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WHO Fact Sheet on Pediatric Hearing Loss

In honor of March 3 World Hearing Day, the World Health Organization has released a fact sheet about pediatric hearing loss, its implications, and how it can be addressed. This communication piece is a part of a larger effort (that transcends pediatrics to include all forms of hearing loss) to raise the visibility of hearing health globally. The end goal is that every country has hearing health resources and governmental policies to support those affected.

View the fact sheet here and please share:

Announcing a short course on Public Health Planning for Hearing Impairment (PHPHI)

Sponsored by the University of Nairobi in collaboration with London School of Health and Tropical Medicine from 7th to 11th March 2016 at the University of Nairobi Chiromo Conference Center.

For further details contact

Public Health Planning for Hearing Impairment

London School of Health and Tropical Diseases announces:

Public Health Planning for Hearing Impairment – a short course

Date: 16-20 November 2015
Location: Frances Ames Room, Barnard Fuller Building, University of Cape Town, South Africa

For more information please contact

WHO Make Listening Safe

As part of the WHO Make Listening Safe initiative, students of the University of Washington’s Speech and Hearing Science Department under the guidance of Dr Kelly Tremblay and in collaboration with the WHO PDH, have developed a brief video on recreational noise induced hearing loss:

The video has been developed by a group of young persons (20 year olds) and raises awareness about the dangers of exposure to loud sounds and makes suggestions for hearing protection.


Volunteer Audiologist Needed – Nicaragua

Location: Leon, Nicaragua

I am planning a trip to Leon November 21 through December 2 (this will be during Thanksgiving week). As a result, I have not been able to find an audiologist to accompany us. Part of our group will only be staying through Nov 28. If you know of any audiologist that might be interested, I would really appreciate it if you would forward my e-mail to them. Thanks.

Hil Brodie M.D., Ph.D.


Professor and Chairman
Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery
University of California Davis Medical Center

(916) 734-3744

Volunteer Audiologist Needed – India

Location: India

Anyone who would like to volunteer to do Humanitarian Audiology work in India ? IHS runs University Degree programs in Audiology and Speech language Pathology. Can Satya Mahapatra +91-9437005096 or mail to

Volunteer Audiologist Needed – Malawi

Location: Malawi

Sound Seekers if looking for someone cool and tough and adventurous to help out in Malawi for three months.  The Audiologist who lives in Malawi is looking for: an audiologist to lead on supervising and training the audiology officers at the Queen’s Hospital in Blantyre while the resident audiologist works on setting up a whole audiology service from scratch!  Paediatric and ABR experience, and at least five years’ clinical experience is preferred (but negotiable for right person).

Sound Seekers will pay flights and all living expenses – so this is a really nice volunteering post in a very exciting project.  Please contact: Lucy Carter, Chief Executive of Sound Seekers (

Save the date: 6th International Conference in Washington DC




The purpose of the Coalition for Global Hearing Health is to advocate for effective hearing health services and policies, to equip and empower hearing healthcare professionals, families, educators, communities and those with hearing loss, and to encourage and perpetuate best practices. These activities contribute to our Mission Statement to promote and enhance hearing health services in low-resource communities.

Click here to go to the conference registration website.