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  1. Reading for Topic 1 184 items
    1. Mary Sheridan's From birth to five years: children's developmental progress - Ajay Sharma, Helen Cockerill, Mary D. Sheridan 2014

      Book Further This is a book available in the library but not online. It is a pamphlet and is likely to be in a local library.

    2. Hearing aids - Harvey Dillon 2012

      Book Essential This is a book available in the library. However it is likely that most audiology departments have a copt too

    3. Brain Mechanisms in Early Language Acquisition - Patricia K. Kuhl 09/2010

      Article Recommended

    4. Universal Newborn Hearing Screening: Systematic Review to Update the 2001 US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation - Nelson, Heidi ; Bougatsos, Christina ; Nygren, Peggy Nelson, Heidi (correspondence author)

      Article Further

    5. Spoken Language Development in Oral Preschool Children With Permanent Childhood Deafness - Sarant, Jz ; Holt, CM ; Dowell, RC ; Rickards, Fw ; Blamey, Pj

      Article Recommended

    6. Paediatric Amplification: Past, Present, & Future - - Patricia G. Stelmachowicz

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    7. Language of early- and later-identified children with hearing loss - Yoshinaga-Itano, C ; Sedey, A L ; Coulter, D K ; Mehl, A L

      Article 

    8. Reading for Topic 2 35 items
      1. Protocol for the provision of amplification within the Ontario infant hearing program - Bagatto, Marlene ; Scollie, Susan D ; Hyde, Martyn ; Seewald, Richard

        Article Recommended

      2. An Amplification Protocol for Infants - Beauchaine

        Proceedings Essential

      3. Do Children Require More High-Frequency Audibility than Adults with Similar Hearing Losses? - Teresa Y.C. Ching, Harvey Dillon and Richard Katsch

        Proceedings Recommended

      4. Linear and nonlinear hearing aid fittings - 2. Patterns of candidature - Gatehouse, S ; Naylor, G ; Elberling, C

        Journal Further

      5. Signal Processing for Severe to Profound Loss - S Launer, V Khunel

        Proceedings Further

      6. Effects of three amplification strategies on speech perception by children with severe and profound hearing loss - Marriage, Josephine E ; Moore, Brian C J ; Stone, Michael A ; Baer, Thomas

        Journal Recommended

      7. Characteristics of Hearing Aid Fittings in Infants and Young Children - Mccreery, W., Ryan ; Bentler, A., Ruth ; Roush, A., Patricia

        Article Recommended

      8. A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification 2004: proceedings of the Third International Conference - Richard C. Seewald, John Bamford, International Conference 'Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification', Phonak AG. 2005

        Book Recommended Available as a book but not in e-copy see below for weblink to online version

      9. A comparison of manufacturer-specific prescriptive procedures for infants - Richard Seewald, Jillian Mills, Marlene Bagatto, Susan Scollie, and Sheila Moodie

        Document Recommended

      10. Progress means new challenges: current issues in paediatric amplification - Patricia Stelmchowicz, B Hoover, Dawna Lewis

        Proceedings Recommended

      11. Predictive value of hearing assessment by the auditory brainstem response following universal newborn hearing screening - Stevens, John ; Boul, Alison ; Lear, Samantha ; Parker, Glynnis ; Ashall-Kelly, Katie ; Gratton, Denise

        Article 

    9. Reading for Topic 3 19 items
      1. Directional Effects on Infants and Young Children in Real Life: Implications for Amplification - Ching, Teresa Y. C. ; O'Brien, Anna ; Dillon, Harvey ; Chalupper, Josef ; Hartley, Lisa ; Hartley, David ; Raicevich, George ; Hain, Jens

        Article Further

      2. Advantages of an adaptive multi microphone system - V Khunel, P.C. Checkley

        Document Further

      3. Is Digital enough for Improved Hearing in Noise? - Anne May, Claus Brenner Larsen, Asgaut Warland

        Webpage Further

      4. An Evidence-Based Systematic Review of Frequency Lowering in Hearing Aids for School-Age Children With Hearing Loss - Mccreery, Ryan ; Venediktov, Rebecca ; Coleman, Jaumeiko ; Leech, Hillary

        Journal Recommended

      5. Nonlinear Frequency Compression - Parsa, Vijay ; Scollie, Susan ; Glista, Danielle ; Seelisch, Andreas

        Journal Further

      6. Potential for Directivity-Based Benefit in Actual Classroom Environments - Todd A. Ricketts, Anne Marie Tharpe

        Proceedings Recommended

      7. Directional hearing aid benefit in listeners with severe hearing loss. - Ricketts, Todd A ; Hornsby, Benjamin W Y Hornsby, Benjamin W Y (record owner)

        Article Further

      8. Multichannel nonlinear frequency compression - Susan Scollie, Daniel Glista, Marlene Bagatto, Richard Seewald

        Proceedings Further

      9. Frequency Lowering hearing aids: Procedures for assessing candidacy and fine tuning - Susan Scollie, Danielle Glista, Frances Richert

        Document Further This is the Pdf of slides for the presentation listed below

      10. The Importance of High-Frequency Amplification for Young Children - Patricia G. Stelmachowicz

        Proceedings Recommended

      11. Pediatric Amplification: Past, Present and Future - Patricia G. Stelmachowicz

        Proceedings Further

    10. Reading List Topic 4 26 items
      1. Evaluation of a probe-tube insertion technique for measuring the real-ear-to-coupler difference (RECD) in young infants - Bagatto, Marlene P ; Seewald, Richard C ; Scollie, Susan D ; Tharpe, Anne Marie

        Webpage Essential

      2. Longitudinal changes in real-ear to coupler difference measurements in infants - Bingham, Kristina ; Jenstad, Lorienne M ; Shahnaz, Navid

        Webpage Recommended

      3. Hearing aids - Dillon, Harvey 2000

        Book Essential See pages 412-415, Prescribing amplification for children

      4. RECD and CBF made easy with the new AURICAL - Mona Dworsack-Dodge, Au.D. and Peter Kossek

        Document Essential

      5. Evaluation of nonlinear frequency compression: clinical outcomes - Glista, Danielle ; Scollie, Susan ; Bagatto, Marlene ; Seewald, Richard ; Parsa, Vijay ; Johnson, Andrew

        Journal Recommended

      6. Goodness of Fit calculator - Mary Hostler, John Hostler, John Bamford, Helen Whitehouse

        Document Recommended

      7. Long-term effects of non-linear frequency compression for children with moderate hearing loss - Wolfe, Jace ; John, Andrew ; Schafer, Erin ; Nyffeler, Myriel ; Boretzki, Michael ; Caraway, Teresa ; Hudson, Mary

        Journal Further

    11. Reading List Topic 5 8 items
      1. Evidence-Based Practice in Pediatric Audiology - Judith S. Gravel

        Proceedings Essential

      2. Knowledge Translation in Audiology: Promoting the Clinical Application of Best Evidence - Moodie, Kothari, Bagatto, Seewald, Miller, & Scollie

        Journal Essential

      3. An Evidence-Based Approach to Applying Hearing Instrument Technology in Pediatrics - An Evidence-Based Approach to Applying Hearing Instrument Technology in Pediatrics

        Document Further

      4. Evidence-based medicine and its implications for audiological science - Robinson, K

        Journal Further This is not available through the electronic reading lists but you may have access to back copies in paper.

      5. Evaluation of Hearing Aid Frequency Response Fittings in Pediatric and Young Adult Bimodal Recipients - Lisa S. Davidson, Jill B. Firszt, Chris Brenner, Jamie H. Cadieux 01/04/2015

        Article Further

    12. Reading List Topic 6 15 items
      1. The relationship between obligatory cortical auditory evoked potentials (CAEPs) and functional measures in young infants - Golding, Maryanne ; Pearce, Wendy ; Seymour, John ; Cooper, Alison ; Ching, Teresa ; Dillon, Harvey

        Article Recommended

      2. IPA chart

        Document Essential

      3. Coherence and the speech intelligibility index - James M. Kates, Kathryn H. Arehart 2005

        Article Further

      4. Speech audiometry - Michael Martin c1997

        Book Recommended

      5. Aided Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials for Hearing Instrument Evaluation in Infants - Suzanne C. Purdy, Richard Katsch, Harvey Dillon, Lydia Storey, Mridula Sharma and Katrina Agung

        Proceedings Recommended

      6. The Importance of High-Frequency Audibility in the Speech and Language Development of Children With Hearing Loss - Patricia G. Stelmachowicz, Andrea L. Pittman, Brenda M. Hoover, Dawna E. Lewis 01/05/2004

        Article Recommended

    13. Reading List Topic 7 13 items
      1. A Critical Review of Audiological Outcome Measures for Infants and Children - Bagatto, Marlene P ; Moodie, Sheila T ; Seewald, Richard C ; Bartlett, Doreen J ; Scollie, Susan D

        Journal Essential

      2. Monitoring Outcomes of Infants and Children who wear Hearing Aids - Marlene Bagatto

        Proceedings  This is the Pdf of Bagatto's audio visual presentation in the link below

      3. Validation of the LittlEARS® Auditory Questionnaire in children with normal hearing - F. Coninx, V. Weichbold, L. Tsiakpini, E. Autrique 12/2009

        Article 

      4. A parental questionnaire to evaluate children's Auditory Behavior in Everyday Life (ABEL) - Purdy, Suzanne C ; Farrington, Denise R ; Moran, Carolyn A ; Chard, Linda L ; Hodgson, Shirley-Anne

        Webpage 

      5. SII Predictions of Aided Speech Recognition - Scollie, Susan September 2004

        Article 

      6. ICF: International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: ICF - World Health Organization 2001

        Book 

    14. Reading List Topic 8 15 items
      1. FM Technology : When to introduce to Children - Imran Mulla

        Document  This is the pdf of the presentation slides. The audio visual document is in the next link

      2. Flying to the Moon on Radio Waves: Optimising Outcomes with RF Technologies - Jace Wolfe

        Document  This is the Pdf of the presentation. The audiovisual document is in the next link

      3. Oticon FM Study - Wendy McCracken, Anne Roberts, Timothy Wilding

        Document 

    15. Reading List Topic 9 7 items
    16. Reading List Topic 10 11 items
    17. reading list topic 11 8 items
      1. complex needs complex challenges NDCS

        Webpage  Search on the webpage for McCracken, W. Complex Needs Complex Challenges

      2. Optimization of Amplification for Deaf-Blind Children - Anne Marie Tharpe, Daniel H. Ashmead, Todd A. Ricketts, Ann M. Rothpletz and Robert Wall

        Document 

      3. An Update on auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder in Children - Gary Rance

        Document  This is the Pdf of his presentation. The audiovisual presentation is found in the link below

    18. Reading List Topic 12 6 items
      1. Transition: getting it right for young people - Department of Health, Child Health and Maternity Services Branch

        Journal 

    19. Continued Maturation of the Click-Evoked Auditory Brainstem Response in Preschoolers - Emily Spitzer, Travis White-Schwoch, Kali Woodruff Carr, Erika Skoe 01/01/2015

      Article