The Fourth International Meeting on Internet & Audiology
The purpose of the conference is to present innovative research and have opportunities to discuss this emerging field.
The conference will be held at the University of Southampton Highfield Campus, and the number of participants is limited to 100. There are also opportunities to participate in portions of the conference remotely via live Internet streaming.
Abstract submission deadline: February 1, 2019. There are up to 5 travel awards available.
Registration and abstract submission
Registration for The Fourth International Meeting on Internet & Audiology is now open. You have the option to register for in-person or remote attendance. There are no fees associated with either, but because space is limited to 100 in-person attendees, registration is needed. Accepted abstracts are prioritized. Please click here to register.
If after you have registered you find that you will be unable to attend, please let us know by email at: [email protected]. We can then open the space to someone on the waiting list.
There are several hotels close to the conference location and attendees are welcome to reserve rooms at the hotel of their choice. If you are interested in sharing a hotel room with another conference attendee, please contact: [email protected]. We will share contact information for those who express interest in room sharing.
GP, professor of eHealth and primary care, co-director of the eHealth Unit and head of the research department of primary care and population health, University College London, UK.
Project Leader/PhD Student, National Acoustic Laboratories, University of Queensland, Australia.
Source: University of Southampton
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