A recent study by Phonak examined the relationship between listening effort and listening-related fatigue. Study findings suggest that wearing hearing aids throughout the day can reduce fatigue levels and increase reaction times.
Audiologist, Charlotte Gordon, breaks down the 250-page report which includes areas for improvement for both hearing prevention, effective solutions and steps that can be taken to achieve equitable access for all.
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.
Hearing and music are inextricably intertwined. Learn about research out of New Zealand showing music therapy to be beneficial for those with neurological disorders.
In this interview, Stefan Launer speaks to all things custom – past, present and future. We discuss challenges that have been overcome to create smaller products with greater functionality and we look towards challenges and future potential in this realm.
Our brain is inextricably linked to every part of our body and hence researchers are constantly trying to understand more about this mysterious, yet wonderful, organ. In this interview, I speak to Sir Richard Faull, who will enlighten us to where this body of brain research is currently and what the future might hold.
Research suggests hearing loss may be associated with cognitive decline. As HCPs, what do we need to know about this risk and what part are we able to play in the awareness of this?