The importance of good hearing for overall well-being is gaining increased attention. Hearing well starts with protecting the delicate sense we have, and a common culprit for damaging hearing is noise!
A recent study from Western University’s National Centre for Audiology offers clinical implementation guidance around the application of remote hearing aid support. Dr. Danielle Glista shares 6 main factors to consider.
Do you want to revitalize effective communication for your patients, especially those with severe and profound hearing loss? Dr. Linda Thibodeau suggests that we put a stronger emphasis on non-technology strategies. This means focusing on solutions that involve the human connection.
Most of the studies done at Phonak Audiology Research Center (PARC) involve adult human research participants. Research Audiologist, Megan Adler shares what their experience looks like.
Audiologist, Charlotte Gordon, uses a holistic Maori model of health to look at the burden of hearing loss and social isolation. Her insights shed light on the impact of social isolation on well-being, inequities in hearing healthcare, and ways we can reduce the risk in vulnerable communities.