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Knowledge Translation from Research Labs to the Audiology Clinics: A Flow or Just a Trickle?
with Robert V. Harrison, PhD, DSc
Bob Harrison muses about how the gap between audiological science and clinical audiology has not narrowed as much as he would have liked during his (45 year) career.
Science Matters: Evaluating Masked Speech Perception in Children: Moving Towards Clinical Tools that Provide Information about Children’s Functional Hearing Skills
by Margaret K. Miller, AuD Lori J. Leibold, PhD
Miller and Leibold explore why conventional clinical tools do not fully capture children’s functional hearing abilities and what’s being done to help overcome this issue.