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Continuing Education

Research & Development for New Products at Oticon
Oticon CEU courses
Presented by Don Schum, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #36216Level: Intermediate1 Hour
At Oticon, we take a multi-facetted approach to creating solutions for patients with hearing loss. Not only do we have a traditional research and development arm in the company, we also have an extremely unique research institute, Eriksholm, that helps fuel the imagination of what could be the solutions of the future.

This course is part of the 2021 Industry Innovations Summit on AudiologyOnline.

Oticon Connectivity Options in a Changing World
Oticon CEU courses
Presented by Amanda Greenwell, AuD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #36194Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Technology has become an integral part of our everyday lives. These innovations have changed the way we connect with the world around us. In this seminar we will review how Oticon’s connectivity options can add additional opportunities to improve the signal to noise ratio and provide technology-based conveniences.

Deep Neural Networks: A Look at the Clinical Evidence
Oticon CEU courses
Presented by Douglas L. Beck, AuD
Live WebinarFri, Mar 19, 2021 at 12:00 pm EDT
Course: #36217Level: Intermediate0.5 Hours
The “On-The-Chip” Deep Neural Network within Oticon More allows an entirely new way to process sound. This presentation will offer a brief and informal overview of the clinically based performance evidence gathered to date.

This course is part of the 2021 Industry Innovations Summit on AudiologyOnline.

The Oticon Podcast Program - The Audiology of Oticon More (Season Nine)
Oticon CEU courses
Presented by Don Schum, PhD
Audio
Course: #36352Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
No CEUs/Hours Offered
Oticon’s mission is to continue to push the envelope and create life-changing technology. Oticon More represents our next major leap forward at creating a new solution for persons with hearing loss. More introduces a variety of ground-breaking approaches that have yet to be seen in hearing aids, most significantly the inclusions of a Deep Neural Network on-board each and every product.

Episode 1: The Origin of Oticon More
With the release of Opn in 2016 and then OpnS in 2019, we demonstrated that we could improve the patient’s ability to communicate effectively in complex listening situations without having to create an artificial, restricted listening experience. With More, we wanted to show that we could take the next major leap in technology development.

Episode 2: Embracing a New Approach to Signal Processing
Deep Learning has been transformational in other areas of business and healthcare. Problems that were particularly vexing were able to be solved in a new and more effective manner. We have adopted Deep Learning in More for the same reason – to allow us to take the next the next step in solving the number one problem faced by patients with hearing loss.

Episode 3: Implementing Deep Learning in More
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in various forms is starting to make its way into the hearing aid world. With More, we are incorporating the most sophisticated version of AI – Deep Learning. It is our new processor for speech in noise situations. And it provides a more nuanced and multi-dimensional treatment of all sounds in the listening environment.

Episode 4: The Patient in a 3-D World
We live in a world that is rich in sounds. And our goal is to provide the patient with a full perspective of the sound scene, but in a way that allows for improved, less-effortful performance. Our Virtual Outer Ear and Sound Rebalancer approaches are designed to be the first step in creating this full, but properly prioritized sound scene.

Episode 5: How Much Sound Does the Patient Want?
When directional and noise reduction systems are active, they take some amount of signal loudness out of the response of the hearing aid. With the speed and processing power of the Polaris platform, we are now able to build a certain amount of that lost loudness back into the response of the hearing aid in the mid and high frequencies using a new feature called the Sound Enhancer. We expect that different patients will want more or less of this recovered signal in the response of the device.

Episode 6: Protecting the Speech Signal
With Speech Guard, we demonstrated how important it was to properly control the dynamic response of a nonlinear processing system in a hearing aid without having to accept the inherent limitations of either fast or slow processing. We have now expanded on this concept with the development of MoreSound Amplifier by including adaptive adjustments of the resolution of the processing in order to maximally protect the integrity of the speech signal.

Episode 7: Protecting Gain
With the release of OpnS in 2019, we introduced an absolute unique approach to identifying and eliminating feedback. With the release of More, we have improved upon that concept with the development of MoreSound Optimizer – a system designed to protect gain in the important higher frequencies.

Episode 8: Oticon More & the Cognitive System
Our Brain Hearing approach to developing solutions has always placed a premium on providing the brain the very best information possible. The most current research into the cognitive system has emphasized the ability to take in a full sound scene and then decide which parts on which to focus and which parts to suppress. And with More, we designed a system specifically to provide that full yet rebalanced sound scene to the patient.

Episode 9: Patient Performance with More
As always when we develop new solutions, we carefully evaluate performance to ensure that we have improved upon our previous generation of technology. With the release of More, we have carefully measured patient performance and, once again, we have documented evidence of improved speech understanding performance with reduced effort. And these dimensions are the hallmark of our Brain Hearing approach.

Episode 10: The Big Picture
We are in an era where a variety of disruptive approaches to hearing care are becoming part of our world. And while these alternative approaches have merit, at Oticon, we have maintained a solid focus on the first and most important thing that we can do for patients: create solutions to improve their lives, especially in their most challenging environments.

Genie 2 Fitting Focus Series: Oticon More First Fit
Oticon CEU courses
Presented by Amanda Szarythe, AuD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #36119Level: Intermediate0.5 Hours
In this course we will cover the initial fitting steps for a successful Oticon More initial fitting using Oticon’s Genie 2 fitting software.

Videos

Meet new Oticon More™ hearing aids!

February 1, 2021

New Oticon More is the world's first hearing aid with an on-board Deep Neural Network that helps patients handle virtually all sound scenes with unparalleled precision. It's built on our most...

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Superior technology for every type of patient!

August 18, 2020

With Oticon’s complete portfolio of products, you can offer all your patients superior technology to meet their needs. Our hearing solutions deliver a superb hearing experience for a broad range...

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Oticon Opn S™ Testimonial: Clare Wolf

April 1, 2020

Watch how Oticon Opn S™ hearing aids help firefighter and first responder, Clare Wolf, tune out background noise & focus on what’s important especially in emergency situations when eve...

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Introducing Oticon Xceed, the world’s most powerful hearing aid

September 1, 2019

Dial up the power with Xceed, a brand-new hearing aid designed specifically for users with severe-to-profound hearing loss. Enjoy 360 degree sound, hands-free wireless communication & clear speech...

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OpenSound Booster - Oticon Opn S

April 11, 2019

With Opn S, a new Very High setting offers even more help in everyday situations to those patients who need it most. Patients also have the option to select extra support from OpenSound Navigator, reg...

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OpenSound Optimizer - Oticon Opn S

April 11, 2019

OpenSound Optimizer technology gives you the flexibility to provide up to six additional decibels of gain in an open fitting without the risk of feedback. With optimal gain, open fittings and no feedb...

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ConnectClip - Connectivity Options

April 10, 2019

Oticon Opn Play connects seamlessly with modern smartphones and tablets. With the optional ConnectClip, your child’s hearing aids turn into a high-quality headset. This gives your child access t...

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OpenSound Booster - Oticon Opn Play

April 10, 2019

With Opn Play, a new Very High setting offers even more help in everyday situations to those children who need it most. Extra support from OpenSound Navigator can be selected, regardless of their pre-...

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OpenSound Navigator - Oticon Opn Play

April 10, 2019

Oticon Opn Play gives your child 360º access to the world and helps your child differentiate between meaningful sound and irrelevant, disturbing sound. Our OpenSound Navigator™ technology i...

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OpenSound Optimizer - Oticon Opn Play

April 10, 2019

Children are often unable to attain the prescribed gain due to the risk of feedback. Hearing care professionals are often restricted in their fitting and forced to make compromises due to the limitat...

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Oticon Breaks the Rules. Again. Introducing Oticon Opn S™ & Opn Play™

April 1, 2019

See how Oticon is at the forefront of innovation again with our newest, groundbreaking hearing aids, Oticon Opn S & Opn Play. Users can expect better speech understanding, less listening effort &a...

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Opn™ Testimonial: Hear Jonathan Hutcherson's Story

October 1, 2018

Learn how Oticon Opn™ hearing aids have helped The Voice contestant, Jonathan Hutcherson, pinpoint where different sounds are coming from and interact with his audience when performing. Visit ww...

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Oticon Opn Delivers a Better Sound Experience

November 15, 2017

Through advanced hearing aid technology, Opn continues to improve speech understanding, even in noisy situations. Give your patients the open sound experience that will allow them to get back to the a...

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Oticon Opn Outperforms Traditional and Narrow Directionality

November 1, 2017

At Oticon, we optimize our hearing aids for living life. New research confirms Oticon Opn enables you to deliver a benefit your patients will truly appreciate: better speech understanding in multi-tal...

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Hear what people are saying about Oticon Opn

July 1, 2017

Oticon Opn is changing people's lives with a new world of sound, helping them open up to the world like never before. Now with new styles and features, Opn is available to more people. Hear what p...

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Join the Revolution in Hearing Care

November 29, 2016

Opn™ is changing even more people’s lives with a new world of sound. Sheena Oliver, Vice President of Marketing at Oticon, Inc. welcomes you to learn more about the newly expanded family o...

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Oticon Opn Pupillometry Study

September 9, 2016

Oticon's Eriksholm Research Center studied how patients react to stressful listening conditions using pupillometry, the measure of eye pupil diameter. Findings included a 20% reduction in listenin...

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Introducing Oticon Opn™

June 1, 2016

A revolutionary breakthrough in hearing care.

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Oticon: Actively Using Hearing Aids Helps Reduce the Risk of Cognitive Decline

May 1, 2016

Oticon researchers meet with Professor Hélène Amieva to discuss the impact of her study on hearing loss and cognitive decline.

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Introducing Oticon Speech Rescue

November 30, 2015

Oticon's Speech Rescue™ frequency composition technology provides access to high frequency sounds that would otherwise be lost for more of the details of speech.

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News

Oticon Joins in International Celebration of World Hearing Day “Hearing Care for All”

Oticon University Program Launches Online Lecture Series for Audiology Graduate Students

Ida Institute Announces New Advisory Board Members

Ida Institute Partners with National Acoustic Laboratories to Strengthen Evidence Base for Person-Centered Care

2020 Oticon Focus on People Awards Honor 12 Remarkable People Who Are Changing Perceptions of Hearing Loss

OticonNext Virtual Launch Event Gives US Hearing Care Professionals New Perspective on Hearing Care

Oticon More™ Works More Like the Brain Works, Because It Learned Through Experience

The Ida Institute kicks off 2021 with a special offer on CEU/CPD accredited courses

Call for Proposals for 2021 Ida Institute Research Grants

New Ida Institute Campaign Translates Person-centered Care for Everyone to Help People Get Better Hearing Care

New Pediatric Resources from the Ida Institute Extend Person-Centered Care to Children

Oticon Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Hearing Aid That Launched the Digital Revolution in Hearing Care

Oticon, Inc. Appoints David Horowitz, AuD as Vice President of Sales

Voting is Open for the 2020 Oticon Focus on People Awards

Newest Science in Hearing Shows Brain Needs Access to Full Sound Landscape to Function in Natural Way

Oticon, Inc. Promotes Diversity and Inclusion in Audiology with $30,000 Donation to the American Academy of Audiology Foundation Scholarship Fund

Call for Nominations for the 2020 Oticon Focus on People Awards

2020 Oticon Audiology Summer Camp Goes Virtual to Prepare Students for the Future of Hearing Healthcare in an Increasingly Connected World

Sertoma Inc. Awards $5000 in Oticon-funded Scholarships to Students with Hearing Loss

Ida Institute Announces 2020 Ida Institute Research Grant Award Winners

Articles

Managing Severe Hearing Loss
Don Schum, PhD

The Behavior of OpenSound Navigator in Complex Environments
Don Schum, PhD

Complex versus Standard Fittings: Part 3
Don Schum, PhD

Complex versus Standard Fittings: Part 2
Don Schum, PhD

Complex versus Standard Fittings: Part 1
Don Schum, PhD

The Opn Family: Meeting Even More Audiological Needs
Don Schum, PhD

Successes, Gaps, and Challenges in Cochlear Implant Rehabilitation: The Cochlear Implant Journey for Children and Their Families
Ena Nielsen, PhD

Issues Impacting People with Hearing and Listening Problems and Oticon's Opn Solution
Douglas L. Beck, AuD

Attacking the Noise Problem: Current Approaches
Don Schum, PhD

Understanding and Treating Severe and Profound Hearing Loss
Donald Schum, PhD

The Sociology of Age-Related Hearing Loss
Don Schum, PhD

Empower Patients to Take Action on Their Hearing, Presented in Partnership with the Ida Institute
Anne Mette Jeppesen, MA, Ida Institute

My World: Including Children in their Own Rehabilitation, presented in partnership with the Ida Institute
Anne Mette Jeppesen, MA

There's a New Star in School: Making FM Work for Children with Listening Difficulties
Mary Humitz, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA

Making Speech More Distinct
Don Schum, PhD

Asymmetrical Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Fitting Strategies
Donald J. Schum, PhD

The Distortional Aspect of Sensorineural Hearing Loss: What Can Be Done
Donald J. Schum, PhD

The Oticon Approach
Kelly A. Austin, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA

Does the Fitting Satisfy the Patient?
Donald J. Schum, PhD

What Determines Speech Understanding?
Donald J. Schum, PhD

Ask the Expert

What Are the Design Differences of OpenSound Navigator?
Don Schum, PhD

How Does OpenSound Navigator Work?
Don Schum, PhD

What was the Design Purpose for OpenSound Navigator?
Don Schum, PhD

What to Consider When Fitting Asymmetrical SNHL?
Don Schum, PhD

What to Consider When Fitting Medically Complex SNHL?
Don Schum, PhD

What are the Goals of Ski-Slope Fitting?
Don Schum, PhD

Can the Ida Institute Help Hearing Care Professionals Get Started with Tele-audiology?
Lise Lotte Bundesen

What Should Professionals Know About Fitting Oticon's new Dynamo and Sensei SP Hearing Instruments?
Donald Schum, PhD

How Does Speech Rescue Frequency Lowering Technology Work?
Don Schum, PhD

What are the Key Features and Benefits of the New Inium Sense Platform from Oticon?
Don Schum, PhD

How does Oticon’s Audiological Focus Relate to ‘BrainHearing’?
Søren Nielsen

What is the Most Important Marketing Trend Now?
Sheena Oliver, AuD, MBA

How Can I Personalize my Patients’ Hearing Aid Fitting Experience?
Sheena Oliver, AuD, MBA

Is Battery Drain a Drain on Hearing Performance?
Sheena Oliver, AuD, MBA

How can Oticon Intiga Impact Patient Acceptance of their First Hearing Aid?
Don Schum, PhD

What Factors Drive Patient Success with First-time Amplification?
Donald J. Schum, PhD

How Can I Determine Amplification Readiness?
Donald J. Schum, PhD

How Can I Assess Patient State-of-Mind for Hearing Aids?
Donald J. Schum, PhD

Neural Slowing
Donald J. Schum, PhD

How Much Asymmetry is Considered Significant?
Douglas Beck, AuD

Interviews

Oticon Focused On Life-Changing Technology
Gary Rosenblum

Advocacy Champion Inspires Young People to Speak Up
Emma Faye Rudkin

Woodstock Generation Survey
Gary Rosenblum, MBA

The Ida Institute Introduces New Tools at AAA 2019
Lise Lotte Bundesen

Interview with Lise Lotte Bundesen, Managing Director, Ida Institute
Lise Lotte Bundesen

Getting Started with Person-Centered Care
Lise Lotte Bundesen

Oticon Opn Portfolio - New Additions Bring New Features and Benefits
Gary Rosenblum

New Tools and Resources to Support Person-Centered Care from Ida Institute
Lise Lotte Bundesen

Introducing Oticon Opn
Soren Nielsen

Oticon Plus Power - World's Smallest 13 Power BTE, on the New Inium Sense Platform
Don Schum, PhD

Super Power Focus: Oticon Dynamo and Sensei SP Hearing Aids Address the Needs of People with Severe and Profound Hearing Loss Across the Lifespan
Don Schum, PhD

Oticon Introduces New Power and Super Power Solutions, as Well as Speech Rescue Frequency Lowering Technology
Don Schum, PhD

Hearing Care is Health Care
Søren Nielsen

Introducing the New Inium Sense Platform from Oticon
Don Schum, PhD

Oticon's ConnectLine App Connects to iPhone® Through Upgraded Streamer Pro
Søren Nielsen

Hearing Industry Trends, Oticon, and People First: A 40-year Perspective
Peer Lauritsen

Introducing Oticon RIA
Sheena Oliver, AuD, MBA

Introducing Oticon Sensei!
Ben Zalm Fernée, AuD

Interview with Sheena Oliver, Vice President of Marketing, Oticon
Sheena Oliver, AuD, MBA

Interview with Ben Zalm Fernée, AuD, Product Manager, Oticon A/S, Denmark
Ben Zalm Fernée, AuD

Resources

Mic Check: Is This Thing On?

Woodstock Generation feeling the consequences of decades of loud music. 50 years after Woodstock, a new survey conducted by The Harris Poll and commissioned by Oticon, Inc. has found an unintended consequence of that generation's love for had-charging, culture-chaning rock and roll.

Opn Clinical Evidence

A summary of the clinical studies investigating the end-user benefits of the new signal processing introduced in Oticon Opn on cognitive effort, memory recall, and speech recognition performance.

Hearing Loss Affects More than 40 Million Americans In More Ways than You Think

Infographic with key findings from an independent Harris Poll commissioned by Oticon, Inc. that sheds light on how approximately 48 million Americans with hearing loss struggle to participate in conversations, strain to understand what is being said and even have difficulty remembering parts of conversations.