About the Forum

Following the 2021 WA Ear and Hearing Telehealth Forums, health professionals are invited to join us at this one-day event to:

  • Learn and identify culturally-inclusive practices for Aboriginal people and families.
  • Hear from local planning forums and providers about successful collaborations.
  • Identify intersectoral partnerships and initiatives in improving ear and hearing health outcomes.
  • Learn from leading WA researchers supporting ear and hearing health.
  • Participate in hands-on interactive upskilling and education on current guidelines and protocols.
  • Engage and network with other health professionals and providers working to reduce the burden of ear disease.
Forum details

Date: Friday 18 November 2022
Time: 7.30am - 5.00pm
Venue: School of Education - The University of Notre Dame, Fremantle

Who should attend?

Multidisciplinary health professionals with clinical roles or providers with a strong interest in ear and hearing health are invited to attend the Forum, including:

  • Clinical practitioners (GPs and nurses)
  • Aboriginal health practitioners and workers 
  • Audiologists 
  • Ear, nose and throat surgeons
  • Ear health coordinators
  • Primary health care service providers
  • Researchers
Please note: Attendance at previous WA Ear and Hearing Telehealth Forum is not a requirement for registration.

This forum has been developed in collaboration with the WA Child Ear Health Strategy and the Aboriginal Health Council of WA.   

The WA Ear and Hearing Digital Health Forum 2022 is made possible by the Ear Health Coordination Program, which is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health.

Contact us

Outreach team

10 Stirling Highway, Nedlands, WA, 600
  08 6389 4500