Faces of Audiology
“My advice to people practicing audiology is to be open for change. Change is part of our society these days and I would say: Try and look for the opportunity in all of these changes – it’s always there!”
In studies looking at reducing mortality risk factors, maintaining social ties is ranked higher than quitting smoking, drinking less and doing exercise. Learn more about the importance of social connections in this interview with Professor Louise Hickson.
This listening simulation can help you understand the different technologies so you can ensure students with hearing loss have the least restrictive access to education.
Highlights from the first-ever international conference focusing on the scientific connection between hearing well and being well.
Hearing loss is linked with a faster rate of cognitive decline in older adults. Whether this is a causal relationship is still under debate, as is whether the use of hearing instruments can delay decline. Find out about the latest research in this area and how it could impact your clinical practice.
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