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Predictions for 2031: José Luis Fernández. The power of phone tech

 
 

Future of Audiology: 2031

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The smartphone is already a medium for many kinds of lifestyle and health purposes, but another decade will see the hearing aid becoming part of our phones, says our sixth expert to predict the audiology panorama to come in 2031.

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Predictions for 2031. José Luis Blanco : The fast, interactive landscape of 6G-connected hearables

 
 

Future of audiolOgy: 2031

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How much can tech really deliver? The third of our audiology figures to be consulted on a prediction for the 2031 hearing sphere, José Luis Blanco, sees developments in the field of cognition being just as important as the tech developed for devices.

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Predictions for 2031. Lise Lotte Bundesen : Practitioners as person-centred tech guides in a transformed audiology profession

 
 

Future of audiology: 2031

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Among the 15 international hearing health experts asked by Audiology Worldnews for predictions on the audiology panorama for 2031 was someone whose professional mission is to change the direction of the entire thrust of hearing care to one with the patient as an individual at its nucleus. No. 2: Lise Lotte Bundesen

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UK professional associations ready for face-to-face autumn gatherings; BTA announces virtual tinnitus event

 

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The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) has added a virtual event to a busy calendar of UK hearing events, at least two of them face-to-face gatherings.

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EUHA 2021: Fewer non-German visitors than usual as face-to-face returns

 
 
 

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For this first face-to-face return, few non-Germans made the trip to this 2021 EUHA, traditionally the major European audiology gathering.

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LONG READ: Soft audiology skills must match potent tech in POWER and SUPER-POWER hearing aids

 

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Hearing aid manufacturers tell Audiology Worldnews  about their solutions for severe and profound loss. While these go by the name of power or super power hearing aids, applying them to any case tests the knowledge and soft skills of audiologists, who must work hard to maximise benefits from the available technology.

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EUHA is happening! Final green light given for September 15 opening of world's biggest hearing event

 
 

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Organisers of this September's EUHA Congress have confirmed they have all the rubber stamps for the countdown to continue right up to the event's opening on September 15.

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LEARN - Signia's new online education platform for HCPs

 
 

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Leading hearing aid brand Signia has extended its support of hearing care professionals with the launch of Signia Learn, an online learning resource stop for on-demand information, peer interaction, and live and recorded courses, including many that offer continuing education requirements.

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A balancing act: the challenges of severe-to-profound hearing loss cases

 

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Treating patients with severe-to-profound hearing loss is a rope walk between maximising audibility and minimising distortion, argues audiologist Raúl García-Medina in the July-August issue of Audio Infos UK. And it is a task that throw's the onus on professionals' ability to think creatively.

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EUHA Congress: ticket booking open, Covid controls, and full programme

 
 

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The Online Ticket Shop for the 2021 EUHA Congress is now online! Visitors can purchase Congress tickets and tickets for the trade exhibition online.

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