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Redux: A Totally New Concept in Moisture Removal

We know that most electronic devices, including hearing aids, are tested to be moisture... Read More

EVEN: The Telehealth Communication Solution

Now that Telehealth is a part of medical and audiology practice, it is essential... Read More

Jump Start Your Practice with Recreational Audiology

by Robert M. Traynor, Ed.D., MBA, FNAP & Garry G. Gordon, M.S. Prior to the... Read More

GLOBAL AUDIOLOGY

Hearing, Balance and Hyperloop: Part I

As a brand new Air force recruit doing basic training in 1966 at Lackland... Read More

Noise Control – Down on the Farm! Part I

 Audiologists and other health professionals around the world have recognized for decades that noise... Read More

Scams and the Caption Phone System

Added May 7, 2016: EDITORS CLARIFICATION: To clarify an error in this article: the... Read More

Protruding/Prominent Ear Surgery – Revisited

A couple of years ago at Hearing International we discussed a relatively new  surgical procedure... Read More

Identification by Ears

These days any type of identification is beneficial. Forget fingerprints, retinal scans or the... Read More

AUDIOLOGY PRACTICE WORLDWIDE

Clinical Burnout in Audiology: Part 1

It is tough becoming a clinical audiologist.  These days in the US there are... Read More

Practicing Outside the Silo: The National Academies of Practice

The lowest level of “working together” with other disciplines in the practice of your... Read More

The World Wide Commoditization of Amplification

Over the past 10 years or so the landscape of audiology has changed significantly.... Read More

EUHA

  Now it is official in Germany, the approximately 14,500 German Hörgeräteakustiker have become... Read More

Cultural Differences in Hearing Aid Use

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) (2015) these are the current facts on... Read More