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Some Helpful Links for members of the Public

Below are a selection of helpful website links about hearing and audiology:

General Audiology Sites

  • AntiMicrobial Therapy in Otolarygology - Head and Neck Surgery
    This site gives detailed information on drug treatments in ENT, including a section on ototoxic side-effects.
  • Audiology Awareness Campaign
    A website sponsored by the Academy of Dispensing Audiologists, the Educational Audiology Association, the Military Audiology Association, and the Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology
  • Audiology Net
    An index to almost all topics related to Audiology including audiometric tests, features of common pathologies, anatomy and physiology. An EXCELLENT general resource
  • Audiology Online
    An information exchange for the hearing healthcare community. Includes a "chat" facility, and a Web site directory
  • Cortical ERA Resource Site
    An educational & technical resource site for Audiologists to promote the development, availability and clinical use of Cortical electric response audiometry
  • ENT and Audiology News
    Keep abreast of research and developments in Otolaryngology - online !!
  • Hereditary Hearing Loss
    Check out the latest research into the genetic bases of hearing loss
  • Kresge Laboratory
    The Kresge Hearing Research Institute, part of the Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, at the University of Michigan consists of a dedicated group of scientists, physicians and staff working on basic and clinical aspects of hearing and balance, in health and disease.
  • Medline
    Search the Medline database for FREE !!
  • Paediatric Audiology Website
    This link takes you to the site for Van Asch Deaf Education Centre, Christchurch.
  • Peak Software
    Audiology Office account and patient management system, developed by Peak Software
    A non-commercial web site established to increase public awareness of hearing loss providing comprehensive information on hearing, hearing loss and tinnitus and how to treat and live with hearing loss or tinnitus.

Professional Organisations

  • British Society of Audiology
    Multi-disciplinary society including researchers in hearing and auditory science, educational professionals, and medical professionals including Ear Nose and Throat specials, Clinical Audiology staff, including Audiometrists, Clinical Scientists, Hearing Therapists and the public.
  • Canadian Academy of Audiology
    Canadian equivalent of NZAS.

New Zealand Organisations

New Zealand's television captioning and audio description service, fully funded by NZ On Air.
Information on the hearing impaired population of New Zealand
Paediatric (Infant) Audiology
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