Audiology Journal Clubs

Journal Clubs and Case Studies

Journal Clubs on Clinical Audiology
2018
Organiser: Department of Audiology, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford, United Kingdom

The Audiology Department offers monthly journal clubs which is open to audiologists and ENT at Royal Surrey as well as to external professionals in the field of audiology & ENT. Each session lasts for 30 minutes. Please email Bee on bbutterfield@nhs.net if you would like to attend any of these. Exact time/date for each journal club session will be decided on a case by case basis in order to suit the majority of people who express interest in taking part in a particular journal club session.

The topics for 2018 Journal Club sessions are listed below:

January  Role of Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials in Reducing the Age at Hearing Aid Fitting in Children With Hearing Loss Identified by Newborn Hearing Screening

Mehta K, Watkin P, Baldwin M, Marriage J, Mahon M, Vickers D.

Trends Hear. 2017

 

February Older adults’ experiences and issues with hearing aids in the first six months after hearing aid fitting.

Solheim J, Gay C, Hickson L.

Int J Audiol. 2018

 

March Hearing aid fitting and fine-tuning based on estimated individual traits.

Völker C, Ernst SMA, Kollmeier B.

Int J Audiol. 2016 Nov 22:1-7.

 

April Exploring the Effects of the Narrative Embodied in the Hearing Aid Fitting Process on Treatment Outcomes.

Naylor G, Öberg M, Wänström G, Lunner T.

Ear Hear. 2015 Sep-Oct;36(5):517-26.

 

May Unilateral congenital hearing loss in children: Challenges and potentials.

van Wieringen A, Boudewyns A, Sangen A, Wouters J, Desloovere C.

Hear Res. 2018.

 

June  The interpretation of static positional nystagmus in a balance clinic.

Hanna Jeffery, Matthew Hopkins, Rebecca Anderson, Vignapti Patel & Jennifer Rogers

International Journal of Audiology Vol. 56, Iss. 12, 2017

 

July Factors influencing speech perception in noise for 5-year-old children using hearing aids or cochlear implants.

Ching TY, Zhang VW, Flynn C, Burns L, Button L, Hou S, McGhie K, Van Buynder P.

Int J Audiol. 2017 Jul 7:1-11.

 

August Comparison of single-microphone noise reduction schemes: can hearing impaired listeners tell the difference?

Huber R, Bisitz T, Gerkmann T, Kiessling J, Meister H, Kollmeier B.

Int J Audiol. 2017 Jan 23:1-7.

 

September Vestibular (dys)function in children with sensorineural hearing loss: a systematic review.

Verbecque E, Marijnissen T, De Belder N, Van Rompaey V, Boudewyns A, Van de Heyning P, Vereeck L, Hallemans A.

Int J Audiol. 2017 Jun;56(6):361-381.

 

October Relationship of hearing loss and dementia: a prospective, population-based study.

Gurgel RK, Ward PD, Schwartz S, Norton MC, Foster NL, Tschanz JT.

Otol Neurotol. 2014 Jun;35(5):775-81.

 

November Hearing aid fitting and developmental outcomes of children fit according to either the NAL or DSL prescription: fit-to-target, audibility, speech and language abilities.

Ching TYC, Zhang VW, Johnson EE, Van Buynder P, Hou S, Burns L, Button L, Flynn C, McGhie K.

Int J Audiol. 2017 Oct 3:1-14.

 

December Prevalence and Characteristics of Patients with Severe Hyperacusis among Patients Seen in a Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Clinic

H Aazh, BCJ Moore

Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 2018

 

 

Case Studies in Clinical Audiology
2018
Organiser: Department of Audiology, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford, United Kingdom

The Audiology Department offers monthly case study sessions which are open to members of staff as well as to external professionals in the field of audiology & ENT. Each session lasts for 30 minutes. Please email Bee on bbutterfield@nhs.net if you would like to attend any of these. Exact time/date for each session will be decided on a case by case basis in order to suit the majority of people who express interest in taking part in a particular case study session.

The topics for the planned case study sessions in 2018 are listed below:

Case studies 2018
January  A case of a patient with tinnitus & hyperacusis who complained of ear pain following pure tone audiometry and uncomfortable loudness level tests.
February A case of a patient with worsened balance complaint and superior semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome.
March  Assessment and management of hearing aid needs of a patient with Otitis externa.
April Audiological management of a complex patient with BAHA.
May Aural rehabilitation for a patient who has very poor speech discrimination in RSCH Adult Audiology complex clinic.
June Audiologist-delivered CBT for a 5-years old child with hyperacusis-related distress.
July A child diagnosed with Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder following severe jaundice during the neonatal period.

 

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