Listen Up! A note from NHCA

The National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA) was formed in 1976. The founders of NHCA were mainly audiologists and otolaryngologists who were concerned with the serious problem of noise-induced hearing impairment resulting from occupational exposure to noise. The Association was created to provide a forum where professionals with similar interests could share information and gain increased insights regarding occupational hearing conservation.

Our membership includes, but is not limited to, audiologists, engineers, industrial hygienists, safety professionals, physicians, nurses, educators, etc. In short, NHCA is a group of passionate hearing conservationists willing to share their expertise in the quest for the prevention of hearing loss. IHW

Save the Date: NHCA Conference

More information about our organization can be found on our website at www.hearingconservation.org. Please consider joining us for our annual conference (http://www.nhca.civicaconferences.com/ ) to learn more about us and the inspiring work in the area of hearing loss prevention. While the virtual conference will look and feel different than traditional in-person conferences, the NHCA is committed to bringing you the best virtual conference experience possible. You can expect high-quality scientific content; novel ways to interact with vendors; maximized CEU opportunities; plus presenters and fellow NHCAers. Register today and save the date (Feb 26-27, 2021).

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