Pete Townshend of the Who, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, and Ozzy Osbourne of Black Sabbath (and the hit “reality” TV show, The Osbournes) have all told the world about suffering hearing loss during their long careers as rockers. So have their fellow Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Eric Clapton, Neil Young, and […]
Editor’s Note: Today we continue with Part 2 of Brian Taylor’s discussion on unbundling service delivery in the hearing clinic and delve further into the implications of seeing things from the “customer’s viewpoint” What do these findings mean to the profession and your business? Before considering an unbundling strategy practitioners would be wise to […]
The Journal @ HHTM
The Journal @ HHTM offers free access to hearing-related research posters, a service made possible by Etymotic Research.
Pathways @ HHTM
Pathways, overseen by Frank Musiek, PhD, is both a Website that covers topics related to CAPD and Neuroaudiology, and a society for people interested in central auditory disorders that regularly meets to discuss these issues.
July’s stroll through the Wonderful World of Patents was likened to Alice falling down the rabbit hole. This week’s post is more like Billie Goats Gruff making a run for it over the troll-dominated Bridge of Willful Patent Infringing. Audiologists rarely read patents, but eventually they are affected by patent skirmishes […]
Six previous posts on the human ear canal focused primarily on its dimensions. This post is directed toward non-dimensional features of the ear canal that lead to an understanding of the tissue, blood supply, and innervation of the ear canal. Skin Lining and Substructure The skin lining […]
Welcome to part VI of Hearing International’s series honoring the Cochlear Explorers. Recall that there are lots of cells and other structures within the body named after the researchers who first described them; their names are called Eponyms. This week’s […]
The Hearing Husband and I sat on individual floor mats , waiting for the instructor to arrive for our first-ever yoga class. It was an introductory session offered by our fitness center and we thought why not? I was about to learn why not. Entering the room, the instructor lowered the lights and as […]
I have been dispensing hearing aids since 1991, longer than some, but just a kid to others in the business. Lately it seems that common politeness has taken a back seat to expressing oneself with no filter; if you are demanding, you may believe you’ll get what you want more quickly. This attitude does not work […]
Bell’s Phenomenon Sometimes the competition isn’t even close. Think Germany versus Brazil in the World Cup. For those of you that have been doing ENG exams for years, back when electrode based testing was the norm. Do you remember how every time you would ask the patient to close their eyes, you would have […]
Charles Mokotoff is an audiologist’s worst nightmare and an audiologist’s greatest teacher. Charles is a hard-of-hearing musician who is as at home with computers as he is with his six-stringed classical guitar. The points that Charles makes with respect to changes in fitting algorithms and to speed up technology so that modern hearing aids can […]
Siblings sometimes report that they feel left out of things because the child with hearing loss, or other disabilities, requires so much attention from parents. Everyone working with a family affected by hearing loss needs to be aware that sibs need attention too. So what can we do? Talk about hearing loss Parents and […]
Par Gael Hannan Gael Hannan animait le groupe d’élèves du primaire entassés dans une salle de classe mobile à Yellowknife. C’était en automne 2007 et Gael, gestionnaire de programme au service de la Fondation canadienne de l’Ouïe, s’y trouvait pour apprendre aux élèves comment écouter en sécurité et prévenir la perte d’audition due au bruit. […]