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