Top-10 Hearing Review articles for 2014, as judged by reader interest and website traffic, as well as a dozen more “must reads” in cased you missed them in 2014.
In his January 2015 blog, Dr Chasin explains how working with musicians (and in other audiological areas) is fun, requiring targeted application of audiology training and clinical knowledge.
It is critically important to provide all the natural localization cues through hearing aids, and this study shows that localization performance can be enhanced through the use of listener-based training programs.
Results from a hearing loss survey undertaken in the United Kingdom between October and December 2014 reveal that 46% of British people diagnosed with hearing loss don’t receive any treatment for it.
Gael Hannan’s blog post is a “diary” that someone bringing home a first pair of hearing aids might write.
EAR Inc announces that its new SHOTHUNT waterproof electronic earplugs are designed to meet the needs of hunters and shooters, with nanotechnology that protects the electronic components of the plugs against water, moisture, sweat, and other corrosive elements.
Hearing aids and cochlear implants appear to improve balance in older adults with hearing loss, say researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
University of the Pacific is launching the second of only two audiology doctorate programs in California, aiming to confer 22 doctorate degrees per year.
Audiology Systems, a distributor of audiology and vestibular products and equipment, has been selected as one of 2014’s “Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” in the United States.
National Public Radio (NPR) recently featured “El Deafo,” a new book from children’s author and illustrator Cece Bell, who chronicles her own story about growing up with profound hearing loss.