- Published on 07 December 2021
Today’s audiologists have challenges coming at them from all angles. Whether it’s Covid, repair turnaround, cash flow, modern marketing complexities, or doubts about pricing, the solutions are there. Audio Infos asked Starkey’s UK MD, Tim Clark, to share his thoughts on 10 current problems faced in hearing practices. Start counting...
UK private hearing care chain Boots boosts business aims with go-ahead to train Hearing Aid Dispensers in-house
- Published on 16 November 2021
The UK's leading private hearing care chain, Boots, now has the independence to run its own Qualification in Hearing Aid Dispenser (QHAD) training programme, a major advantage for its business strategy.
- Published on 08 November 2021
While hearing aid sales recover from the impact of pandemic restrictions, Audio Infos UK resident audiologist columnist argues that a person-centred approach is the way for both professionals and patients to see solutions in the right light.
- Published on 04 November 2021
Future of Audiology: 2031
Among UK figures from the 15 worldwide audiology experts we asked for visions of audiology in the year 2031, Sue Falkingham stands out as a voice of experience. She has been round the block in the hearing care sphere and knows the audiologist as well as anyone.
- Published on 21 October 2021
Future of Audiology: 2031
The smartphone is already a medium for many kinds of lifestyle and health purposes, but another decade will see the hearing aid becoming part of our phones, says our sixth expert to predict the audiology panorama to come in 2031.
- Published on 28 September 2021
Future of audiolOgy: 2031
How much can tech really deliver? The third of our audiology figures to be consulted on a prediction for the 2031 hearing sphere, José Luis Blanco, sees developments in the field of cognition being just as important as the tech developed for devices.
Predictions for 2031. Lise Lotte Bundesen : Practitioners as person-centred tech guides in a transformed audiology profession
- Published on 22 September 2021
Future of audiology: 2031
Among the 15 international hearing health experts asked by Audiology Worldnews for predictions on the audiology panorama for 2031 was someone whose professional mission is to change the direction of the entire thrust of hearing care to one with the patient as an individual at its nucleus. No. 2: Lise Lotte Bundesen
UK professional associations ready for face-to-face autumn gatherings; BTA announces virtual tinnitus event
- Published on 18 September 2021
The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) has added a virtual event to a busy calendar of UK hearing events, at least two of them face-to-face gatherings.
- Published on 16 September 2021
For this first face-to-face return, few non-Germans made the trip to this 2021 EUHA, traditionally the major European audiology gathering.
- Published on 02 September 2021
Hearing aid manufacturers tell Audiology Worldnews about their solutions for severe and profound loss. While these go by the name of power or super power hearing aids, applying them to any case tests the knowledge and soft skills of audiologists, who must work hard to maximise benefits from the available technology.