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Lise Lotte Bundesen Discusses Inspired by Ida

Lise Lotte Bundesen Discusses Inspired by Ida

Fri May 11, 2018 11:26 AMBy Ellen Pucke

Inspired by Ida is the Institute’s new program that offers an opportunity for hearing care professionals to sharpen their counseling skills and distinguish their practice by earning the Inspired by...

Using Ida Ethnographic Videos as Teaching Tools

Using Ida Ethnographic Videos as Teaching Tools

Fri May 04, 2018 12:45 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

Ethnographic films have long been the basis of the Ida Institute’s work. Over the years, we have built up a rich collection of films detailing clinical encounters between hearing care professionals...

Ida Launches New Benchmark of Quality for Person-Centered Care

Ida Launches New Benchmark of Quality for Person-Centered Care

Fri Apr 20, 2018 02:24 PMBy Ellen Pucke

The Ida Institute has launched Inspired by Ida, a new program that allows hearing care professionals to enhance their counseling skills and differentiate their practice through person-centered care....

Ida Workshop Puts Patient Education on the Agenda

Ida Workshop Puts Patient Education on the Agenda

Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:34 AMBy 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...

Hearing Care from the Perspective of a Danish Anthropologist

Hearing Care from the Perspective of a Danish Anthropologist

Fri Mar 09, 2018 11:09 AMBy Ellen Pucke

Alis Kamstrup is an audiologist working as a hearing counselor for the public health care system in Herning, Denmark. She also recently completed her master’s in medical anthropology, and sat down...

British Society of Audiology, Aston University, Høreforeningen: Ida’s Newest Partners

British Society of Audiology, Aston University, Høreforeningen: Ida’s Newest Partners

Thu Feb 15, 2018 12:12 PMBy Ellen Pucke

The Ida Institute is pleased to announce the establishment of new partnerships with the British Society of Audiology (BSA); Aston University in Birmingham, UK; and Høreforeningen in Copenhagen,...

“The Stress Involved in Keeping Up is Under Publicized:” An Interview with Christine Hunter from SHHH

“The Stress Involved in Keeping Up is Under Publicized:” An Interview with Christine Hunter from SHHH

Thu Feb 08, 2018 01:18 PMBy Jeanette Blom

Christine Hunter is the president of patient advocacy group SHHH in Australia. At Ida’s recent seminar, “The Hearing Journey: What Matters to You?” Christine was able to offer a unique perspective as...

New Partnership with Action On Hearing Loss Aims to Strengthen Person-Centered Care

New Partnership with Action On Hearing Loss Aims to Strengthen Person-Centered Care

Thu Jan 18, 2018 01:29 PMBy Ellen Pucke

The Ida Institute and Action on Hearing Loss have formed a partnership to expand opportunities for people with hearing loss to participate directly in the innovation of audiological counseling tools...

New Study on the Advantages of Telecare for Teens and Tweens

New Study on the Advantages of Telecare for Teens and Tweens

Thu Jan 04, 2018 01:59 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

The Ear Foundation conducted a study using Telecare for Teens and Tweens at the annual Ear Foundation & Euro-CIU 2017 European Friendship Week. Thirty teens and tweens from six different countries,...

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...