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Research Quick Takes Volume 7: Useful Clinical Nuggets Mined From Recent Hearing Aid Research

Brian Taylor, AuD, H. Gustav Mueller, PhD

May 3, 2024

This course includes short summaries of recent journal articles that have direct clinical applications. Key teaching points are explained. The summaries are from articles spanning five different areas...   Read More


Research QuickTakes Volume 6 (Pt. 2): Hearing Aid Fitting Toolbox—Verification and Validation

Brian Taylor, AuD, H. Gustav Mueller, PhD

September 11, 2023

This course describes procedures associated with the varication and validation of the hearing aid fitting, including probe-mic assessment, sound field threshold testing and self-assessment outcome mea...   Read More


Research QuickTakes Volume 6 (Pt. 1): Hearing Aid Fitting Toolbox —Important Pre-Fitting Measures

Brian Taylor, AuD, H. Gustav Mueller, PhD

September 11, 2023

Prior to the actual fitting of the hearing aid, there are several pre-fitting measures that must be conducted. In this article, we review four of these measures, and provide step-by-step guidance rega...   Read More


Research QuickTakes Volume 5: OTC Hearing Aids—Pros, Cons, and Implementation Strategies

Brian Taylor, AuD, H. Gustav Mueller, PhD

September 5, 2023

In the past year, the long-awaited OTC hearing aid category has arrived. In this article, we review the background of the regulation, some issue to consider regarding fitting optimization, and practic...   Read More


20Q: OTC Hearing Aids - They've Arrived!

Thomas A. Powers, PhD

November 14, 2022

The ins and outs of what we now know about OTC hearing aid products, including an overview of the technology, gain and output limitations, and whether they are self-fitting or not.   Read More


20Q: Amplified Stethoscopes for Medical Practitioners

A.U. Bankaitis Smith, PhD, FAAA

October 14, 2019

A discussion of amplified stethoscopes and other solutions for medical practitioners with hearing loss in an engaging Q & A format.   Read More


Through the PSAP Looking Glass

A.U. Bankaitis, PhD, FAAA

May 28, 2019

PSAP performance research will be reviewed, offering the necessary context to showcase the performance potential of devices currently trending in the media. Strategies integrating PSAPs and other alte...   Read More


Wireless Technology: How to Connect FM and Other Accessories Wirelessly to the Ponto Device

Gabrielle Simone, AuD, CCC-A

December 21, 2018

A review of wireless technology used in today’s hearing devices and a discussion of how easy it is to connect to the Oticon Medical Ponto via the streamer. An overview of the streamer functions as w...   Read More


Listening Effort and EEG as Measures of Performance of Modern Hearing Aid Algorithms

Axel Winneke, PhD, Maarten De Vos, PhD, Kirsten C. Wagener, PhD, Peter Derleth, PhD, Matthias Latzel, PhD, Jens Appell, PhD, Frank Wallhoff, PhD

December 10, 2018

The objective of the course is to learn about the usage of EEG as a tool to evaluate hearing aids and their effect on listening effort. This course focuses on a function developed to improve speech pe...   Read More


Evaluation of Modern Remote Microphone Technologies

Jace Wolfe, PhD, CCC-A

September 5, 2018

Using remote microphone technology is the most effective method to improve speech recognition in noise for hearing aid users, with a variety of different remote microphone solutions available today. I...   Read More


Improved Speech Understanding Using Closed Captioning on the Television and Telephone

Teresa Baker

August 20, 2018

This text course discusses how television closed captioning and captioned telephone service have been shown to help those with hearing loss to have a better understanding of speech on the television a...   Read More

Roger for Young Children

Rebekah Cunningham, PhD

June 18, 2018

This course provides research and resources to foster use of Roger technology for children with hearing loss in the 0-5 age range.   Read More


Making Sports Accessible to Student Athletes with Hearing Loss

Grant Rauterkus, Catherine Palmer, PhD

February 1, 2018

Time Out! I Didn't Hear You, was published in 1996 as a resource to support the participation of student athletes with hearing loss in high school athletics. This article describes a project to update...   Read More


The Importance of Television Closed Captioning and Captioned Telephone Service for People with Hearing Loss

Teresa Shipman, AuD

January 15, 2018

How closed captioning and captioned telephone service can help people with hearing loss have a better understanding of speech on the television and telephone.   Read More

Hearing Ecosystems: How Hearing Professionals Can Meet the Needs of Today's Hearing Aid Users

Laurel A. Christensen, PhD, Tammy Stender, AuD

November 21, 2017

Hearing aids have limitations that mean they do not always offer optimum benefit. This article reviews evidence of how hearing aid accessories supplement hearing aid performance, and offers guidance o...   Read More


An Innovative and Cost Effective Approach to Wireless Remote Microphones in Schools

Megan Quilter, AuD, Neil Wright, AuD

October 2, 2017

This article reviews the use of Hearing Assistive Technology in educational settings and presents a cost-effective solution for usage of the most commonly recommended technology.   Read More


Improving Television Listening for Hearing Aid Users

Lisa Standaert, AuD, Lori Rakita, AuD, Olaf Strelcyk, PhD

July 19, 2017

A review of three studies conducted at the Phonak Audiology Research Center designed to improve the TV listening experience for people who use hearing aids.   Read More


A Comparison of HyperSound and Conventional Loudspeaker Transmission Characteristics in an Anechoic Environment

Shaum Bhagat, PhD, Anusha Yellamsetty, MS, Brian Taylor, AuD

November 7, 2016

There are numerous listener benefits when listening to directional sound sources, including perceived improvements in the quality and clarity of sound. The HyperSound® Audio System uses ultrasonic te...   Read More

Wireless Technology: Where Have We Been? Where Are We Now? Where Are We Going?

Stephen A. Hallenbeck, AuD

August 22, 2016

Within the last several years, many wireless technological advances have occurred within the hearing aid industry. These advances include the concept of near field magnetic induction, followed by Blue...   Read More


Growing Your Business with HyperSound

Brian Taylor, AuD

July 25, 2016

Today’s course will review the new HyperSound Clear 500P technology and how it can grow your practice. My goal is to explain why HyperSound should be included in your current product portfolio and h...   Read More

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