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Evidence based practice in paediatric audiology

Audiology, like most of the health sciences professions, has been working on integrating evidence-based practice principles since the mid-1990s [1]. Professional organisations and regulatory colleges have produced evidence-based clinical practice guidelines, disseminated them to audiologists and collaborated with practitioners to...

Bolton Paediatric Audiology Development Functional Hearing Loss Day

News from Rosa Crunkhorn, Audiology Department, Royal Bolton Hospital, Bolton, UK The Royal Bolton Hospital welcomed 54 audiologists, medics and other hearing professionals from around the region to a regional paediatric audiology meeting on ‘Functional Hearing Loss’. Speakers approached the...

Audiology in this issue... Paediatric Audiology Gamechangers (NovDec18)

Fifty years ago, the National Conference on Education of the Deaf followed up on the Babbidge Report of 1965, recognising the failure of oralism in deaf education. Because young, deaf children at that time did not have access to sound, they could not develop speech and language. Further, because children were identified at two years or later, early intervention was only a dream.

KIPA Website launched to promote Knowledge and Implementation in Paediatric Audiology

Oticon announced the launch of, a new website to expand access to the resources of the Knowledge and Implementation in Paediatric Audiology (KIPA) group. KIPA, developed and financially supported by Oticon A/S, brings together paediatric audiology researchers, clinicians and...
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