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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 productsn, icluding an overview of the technology, gain and output limitations, and whether they are self-fitting or not.   Read More


Optimizing Patient Benefit in Acoustically Challenging Social Situations, Part 2: Person

Brian Taylor, AuD, Niels Søgaard Jensen, MSc

November 1, 2022

This article describes the factors associated with communicating in acoustically challenging social situations. Part 2 focus on individual factors such as peripheral hearing loss and SNR loss, how to...   Read More

20Q: Bone Conduction Hearing Devices - Updates and Future Directions

Marlene Bagatto, AuD, PhD

October 10, 2022

This article describes bone conduction hearing devices (BCHD), who are candidates, and how to fit and verify them using current clinical tools for both adults and children. Differences between percuta...   Read More


Optimizing Patient Benefit in Acoustically Challenging Social Situations, Part 1: Place

Brian Taylor, AuD, Niels Søgaard Jensen, MSc

October 3, 2022

This article describes the factors associated with communicating in acoustically challenging social situations. Part 1 focus on room acoustics, signal-to-noise ratios and their consequences on older a...   Read More

20Q: Measuring Clinical Productivity—the Hunt for the Right Metric

Derek Stiles, PhD

September 12, 2022

How do you know if you are working hard enough, or too hard? Is your clinic’s workload similar to others in your region? Productivity measures can help answer these questions. This article describes...   Read More


20Q: Hearing Aids, Hearables and the Future of Hearing Technology

Dave Kemp

August 8, 2022

This article covers the innovation occurring within today’s hearing aids and consumer hearables, and highlights the key differences between the two product-sets. In addition, the article explores th...   Read More


20Q: Adding Vestibular-Balance Neurodiagnostics to Your Audiology Practice

Richard E. Gans, PhD, CCC-A

July 11, 2022

Why audiologists should include vestibular-balance neurodiagnostics in their practices, and considerations for getting starting such as selecting a test battery, establishing referral sources, trainin...   Read More


What Big Data Has to Say About Individual Differences in Hearing Aid Use: Insights From GN Online Services (Gnos)

Anthea Bott, PhD, Tobias Piechowiak, Jennifer Groth, MA, Charlotte Thunberg Jespersen, MA

June 13, 2022

This article provides insight in hearing aid wear time from a large manufacturer database. It explores the contribution of some known variables such as hearing loss severity, age, gender, and others t...   Read More


20Q: Extended High Frequency Hearing Loss - Translating Science into Clinical Practice

Srikanta Mishra, PhD, CCC-A

June 13, 2022

Hearing impairment in the extended high frequencies (EHFs) can occur in the presence of a normal audiogram. This 20Q reviews the current knowledge on EHF hearing impairment and the usefulness of EHF a...   Read More


HIPAA for Allied Health Professionals

Kim Cavitt, AuD

May 13, 2022

Review the foundations of HIPAA privacy, security, breach notification, and marketing requirements and guidelines as they relate to hearing healthcare. This introductory course is intended for new hir...   Read More


20Q: Hearing Aid and Cochlear Implant Wear Time in Children - Eyes Open, Ears On!

Jace Wolfe, PhD, CCC-A

May 9, 2022

A review of research examining hearing technology wear time in children and its effect on outcomes, as well as clinical tips for optimizing hearing technology wear time in children with hearing loss.   Read More


Study Reveals Signia Split Processing Significantly Improves the Signal-to-Noise Ratio

Petri Korhonen, MSc (tech), Christopher Slugocki, PhD, Brian Taylor, AuD

May 1, 2022

A study describing acoustic measurements of the new split processing implemented in Signia AX hearing aids, and a comparison of those measures to the effect of other common processing algorithms, incl...   Read More

20Q: Occupational Stress and Audiologists

Diana C. Emanuel, PhD, CCC-A

April 11, 2022

This article reviews recent literature on occupational stress in audiology, discusses the need for additional research in this area, and describes ways in which individual audiologists and audiology p...   Read More

Covid-19 With Older Adults: An Update

Krista Covell-Pierson, OTR/L, BCB-PMD

March 21, 2022

Therapy practitioners serve an important role for older adults amidst COVID-19 as we address ADL, safety, quality of life, mental health, and other areas directly impacted by this virus. Our contribut...   Read More

20Q: Hearing Loss and Public Health Initiatives

Nicholas Reed, AuD

March 14, 2022

How hearing loss is associated with healthcare-seeking behaviors and unmet health care needs. A new hearing loss public awareness campaign and public health training initiatives that are open to audio...   Read More


Keeping Hearing Aids Out of the Drawer: Emphasizing Effective Patient Education to Improve Your Practice

Frank Talarico, MClSc, Robert Koch, MESc

March 7, 2022

This course examines the age-old question: “How do I ensure patient success with their hearing aid before they leave my clinic?” Two basic educational models are used to inform and create a new in...   Read More


Snapshot of the Impact of Covid-19 on People with Hearing Loss in Chicago, Illinois and Copenhagen, Denmark

M. Lisa Sjolander, AuD, Kimi Nina Møller, MA, Anthea Bott, PhD

February 21, 2022

A review of a study examining the impact of COVID-19 on hearing impaired people in two different geographic regions, and how the current results compare to research on patients earlier in the COVID-19...   Read More


20Q: Assessing Auditory Wellness in Older Adults

Larry E. Humes, PhD

February 1, 2022

A discussion of perceived hearing difficulty in adults, including correlation with pure-tone audiometry, relationship to auditory wellness, and effect on candidacy for intervention.   Read More


20Q: Forensic Audiology

Robert M. Traynor, EdD, MBA, FNAP

January 4, 2022

The need for forensic audiology as well as the role and expectations of a forensic audiologist as an expert witness for a legal case. An overview of the stages of a civil legal case is also discussed.   Read More

20Q: Promoting Healthy Hearing Over the Lifespan - Considering Comorbidities

James W. Hall III, PhD

December 13, 2021

Collaborating closely with primary care physicians, audiologists can mitigate the development of hearing loss over a person's lifetime by looking at lifestyle factors such as diet and exercise, as wel...   Read More


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