Delegates are unlikely to be rushing to book their flights, but a physical—yes, in person—September EUHA Congress and Industry Exhibition has been announced by its organisers. Companies can already book booth spaces.
The joint Covid-19 guidance for UK Audiology and Otology professionals has been revised to take into account the changing situation in the pandemic, and the planned January 15 update has now been released.
As deaf sport faces the challenge of Covid restrictions, athletes in many disciplines are hoping to get back on track in 2021. The summer Deaflympics will go ahead as planned in Brazil, from December 5 to 21, say the event’s determined organisers.
Reports from different world locations suggest that the need for treatment and solutions for auditory loss is becoming more evident now that hearing-challenged persons are wearing face coverings to protect against infection.
Members of the European Hearing Instrument Manufacturers Association (EHIMA) have unanimously voted to be led by new President, Eric Bernard, for the two-year period 2021 to 2022.
Wednesday, March 3, 2021 brings another annual World Hearing Day, but this year’s event may boast more substance through the launch of a project to create global hearing databases.
Signia US has appointed Mike O’Neil as its new president, with complete responsibility for the brand’s management and development. He will work under the recently appointed US president for WS Audiology, Daniel Liberman,
Philips HearLink hearing aids—made by audiology tech giant Demant and sold through the trusted Philips name and channels—are now enhanced by AI capabilities that increase clarity of speech and conversations.[ ... ]
November 30 saw the launch of a brand new hearing aid platform by the Danish manufacturer from the Demant group, Oticon: More is its name.[ ... ]
The healthable scope of Starkey's Livio Edge AI hearing aids has been grown to break new ground in assistive technology solutions through a sensory synergy with the award-winning OrCam MyEye device, which provides visually impaired people with hands-free, audio-communicated access to visual information.[ ... ]