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Revised Protocol for the Provision of Amplification to Infants and Young Children from Western University
Since 2001, with the introduction of Ontario’s EHDI program, the Child Amplification and the Pediatric Audiology Strategies and Systems Laboratories at the National Centre for Audiology (NCA) have been responsible for developing and implementing the protocol for the Provision of Amplification for Infants and Children within the Ontario Infant Hearing Program (IHP). This feature article describes the revised protocol, including key evidence areas that have changed pediatric amplification practices.
Changes in the prevalence and characteristics of hearing loss in a noise-exposed population between 1980 and 2015
Originally published in Canadian Acoustics, we’re pleased to share the study by Brown et al examining that the prevalence of hearing loss decreased, and hearing thresholds generally improved in an occupationally noise exposed population between 1980 and 2015 in British Columbia
Jeremy Brown explains how functional ultrasound imaging has recently emerged as a new tool for monitoring changes in cerebral blood volume (CBV) associated with neural activity.