The Ida Institute is very excited to be featured in two articles in the latest issue of ENT and Audiology News magazine.
The first article is by Berth Danermark at the Audiological Research Centre at Örebro University in Örebro, Sweden. Dr. Danermark is a is a former participant at an Ida Seminar. His article focuses on patient centered care in audiology and what factors allow or prevent audiologists from implementing these approaches in their practices.
The Ida Institute is pleased to announce the arrival of two new staff members. Anne Mette Jeppesen and Amanda Farah Cox have both joined the Ida team in the last month.
The Ida Institute is pleased to announce the launch today of our new Ida Basics course. Ida Basics is a brief course designed as an introduction to the fundamentals of patient centered care. Through Ida Basics, users will learn how to implement patient centered care in their practices and have an opportunity to reflect on their current methods, as well as get inspiration for future interactions.
We are an independent, non-profit organization that aims to foster a better understanding of the human dynamics of hearing loss.
We share and co-create knowledge and tools with hearing care professionals to help them open communication with patients and better address their needs.
We are funded through a grant from the Oticon Foundation.
Share experiences in the clinic and discuss hot-button topics with other hearing care professionals in the Ida community.
By sharing knowledge, we can work together to create a global community for patient-centered hearing healthcare.