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Sivantos and Widex

Sivantos and Widex merge to become WS Audiology

Sivantos and Widex

iHear launches pay-as-you-go aids on subscription with online tweaking and support

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Larry Humes, from Indiana University, at HEAL 2014

HEAL 2014 - Hearing Across the Lifespan is a global conference organized in Italy, Lake Como, from June 5th to June 7th. Watch the Audiology Worldnews interview with Larry Humes, from the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, Indiana University.

'Contact lens' for the ear project on cusp of clinical testing
'Contact lens' for the ear project on cusp of clinical testing

Innovation

Dr. Dominik Kaltenbacher © Vibrosonic

A "completely new alternative to a normal hearing device"—an eardrum-hugging disc using a piezoelectric transducer and labelled by its inventors a "contact lens" for the ear—now has the home straight of its development in sight.

EUHA 2019: Watch the trailer and save the date!
EUHA 2019: Watch the trailer and save the date!

Congress

The 64th International Congress of Hearing Aid Acousticians and Trade Exhibition will take place 16-18 October 2019 in Nürnberg.

Are patients with psoriatic arthritis at risk for hearing loss?
Are patients with psoriatic arthritis at risk for hearing loss?

comorbidity

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A first-ever multicentred study to evaluate hearing in psoriatic arthritis (PsA) suggests clinicians should be aware that patients with this skin condition may be at risk of developing hearing loss.

NICE criteria review means 70% more NHS cochlear implants annually in UK by 2024
NICE criteria review means 70% more NHS cochlear implants annually in UK by 2024

CI

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A significant rise in the number of UK NHS patients receiving cochlear implants (CIs) will follow a long-overdue criteria revision by the standards-setting body NICE.

New regional ENT plan for the Pacific
New regional ENT plan for the Pacific

Public health

ARR

Australian and New Zealand ENT and Audiology experts have been meeting this spring with their counterparts from 6 Pacific Islands to help develop a plan to tackle an alarming regional shortage in hearing health equipment and workforce.

To be, or not to be … together?
To be, or not to be … together?

Joint conference

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The second collaborative conference with the British Academy of Audiology (BAA) and British Society of Audiology (BSA) and the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA) – Hearing: A Sense of Purpose – took place in Bristol on 25 March.

Auditory nerve implant research wins $9.7m US health grant
Auditory nerve implant research wins $9.7m US health grant

ANI

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A sizeable research grant from the US National Institutes for Health (NIH) has set up the University of Minnesota to lead a global project into developing a different kind of implant to the cochlear variety, one that can restore normal hearing.

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Auditdata: tools to excel in businessAuditdata: tools to excel in business

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As the global hearing profession faces change and what seems to be many threats, we think it is imperative that businesses have access to the best tools and data. [ ... ]

Oticon launches groundbreaking Oticon Opn SOticon launches groundbreaking Oticon Opn S

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Oticon Opn S takes the open sound experience and the unique benefits of BrainHearing™ to the next level, and features the world’s first system to [ ... ]

Oticon Opn Play™ Premium a breakthrough in paediatric hearing care Oticon Opn Play™ Premium a breakthrough in paediatric hearing care

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Oticon Opn Play™ breaks with conventional hearing technology by opening up a new world of sound for children and ensures  [ ... ]