loss in the Workplace: Strategies for Success — Webinar for Sumitomo Mitsui Bank regarding inclusive workplace strategies for people with hearing loss.
Tips for Living With Hearing Loss During COVID-19 — Webinar for HLAA’s Florida State Association.
Person-centered care in audiology: What the person with hearing loss should know — Virtual chapter meeting talk for Hearing Loss Connection of Northern Virginia (HLCnova).
Life with hearing loss during a pandemic — Captioned video podcast for FuturEar discussing the challenges and opportunities for people with hearing loss during the pandemic. Read the article. Watch the captioned video.
How providers can support the hearing loss community — Keynote speaker at Sonova’s annual awards dinner for top Lyric providers.
World hearing day on Twitter — Featured guest on The Hearing Journal’s Twitter chat in honor of World Hearing Day. See the summary here.
Person-centered care from the patient’s perspective — Interactive session at American Academy of Audiology 2020 Conference. (Conference canceled)
It’s a family thing: Authentic ways to effectively involve communication partners in appointments — Joint session with Ida Institute at American Academy of Audiology 2020 Conference. (Conference canceled)
From the patient perspective: How to build a strong patient / provider partnership — Seminar (1-hour) at 2020 ASHA Convention. (Conference canceled)
Managing patient anxiety, ambivalence and lack of awareness of hearing loss: An audiology/psychology/patient collaboration — Tier 1 session discussing person-centered care from the patient perspective at AuDacity 2019. Co-presenters included an audiologist and a psychologist to reinforce the message of partnership in the patient/audiologist relationship.
Hearing health in the workplace: strategies for success — Panel discussion highlighting inclusive workplace strategies for people with hearing loss. Sponsored by the Disability Interest Forum at Goldman Sachs.
The patient’s perspective — Lecture to audiology doctoral students sponsored by LI AuD Consortium Student Academy of Audiology at St. John University.
Person-centered care from the patient’s perspective — Ninety minute interactive workshop at NYS SHLA’s 2019 Convention.
Person-centered care from the patient’s perspective — Captioned video for Ida Institute. Watch here.
Hearing loss advocacy – what audiologists can do. — Podcast in honor of Better Hearing & Speech Month 2018 for The Hearing Journal. Listen here.
How can you help your patients hear their best? — Mini module at American Academy of Audiology 2018 Conference.
Prior to 2018
What do patients want from their audiologist? — Beyond Hearing Aids, a symposium sponsored by HLAA-NYC and NYU/Wagner.
Talking hearing loss communication and access. — Training session for front of house staff at Lincoln Center
The patient’s perspective. — Seminar class for audiology doctoral students at The Graduate Center, CUNY.