Skip to main content

Concurrent 3.2 - Researchers, Authors, Practitioners: Whither the Sociodemographic Data?

Thank you

This live web event has ended. Thank you for attending.


Researchers, Authors, Practitioners: Whither the Sociodemographic Data?

Pertaining to the delivery of LSL services, many families and their children with hearing loss are underserved/under-represented. Identification and understanding of contributing factors is critical. Findings of hearing health disparities will be shared. Discussing SDoH and potential changes will promote understanding. The challenges are great, but professionals CAN effect change.

During this session, participants will:

  • Describe hearing health disparities and the Social Determinants of Health (SDoH).
  • Explain critical sociodemographic data essential for understanding variability in outcomes.
  • Identify the need for changes and the charge for future researchers and authors.


  • Ellen A. Rhoades Ed S, LSLS Cert AVT (PhD Cand in ECE/SpEd)

    Ellen A. Rhoades serves as global consultant/lecturer and peer reviewer for varied professional journals; she founded a non-profit AV center, established 4 AV/LSL programs, co-edited/co-authored 4 books, and authored 100+ peer-reviewed papers and book chapters.

  • Nannette Nicholson, Ph.D., CCC/A

    Presenter Bio: Nannette is an audiologist and professor at NSU. She serves on the Florida EHDI Advisory Board and has authored numerous publications on diagnosis and management of hearing loss in infants and young children.

  • Rachel Glade PhD, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert AVT

    Rachel E. Glade, serving as Program Director, Communication Sciences & Disorders, University of Arkansas, has authored a textbook and many peer-reviewed publications while working with children/adults with hearing loss.

June 29, 2022
Wed 12:15 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

This live web event has ended.

You can access this item by buying entire course

Buy entire course:

For Technical Support
+1 (858) 201-4136