The Audiologist - A Phonak podcast

The Audiologist - A Phonak podcast

Is that deaf with a capital D?

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In this episode of our podcast series based on the new guidelines for best practice in the audiological management of severe and profound hearing loss, we are looking into the nature of severe to profound hearing loss with guest speaker Laura Turton, a clinical audiologist and editor of the guidelines. She talks about the causes of this degree of hearing loss as well as what severe and profound hearing loss means for those affected. Laura also discusses the importance of a person-centered approach of audiological management for this target group and elaborates on her definition of a deaf identity in her conversation with Bernadette Fulton, audiology manager for severe to profound hearing loss at Phonak HQ in Switzerland.


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About this podcast

‘The Audiologist’ is a podcast series created by Phonak to offer audiologists and people interested in audiology new perspectives on hearing health topics.

As the world’s leading hearing aid manufacturer, we regularly collaborate with top audiology experts from around the world. We launched this podcast to share their inspiring views and insights from the industry and the latest on research and learning. You will learn from the very best in their respective fields.

So, join us and our guest speakers for a fascinating journey reflecting on the past, present and future of audiology.

by Phonak

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