Professor co-creator of first interactive, remote hearing test

June 2011
Edge (East Carolina University);Summer2011, p9
The article describes Doctor Gregg Givens, chairman of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at East Carolina University (ECU), as co-creator of the first diagnostic hearing test that allows clinicians to remotely diagnose and treat hearing loss. It says that Givens sees the potential of the system's application for rural and low-income populations. It adds that the system is being developed for hearing professionals and care providers by ECU and audiometer provider, Otovation.


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