Online Global Education and Training
Published on: October 18, 2012
Distance education can get trained technicians “on the ground” and allow large populations in remote areas to gain access to quality hearing care.
Article by Richard E. Gans, Ph.D. published in the Hearing Review October 2012.
Fall Risk Management in Audiology and ENT Practice: The Role of Cognitive, Vestibular, and Auditory Function
Published on: February 24, 2023
Patient Care // Fall Risk Management | March 2023 Hearing Review There is significant multidisciplinary interest in modifying risk factors for falling in the population of older adults. By Joseph […]
Part 3 – Audiovestibular Migraine What Audiologists and ENTs Need to Know in 2022 for Expanding Patient Care
Published on: December 13, 2022
Tech Topic | December 2022 Hearing Review Millions of patients needlessly go without proper diagnosis and treatment each year. It is the authors’ hope that readers will become more interested […]
Part 2 – Audiovestibular Symptoms Related to Migraine – What Audiologists and ENTs Need to Know in 2022 for Expanding Patient Care
Published on: November 7, 2022
Tech Topic | November 2022 Hearing Review One of the greatest challenges in the evaluation and management of patients with migraine is the diversity in the presentation of symptoms among […]
Part 1 – Audiovestibular Symptoms Related to Migraine – What Audiologists and ENTs Need to Know In 2022 For Expanding Patient Care
Published on: October 14, 2022
Patient Care | October 2022 Hearing Review Migraine affects nearly 40 million individuals in the United States, more than asthma and diabetes combined. Most will have dizziness, vertigo, misophonia, and […]