In this webinar, Associate Professor of Audiology at the University of Auckland, Holly Teagle and Cochlear Implant Surgeon, Michel Neeff discuss the pathway to a global standard of care for adults requiring cochlear implants.
Background on the development of the standard of care:
A panel of international experts on hearing loss has developed a consensus document on the Standard of Care for adults with a severe hearing disability who no longer receive any beneﬁt from hearing aids and require access to cochlear implant technology. In this webinar, Associate Professor of Audiology at the University of Auckland, Holly Teagle who was involved in the development of the Standard of Care, and Cochlear Implant Surgeon, Michel Neeff will discuss the beneficial health outcomes that they hope will derive from a globally standardised care approach for adults living with a severe hearing disability.
You can watch the webinar below, and for presentation notes, please click here:
Associate Professor of Audiology @The University of Auckland, Population School of Health
Holly FB Teagle, AuD is currently the Clinical Director of Audiology and Therapy at The Hearing House in Auckland, New Zealand, with a dual appointment as Associate Professor at the University Of Auckland School Of Population Health. Her 35-year career in Audiology has focused on patient care, clinical research and teaching related to cochlear implantation.
Surgeon and Chairperson of the Northern Cochlear Implant Advisory Group, and trustee for the Northern Cochlear Implant Trust and The Pindrop Foundation
Michel graduated from The University of Auckland and completed his training in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery with The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2005. He is an ENT consultant at Starship Children’s Hospital, Auckland City Hospital, and Green Lane Hospital. He has been the Clinical Director at Starship Children's Hospital since 2017. He is involved in the management of general paediatric and adult ENT disorders with subspecialty emphasis on neurotology, skull base surgery, cochlear implant surgery, bone-anchored hearing aids, and otological surgery. In addition, Michel is a Senior Lecturer at the Auckland Medical School.