- Published on 01 April 2022
In this second part of a focus on hearing aid fitting verification, we print the perspectives of a top London-based audiologist, Raúl García-Medina, regular columnist in our UK Audio Infos magazine..
- Published on 31 March 2022
American Academy of Audiology board member Dr. Lindsey Jorgensen shares practical tips on verification testing around her 2022 Conference Learning Lab.
AAA Conference 2022 interview with programme chair, Dr. Wafaa Kaf: interaction, variety, safety...experiences for everyone; everyone wins.
- Published on 30 March 2022
As the first in-person American Academy of Audiology (AAA) Conference since 2019 begins in St. Louis, Programme Chair, Dr. Wafaa Kaf tells Audiology Worldnews about her team’s preparedness and priorities.
"Respected medical figure" appointed as Independent chair to oversee review of audiology in Scotland following NHS Lothian failings
- Published on 23 March 2022
The former President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Professor Jacqueline Taylor, has been appointed chair of a national review of audiology implemented by the Scottish Government following a damning report on failings in paediatric care by NHS Lothian.
March 31 deadline for tenders to manage administration and events for the British Academy of Audiology
- Published on 20 March 2022
March 31 is the final date for receipt of tenders to supply administration and conference function for one of the UK's key professional associations, the British Academy of Audiology (BAA).
- Published on 18 February 2022
The respected International Summer Academy (ISA) at the Campus Hearing Acoustics in Lübeck, Germany returns to an August date this year after being pushed back to October in 2021 to allow some Covid latitude for travellers.
- Published on 16 February 2022
Raúl García-Medina, writer of Audio Infos UK's regular Oval Window articles on audiology issues, shares his thoughts on the importance of routinely obtaining aided speech-in-noise scores, and how QuickSIN testing can help.
- Published on 24 January 2022
As part of a bold expansion of its audiology services, the British multinational optical retail chain, Specsavers, plans to open an additional 30 new audiology businesses in 2022, and is looking to recruit over 100 qualified audiologists and hearing aid dispensers.