Recorded on 16 November 2023
Hearing as a key capacity in integrated care for older people: New frontiers for audiology in inter-professional education to support working in primary care teams.

Dr Kelly Tremblay & 

Associate Professor Sheila Moodie

Moderated by Kathy Pichora-Fuller


Recorded on 30 October 2023
Hearing care and cognitive ageing: What we have learned from the ACHIEVE study so far

Associate Professor Michelle Arnold & 

Professor Natalie Phillips &

Marilyn Reed

Moderated by Professor Kathy Pichora-Fuller

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Global First Evidence: Uncovering the Real Prevalence of Hearing Loss in Older Adults Using Big Data from English Primary Care

Presented By Dr Dalia Tsimpida
Dalia is a Lecturer in Public Health at the University of Liverpool, an Associate Fellow and Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society as well as a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Over the past decade, her research has focused on the social epidemiology and public health aspects of hearing loss, with a particular emphasis on the relationship between socioeconomic inequality and hearing loss, as well as the impact of hearing loss on mental health in older adults and on accessing healthcare services. Dr Tsimpida has received recognition for her pioneering research, including the International Society of Audiology Scholarship 2020 and the Scientific Award 2021 in Computational Audiology.1 June 2023

 Global Audiology Initiative: updates and opportunities to contribute?Professor Vinaya Manchaiah and Dr Thais Morata

22nd May 2023

Semantic processing of single sided deaf cochlear implant users – understanding how the higher order process facilitate speech intelligibility

Marcus Voola - 27 April 2023

How can we leverage the World Report on Hearing (WHO) to minimize the impact of untreated hearing loss?
Mark Laureyns - 2 March 2023

Auditory Late Responses in noise, what can we learn from school-aged children?

Fauve Duquette-Laplante - 19 January 2023

Updates on hearing evaluation - an Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) focus  

Prof Vivian Iliadou - 10 November 2022