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The Future of ORL-HNS and Associated Specialties Series: The future of audiological rehabilitation

  • David Baguley (a1) and Linda Luxon (a2)


The field of audiological rehabilitation in adults faces an array of opportunities. Some of these are technological, as with the advent of fully digital hearing-aids, and some involve clinical practice, such as opportunities for true multidisciplinary working, and for changes in hearing-aid prescription and provision. The development of well-validated questionnaire instruments should facilitate robust research into the effectiveness of clinical interventions in adult audiological rehabilitation, for such evidence is urgently needed if the field is to thrive.




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