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


Racing and Its Noise

Racing has been around since footraces were all there was, after which we probably... 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

Scams and the Caption Phone System

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

The Dance of a Thousand Hands

Throughout Asian religion, the name Guanyin is short for Guanshiyin, which means “Perceiving the Sounds... Read More

Global Issues in Hearing Care: Dynamics, Problems & Solutions, Part I

A number of years ago I met Siamak Sani at an audiology meeting in... Read More


Binaural Fittings…….Is the Practice the Same Everywhere?

Audiologists in the United States have gradually, over the past 30 years, moved from a... Read More

Caffiene & Tinnitus: Revisited

Hearing International  reviewed this innovative finding at Hearing Health and Technology Matters, October 18,... Read More

7th Coalition for Global Hearing Health Conference, Manila

From the Editor: This week’s Hearing International was prepared by the President-Elect of the American... Read More

Leadership in Audiology ……..It’s The Same Everywhere…Part 1

This next couple of weeks at Hearing International will be dedicated to leadership around... Read More

Facts on Hearing Loss and Amplification Use, a 5-Country Survey

While researching this week’s blog for Hearing International I discovered a recent survey by Sonova.  Although... Read More