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Volume 9

Addressing Issues in Pediatric Audiology: Continuing One Legacy and Creating Her Own

Dawna Lewis looks at the ongoing development of the Desired Sensation Level (DSL) Method and how Susan and her colleagues were willing to take what Richard Seewald started and continue to gather evidence and update methods and protocols to help meet the needs of children with hearing loss.

Volume 5

Focus on Research at Western University

This issue looks at what’s happening at the National Centre for Audiology (NCA) at Western University starting with an interview with new director, Dr Susan Scollie.


Recently, Robert Harrison had the pleasure of attending another meeting of SENTAC, the Society for Ear, Nose and Throat Advances in Children.

Volume 4


Marshall Chasin catches up with legendary audiologist Richard Seewald to discuss his outstanding career and find out what’s been keeping him busy in “retirement.”