Bernath was a prominent figure within the International Hearing Society (IHS), serving as its treasurer and as the first Canadian governor. She was well known for her dedication to raising educational standards and establishing educational programs for hearing aid specialists in both the United States and her native Canada.
Knowles Corporation announces a major milestone—the shipping its two millionth MEMS microphone for hearing instruments.
A team of researchers at The University of Texas at Austin has developed a tiny, low-power device that mimics a fly’s sensitive hearing mechanism.
High-fidelity hearing protectors preserve the sound quality of music and voices, and are the best choice for most musicians’ hearing protection needs.
Intriguing research continues to focus on music, the brain, and music’s potential in honing auditory acuity, including speech-in-noise performance and the enhancement of listening abilities.
Musicians can be a hearing care professional’s worst nightmare and, on occasion, their greatest teacher. Guest editors, Douglas Beck, AuD, & Marshall Chasin, AuD, take a look.
In May, Audigy Group began the process of establishing a paid online search program, which is now performing at a high level.
The new publication, Statistical Methods and Reasoning for the Clinical Sciences: Evidence-Based Practice, was written to give practitioners the scientific literacy needed to understand statistical methods in order to increase the accuracy of their diagnoses.
In this month’s Blog Page David Kirkwood takes a look at new listening devices from a California high-tech start-up.
Hearing Review Editor-in-Chief Karl Strom takes a look at second quarter hearing aid sales in this month’s Staff Standpoint.