The National Centre for Audiology is an interdisciplinary group of researchers at Western University, housed in the Faculty of Health Sciences with members from many faculties and departments. We seek to understand the hearing system and its disorders, optimize hearing assessment, provide beneficial hearing technologies, support evidence-based, person-centred, and family-centred practices, and develop models and simulations for professional education and practice.

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Clinical Protocols

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Audiometric Assessment for Children aged 6 to 60 months, Susan Scollie, Marie Pigeon, Marlene Bagatto, Jill Witte, and April Malandrino

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Language Development Services Guidelines Ontario Infant Hearing Program, Marlene Bagatto

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Modified Physiological Hearing Screening: Interim Protocol For Ontario Infants During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Marlene Bagatto

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Protocol for Audiological Surveillance of Children at Risk for Permanent Hearing Loss, Marlene Bagatto, Marie P, Vanessa Martin, Louise Tanaka, Martyn Hyde, Jill Witte, and April Malandrino

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Protocol for Auditory Brainstem Response-Based Audiological Assessment (ABRA), Marlene Bagatto, Viji Easwar, Rana El-Naji, Martyn Hyde, April Malandrino, Vanessa Martin, Marie Pigeon, David Purcell, Susan Scollie, and Jill Witte

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Protocol for the Provision of Amplification, Marlene Bagatto, Susan Scollie, Sheila T. Moodie, Richard Seewald, Martyn Hyde, Danielle Glista, Marianne Hawkins, Viji Easwar, Anne Marie Tharpe, Jeff Crukley, Charla Levy, Sahar Zimmo, Shane Moodie, Frances Richert, and Vijay Parsa

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Protocol for Universal Newborn Hearing Screening in Ontario, Marlene Bagatto, Susan Boehm, Rana El-Naji, Vanessa Martin, Marie Pigeon, Louise Tanaka, and Martyn Hyde