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Community health workers obtain similar results using cell-phone based hearing screening tools compared to otolaryngologists in low resourced settings
International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
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Supporting hearing health in vulnerable populations through community care workers using mHealth technologies
International Journal of Audiology
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Pediatric hearing screening in low-resource settings: Incorporation of video-otoscopy and an electronic medical record
International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 128:1-6
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Hearing healthcare in remote or resource-constrained environments
The Journal of Laryngology & Otology, 133:11–17
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Extended high frequency smartphone audiometry: validity and reliability
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 30:217-226
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Characteristics, behaviours and readiness of persons seeking hearing healthcare online
International Journal of Audiology, 58:107-115
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Monitoring hearing in an infectious disease clinic with mHealth technologies
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, IN PRESS
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Performance and reliability of a smartphone digits-in-noise test in the sound field

American Journal of Audiology, IN PRESS

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Mobile apps to screen for hearing loss: Opportunities and challenges

Bulletin of the World Health Organization, IN PRESS

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Improving Access to Hearing Care Across the Life Course Through Community-Delivered Care

Bulletin of the World Health Organization, IN PRESS

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Implementation of hearing and vision services for preschool children in low-income communities

Bulletin of the World Health Organization, IN PRESS

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Improving Sensitivity of the Digits-in-Noise Test Using Antiphasic Stimuli
Ear & Hearing, IN PRESS
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Towards low cost automated smartphone- and cloud-based otitis media diagnosis
Biomedical Signal Processing and Control Volume 39, January 2018, Pages 34-52
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Evaluating a smartphone digits-in-noise test as part of the audiometric test-battery.
South African Journal of Communication Disorders, 65(1)
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A Smartphone National Hearing Test - Performance and Characteristics of Users.
American Journal of Audiology, 27, 448-454
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The South African English Smartphone Digits-in-Noise Hearing Test: Effect of Age, Hearing Loss, and Speaking Competence.
Ear and Hearing, 39(4), 656-663
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Community-based hearing screening for young children using an mHealth service delivery model.
Global Health Action, 11(1):1467077
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Modernising speech audiometry: using a smartphone application to test word recognition.

International Journal of Audiology, IN PRESS

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Smartphone-based National Hearing Test Launched in South Africa
Audiology Without Borders
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Enhancing ear and hearing health access for children with technology and connectivity.

American Journal of Audiology (IN PRESS)

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Towards low cost automated smartphone- and cloud-based otitis media diagnosis.

Biomedical Signal Processing and Control (IN PRESS)

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Screening for hearing loss with mHealth solutions.
ENT & Audiology News, 26(1):72-74
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Smartphone-Based Hearing Screening at Primary Health Care Clinics.
Ear and Hearing 2016; 8(1): 1-132,e1-e73
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Otitis media diagnosis for developing countries using tympanic membrane image-analysis.
EBioMedicine 5:156-60
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Automated Smartphone Threshold Audiometry: Validity and Time Efficiency.
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology
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mHealth Improves Access to Community-based Hearing Care
The Hearing Journal 2016 August; 69(8): 30-32
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Smartphone threshold audiometry in underserved primary health-care contexts.
International Journal of Audiology 2016; 55(4): 232-8
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Smartphone hearing screening in mHealth assisted community-based primary care.
Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2016; 22(7): 405–412
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Development and validation of a smartphone-based digits-in-noise hearing test in South African English.
International Journal of Audiology
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Clinical Validity of hearScreen™ Smartphone Hearing Screening for School Children.
Ear and Hearing 2016 Jan-Feb; 37(1): e11-7
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Smartphone hearing screening with integrated quality control and data management.
International Journal of Audiology 2014; 53(12): 841-849