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Phonak Spotlight: Meet Shannon White

Phonak Spotlight: Meet Shannon White Lyric Training Manager Education/Professional background: Bachelor of Science in business from Wake Forest University. White has been working with audiologists since 2004. Joined Phonak: June 2010 Shannon White is ready to help you differentiate your practice with Lyric. Get to know more about Shannon! Why did you choose the field of […]

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Phonak Spotlight: Meet Michelle Harker

Phonak Spotlight: Meet Michelle Harker

Phonak Spotlight: Meet Michelle Harker  Education background: Au.D. and B.S. from Ball State University Joined Phonak: 2010 — joined InSound Medical as a Lyric trainer and transitioned over to Phonak with the Lyric acquisition As our new Lyric Clinical Manager, Michelle Harker will be working to evaluate, update and expand our Lyric clinical training opportunities to better […]

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New PARC Members

New Faces to PARC

Welcome New Faces to PARC In July, two new research audiologists joined the Phonak Audiologist Research Center (PARC). Meet: Ashley Wright, Au.D., Phonak Research Audiologist   Education: Temple University, BA; Rush University, Au.D. Why did you choose the field of audiology? I was originally pursuing a linguistics undergraduate degree when I became the caretaker for my […]

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Understanding the Impact of Long-term Music Appreciation and Hearing

Understanding the Impact of Long-term Music Appreciation and Hearing By Nicole Klutz, Au.D., Phonak Audiology Manager During the 2018 3rd Annual Music Induced Hearing Disorders Conference, I joined the company of audiologists, acoustic engineers, musicians and researchers in Chicago to discuss and review music-induced hearing disorders. For a long time the acoustic and hearing industry has […]

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Considering Emotions in the Management of Hearing Loss

Inside Out: Considering Emotions in the Management of Hearing Loss By Lori Rakita, Au.D., Phonak Senior Manager of Clinical Research Anyone who works or interacts with individuals experiencing some degree of hearing loss can see the relationship between hearing loss and emotions. This relationship can be evident in the audiology office and in everyday life. […]

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