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STORM project team (L-R): Ann-maree Grech, Project Co-ordinator, Aboriginal Children's Hearing Program, Professor Catherine McMahon, CI, Aboriginal Children's Hearing Program, Dr Donna Murray, CEO, Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA), Amanda Wingett, Lecturer in Indigenous Health, The Australian National University, Luke Halvorsen, Research Fellow, Aboriginal Children's Hearing Health Program

STORM: Systematically, Together, Overcoming Racism Model

Systemic racism significantly affects the health and well-being of priority populations including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Therefore system and structural levers must be identified along with institutions and organisations who can lead transformational social and political change.
Macquarie University Hearing organising team: Jasmine Bouhali, Kelly Miles, Michele Nealon DLI MAICD and Rob McElligott.

Challenging misconceptions for World Hearing Day

More than 150 people attended a Macquarie University Hearing event on 4 March to celebrate World Hearing Day. The theme of World Hearing Day 2024 was ‘Changing Mindsets’, with a focus on challenging stigmatising misconceptions by raising awareness and sharing information.
Stephen Tang a Shepherd Centre Alumni and Hear For You Mentor

Breaking the Silence: Voices of Resilience and Advocacy

World Hearing Day 2024 revolves around the theme of ‘changing mindsets,’ aiming to reshape perceptions and address societal misunderstandings through heightened understanding and collaborative efforts. As part of this initiative, The Shepherd Centre conducted interviews with individuals living with deafness or hearing loss, exploring common…
Hearing Australia bus

Hearing the Nation Tour

In celebration of World Hearing Day, Hearing Australia is hitting the road again this month to help more people across the country access hearing help through the Hearing the Nation Tour.

5000 PLUMs

NAL is analysing over 5000 Parent-evaluated Listening & Understanding Measure (PLUM) results for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. This will help to determine how good the PLUM is at predicting a child’s long term ear health.
Viji Easwar, Head of Paediatric Hearing Loss, and Xiaoyin Shang, Head of Strategy and Innovation

NAL team awarded two grants

NAL’s Viji Easwar, Head of Paediatric Hearing Loss, and Xiaoyin Shang, Head of Strategy and Innovation, have recently been awarded grants. Viji has been awarded the NHMRC Investigator Grant and Xiaoyin has been awarded a grant from the National Industry PhD Program.
Professor Andrej Kral

Pioneer Award for hearing researcher

Macquarie University hearing researcher, Professor Andrej Kral, has been recognised for his groundbreaking work to improve our understanding of brain adaptation to neuroprosthetic stimulation.
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