COURSES

Earn CEU credits on your own time and at your own pace with GSI on demand courses. Our courses are processed through our partner Audiology Online (AO) and you must have a subscription with AO to earn credit. Once you view the webinar recording and complete the assessment, you are eligible for 0.1 CEU credits. Please note, attendees must receive 80% or better on the course assessment for credit.

THREE LEVELS OF LEARNING

  • INTRODUCTORY

  • INTERMEDIATE

  • ADVANCED

All of our learning opportunities can be categorized into one of three levels of learning: Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced. One of the three icons displayed below will be displayed on each resource to quickly identify the straightforwardness to complexity of the content. ADVANCE provides a variety of content designed to suit all audiologists' needs.

Equipment and Troubleshooting: Maximizing the Life of your Equipment

Audiology Online course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Introductory
Presenter: David Coffin, AuD

Learn proactive procedures to ensure your equipment will perform effectively for years. Also, basic troubleshooting techniques will be reviewed to keep your office up and running.

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Why Does My Equipment Need Calibration? Basics of Calibration

Audiology Online course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Introductory
Presenter: Scott Lamb

Do you ever wonder what happens every year when your equipment is calibrated? A NASED cartified service technician will explain the procedures and the reasons equipment requires calibration.

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GSI TympStar Pro V1.2: Implementing New Features for Efficient Testing

Audiology Online course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Introductory
Presenter: Laura Prigge, AuD

The GSI TympStar Pro sets the clinical standard in middle ear testing. Learn how to implement new tests and utilize enhancements to maximize diagnostic testing.

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What's New With GSI Screeners?

Audiology Online course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Introductory
Presenter: Laura Prigge, AuD

GSI It is important to perform screening evaluations to determine the need for more testing. This can include newborn hearing screening or screenings at a pediatrician or general practice physician's office. Becoming familiar with the screening options offered by GSI will allow audiologists to advise other medical professionals on appropriate equipment for hearing screening. The purpose of this course is to provide an in-depth overview of the new screening products offered by GSI, the GSI Novus and the GSI Allegro.

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AMTAS Pro vs Flex: Operation and Integration

Text version also available
Audiology Online course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Introductory
Presenter: Laura Prigge, AuD

GSI AMTAS software is available in two versions, AMTAS Pro and AMTAS Flex; both provide reliable automated hearing assessments, but are used in different testing scenarios. Detailed knowledge of the operation and integration of AMTAS Pro and Flex ensure maximum efficiency for audiologic testing.

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Acoustic Reflexes: Diagnostically Valuable but Clinically Under-utilized

Audiology Online course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: James Hall, PhD

This webinar offers an up-to-date review of acoustic reflex measurement, an objective test procedure that provides information on auditory function from the middle ear to the brainstem. Topics include a description of acoustic reflex pathways, specific measurements such as threshold, amplitude, and latency, and a systematic summary of multiple evidence-based clinical applications.

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GSI TympStar Pro v1.1 - Updates and New Features

Audiology Online course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Karen Morris, MS, CCC-A

The purpose of this course is to provide the latest information in immittance measurements with GSI TympStar Pro. The new features and enhancements to the TympStar Pro and Configuration Application will be reviewed.

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GSI AMTAS: Automated Hearing Assessment

Text version also available
Audiology Online course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Introductory
Presenter: Tony Lombardo, MS

The GSI AMTAS software connected to a GSI audiometer provides a reliable way to perform an automated assessment of hearing. The self-directed hearing test allows the patient to step through a complete audiologic exam including air conduction, bone conduction and speech with masking. Test reliability indicators and audiogram classification are also provided as well as EMR ready report.

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Evidence-Based Diagnostic Audiology: Enhancing Efficiency and Effectiveness with Value Added Tests

Audiology Online course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Advanced
Presenter: James Hall, PhD

Reliance on value added tests contributes to accurate diagnosis of hearing loss, appropriate and timely intervention, and optimal patient outcome. In this webinar, practical guidelines are offered for the application of value added tests in diagnostic audiology today.

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The Important Role of Otoacoustic Emissions (OAEs) in Preschool Hearing

Text version also available
Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Introductory
Presenter: James Hall, PhD

OAEs are essential for successful hearing screening in the preschool population, especially for children under 4 years. This course reviews the importance of preschool hearing screening for successful EHDI (Early Hearing Detection and Intervention) programs and a strategy for hearing screening of young children that relies heavily on the use of OAE technology.

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GSI for Cochlear Implant Evaluations

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit. 
Learning Level: Introductory
Presenter: Joseph Dansie, AuD

This course is designed to educate audiologists on the practical workflow for patients who require cochlear implants. From FDA and Medicare requirements to pre op and post op evaluations, audiologists will gain a clear understanding of the cochlear implant process.

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Get Creative with GSI Suite

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit. 
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Laura Prigge, AuD

The purpose of this session is to present the customizable reporting features of GSI Suite. The updated software features full flexibility to design multiple reports that combine audiometric data (audiometry, middle ear analysis and otoacoustic emissions), patient demographic data and comments.

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GSI Corti: Great Things Come in Small Packages!

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit. 
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Karen Morris, MS, CCC-A

The purpose of this session is to present the updated features of the GSI Corti. In addition to maximizing efficiency by customizing test settings, the participant will learn how Corti integration with GSI Suite software offers enhanced reporting options, as well as comprehensive customized reporting.

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Introduction to Temporal Processing, Its Applications to CAPD, and Other Aspects of Neuroaudiology

Text version also available
Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit. 
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Frank Musiek, PhD, CCC-A

This presentation will provide novel insights to the application of temporal processing tests and related neuro auditory mechanisms. This information will expand the utility and interpretive acumen of those using these procedures. 

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Pediatric ABR Assessment with CE-Chirp Stimuli

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit. 
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Andrew Stuart, PhD, CCC-A

This course will provide an overview of pediatric assessment with air and bone conducted CE-chirps and CE-Octave Band stimuli. The stimuli will be compared to traditional click and tone burst stimuli and clinical applications will be discussed.

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An Overview of Air and Bone Conducted CE-Chirp Stimuli

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Andrew Stuart, PhD, CCC-A

This course will provide an overview of air- and bone-conducted CE-chirp stimuli. The stimuli will be compared to traditional click and tone burst stimuli and clinical applications will be discussed.

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Hello, Pello! Meet GSI's Newest Audiometer

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Karen Morris, MS, CCC-A

This course will provide a tutorial on the GSI Pello audiometer and the companion software. Basic diagnostic evaluations, as well as special test options will be discussed to ensure participants are able to make informed decisions for their facilities. PC integration of test data using GSI Suite will be reviewed. 

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GSI Suite Update: Expand Your Data Options

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Sherrie Weller, MS

The purpose of this session is to present the new features of GSI Suite. The updated software features new displays of tympanometric data, enhanced options for report creation as well as new functionality within NOAH. This new functionality provides more options for customized reporting needs.

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Customizing to Enhance Efficiency with GSI TympStar Pro

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Intermediate 
Presenter: Karen Morris, MS, CCC-A

The purpose of this session is to review the TympStar Pro Configuration Application Software. The software allows the customization of the various measurements used in middle-ear assessment for infant, pediatric and adult populations. To enhance efficiency, auto sequence protocols may also be created when a series of tests are indicated and appropriate for the patient population.

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Infant ABR: Tone Burst vs CE-Chirp Octave Band

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit. 
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Andrew Stuart, PhD, CCC-A

CE-Chirp Octave Band stimuli are derived from the broad band CE-Chirp stimulus to provide frequency specific assessment capabilities. CE-Chirp Octave stimuli are spectrally similar to tone burst stimuli but differ in their temporal characteristics. Currently, there is limited normative data for ABRs to CE-Chirp Octave Band Stimuli. In this course, findings will be presented from a large study with newborns and adults examining ABRs to air-conducted CE-Chirp Octave Band versus tone burst stimuli. Clinical applications will be discussed.

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GSI AudioStar Pro: Tips and Tricks for Efficient Testing 

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit.  
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Laura Prigge, AuD

Today's busy clinic requires fast and accurate testing, and the AudioStar Pro provides the tools to meet the demands of every hearing healthcare provider. Becoming familiar with the options of the AudioStar Pro will help to ensure critical speed and performance is achieved. The purpose of this course is to provide an in depth overview of the AudioStar Pro clinical audiometer and the configuration application. Additionally, the course will provide tips and tricks for customizing settings and protocols for maximum productivity will be reviewed. 

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Infant ABR: Click vs CE-Chirp

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit.
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Andrew Stuart, PhD, CCC-A

The CE-Chirp stimulus was developed to maximize the temporal synchronization of the responses from the underlying neural components. Few researchers, however, have investigated the utilization of chirp stimulus with newborns. In this course, findings will be presented from a large study with newborns examining ABRs to air and bone-conducted CE-Chirp versus click stimuli. A multitude of stimulus manipulations were investigated. Clinical applications will be discussed.

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GSI Corti: New Features to Enhance Workflow

Audiology Online Course, subscription required for CEU credit. 
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Karen Morris, MS, CCC-A

The purpose of this course is to provide the latest in OAE measurement, test interpretation and reporting of transient and distortion product otoacoustic emissions using the GSI Corti, GSI Data Manager and GSI Corti auto print functionality. An in-depth review of the DPOAE normative data that is included with the Corti device and database will provide guidance for diagnostic OAE test interpretation. Reporting and printing options will focus on improving workflow in the busy clinic and on EMR solutions. 

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GSI TympStar Pro: Seamless Integration to your Testing Routine

Webinar recording only, no CEU credit available.
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Laura Prigge, AuD

Immittance measurements are a critical component of audiometric diagnoses. Diverse patient populations require variations in procedures. This session teaches audiologists how to adjust the parameters of screening and diagnostic Tympanometry, Reflex Thresholds and Reflex Decay based on clinical needs. Additionally, this session will demonstrate how to manage middle ear data and reporting concerns when using the GSI TympStar Pro.

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The Acoustic Reflex: New Perspectives on an Old Test 

Webinar recording only, no CEU credit available.
Learning Level: Advanced
Presenter: James Hall, PhD

The acoustic reflex is an objective test unaffected by listener variables like age, sleep, language, motivation, and cognitive status. Requiring little patient cooperation and only a few minutes to record, the acoustic reflex is a sensitive index of dysfunction involving the middle ear, cochlea, portions of the 8th and 7th cranial nerves, and pathways within the brainstem. Most audiologists have instrumentation for recording the acoustic reflex, yet few regularly apply this diagnostically powerful tool. This E-learning seminar provides a practical and evidence-based review of acoustic reflex measurements and clinical applications. Billing codes for acoustic reflex measurement are also discussed.

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CE-Chirp and Bone Conduction: Can you see me now? 

Webinar recording only, no CEU credit available.
Learning Level: Advanced
Presenter: Heather Reading, AuD

The clinical utility of the broadband CE-Chirp and frequency specific stimuli CE-Chirp Octave Band will be discussed.  Normative data using the B71 bone oscillator will be presented for both stimulus types. Participants will be able to identify Wave V and describe the advantages of what this stimuli offers. 

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Implementing Teleaudiology for Diagnostic Evaluations of Infants 

Webinar recording only, no CEU credit available.
Learning Level: Advanced
Presenter: Andrew Stuart, PhD, CCC-A


East Carolina University has provided diagnostic evaluations of infants living in the eastern part of the state via Teleaudiology since 2011. In this course, the project development including personnel, protocol, training, site preparation, and continuing evaluation/modification will be described. Data from this project will be compared to traditional state programs. Challenges with Teleaudiology services will be discussed. 

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GSI Audera: Fundamentals of System Operation

Webinar recording only, no CEU credit available.
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Sherrie Weller, MS

The purpose of the course is to provide new and existing GSI Audera users with an operational overview of the different evoked potential applications – ABR, DPOAE and ASSR.   Not only will basic operation be addressed, but customizing the applications for more efficient operation will be discussed.  The session will end with routine system maintenance discussion that preserves patient data and improves PC operation. 

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ABR: Clinical Considerations

Webinar recording only, no CEU credit available.
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Sherrie Weller, MS 

Improvements in patient assessments can be gained by applying the multiple tests of the ABR. This course reviews the ABR applications for pediatrics and adults including acquisition parameters and troubleshooting tips. 

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Clinical Applications of DPOAE and Electrocochleography

Webinar recording only, no CEU credit available.
Learning Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Sherrie Weller, MS 

The Clinical utility of DPOAE and Electrocochleography in the pediatric and adult populations will be discussed. Recording protocols, data analysis techniques and troubleshooting tips are covered as well as virtual hands on demonstrations for both applications. 

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CE-Chirp® Fundamentals and Clinical Norms 

Webinar recording only, no CEU credit available.
Learning Level: Advanced
Presenter: Sherrie Weller, MS 

The amplitude of Wave V of the ABR has been proven to be significantly increased through the use of new stimuli - CE-Chirp and CE-Chirp Octave Bands.  This course will review the fundamentals and benefits of the CE-Chirp and CE-Chirp Octave Bands compared to traditional clicks and tone bursts. Clinical norms and recording protocols will also be provided. 

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