“There’s the data and the science and the fittings, but you’re actually dealing with people. Not just the measurable impairment and the physical disability, but also the impact of it.”

David Crowhen

“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!”

Ora Buerkli

“I think that we are just now starting to uncover some of the effects that hearing loss has on total body well-being and on cognition. We’re just scratching the surface.”

Shannon Basham

“Whether it’s fitting software or new functions that we add on a platform, in the end, it’s all about driving end user benefit.”

Solange Anderson

“In my opinion the future of audiology will be all about bringing the analog and the digital world closer together, whether it’s in testing, in the way we reach out to patients or in providing support.”

Anna Biggins
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David Crowhen

“There’s the data and the science and the fittings, but you’re actually dealing with people. Not just the measurable impairment and the physical disability, but also the impact of it.”

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Ora Buerkli

“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!”

Faces of Audiology

Faces of Audiology

Shannon Basham

“I think that we are just now starting to uncover some of the effects that hearing loss has on total body well-being and on cognition. We’re just scratching the surface.”

Faces of Audiology

Faces of Audiology

Solange Anderson

“Whether it’s fitting software or new functions that we add on a platform, in the end, it’s all about driving end user benefit.”

Faces of Audiology

Faces of Audiology

Anna Biggins

“In my opinion, the future of audiology will be all about bringing the analog and the digital world closer together, whether it’s in testing, in the way we reach out to patients or in providing support.”

Faces of Audiology

Faces of Audiology

Nicole Klutz

“My clear goal is to help shorten the time of awareness and to really break the stereotype of hearing aids.”

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Faces of Audiology

Lori Rakita

“My work is split between technical measurements and testing human participants. Both pieces are essential to understanding how hearing aid technology works.”

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Faces of Audiology

Stacey Rich

“For me, audiology is all about giving people, in general, but specifically children, access to the sounds of the world around them.”

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Faces of Audiology

Paul Kreimer

“I’ve always been a technical, hands-on person, and I also enjoy helping people. Audiology is the perfect marriage of both.”

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Faces of Audiology

Christine Jones

“I’ve spent a lot of my career in pediatrics. What really sparked my passion for audiology to begin with is helping those children achieve whatever goals they or their parents have.”

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Faces of Audiology

Davina Omisore

“Like most audiologists I know, I am a people person, and I like a happy end result. I always enjoyed seeing a difference on the faces of the people I have fitted hearing aids to.”

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Faces of Audiology

Rachel Bishop

“I love helping people hear better and seeing these positive changes in their capacity to communicate, which then positively impacts their personal relationships. For me, that’s really the meat and bones of what we do.”

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Faces of Audiology

Bradley Stephenson

“I’m really driven to use experiences to help clinicians do a better job. I have realized that I can help even more people by helping professionals who will work with patients every day.”

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