Category: Tinnitus Testing

Tinnitus Testing


ESIT Receives Funding for Tinnitus Research Scholarships

As part of its research and development program, “Horizon 2020,” the European Union (EU) is making 3.8 million euros available for the European School for Interdisciplinary Tinnitus Research (ESIT)—an education program funded by the EU in order to promote tinnitus research in Europe—in order to gather data on a systematic interdisciplinary basis, to research new treatment methods, and to train 15 young scientists for work in the field, ESIT announced.

Tinnitus Issues and Management: 2017

As we continue to support the needs of the tinnitus patient and practitioner—from sound generators to therapy approaches—it is important to maintain flexibility in treatment. This article looks at the three most-common tinnitus treatment approaches used within a clinic or with an individual patient. Recent evidence suggests the therapist is 9 to 10 times more important to the outcome of therapy than the specific treatment approaches, and new tools like Oticon’s Tinnitus SoundSupport are providing better options in the treatment of tinnitus patients with hearing aids.

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3rd International Meeting on Internet & Audiology to Be Held in July

Researchers and other interested people are invited to the 3rd International Meeting on Internet & Audiology in Louisville, Ky, on July 27-28, 2017. The purpose of the conference is to present innovative research and have opportunities to discuss this emerging field. In-person conference participants are limited to 100, but there are also opportunities to participate in portions of the conference remotely via live internet streaming.

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