Overview

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eAudiology incorporates all information and learnings related to telehealth and eHealth facilitating remote support of audiological rehabilitation.

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Introduction to eAudiology

eAudiology: From theory to practice

The eAudiology page offers all relevant content about eAudiology in one place. It supports hearing care professionals in implementing eAudiology within daily practice. This video provides an overview.

Tania Rodrigues
Education & Training Manager, Phonak Headquarter Switzerland

 
 

eAudiology Webinar series 2018/2019

Digitalization is a big part of our daily lives - and now, the healthcare industry. In our webinar series on eAudiology we guide hearing care professionals through the digital transformation in audiology. To join a webinar or view recording please visit Phonak Learning.

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An introduction to eAudiology



By Danielle Glista, PhD

A review of perceptions and report on findings


By Dr. Gurjit Singh

Digital transformation in hearing healthcare


By François Julita

Using eAudiology to improve hearing-related knowledge


By Dr. Melanie Ferguson

Consensus statement on eAudiology


By Joseph Montano, EdD

mHealth tools: measuring real-world hearing performance


By Barbra Timmer, PhD, MBA

Practical clinical application



By William Campbell MCISc

Remote hearing aid programming: the next frontier


By Dr. Gina Angley

Phonak Remote Support: Key learnings and practical tips



By Dr. Jean Anne Schnittker

Connected technologies for improved awareness, access and affordability in hearing health care

By Prof. De Wet Swanepoel

Upcoming: The impact of eAudiology on student training



By Karen Muñoz, EdD

Upcoming: Learnings from PARC on app-based hearing aid adjustments in real-life and series wrap-up

By Dr. Christine Jones

Short and easy-to-read blog posts on eAudiology and other latest developments in audiology:

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Using eAudiology to support patient-centered practice

Mobile health (mHealth) apps allow hearing care professionals to capture information about their patients' real-world experiences as they happen.

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eAudiology: Shifting from theory to practice
 

The profession of audiology is changing at a rapid pace. A Family-Centered Care approach to eAudiology can help ease the transition from a traditional model to an innovative one.

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Knowledge is power: Using eAudiology to improve hearing-related knowledge

C2Hear is an interactive, multimedia educational intervention that can be delivered through the internet and mobile technologies for easy access and a wide reach.

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