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Ida Institute Partners with Nova Southeastern University

With this partnership, NSU is joining 31 other organizations in the Person-Centered Hearing Network (PCHN), a global coalition of key stakeholders in audiology, representing professionals, academia, and patient organizations – working together to improve hearing healthcare at a global scale.

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Ida Institute Accepting Proposals for 2021 Grants

The grants award funding to projects that develop evidence related to Ida Institute initiatives and demonstrate the effects of person-centered care in hearing rehabilitation. The Ida Institute has allocated funding to the value of $30,000 to be awarded to three projects in 2021, with a maximum of $10,000 per grant.

Playing Different Notes: The Benefits of Motivational Interviewing in Hearing Healthcare

Patients will often remember and appreciate your “bedside manner”– or the way you relate to them in a personal and caring way–over your knowledge, skill, education, and professionalism. Using an improvisational approach to the patient interview may, at times, be cumbersome. However, it is also likely to make your approach to their hearing-related problems more interesting, genuine, and meaningful—for both the patient and you.

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Patient-Centered Hearing, Balance, and Tinnitus Care: An Interview with Adam & Jerusha Shulberg

Adam & Jerusha Shulberg are the owners of Cubex Audiology Ltd in London, a private practice that was originally founded by Adam’s father in 1964.

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Hearing Loss as a Social Problem: A Study of Hearing-impaired Spouses and Their Hearing Partners

This article describes how hearing-impaired persons and their partners experience and manage hearing loss in the context of their conjugal relationships. Based on in-depth interviews and being together with hearing-impaired persons and their partners, it argues that the social implications of hearing loss are associated with the temporal aspects of conversational exchange. A more nuanced understanding of the strategies hearing-impaired people and their partners employ to manage interactional complications can help to improve care and support for people affected by hearing loss.

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