The 2022 ASHA Convention will again be a hybrid event—in-person for those who wish to attend the conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, November 17–19, 2022, and virtual for anyone who would like to access the virtual library of educational content from home. Bookmark this page and check back—we’ll continue to update information through the spring and summer. Also, check the Convention Schedule at a Glance.
Stop by Audiology Square in the Exhibit Hall Wednesday, November 16, 4:00–7:00 p.m. for the Welcome (Back!) Reception and Convention kickoff. Audiology Square will be open all day Thursday and Friday; come in and talk with members of the Audiology Practices team or pick up a fun giveaway. Audiology Square and a separate lounge area will be near audiology session locations.
Want to learn more about audiology topics? Session highlights include audiology implantables; audiology dispensing, business, and practice management; hearing, balance, and tinnitus assessment and intervention; vestibular science; neuroaudiology and central auditory processing; models of academic and clinical education; health literacy; supervision and precepting; and telepractice. Check out the Program Planner to search for ASHA Convention sessions by topic area, keyword, date, presenting author, and more to create a personalized schedule. You can choose from dozens of audiology-related sessions.
New this year, the Exhibit Hall will close on Saturday, and Saturday sessions will end at 2:00 p.m. There will be a discounted 1-day registration rate to attend educational programming on Saturday, including the popular Research Symposium on Hearing.
In-Person Master Classes. These ticketed sessions provide a more intensive, advanced learning opportunity for seasoned professionals or those whose work has a specialized focus.
Oral Seminars. These original 1-hour invited Oral Seminars are a combination of live in-person and virtual pre-recorded sessions, with an emphasis on evidence-based clinical applications and research advances.
Clinical and Research Technical Sessions. Live in-person or virtual pre-recorded, these 30-minute sessions include a special series of presentations from industry and organization leaders that target advancements in hearing health care and technology.
Poster Presentations. In-person and virtual-only posters will have a digital poster with pre-recorded audio narration on the virtual platform. In-person poster presentations will have the additional 90-minute Q&A session onsite while their poster is displayed on a monitor. The in-person Q&A session provides an opportunity for viewers to engage in discussion with the presenters and fellow viewers.
The ASHA Convention Virtual Library, open from November 10–28, is an online platform that will provide access to hundreds of pre-recorded sessions. It will overlap the in-person event, allowing you to learn on your own schedule. In-person Convention registrants will have access to all the pre-recorded sessions in the Virtual Library.
Friday, November 18, 8:30 p.m.–11:00 p.m. (in-person)
Hilton Riverside New Orleans, Starboard Room
Following the Awards Ceremony, all audiologists and audiology students attending the in-person ASHA Convention are invited to this free reception sponsored by Educational Audiology Association, Sorenson, and Starkey. Enjoy light appetizers while mingling with your peers.
ASHA thanks our sponsors. Sponsors are not responsible for the content of this conference nor does ASHA endorse their products or services.