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Immersive education: virtual reality in clinical audiology: a pilot study of the effectiveness of a new patient simulator program on audiology students’ performance on case history tasks
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2012)
Purpose: Hearing loss is a common problem worldwide, and there is an ever- increasing need for more audiologists to be trained. Unfortunately, audiology students cannot always get the clinical experience they need during ...
Learning outcomes of speech audiometry virtual patient use for expert and novice audiology students
(University of Canterbury. Department of Communication Disorders, 2013)
Rationale: Audiology student training in New Zealand faces many difficulties with a limited number of qualified instructors and suitable external placements. With a continued shortage of audiologists in New Zealand, new ...
The Development and Pilot Testing of a Music Quality Rating Test Battery for New Zealand and Australian MED-EL Cochlear Implant Recipients
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2010)
Many cochlear implant (CI) recipients report the sound quality of their devices to be poor, for listening to music. The latest MED-EL speech processing strategy, Fine Structure Processing (FSP), aims to improve sound quality ...
Hearing aid satisfaction among adults with hearing impairment in New Zealand.
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2015)
Introduction: This study investigated hearing aid (HA) satisfaction among adult with hearing impairment (HI) in New Zealand. This study aimed to answer three questions: 1) What are the current HA satisfaction levels amongst ...