Dr. Gurjit Singh, a senior research audiologist at Phonak, and Dr. Mark Fenske, a cognitive neuroscientist and Professor of Psychology at the University of Guelph in Canada, recently explored this relationship.
Research suggests that stigma does play a role in hearing aid adoption but it’s not so clear cut exactly how it does and there are still many unanswered questions. Here’s a sneak peek at what new research discoveries are soon to be released.
Technologies are reshaping how we connect with our patients and allowing healthcare practitioners to provide services to patients based on what they need or want. From a family-centered care perspective, eAudiology is a good thing – but, there are questions we need to answer first.
Research tells us that time of day influences decision-making patterns, including decisions in audiology clinics.
Prompting conversations about the emotional impact of hearing loss.
Does someone’s ability to hear a speech signal give us all the information we need?
As THE success model of the last decade in healthcare, family-centered care has all the potential to bring hearing healthcare to a completely new level.