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Gael Hannan: He's "hearing," I'm not. Can this marriage be saved?

Gael Hannan: He's "hearing," I'm not. Can this marriage be saved?

Fri Jul 19, 2019 03:53 PMBy Gael Hannan

In the 1950s, Ladies' Home Journal ran a popular column called "Can This Marriage Be Saved?” Real-life couples shared their perspectives on their troubled marriage and an ‘expert’ weighed in with...

New Edition of the Textbook Counseling-Infused Audiologic Care Meets Growing Demand for Person-Centered Care

New Edition of the Textbook Counseling-Infused Audiologic Care Meets Growing Demand for Person-Centered Care

Fri May 03, 2019 10:19 AMBy Amanda Farah Cox

John Greer Clark and Kristina English have published the third edition of their textbook, Counseling-Infused Audiologic Care. The new edition features updated research supporting person-centered care...

New Ida University Course Module: An Introduction to Tinnitus and Its Management

New Ida University Course Module: An Introduction to Tinnitus and Its Management

Fri Mar 29, 2019 08:27 AMBy Clint McLean

Our free university course just got even better. We’ve added an important new module called an Introduction to Tinnitus and Its Management. Designed for educators, the module combines authoritative...

How Hearing Loss Affects Personal Relationships

How Hearing Loss Affects Personal Relationships

Fri Feb 15, 2019 08:33 AMBy Amanda Farah Cox

How does hearing loss affect our relationship with our better half? “Hearing Loss as a Social Problem: A Study of Hearing-impaired Spouses and Their Hearing Partners,” a newly published study in the...

Audiologist Sakhile Nkosi Battles Lack of Resources  in Rural South Africa with Person-Centered Care
How Does Hearing Loss Affect Relationships?

How Does Hearing Loss Affect Relationships?

Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:14 PMBy Ellen Pucke

Hearing loss can sometimes be an obstacle for effortless communication in our close relationships. Ida Institute Senior Anthropologist Hans Henrik Philipsen has been working in this area for over nine...

New Book: The Role of Communication Partners in Audiological Rehabilitation

New Book: The Role of Communication Partners in Audiological Rehabilitation

Thu Jan 25, 2018 12:09 PMBy Jeanette Blom

A new book by Drs. Vinaya Manchaiah and Brian Taylor explores the importance of communication partners in a person with hearing loss’s daily life and rehabilitation. The Role of Communication Partners...

New Ethnographic Films Share the Patient Perspective on the Hearing Journey

New Ethnographic Films Share the Patient Perspective on the Hearing Journey

Thu Dec 14, 2017 02:00 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

Ida is pleased to share three new ethnographic videos. The videos focus on the experiences of three people with hearing loss and their family members and the difference a person-centered approach has...

Ida Presents Communication Partner Tools at Eriksholm Summer Camp

Ida Presents Communication Partner Tools at Eriksholm Summer Camp

Wed Aug 31, 2016 08:14 AMBy Amanda Farah Cox

Ida gave a presentation at the annual Eriksholm Summer Camp, held from August 24-28, at the Eriksholm Research Centre in Snekkersten, Denmark. The program brought together 50 audiology students and...

Recipients Chosen for Ida Research Committee Grants

Recipients Chosen for Ida Research Committee Grants

Fri May 13, 2016 11:14 AMBy Amanda Farah Cox

The Ida Institute is pleased to announce the projects that have been awarded grants through our Research Committee. Projects headed by Nerina Scarinci, Katie Ekberg, and Janet Jamieson have each been...

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