The final acceptance decisions regarding abstract submissions will be sent out next week. Due to the delay, please be reassured that everyone who submitted an abstract, whether accepted or not, will be permitted Early Bird registration rates, even if the deadline has passed.
Carol Lau, TRI-2020 Vancouver Conference Organizer
March 6, 2020
Call for papers is now CLOSED
The Tinnitus Research Initiative 2020 Conference Committee (TRI-2020) cordially invites faculty members, clinicians, researchers, scientists and students to consider proposals for our upcoming conference theme: From Science to Succour. TRI continues their tradition of providing an interdisciplinary, collaborative platform upon which knowledge, scientific research, trends and best practices about tinnitus can be shared and compared at an international level.
For the upcoming TRI-2020 Conference, we encourage participants to reflect on providing succour, providing relief to the tinnitus client. Over the past 3 decades, there has been a tremendous surge in understanding tinnitus and that has resulted in improved abilities to treat clients with a choice of different approaches. We still however, continue to face many unanswered questions and advancing client care needs to be propelled by continued science and research.
The Conference Committee seeks to encourage intra- and inter-disciplinary discussions about thenature, diagnosis, management and prevention of tinnitus, backed by robust conceptual frameworks and scientific data as well as the professional education of those who treat tinnitus.
Abstract submission open from October 1st, 2019 and close on January 15th,2020.