News Story #1586

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News Story #1585

Help Wanted EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Sandia Hearing & Audiology, one of America’s oldest and largest retail organizations is expanding. We need audiologists and hearing aid specialists in Arizona to grow with our organization.


News Story #1584

Megan Aldridge Heather Untied AudinaAudina Hearing Instruments Inc, Longwood, Fla, announces the expansion of its audiology department with the addition of Megan Aldridge and Heather Untied. Aldridge, MS, is a gradua


News Story #1583

Publications Oaktree Products Oaktree Products, Chesterfield, Mo, presents Infection Control in the Hearing Aid Clinic, written by A.U. Bankaitis, PhD, an audiologist and private consultant in Boulder, Colo, and Robert J. Kemp, MBA, a microbiolog

News Story #1582

Dave Rajczak The field of audiology has been rapidly developing new diagnostic techniques, with Auditory Steady State Response (ASSR) advancing quickly in the recent years. Vivosonic has implemented its patented Vivography™ (which uses the L


News Story #1581

Directional Microphone Instrument Siemens has announced new research that reportedly proves individuals with hearing loss wearing TRIANO instruments with directional microphones can enjoy conversations in noisy places—in the process making th


News Story #1580

Jerry Ruzicka, President Starkey Laboratories Starkey Laboratories, founded in 1967 in Eden Prairie, Minn, is the world’s largest manufacturer and developer of custom hearing instruments. HR recently spoke with the company’s president,


News Story #1579

PCO School of Audiology Expands with New Clinic Elkins Park, Pa—The PCO School of Audiology announced the establishment of its new audiology clinic on the first floor of the North Building at the Elkins Park Campus. Construction will be compl


News Story #1578

Opinion Petitions for Pragmatism? For at least 6 years, there have been valiant attempts at creating a “starter hearing aid” category that would have widespread appeal to consumers—particularly for those people who are in the earl


IHS Preview

A sneak-peak at the new products, services, and special events featured at the 52nd Annual International Hearing Society convention and exposition in St Paul, Minn.