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Revisiting the Audiogram – or How to Communicate Hearing Loss Effectively

Revisiting the Audiogram – or How to Communicate Hearing Loss Effectively

Fri Dec 07, 2018 02:40 PMBy Jeanette Blom

How can we help people with hearing loss and professionals understand and explain hearing loss effectively? This question was at the heart of the latest Ida Institute innovation workshop, "Understandi...

Ida Workshop Puts Patient Education on the Agenda

Ida Workshop Puts Patient Education on the Agenda

Fri Apr 06, 2018 01:34 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

The Ida Institute will host a two-day innovation workshop in Denmark at the end of June. The workshop will further the work done during the October 2017’s “What Matters To You?” seminar, focusing on...

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 03:00 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...

New Ida Seminar Strengthens Focus on the Patient’s Voice

New Ida Seminar Strengthens Focus on the Patient’s Voice

Fri Nov 03, 2017 03:18 PMBy Jeanette Blom

Ida’s latest innovation seminar, “The Hearing Journey: What Matters to You?,” took place in Skodsborg, Denmark, from October 14 – 16, 2017.

The aim of the seminar was to explore concrete ways of...

Ida Presentations and Booth at AudiologyNOW! 2017

Ida Presentations and Booth at AudiologyNOW! 2017

Fri Mar 24, 2017 03:22 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

The Ida Institute is preparing the annual AudiologyNOW! Conference, held this year from 5-8 April in Indianapolis, Indiana. Ida will host four presentations at AAA:

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Recipients Chosen for Ida Research Committee Grants

Recipients Chosen for Ida Research Committee Grants

Fri May 13, 2016 01:14 PMBy 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...

An Interview with Tinnitus Challenge Participant Dr. Tobias Kleinjung

An Interview with Tinnitus Challenge Participant Dr. Tobias Kleinjung

Mon Feb 01, 2016 04:07 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

Dr. Tobias Kleinjung is an otolaryngologist based at the University Hospital of Zurich, where among his patients are those who suffer from tinnitus. Dr. Kleinjung recently participated in Ida’s...

Ida Holds Tinnitus Challenge Mini-Seminar

Ida Holds Tinnitus Challenge Mini-Seminar

Wed Dec 09, 2015 09:47 AMBy Amanda Farah Cox

The Ida Institute recently held a mini-seminar on tinnitus in Skodsborg, Denmark. “Tinnitus Challenge: Moving Forward with Person Centered Care” assembled an international group of 15 participants...

New Ida Seminar Focuses on Tinnitus

New Ida Seminar Focuses on Tinnitus

Tue Oct 20, 2015 11:07 AMBy Amanda Farah Cox

Tinnitus is a difficult topic for patients and hearing care professionals alike. For people who live with tinnitus, the ringing in their ears is a constant trial that can put their mental well-being...

Ida Seminar Explores the Cochlear Implant Journey

Ida Seminar Explores the Cochlear Implant Journey

Thu Apr 30, 2015 11:58 AMBy Amanda Farah Cox

What does a successful cochlear implant journey look like? The Ida Institute set out to answer this question with our latest seminar, “Successes, Gaps and Challenges in CI Rehabilitation: The CI...

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