Do you know how loud ballons can be? If you don’t know the answer, this article by Bill Hodgetts and Dylan Scott may surprise you.
Given a lack of government mandates for attention to declining hearing, Barbara Weinstein explains that the audiology community needs to raise physicians’ awareness of what happens when it is ignored.
Parent-to-Parent Support within Family Centred Early Hearing Detection Intervention (EHDI) Programs: A Conceptual Framework
Sheila Moodie, Rebecca Henderson, and Andrew Johnson from Western University fill us in on Parent-to-Parent Support within Family Centred Early Hearing Detection Intervention (EHDI) Programs.
In this issue’s entry, Samidha Joglekar provides a basic overview of wireless technology in hearing instruments, and touches upon some of the research areas being examined with the implementation of this wireless technology.
Clinical Changes to RECD Measures: Understanding How the RECD Fits Into the “Big Picture” of Hearing Aid Fitting
Danielle Glista and her colleagues at The National Centre for Audiology are the guest contributors for this issue and tell us all about the “Clinical Changes to RECD Measures: Understanding How the RECD Fits Into the “Big Picture” of Hearing Aid Fitting.”
American Academy of Otolaryngology Encourages Audiological Evaluation and Management of Tinnitus Patients
In this issue’s Science Matters, Richard Tyler and Aniruddha Deshpande from The University of Iowa give us the lowdown on the recently published Clinical Practice Guideline: Tinnitus put out by the American Academy of Otolaryngology.
In this issue’s Science Matters, Kasey Jaikien and Frederick Gallun suggest that if even when the audiogram is normal that it may be worthwhile to investigate a potential central auditory processing (CAP) deficit.
Bill brings us up to speed with the latest on infant hearing in Canada and the Canadian Infant Hearing Task Force.
Steve Aiken gives provides us with a great introduction to our newest yearly tradition from the recent CAA Conference: Student Conference Summaries.
Helping People Live with Hearing Loss: What Rehabilitative Audiologists Can Learn from Health and Social Psychology
In this installment of Science Matters, Kathy Pichora-Fuller and Gurjit Singh give us their excellent submission “Helping People Live with Hearing Loss: What Rehabilitative Audiologists Can Learn from Health and Social Psychology.”