People with disabling hearing loss in
low and middle income countries
Research comes from low and
middle income countries
How does Audiology India help this situation?
Audiology India recognizes the need to generate knowledge locally in order to formulate effective solutions to local people. We therefore conduct research studies and review working practices on an ongoing basis. Our publications are listed in the Publications section. We believe that the outcomes of our research will not only be beneficial for hearing health care in India but also stimulate further interest in research in this area.
- Thammaiah, S., Manchaiah, V., Easwar, V. & Krishna, R. (2016). Translation and adaptation of five English self-report health measures to South-Indian Kannada language. Audiology Research, 6(153), 22-27. Download Manuscript Download Appendix
- Manchaiah, V. (2016). Hearing Healthcare in India. ENT & Audiology News, 25(1), 73-74. Download PDF
- Manchaiah, V., Easwar, V., Boothalingam, S., Chundu, S. & Rajalakshmi, K. (2015). Psychological work environment and professional satisfaction among Indian audiologists. International Journal of Speech & Language Pathology and Audiology, 3, 20-27. Download PDF
- Easwar, V., Boothalingam, S., Chundu, S., Manchaiah, V.K.C. & Ismail, S.M. (2013). Audiological practices in India: An internet-based survey of audiologists. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery, 65(3), 636-644. Download PDF
- Manchaiah VKC, Sivaprasad MR, Chundu S. Dutt, SN. (2010). Ear and Hearing Healthcare Services in India. ENT & Audiology News, 19(5), 93-95. Download PDF
- Manchaiah VKC, Sivaprasad MR, Chundu S. (2009). Audiology in India. Audiology Today, 21(6), 38-44. Download PDF
- Boothalingam, S., Easwar, V., Boothalingam, S., Chundu, S., Manchaiah, V.K.C. & Ismail, S.M. (2013). ‘Audiological practices in India: An internet-based survey of audiologists’. Annual Convention of Indian Speech Language and Hearing Association (ISHA Con - 2013), Chennai (India), February 2013. Download PDF