This article reports on an investigation of the speech recognition benefits of four commercially available remote microphone systems, each with a different wireless audio transmission protocol.
The answer to this question may surprise you.
Musicians earplugs are indeed flat after all and provide uniform attenuation of sound from 80 Hz to over 16,000 Hz making them ideal for playing and listening to music.
The Canadian Infant Hearing Task Force recently released their Position Statement on Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI).
Hosted by Drs. Manohar Bance and Steve Aiken, the Canadian Hearing and Auditory Research Translation (CHART) group held its first workshop in Halifax NS for leaders in audiology, otology, and hearing science from across the country to discuss priority research questions and form plans to address them.
In this issue, we are proud to feature two more Student Poster Presentation from the 2014 CAA Conference. In this issue we give you, “Outcomes of Patients Implanted with the Bonebridge Bone Conduction Device by Ricky Chow, MCl Sc Candidate (Audiology) and Do Adults with Increased Fitness Levels Show Resistance to Age-Related Hearing Loss?” by Tori Stone, MCl Sc Candidate – Audiology.
Dalhousie Students, Lyndsey Blakeley, Jenna MacGregor, Sarah McQuaid, and Michelle Zou, take an interesting look at “Evaluating the Suitability of Hearing Aid Manufacturer Websites for Older Adults.”
The wearables are coming, the wearables are coming! Calvin explores this trend with some help from our good friends over at HearingHealthMatters.org.
In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” column coordinator Janine Verge and her coauthor Anton Charko give us a “Proposal to Standardize Gaze during oVEMP Testing using a Chin Rest.”
Gael Hannan explains how people with hearing loss occupy an awkward place in this world that spins on the sounds of people, nature, and machines that most other people can hear and understand.
Wayne Staab tells us the story of how, in the late 1980s and early 1990s, a series of events occurred that brought fitting hearing aids more deeply into the ear canal.
In the first of a three-part series, Kim Tillery looks at “Accommodating CAPDs – The Tripod System.”
Class is in session for this issue’s “Back to Basics as Professor Marshall Chasin tells us about “Linguistics 101 for Hearing Healthcare Professionals.”