- Published on 22 October 2023
A study by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Vocational Training has informed a comprehensive analysis of telematic possibilities in hearing care, one that takes in angles from social productivity, education, and the environment. Read a first-hand account by the authors of this analysis on the study's methodology and actions employed, as well as the all-important conclusions it delivered.
- Published on 16 October 2023
As Phonak's science authority Stefan Launer prepares to give a keynote EUHA presentation on the well-being benefits of modern hearing aid functions, his company launches ECHHO, a programme to help audiologists on the links between hearing health and dementia.
- Published on 24 September 2023
Routine use in Manchester maternity settings of the Genedrive non-invasive swab genetic testing system has already saved the hearing of six babies who required antibiotic treatment, says the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT).
- Published on 31 August 2023
Researchers at the University of Manchester have completed the first stage of a Tinnitus Biobank feasibility study. If you would like to take part in the next stage, read on.
- Published on 22 August 2023
Breakthrough UK lab mice research has provided strong evidence that gene therapy may one day be successful in restoring and protecting against human hearing loss caused by a common genetic defect.
- Published on 11 August 2023
Interviewed by Audiology News UK editor-in-chief Peter Wix, New Tinnitus UK CEO Caroline Savage talks with a spirited blend of optimism and realism about the challenges facing her and the charity she now leads.
- Published on 26 July 2023
Nic Wray, one of the leaders of the charity Tinnitus UK, provides an essential synthesis of the current position of underfunded but urgently needed tinnitus research.