Hearing is more than sensory processing. According to Professor Barbara Weinstein, we need to begin considering hearing health and social connectedness as vital parts of healthy living and well-being.
In this interview, Dr. Barbra Timmer shares how ecological momentary assessment (EMA) differs from traditional self-report measures, what the latest research has shown, and how you can use this tool in daily practice to support the entire patient journey.
In this interview, Gina Angley, AuD, shares research findings showing how adopting this service delivery model improves patient care and practical tips to ensure you are eAudiology ready!
Our brain is inextricably linked to every part of our body and hence researchers are constantly trying to understand more about this mysterious, yet wonderful, organ. In this interview, I speak to Sir Richard Faull, who will enlighten us to where this body of brain research is currently and what the future might hold.
In studies looking at reducing mortality risk factors, maintaining social ties is ranked higher than quitting smoking, drinking less and doing exercise. Learn more about the importance of social connections in this interview with Professor Louise Hickson.
Hearing loss is linked with a faster rate of cognitive decline in older adults. Whether this is a causal relationship is still under debate, as is whether the use of hearing instruments can delay decline. Find out about the latest research in this area and how it could impact your clinical practice.