“I knew there had to be a better way.”
When Jane was working in clinic, most of the hearing technology was designed for adults, and would be tweaked or adjusted for children. “But one thing you learn in the clinics is that children have very, very different needs than adults,” she says. The idea that technology could be designed to cater specifically for the needs of children is what brought her to Phonak.
Jane first joined Phonak HQ in 2005. In her role as Audiology Manager, Jane strives to provide evidence based, impactful products, features and training. She has over 20 years of experience in audiology, working clinically in University hospitals in the UK and Switzerland, in hearing system and software development, and in training. Jane holds an MSc (Audiology) and BSc (Psychology) from Southampton University, UK.
Learn more from Jane and her scope of work
Podcast: CROS and UHL – the evidence!
Unilateral hearing loss has its own far-reaching challenges. How can you help your patients address the challenges of unilateral hearing loss? In this podcast, Jane Woodward and Elizabeth Stewart, AuD, PhD, PARC Research Audiologist, discuss how CROS and BiCROS solutions can help.
10 tips for challenging hearing assessments
Audiologist Jane Woodward shares tried and tested tips to consider the next time your patient is hiding under the table.
Hearing inspired by nature
The new APD 2.0 fitting formula is designed to balance audibility, loudness and sound quality of Phonak Paradise, the latest generation of Phonak hearing aids..