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Journal of Hearing Science is dedicated to current peer-reviewed scientific research in all areas of Otolaryngology, Audiology, ENT (ear nose throat), Phoniatrics, and Rhinology. Its primary mission is to offer an international forum for professionals; a secondary aim is to assist hearing practitioners by providing important knowledge helpful to patients with hearing, voice, speech, and balance disorders.

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Volume 4(1) 2014

Published: 2014-05-14

Hearing Implants for Older Adults Workshop, New York City, January 2014

Artur Lorens

(WHC, IFPS, Kajetany, Poland)

JHS 2014; 4(1): SR63-63

ID: 890871


Abstract: The Hearing Implants in Older Adults Workshop was Med-El’s second meeting on this multi-disciplinary research topic. In an exciting 1-1/2 day meeting, attended by 120 people from around the world, researchers from a range of hearing science disciplines presented data on geriatric audiology, cognition and hearing, the older brain, electrophysiology, physical and perceptual changes with age, hearing implant surgery, and outcomes as well as balance and fall risks.

Keywords: geriatric audiology, older adults, hearing implants



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