Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018 at 12:00 pm EDT
One year after launching the Nucleus 7 Sound Processor, Cochlear has expanded the features available to recipients. Clinicians working with this device will learn about these new features in order to serve their current patient population; and counsel candidates considering cochlear implantation.
Dr. Clarke is a Professional Education Manager for Cochlear Americas. She joined Cochlear in 1998 and has been in various Clinical or Learning roles throughout her career at Cochlear.
She has been an audiologist since 1992, working with cochlear implants since 1993 and Baha since Cochlear’s acquisition of Entific in 2005. Prior to joining Cochlear, Janet worked at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Dr. Clarke has her Au.D. from the University of Florida, and did her undergraduate & graduate degrees at Purdue University.
October is National Audiology Awareness Month (AAM) and we’re proud to be your partner in this life-changing profession. You play a vital role in hearing health and it matters.
In response to the growing number of Americans suffering from hearing loss, the American Academy of Audiology launched National Audiology Awareness Month in hopes to bring awareness to the early signs of hearing loss.
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With over 100 audiologists employed at Cochlear, we’re committed to help you enhance your practice and ultimately, patient outcomes. Together, let’s cultivate a culture of proactivity regarding hearing loss.
You can share this graphic with your patients about the profession and encourage them to share their stories with friends and family:
We want to thank you for your work to help patients Hear now. And always