Hearing Health Today podcast

The power of two: rise of the empowered patient

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How can empowerment help patients to move along their hearing loss journey? Listen to the Executive Director of the ACI Alliance, Donna Sorkin, discuss ‘The power of two: rise of the empowered patient’ on the episode of Hearing Health Today.

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This is a podcast for hearing health professionals. If you're a person with hearing loss or a member of the general public, please seek advice from your health professional about treatments for hearing loss.

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