Dr. Dany Pineault, Clinical Audiologist and Academic, discusses the two main components of counseling that can help your patients better cope with this common hearing condition.
Scientific research comes in many different forms. Audiological Researcher, Kevin Seitz-Paquette, Au.D., makes it easier for us to understand how strong or weak that evidence might be.
Hearing health is tied to healthy aging. Learn how Phonak is contributing to groundbreaking studies on cognition and delivering guidance and tools to help you address well-being in audiological care.
A recent study looked at whether hearing aid programming can be changed for older children without significantly impacting their ability to complete complex auditory tasks. Researcher, Dr. Elizabeth Stewart provides a summary of the findings.
Now is the time to raise awareness, change perceptions and increase public knowledge around Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia.
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.
This evidence-based publication is filled with recommendations to guide you in integrating virtual hearing aid care into clinical practice for your pediatric and adult clients.
Hearing care professionals are no stranger to stigma in their daily clinical practice. Researcher Dr. Kevin Seitz-Paquette shares results of a recent literature review highlighting what needs to change during conversations with patients.
International experts provide evidence-based guidance on a holistic, person-centered approach that promotes physical wellness for healthy aging.
A recent independent analysis looked at the number of freely accessible evidence available from six major hearing aid brands. The findings shed light on Phonak’s commitment to research.
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.
Did you know that hearing loss is nearly twice as prevalent in patients with type 2 diabetes? Researchers, Drs. Emily Urry and Elizabeth Stewart, share research findings looking at the relationship between diabetes and hearing loss.