- Published on 11 October 2021
Everyone using hearing instruments has their own, individual, listening needs. BIHIMA spoke with Unitron’s Director of Clinical Research, Don Hayes about how technology has improved user experience and the work they are doing to continue to improve this.
- Published on 07 October 2021
Government facilitation of Nigeria's cochlear implant market could bring benefit for many more child CI candidates in the country, says Dr. Biodun Olusesi, President of the Otorhinolaryngological Society of Nigeria.
- Published on 06 October 2021
Sixty percent of audiologists recommend over-55s have annual hearing tests, reveals a recent survey by the British and Irish Hearing Instrument Manufacturers Association (BIHIMA). The organisation is calling for testing to be mandatory.
- Published on 04 October 2021
65th International EUHA Congress of Hearing Aid Acousticians. September 15 to 17. Hanover. 5,200 delegates (65% of 2019 attendance) from 60 countries. 20 expert lectures. 4 tutorials. 4 Future Friday lectures. 87 exhibitors from 16 countries.
- Published on 30 September 2021
Big Audiology they might have called it, but thankfully didn't. Yet Swiss audiology giant Sonova has announced a shift to a more holistic approach to embrace the different medical needs that coexist with hearing loss.
- Published on 27 September 2021
A partnership between Sweden-based hearing protection providers Sordin and Israeli communications tech outfit, Cardo Crew, is promising a game-changing line in hearing protectors for people on the move.
- Published on 16 September 2021
The world’s biggest hearing event, the EUHA Congress, celebrated its 65th international edition in Hanover from September 15 to 17, its organisers triumphantly hoping for a final calculation of over 50% of the 8,000+ visitors it attracted in pre-pandemic 2019.
- Published on 13 September 2021
Short term supply chain glitches currently affecting manufacturers worldwide have slowed down the UK and Ireland introduction of Starkey's new Evolve AI. Customers have been told to expect arrival at the "start of 2022".
- Published on 06 September 2021
Voting is open until September 15 for the Hearing Technology Innovator Awards, a category based contest with an overall "innovation of the Year" prize, run by the US audiology site, Hearing Health and Technology Matters.