Louise Craddock obtained her MSc in Audiology from the University of Washington, Seattle, USA and on her return to the UK joined the CI Team at UCL/RNTNE. She moved to the Midlands Hearing Implant Programme in Birmingham in 2000 and became Co-ordinator in 2005. She has held various posts on BCIG council including Chair during the NICE review of CIs in 2009. Louise is also a Trustee of Action on Hearing Loss.

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Extended benefits of cochlear implantation in the elderly

With the challenges presented by an ageing population, Louise Craddock and Charlie Huins describe the benefits of cochlear implants for deaf elderly adults that go beyond improvement of hearing and speech understanding. Introduction People aged over 65 make up 7.4%...