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New Book Explores Different Aspects of the Patient Journey

New Book Explores Different Aspects of the Patient Journey

Fri Feb 24, 2017 03:47 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

A new book on the hearing loss journey has been released. The Experience of Hearing Loss: Journey through aural rehabilitation is edited by Ida fellow Vinaya Manchaiah and Ida Faculty member Berth...

Putting Person-Centered Care to Work: An Interview with Trevor Menchenton

Putting Person-Centered Care to Work: An Interview with Trevor Menchenton

Thu Aug 04, 2016 03:26 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

In an effort to keep up with the fellows who contribute to our seminars and our tool development, Ida recently reached out to Trevor Menchenton, who participated in our first seminar series, which...

New Ida Tool for Cochlear Implants in Development

New Ida Tool for Cochlear Implants in Development

Fri Jul 08, 2016 09:37 AMBy Amanda Farah Cox

The Ida Institute has begun work on a new tool for pediatric cochlear implant patients. The Journey of Life tool began as a product of our “Successes, Gaps and Challenges in CI Rehabilitation: The CI...

New Study Analyzes Stages-of-Change in History-Taking

New Study Analyzes Stages-of-Change in History-Taking

Fri May 20, 2016 03:21 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

A recent study through the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, looks at how the transtheoretical model of behavior change can help audiologists identify a person with hearing loss’s...

New Ear Foundation Report Recommends Adult Hearing Screenings

New Ear Foundation Report Recommends Adult Hearing Screenings

Thu Apr 21, 2016 03:52 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

The Ear Foundation has released its latest report, this time on the importance of adult hearing screenings. “Adult Hearing Screening: Can We Afford to Wait Any Longer?” was written by Brian Lamb, OBE,...

Study Examines Stages of Change After Hearing Screenings

Study Examines Stages of Change After Hearing Screenings

Fri Dec 18, 2015 02:01 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

The personal motivations of people with hearing loss are important to the Ida Institute. We recommend the use of our Circle tool help hearing care professionals track the progress of their clients as...

Living Better with Hearing Loss: An Interview with Katherine Bouton

Living Better with Hearing Loss: An Interview with Katherine Bouton

Fri Jul 31, 2015 10:09 AMBy Amanda Farah Cox

Katherine Bouton lives with and writes about hearing loss. A blogger for AARP and member of the board of trustees for the HLAA, she published her first book, the hearing loss memoir Shouting Won’t...

New Article on Hearing Loss as a Rite of Passage

New Article on Hearing Loss as a Rite of Passage

Fri Mar 13, 2015 03:08 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

Graduations, marriages, and visits to the audiologist: We might not view them in the same light, but they are all milestones in our lives. These watershed occasions are the topic of Ida Institute...

New Films Share Children's Cochlear Implant Journeys

New Films Share Children's Cochlear Implant Journeys

Wed Feb 11, 2015 04:04 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

Ida Institute Chief Anthropologist Hans Henrik Philipsen is currently preparing  new ethnographic films based on a recent trip to South Africa. While in Cape Town, Hans Henrik interviewed families...

Vinaya Manchaiah Presents Research on Patient Journey

Vinaya Manchaiah Presents Research on Patient Journey

Fri Nov 22, 2013 02:27 PMBy Timothy Cooke

Ida Fellow Vinaya K.C. Manchaiah successfully defended his PhD research on the patient journey, hearing disability acceptance, and the stages-of-change approach at the Swedish Institute for Disability...

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