While improved communication is the primary goal that we all share with patients and their families, we must each be alert for detractors to well-being beyond hearing loss that may threaten patient welfare.
Understanding the basics of statistical analyses and how to apply and interpret them appropriately might tell you whether research findings are consequential or coincidental. PARC researcher Elizabeth Stewart, AuD, PhD, shares a quick tutorial and her 5th grade learnings that inspired her.
In a world dominated by mobile phones, this article serves as a review of free, readily available iPhone apps designed for auditory training in children with hearing loss.
Returning to work after months of home office can be exhausting for those with hearing loss. Whitney Spagnola shares how Roger On is helping her at the office and tips on how to offer Roger technology.
Are you interested in the latest research investigating the link between hearing health and general well-being? Now you can find a collection of relevant articles in one place. Here is a sneak peak of what you’ll find.
The importance of good hearing for overall well-being is gaining increased attention. Hearing well starts with protecting the delicate sense we have, and a common culprit for damaging hearing is noise!
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