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Volume 7

Knowledge Translation from Research Labs to the Audiology Clinics: A Flow or Just a Trickle?

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.

Volume 5

Moving Advanced Diagnostic Assessment into Clinical Practice: An integrated Knowledge Translation (iKT) Plan

Jordana Costa Soares tells us how an analysis of the barriers and facilitators of implementation can be used to develop a product that is of high-quality, effective, and efficient at delivering the best services to the public.

Volume 4

From the Labs to the Clinics

Renowned audiologist and researcher Robert Harrison joins Canadian Audiogist as a regular contributor with our new “From the Labs to the Clinics” column.