Global Consensus can improve adult CI care, but professionals must boost awareness

The publication in 2020 of the first international consensus on the provision of cochlear implants (CI) in adults was hailed as a landmark event. Audio Infos interviews one of the authors of these consensus statements, Prof. Robert Lenarz.

For the first time ever, global guidance for the care of hearing-impaired adults with cochlear implants (CI) has been formulated in a consensus paper. The document, which was co-drafted by a Delphi Group and a Consumer and Professional Advocacy Committee (CAPAC), outlines the minimum requirements that should inform CI care around the world from now on.

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