Continuing Education through CI2024 Vancouver 17th International Conference on Cochlear Implants and Other Implantable Technologies
About CI2024 Vancouver:
The CI2024 Vancouver Symposium will assemble a multi-specialty group of clinicians and scientists to explore the 2024 Program Theme: Cochlear Implantation: Facilitating the Patient Journey. The international conference will foster the exchange of multi-disciplinary scientific information applicable to audiologists, physicians, speech pathologists, psychologists, scientists, engineers, educators, students, advocates, and others involved in cochlear and other implantation technology globally. The conference will provide attendees with opportunities to engage with fellow professionals exploring current and emerging topics for cochlear and other implant device patients across the lifespan. The conference will include keynote lectures, panel sessions, podium and poster sessions which will allow attendees to pursue a wide array of cochlear implant and related content.
The CI2024 Vancouver Conference will request continuing education credits from past providers – AAA, AG Bell, and ASHA, as well as CME credits from the American College of Surgeons, accredited by the ACCME.
Please check this page for specific details on accrediting providers and credits/hours available once the full program is posted.
Accreditation for CEU and CME credits will be requested from the accrediting organizations shown below. Once accrediting requests are approved, credit providers will be listed on this page with the corresponding number of credits/hours available for claiming. Reporting to accrediting organizations will be based on meeting registrants' completion and submission of online claim forms available during a specified meeting period. These dates will be based on accreditor reporting dates and will be posted here once determined. Reporting dates are set by accrediting organizations and adhered to by ACI Alliance to ensure future accreditation and CEU/CME offerings.
In compliance with the ACCME Accreditation Criteria, the American College of Surgeons must ensure that anyone in a position to control the content of the educational activity has disclosed all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest. All reported conflicts are managed by a designated official to ensure a bias-free presentation.