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 to hearing aid wear time.
Course created on June 13, 2022
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- After this course, participants will be able to describe how audiological and non-audiological variables influence hearing aid wear time.
- After this course, participants will be able to explain the main variables that influence wear time.
- After this course, participants will be able to list the strengths and limitations of statistical tests with big data.
Anthea Bott is the manager of R&D Insights and Machine Learning at GN Hearing. She is responsible for analyzing data from the GN Hearing data lake. She holds a PhD in Audiology from The University of Queensland.
Tobias Piechowiak is a senior researcher at Jabra applying AI/ML to sound processing and sensors. Before, he was working for GN ReSound designing DSP algorithms for hearing aids, analyzing clinical trials, and doing data mining on audiological and clinical data. He holds a PhD in biomedical engineering and a MSc in mathematics.
Jennifer Groth is the Director of Audiology Communications in Global Audiology at GN Hearing. With a background in clinical audiology, she has filled various roles in Research & Development and Marketing at GN Hearing since 1996. She holds an MA in Speech Pathology & Audiology.
Charlotte Thunberg Jespersen
Director of Audiology Development
Charlotte Thunberg Jespersen, MA, is the director of Audiology Development in Global Audiology at GN Hearing. Charlotte’s previous roles with GN Hearing include research audiologist and project manager. Before joining GN Hearing, she worked as a clinical audiologist at Gentofte University Hospital Department of Audiology in Denmark. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Speech Pathology & Audiology from the University of Copenhagen.
Financial: Tobias Piechowiak is an employee of GN Hearing. Non-financial: Tobias Piechowiak has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
Financial: Jennifer Groth is an employee of GN Hearing. Non-financial: Jennifer Groth has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
Financial: Charlotte Thunberg Jespersen is an employee of GN Hearing. Non-financial: Charlotte Thunberg Jespersen has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
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