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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.
High thresholds in the TEN are likely in all cases to be associated with a poor ability to understand speech when background sounds are present.
Cathy Benedict from Western University’s Don Wright Faculty of Music takes on her fascinating journey with interdisciplinary audiology research.
This overview article introduces the topic of telepractice in audiology, discusses key practice considerations for beginner providers and outlines current research efforts at the National Centre for Audiology related to pediatric-focused clinical implementation.
The name Brent Edwards, PhD really needs no introduction but for the 7 people who do not know Marshall Chasin chats with the Saskatchewan native about his career to date and his relocation to Australia.
State-of-the-art teaching labs, research, and study areas create an ideal learning space for The School of Audiology and Speech Sciences (SASS) in the Faculty of Medicine at UBC, the only program in British Columbia that educates speech-language pathologists and audiologists.
Renowned audiologist and researcher Robert Harrison joins Canadian Audiogist as a regular contributor with our new “From the Labs to the Clinics” column.
Through an informative an interesting Q and A, Dr. Dan Bosnyak and Dr. Laurel Trainor tell us about the exciting research going on at the LIVELab facility in Hamilton, Ontario.
Located 35 km north of Copenhagen – and 50 km away from Oticon’s headquarters – you find Eriksholm Research Centre. Bo Westergard speaks with Uwe Hermann, the senior director of Eriksholm Research Centre, about how their researchers make audiological discoveries with the potential to provide significant end-user benefits in future hearing care.