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The British Academy of Audiology (BAA) has elected Sue Falkingham as its new President.  Sue is the first Hearing Therapist ...
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The British Academy of Audiology (BAA), British Society of Audiology (BSA), and British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA) have ...
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The UK Government has announced that it is seeking to publish a green paper on care and support for older ...
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The American Academy of Otolaryngology has updated its guidelines on cerumen impaction. The guideline aims to promote evidence-based management. The ...
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Capacity challenges in hospitals make it impossible for the existing NHS workforce to meet the hearing needs of Northern Ireland, ...
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Ageism is at the heart of International Day for Older Persons 2016, an opportunity to start new conversations about hearing ...
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NCHA Policy Officer Jakob Stenkvist reviews the current hearing care sector in the UK and looks at how community providers ...
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With all eyes on Rio 2016, we showcase three Olympians who have not let their hearing loss - or any ...
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Consumer and retail technology plays an ever greater role in helping people with reduced hearing secure and stay in work, ...
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Dr Louise R Newson BSc(Hons) MBChB(Hons) MRCP FRCGP My husband Paul and I first met 27 years ago when we ...
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Each year NHS providers in England have to agree to terms in the updated Standard Contract. This year we see ...
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The Rocky franchise has broken the Hollywood mould by confronting big-screen stigma of hearing loss, says Oliver Lamb.  This week ...
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The NHS must speed up the transition of hearing care to the community by freeing hospital audiology departments to innovate ...
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NHS blogger Roy Lilley recently criticised attempts to ration NHS adult hearing services. Bringing care into the community can help ...
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NCHA Policy Officer Jakob Stenkvist blogs about developments in healthcare policy since the election and what role the hearing sector ...
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Curtis Alcock, founder of online hearing think tank Audira.info, with part one of his series on why some of the ...
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Curtis Alcock, founder of online hearing think tank Audira.info, with part one of his series on why some of the ...
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Poor access to healthcare is a shocking but common experience for Deaf people, and we are fighting to change that ...
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There are some simple steps the government and health commissioners can take to improve hearing care pathways. In evidence to the ...
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Throughout our lives our hearing changes. Modern hearing care is also adapting, opening up to the wider healthcare world and ...
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