Trending topics in 2021

This week we reflect on some of the most read blog articles of this past year.

As we enter a new year, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our success possible. We would like to thank our readers for your continued engagement and acknowledge all our contributing authors. We are fortunate to have featured over 100 experts from around the globe over the past 5 years.

Looking back on 2021, our authors shared insights on important industry topics, such as how to implement remote hearing healthcare, best practice guidance for severe and profound hearing loss and the importance of hearing well for one’s social-emotional, cognitive and physical well-being.

Here are 21 of our most-read articles in 2021 from expert authors around the globe:

What can audiologists do to help lonely patients? – Dr. Gabrielle Saunders

2 ways severe-to-profound hearing loss is just … different – Dr. Pamela Souza

Offer more than just technology – Dr. Linda Thibodeau

Listening-related fatigue, well-being and the importance of daily-life activity – Dr. Jack Holman

Looking beyond hearing – Dr. John Clark

3 steps to improving family-centered care in your audiology clinic – Dr. Katie Ekberg

Hyperacusis: What audiologists need to know – Dr. Dany Pineault

Severe/profound hearing loss goes deep – Dr. Lorraine Gailey

Guidance we have all been crying out for! – Laura Turton

It’s not the technology, it’s what people do with the technology – Dr. Melanie Ferguson

Using participatory research to help guide remote care practices – Dr. Danielle Glista

How do you and your patients feel about telehealth services? – Dr. Karen Muñoz

How brain dynamics vary in children with hearing loss – Dr. Elizabeth Heinrichs-Graham

Autism – addressing listening in classrooms – Dr. Erin Picou

The challenges of learning during the pandemic – Dr. Erin Schafer

Tapping into people’s lived experience with hearing loss – Dr. Caitlin Barr

3 tips for successful fitting of remote microphone technology – Dr. Barbra Timmer

Managing tinnitus and severe and profound hearing loss – Dr. Maren Strophal

Family-Centered Care: What you need to get started! – Dr. Louise Hickson

5 steps to fitting ActiveVent Receiver in Phonak Target – Dr. Jacqueline Drexler

Three ways Roger On can help your patients heading back to the office – Whitney Spagnola

We hope you enjoy these reads. This has been an exceptionally fruitful year for us – and we look forward to 2022.

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