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Faheema Mahomed Asmail

Associate Professor (Audiology)

South Africa

Prof Faheema Mahomed-Asmail is an Associate Professor at the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, University of Pretoria, South Africa. Prof Mahomed-Asmail’s research interest lies in providing access to person-centered ear and hearing health care through innovative solutions. She has a number of publications and book chapters on the topic and currently holds an H-index of 14. Her knowledge and experience in the field has resulted in a number of local and international collaborations as well as successful funding opportunities. Prof Mahomed-Asmail is currently the chairperson of the Education and Research committee for the South African Speech-Language-Hearing Association (SASLHA) and an editor for the South African Journal of Communication Disorders. She holds an NRF Y1 rating and is a fellow of the Department of Higher Education’s Future Professors Program.

Publications

  • Person centered care: preference, experience and predictors in speech-language pathology and audiology students
  • Inclusion of Students with a Hearing Loss in the Classroom
  • Community-based adult hearing care provided by community healthcare workers using mHealth technologies
  • The Fourth Industrial Revolution – what does it mean to our future faculty?
  • Smartphone hearing screening with integrated quality control and data management
  • Documentation of Peripheral Auditory Function in Studies of the Auditory P300 Response: A Critical Review
  • Community-based hearing screening for young children using an mHealth service-delivery model
  • mHealth-Supported Hearing Health Training for Early Childhood Development Practitioners: An Intervention Study
  • Hearing loss in preschool children from a low income South African community
  • Sound-level Monitoring Earphones with Smartphone Feedback as an Intervention to Promote Healthy Listening Behaviors in Young Adults
  • Hearing loss in urban South African school children (grade 1 to 3)
  • Validation of the Brief International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) core set for hearing loss: an international multicentre study
  • Supporting hearing health in vulnerable populations through community care workers using mHealth technologies
  • Cochlear implantation in South Africa (part 2)
  • Diagnostic hearing assessment in schools: Validity and time efficiency of automated audiometry
  • Monitoring hearing in an infectious disease clinic with mhealth technologies
  • Performance and Reliability of a Smartphone Digits-in-Noise Test in the Sound Field
  • Referral criteria for school-based hearing screening in South Africa: Considerations for resource-limited contexts
  • Audiologists’ Perceptions of Hearing Healthcare Resources and Services in South Africa’s Public Healthcare System
  • Validity of automated threshold audiometry: A systematic review and meta-analysis
  • Affordable headphones for accessible screening audiometry: An evaluation of the Sennheiser HD202 II supra-aural headphone
  • Clinical Validity of hearScreen™ Smartphone Hearing Screening for School Children
  • Automated smartphone threshold audiometry: Validity and time efficiency
  • Cochlear implantation in South Africa (part 1)
  • Perceptions of Telehealth Services for Hearing Loss in South Africa’s Public Healthcare System
  • Knowledge and attitudes of early childhood development practitioners towards hearing health in poor communities
  • Speech Recognition in Noise Using Binaural Diotic and Antiphasic Digits-in-Noise in Children: Maturation and Self-Test Validity
  • Improving the Efficiency of the Digits-in-Noise Hearing Screening Test: A Comparison Between Four Different Test Procedures
  • Satisfaction with hearing assessment feedback using the My Hearing Explained tool: client and audiologist perceptions
  • Effect of visual feedback on classroom noise levels
  • OPEN ACCESS GUIDE TO AUDIOLOGY AND HEARING AIDS FOR OTOLARYNGOLOGISTS
  • mHealth Solutions in Hearing Care for Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Speech recognition in noise using binaural diotic and antiphasic digits-in-noise in children: maturation and self-test validity
  • m-Health Applications for Hearing Loss: A Scoping Review
  • Remote Monitoring of Adult Cochlear Implant Recipients Using Digits-in-Noise Self-Testing
  • In pursuit of best practice through contextually relevant, accountable and responsive research
  • International Outcome Inventory for Hearing Aids (IOI-HA) translation into isiXhosa
  • Characteristics and Help-Seeking Behavior of People Failing a Smart Device Self-Test for Hearing
  • Mhealth hearing screening for children by non-specialist health workers in communities
  • Open Access Guide to Audiology and Hearing Aids for Otolaryngologists: School-Age Hearing Screening
  • Open Access Guide to Audiology and Hearing Aids for Otolaryngologists: Fitting Hearing Aids: Clinical and Practical Aspects
  • Open Access Guide to Audiology and Hearing Aids for Otolaryngologists: Fitting Hearing Aids: Technical Aspects
  • Person-centered care: preferences and predictors in speech-language pathology and audiology practitioners
  • Mobile Health Hearing Aid Acclimatization and Support Program in Low-Income Communities: Feasibility Study
  • Mobile Health Hearing Aid Acclimatization and Support Program in Low-Income Communities: Feasibility Study (Preprint)
  • Factors Associated With Hearing Aid Outcomes Including Social Networks, Self-Reported Mental Health, and Service Delivery Models
  • Factors influencing hearing aid use, benefit and satisfaction in adults: a systematic review of the past decade
  • Context-specific advancements in service delivery for communication disorders in South Africa
  • Enhancing audiology students’ understanding of person-centered care: insights from an multi-national virtual student conference
  • Consumer Perspectives on Improving Hearing Aids: A Qualitative Study

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Talita le Roux

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