- Published on 31 August 2017
On September 1, the Ida Institute celebrates its 10th anniversary. Since 2007, the Denmark-based non-profit has worked with hearing care professionals worldwide to enhance the quality of hearing care, specializing in the development of methods and counseling tools based on person-centered care.
- Published on 30 August 2017
Judging is now underway for this year’s Audiologist of the Year competition, with the event attracting hundreds of entries from across Europe.
- Published on 23 August 2017
Summer issue of bilingual Audio Infos Latin America is already available on our renovated free-access digital platform.
- Published on 15 August 2017
Cochlear implants have made a tremendous contribution since they were brought in for the only sense-related organ that can be replaced. This has proved a major revolution.
- Published on 10 August 2017
Interview to Spaniard Dr. José Juan Barajas, recipient of the International Award in Hearing American bestowed by the Academy of Audiology and founding father of the Canary Islands clinic that carries his name.
- Published on 20 July 2017
Researchers in the United States have found that the auditory system in the adult mouse brain can be induced to revert to an immature state, improving the animals’ ability to learn new sounds, reports Scientific American.
- Published on 18 July 2017
The Indian government’s new goods and services tax (GST) law would put a levy of 5% on assistive devices for people with disabilities, report several of the country’s newspapers.
- Published on 14 July 2017
The University of Michigan recently assessed the results of its partnership program with the Hope Clinic, the Hope for Hearing program, which provides free hearing aids to adults who do not have medical insurance.