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Remote assessment of hearing - paediatric hearing assessment using tele-audiology: an investigation in rural and remote populations

 

Overview

This project will explore both internet and associated telecommunications technologies (SSDL and cellular videoconferencing) to provide audiological testing services to Indigenous children in circumstances where fully clinically competent audiologists:

The project will proceed in two phases. The first phase will be concerned with the set-up and trial of remotely operated audiological equipment to support the hearing assessment component of the diagnostic process.

The second phase, contingent upon the outcomes and subsequent developments occurring in phase one, will trial the technology in two controlled clinical environments, in various combinations, each with a different emphasis on the use of the tele-audiology capability (partial remote assessment or complete remote assessment).

Abstract adapted from HEARing Cooperative Research Centre (CRC)

Contacts

Project leadership
Professor Greg Leigh
Ph: (02) 9872 0373
Email: greg.leigh@ridbc.org.au

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Last updated: 3 September 2015
 
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