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Person and Family Centered Care in Audiology: How are we Doing?

by Barbara Weinstein, PhD A guiding principle of work with older adults is patient-centered... Read More

The Emerging Effectiveness of Self-Fitting Hearing Aids, Part 2

Self-Fitting Hearing Aids: Are They Effective?   Fortunately, audiologists at the National Acoustic Laboratories... Read More

The Emerging Effectiveness of Self-Fitting Hearing Aids: Is the IKEA-ization of Hearing Aids Good for Patients and Clinicians?

Although the FDA has yet to officially codify the Over-the-Counter (OTC) Hearing Aid Act,... Read More

Words Matter: Does Vapid Chatter About Hearing Aids Cause Patient Harm?

by Brian Taylor “Signal & Noise” is a bimonthly column by Brian Taylor, AuD.... Read More

Navigating the Road Ahead, Part 3: What is a Mild or Moderate hearing problem?

In Part 3 below, the authors take their forward-thinking views on hearing healthcare, which... Read More