The Science of Healthy Hearing Podcast

A health & educational podcast
Discussing all things ear & hearing

Welcome to the Ear Science Hearing Podcast, the science of healthy hearing proudly presented by Ear Science Institute Australia, a not-for-profit medical research institute.

In this educational podcast, we will bring you into our world, the world of ear and hearing science. Together with our guest speakers, we will discuss the latest ear and hearing research and what it means to you.

If you’re into health podcasts, look no further than this thought-provoking hearing podcast from a range of hearing health professionals and scientists. Explore the challenges and trends as well as all the new opportunities in the delivery of hearing care by Ear Science Institute Australia.

Hosted by Dan Van Der Meer, Digital Content Specialist, Hearing Podcast Host, passionate about raising awareness for the impact of hearing loss and Lize Coetzee, Chief Operating Officer at Ear Science Institute Australia.

This hearing podcast provides information of a general nature and does not constitute medical advice.

The Ear Science Podcast

Ear Science Institute Australia, affiliated with UWA.

UWA

Affiliation agreement with UWA

to drive innovation in ear and hearing research.

When will we have a cure for hearing loss?

When will we have a cure for hearing loss?

Season 1 | Episode 1

In this episode, Founding Director of Ear Science Institute Australia, Professor Marcus Atlas will unpack the latest research in curing hearing loss and what the future might hold

But how long do we wait for a cure? 

The Social and Emotional Impacts of Hearing Loss

The Social and Emotional Impacts of Hearing Loss

Season 1 | Episode 2

In this episode, Audiologist Dr Bec Bennett will share with us some of her latest research into some of the less understood aspects of Hearing Loss – the social and emotional impacts.

Understanding The Ringing In My Ears: Tinnitus

Tinnitus | Understanding The Ringing In My Ears

Season 1 | Episode 3

In this episode, Qualified Audiologist & tinnitus specialist Sasha Benatar helps us understand this common condition

What it is, what causes it and how can it be treated?

Changing How We Age: Hearing Loss & Dementia

Changing How We Age: Hearing Loss & Dementia

Season 1 | Episode 4

Dr Dona Jayakody is a world-leading researcher who is pioneering research into the link between hearing loss and cognitive decline. In this episode, we will talk to Dona about how and why hearing loss contributes to cognitive decline, and how by treating hearing loss during mid-life, we may be able to reduce the risk of dementia later in life.

Myth Busting Cochlear Implants: Rare and radical or routine treatment for severe hearing loss?

Myth Busting Cochlear Implants: Rare and radical or routine treatment for severe hearing loss?

Season 1 | Episode 5

Senior Implant Audiologist Ronel Chester-Browne will share with us her knowledge and insights into Cochlear Implants.

This miraculous Australian invention was once considered quite a rare and radical intervention, these days Cochlear Implants are routinely recommended for clients who Audiologists identify would benefit from one.

The Next Frontier in Hearing

The Next Frontier in Hearing

Season 1 | Episode 6

Audiologist Daniel Gerace takes us beyond the hearing aid to discover all the latest and greatest technology available in the marketplace today to support our hearing.

Everything from invisible hearing aids to Bluetooth enabled devices, connectivity to smartphones and TVs, this technology is helping people experience the world in full sound!

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