The Digital EUHA Spring Conference gets under way this Friday (March 31) with a useful update on Bluetooth LE Audio, a new public access system set to be the standard for users of hearing aids, headsets, and earbuds.
A severe problem in maintaining workforce numbers and quality is hitting the audiology profession and industry. This is a crisis, one likely to curb progress for years ahead. Audiology Worldnews sought the opinions of an industry expert, the UK's leading deaf children's charity, and a leading audiology education centre.
The audiology profession and industry faces serious difficulties in recruiting new workers. This is a crisis, one likely to curb progress for years ahead. Audiology Worldnews sought the opinion of Raúl García-Medina, former President of the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA).
The audiology profession and industry faces serious difficulties in recruiting new workers. This is a crisis. Read this Audiology Worldnews interview with Samantha Lear, President of the British Academy of Audiology. (BAA)
London's High Court has awarded former Royal Marine, James Barry, over £700,000 in compensation for hearing damage suffered during "exposure to noise during service" between 2013 and 2017.
EUHA's online ticket shop for the 2023 EUHA Digital Spring Conference is now open. Read on for details.
Oticon's much publicised BrainHearing journey continues with the release this February 9 of a new product - Real - that brings innovative features, one to balance loud and soft sounds, and another to deal with noise from wind and device handling.[ ... ]
GN Hearing has announced the expansion of its ReSound OMNIA family, which will now include the group's smallest rechargeable device, the miniRIE.[ ... ]
Switzerland-based CAD software producer Cyfex has highlighted a growing trend for hearing aid dispensers to set up their own earmould production lines using 3D-printing.[ ... ]