Upcoming events

    • August 03, 2021
    • (PDT)
    • August 05, 2021
    • (PDT)
    • Virtual

    Let’s Make Some Noise about MAASA--Register for the ADA 2021 Virtual Fly-in MAASA Senate Sign-on Challenge, August 3-5, 2021

    Let’s make some noise before the Senate adjourns for August Recess! On August 3rd, 4th, and 5th, ADA members and AuDvocates from around the nation will conduct a combined 100 virtual visits to connect with every U.S. Senator in every state and make the case for them to sign-on as a co-sponsor of the Medicare Audiologist Access and Services Act (MAASA), S. 1731 (and to thank those who already have).

    Registration is easy! Simply click here and complete the form, noting your availability during Tuesday August 3rd, Wednesday August 4th, and Thursday August 5th for a web conference with each of your U.S. Senators. Attendees will receive a customized schedule, access to prep materials and advocacy training, and the login information for each meeting. Legislative meetings will be scheduled to coincide with the best availability of constituents and the availability of each Senator/Senate staff.

    Your Senators will be more likely to sign on to MAASA if you sign on and meet with them—so please register to participate in the MAASA August Senate Sign-on Challenge! Non-members, including patients are welcome and encouraged to participate. Please contact if you have any questions or if we can assist you in any way. Please register by July 15th.

    Register for the ADA 2021 Virtual Fly-in MAASA Senate Sign-on Challenge

    If you can’t make the virtual fly-in, you can still make an impact by making a donation to the Eric N. Hagberg Advocacy Fund! All proceeds to go advance advocacy efforts that advance your profession. Donate here.

    • September 11, 2021
    • (PDT)
    • October 09, 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • Virtual- Zoom link will be emailed prior to event
    • 42

    Incorporating Diversity Science into your Practice

    Course Description:
    This two-part course (September 11th and October 9th) is designed to introduce diversity science and cultural humility within the practice of healthcare. This course focuses on (1) centering the lived experiences of multi diverse communities; (2) conceptualizing bias on various social divisions of difference as factors that impact social determinants of health; (3) developing critical self-consciousness to better understand how one’s perspectives and experiences might inform their practice; and (4) implementing strategies to address bias in healthcare settings. 

    To maximize your experience, this is one course, divided over two sessions. You must attend the first session in order to attend the second. There will be asynchronous work to complete between the September 11th and October 9th sessions.

    Course Objectives:

    At the end of this two-part course series, attendees should be able to:

    • Describe diversity science and cultural humility as well as their impact on healthcare
    • Critically analyze the implications of bias on health care
    • Utilize tools to address and cope with bias in the healthcare setting
    • Apply and reflect on communication skills in cross-cultural clinical settings

    INSTRUCTOR: Matthew Town, PhD, MPH, is a citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and an Assistant Professor of Public Health at Pacific University. Dr. Town is a behavioral health scientist whose research focus is on the intersections of cultural, diversity science, and health behaviors among American Indian and Alaska Natives, sexual minorities, and other marginalized communities. Dr. Town received his MPH in Global Health from Oregon State University, and his PhD in Sociology from the Portland State University. Prior to becoming an academic, Dr. Town worked at Tribal Epidemiology Centers in the Great Plains and the Pacific Northwest as well as Program Supervisor for the Disease Control and Prevention Team for Washington County (Oregon) Health Department. During this time, Dr. Town worked alongside clinicians, community advocates, tribal leaders, and citizens on numerous research and evaluation projects. With his experience and support, his current work examines the social and cultural determinants of HIV and substance use related risk behavior. He currently leads the strategic planning and programming for the College of Arts and Sciences at Pacific University as the inaugural Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Fellow.

    This course will meet the new Oregon state licensee requirement for 1 CE of cultural competency training.  OAA members will be offered early bird registration prior to opening this up to non-members.

    Thank you to Advanced Bionics for their support of this course!

    The Oregon Academy of Audiology has submitted for approval by the American Academy of Audiology to offer Academy CEUs for this activity. The program is worth a maximum of  0.2 CEUs (0.1 CEU per session). Academy approval of this continuing education activity is based on course content only and does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedure, or adherence of the event to the Academy's Code of Ethics. Any views that are presented are those of the presenter/CE Provider and not necessarily of the American Academy of Audiology.


    • October 25, 2021
    • (PDT)
    • October 27, 2021
    • (PDT)
    • Portland, OR

    October 25-27th, 2021

    OAA is teaming up with ADA to host AuDacity 2021 in PERSON, in Portland!


    use the above link for special member rates

    Special OAA Member Rates!   

    Schedule of events including OAA members reception and silent auction.

    Full Conference: $450

    One Day Conference: $250

    One Day no lunch: $225

Past events

July 07, 2021 Smartphone Security for Audiologists
May 26, 2021 Securing the Future of Audiology: Collaboration in Action
May 15, 2021 Cultural Proficiency: A Way Forward in Audiology, Part 2
March 06, 2021 Cultural Proficiency: A Way Forward in Audiology, Part 1, PM Session
March 06, 2021 Cultural Proficiency: A Way Forward in Audiology, Part 1, AM Session
February 09, 2021 Widex Virtual: Innovations in Performance in Noise Evaluation
February 04, 2021 Phonak + AB Virtual Series: Marvel CI, Connecting Recipients With The Moments They Love
January 09, 2021 Mindfulness: Finding Ease in the Storm
October 16, 2020 OAA Fall Conference in Partnership with ADA
January 06, 2020 Lantos Technologies Presentation
November 01, 2019 Oregon Academy of Audiology Fall Conference 2019 - Corvallis, OR
November 01, 2019 Exhibitor Registration: Oregon Academy of Audiology Fall Conference 2019
September 28, 2018 Fall 2018 Collaborative Conference OAA + WSAA
September 28, 2018 Exhibitor Registration: Oregon & Washington Collaborative Fall Conference 2018
February 17, 2018 KidsFest Northwest - OAA Booth!
February 03, 2018 28th Annual Mayo Clinic Audiology Conference -- $10 for MEMBERS!
October 13, 2017 Fall 2017 Collaborative Conference
October 13, 2017 Exhibitor Registration for Fall 2017 Collaborative Conference
May 13, 2017 Register NOW! Spring 2017 Audiology Collaborative Conference
February 04, 2017 27th Annual Mayo Clinic Audiology Conference -- $10 for MEMBERS!
October 07, 2016 Vendor/ Exhibitor Registration for Fall 2016 Conference
October 07, 2016 Fall 2016 Conference! Attendee Registration
May 14, 2016 Register today! Spring 2016 Audiology Conference
February 06, 2016 26th Annual Mayo Clinic Audiology Conference
October 02, 2015 Fall Conference at Salishan -- Vendor/ Exhibitor Registration
October 02, 2015 Fall Conference at Salishan-- Attendee Registration
May 16, 2015 Audiology Conference, Spring 2015! Registration now OPEN
February 07, 2015 Mayo Clinic Audiology Conference
October 17, 2014 Fall 2014 Conference

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