Research Audiologist, Dr. Elizabeth Stewart, looks at a recent study examining the association between untreated hearing loss and health care costs. The good news? OTC hearing aids have the potential to increase awareness and bring more people to hearing healthcare.
An audiological researcher at Phonak shares 4 learnings from the first clinical study done at Phonak under new medical device regulation.
Drs. Sarah Granberg and Johanna Gustafsson reviewed the literature on working life in relation to hearing loss. Learn what the last 20 years of research revealed.
A research team set out to measure the impact of hearing aid use on the well-being of local adults. Their findings may surprise you.
Audiologists Jane Woodward and Dr. Elizabeth Stewart reviewed 10 years’ worth of UHL and CROS literature. Here are 4 lightbulb moments from their review.
Can functional brain imaging tell us how hearing aid use in children is related to working memory? Researchers at Boys Town National Research Hospital answer this question.
Researcher, Dr. Jack A. Holman shares his learnings on how listening-related fatigue can impact well-being.
Understanding the basics of statistical analyses might tell you whether research findings are consequential or coincidental. PARC researcher Elizabeth Stewart, shares a quick tutorial and her 5th grade learnings that inspired her.
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.
Ever wondered what goes into industry research? Research Audiologist, Ashley Wright, shares 5 things you might not know about research at Phonak Audiology Research Center.
Researchers at Phonak Audiology Research Center share how well AudiogramDirect conducted via a Remote Support session compares to a conventional audiogram, as well as tips for a successful assessment.
This follow-up article to Dr. Julia Sarant’s recent interview takes a closer look at the key takeaways of a study in Melbourne, Australia, that looked at whether hearing technology can slow down cognitive decline.