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Widex Canada Survey Gauges Tinnitus Awareness

Widex Canada announced that a recent survey it conducted has revealed that while 58% of primary healthcare providers across Canada see patients with tinnitus on a weekly basis, only 21% of them report referring them to an audiologist, otolaryngologist, or hearing care professional on a regular basis. 

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Treble Health and Oto Partner for Telehealth Tinnitus Support

US-based audiology telehealth company Treble Health and Oto, the UK-based digital health startup for tinnitus support, have announced a collaboration to allow Oto app users to access Treble Health’s team of audiologists for telehealth consultations.

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BIHIMA Survey Reveals Awareness of Tinnitus

To mark Tinnitus Week (February 1-7, 2021), The British Irish Hearing Instrument Association (BIHIMA) announced the results of a survey that questioned its research panel of UK audiologists on the subject of tinnitus awareness.

IU Cancer Center Researcher Awarded $5.7 Million Grant to Study Chemo-Induced Hearing Loss

Nearly 6 million patients globally are diagnosed with a cancer each year in which first-line therapy potentially includes highly toxic, platinum-based chemotherapies. While the treatment may lead to hearing loss, ringing in the ears, numbness in hands and feet, and other side effects, it is the only proven cure for the vast majority of testicular cancer patients.

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Neuromod Appoints Rosemarie Tully as COO

In addition to her current responsibilities for corporate development and strategy, Ms Tully will now assume responsibility for all of Neuromod’s operating activities, including manufacturing, supply chain, regulatory, quality, and compliance functions. Ms Tully will continue to report to Dr Ross O’Neill, Chief Executive Officer of Neuromod.

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Toward Standardization of Basic Tinnitus Services by Audiologists

Audiologists should at least offer assessment of tinnitus patients and provide basic intervention for tinnitus through hearing aids and other devices, the provision of accurate tinnitus-care information, and/or referrals to other providers for tinnitus-related services. Here’s an easy-to-understand protocol for patients with tinnitus from Dr James Henry and colleagues.

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