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Barrier and opportunities for hearing care: finding a way forward for all

Ideal models of care for communities can include tailored ear and hearing care interventions. Barriers exist at an individual and societal level to realise the vision of hearing care for all, regardless of country or resource setting. Affordability of hearing...

New global alliance brings hearing care to people in 14 developing countries

A global project from MED-EL will provide access to new ear and hearing care services for almost 100,000 people living with undiagnosed and untreated hearing loss in developing and emerging countries around the world.

Hearing Care Centre Ipswich relocates to new state-of-the-art clinic

Audiology & aural care experts at the Hearing Care Centre expand operations in Ipswich with the relocation of their flagship clinic.

Why and what should hearing care professionals know about cognitive impairment and dementia

Good reasons to care about cognitive impairment and dementia in audiology If asking people what they fear most when getting to old age, it is cognitive decline that is named most often. This comes with the expectation of limitations in...

Charitable hearing care in Pakistan: establishing the IMRA Cochlear Implant Programme and Middle Ear Project

IMRA, the International Medical Relief Agency, is a registered charity providing volunteer-delivered cochlear implant and major ear surgery to children and adults in Pakistan. Established in 2001 by UK-based ENT surgeons led by Mr Haroon Khan, its primary aim is...

Global alliance brings hearing care to people in 14 developing countries

To mark World Hearing Day, a global project has been created to provide access to ear and hearing care services for thousands of people living with undiagnosed and untreated hearing loss.

BIHIMA final quarter results show encouraging growth in NHS hearing care market

“We are pleased to report that the hearing technology market has ended 2017/18 in a strong position and we expect to see continued growth in the new fiscal year ahead.” – Paul Surridge, the BIHIMA chairman  

Hearing Care, cognitive decline and dementia: A public health challenge, or an opportunity for healthy ageing?

Brian Lamb, OBE and Sue Archbold PhD, Hon LLD A new document from The Ear Foundation, launched at European Association of Cochlear Implant Users (EURO-CIU) annual general meeting in Poland, reviews the latest evidence on the association between hearing loss,...

First ever World Report on Hearing

With less than three weeks to go, the countdown has begun to the launch of the first ever World Report on Hearing on World Hearing Day, 3 March 2021. Through the global launch of the report, WHO intends to reach,...

Andrew Coulter becomes new BSHAA president

Andrew Coulter became BSHAA’s new president at the Council meeting at the Royal College of Physicians in London on 10 January. Andrew is the first directly elected president of BSHAA, the professional body for independent audiologists. He was elected as...