Eisdell Moore Centre
Reducing the impact of hearing and balance disability in New Zealand and the Pacific region through excellence in research, community education and the promotion of quality and equitable clinical service.
Hearing Health Maps Aotearoa
A/P Dan Exeter and Annie Chiang from the Dep. Epidemiology at the University of Auckland have developed a new tool to examine hearing health outcomes across Aotearoa. These can be viewed on maps of District Health Boards or General Electoral Districts.
Undertaking multidisciplinary studies to understand causes, mechanisms and consequences of hearing and balance disorders.
Developing and enhancing technologies to prevent and manage hearing and vestibular disorders.
Contributing to the high quality education of researchers and hearing and balance health clinicians.
We are very grateful for the generous support from The Hearing Research Foundation that has provided a grant of $1.75 million to fund key research activities of the Centre for its first 5 years.
Centre hosts first International Indigenous Hearing Health Symposium
Practitioners from around the world, working with D/deaf and hard of hearing communities joined members of the Eisdell Moore Centre for the first International Indigenous Hearing Health Symposium on 29 and 30 July. Speakers from Aotearoa, Australia, the broader...