Thousands of delegates from across Europe and beyond attended the 62nd international gathering of the European hearing care professionals in Nuremberg, Germany, from 18th to 20th October 2017.
Susan Clutterbuck b.sc. (Hons), Outstanding Service Award from Audiology Australia in 2016, presents here a special preview of her lecture “Real world outcomes for basic and premium hearing aid technology: is there a difference?” at the EUHA congress, Friday 20 at 12:00.
Robert Beiny, an audiologist at the Hearing Healthcare Practice in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, claimed the coveted title of European Audiologist of the Year (AOTY) 2017, just weeks after being announced as the UK Audiologist of the Year, beating off stiff competition from seven countries across Europe.
Geoffrey Cooling, regular contributor to Audio Infos United Kingdom, shares with us some insights on how technology could transform the industry. As usual, the expert invites us to welcome new challenges with a smile.
For the 62nd international gathering of hearing care professionals from 90 countries, we bring you the fourth edition of our Audiology Worldnews EUHA Congress Special Issue.
On October 17, Widex announces the new WIDEX CUSTOM™ - a completely redesigned in the ear hearing aid with a 40% smaller engine compared to previous models. [ ... ]
Sonic will showcase the new rechargeable Enchant miniRITE with ZPower and versatile SoundClip-A at the annual EUHA congress in Nuremberg, Germany. [ ... ]
Every individual is unique, and hearing aid requirements are equally diverse. Factors such as lifestyle, leisure activities and age must all be taken into account to ensure everybody has the right energy solution for their device. [ ... ]