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Clinical Practice

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Family-Centered Care

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Interview series

Theory to practice

A series of interviews with experts in the field. Each interview translates theory into key takeaways for a hearing care professional’s daily practice.

Technology

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The AI Hearing Clinic – AutoSense OS™

In this episode of The AI Hearing Clinic, hosted by Chase Smith, Senior Manager Commercial Enablement at Phonak, we explore how Phonak AutoSense OS uses AI-based machine learning to seamlessly transition between noisy environments and quiet settings for clear conversations.

Talking about Roger™ – Part 1

Audiologist, Min Roh explains the What, Why and Where of Roger™ technology, offering insights into its functionality, advantages, and clinical applications.

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We launched our Audiology Blog in 2016. Today, more than 100 experts from Phonak and across the hearing industry have contributed articles – sharing their insights, opinions and stories with us.

Further topics

Pediatrics

Brain structural and functional organization in children with APD

Can brain imaging tell us about how the brain differs in children with APD compared to children without hearing complaints? Or could it show us where this anomaly happens in their brain? Researchers at the School of Psychology within the University of Auckland answer this question.

Evidence

eAudiology

Teleaudiology – boosted by the pandemic?

Researchers from across the globe looked at the global impact of the pandemic on attitudes and uptake of teleaudiology. Dr. Rob Eikelboom shares their findings and how he and his colleagues at Ear Science Institute Australia responded.