The Hearing Research Clinic, which will offer online screening and support for people with hearing loss concerns, will open on 16th July 2017 in Durban.
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World Hearing Day aims to draw attention to hearing loss, its economic impact and the cost-effectiveness of interventions to address it.
hearScreen is now active in more than 25 countries across the world and plans to expand to a further 15 by the end of 2017.
The first day of the African eHealth landmark event, eHealthALIVE2016, has brought together key decision makers from across the SADC region.
Lead-inventor and Co-founder of hearScreen, Professor De Wet Swanepoel, talks about how his mHealth solution is addressing a global hearing loss crisis.
The University of Pretoria is hosting an Ear and Hearing Care mHealth Symposium to showcase solutions developed by the university.
hearScreen, in partnership with the University of Pretoria, will launch a National Hearing Test app, called hearZA™, on World Hearing Day.
The award winning hearScreen mHealth solution has won the first Philips South African Innovation Fellows Competition.
Following the announcement of the first Innovation Fellows Competition last month, Philips Africa is a step closer to revealing healthcare’s next big idea.
The award winning hearScreen app has been selected as one of the 30 next top impact start-ups to join the Global Impact Accelerator programme.
Audiologist at the University of Pretoria, Prof De Wet Swanepoel, has led development of an innovative app, called hearScreen, to screen for hearing loss.