I would recommend to read the following book for stepping inside:
Programming Cochlear Implants (Core Clincal Concepts in Audiology) Jace Wolfe & Ein Schafer
Publication Date: March 31, 2010 (ISBN-10: 1597563722, ISBN-13: 978-1597563727) Edition: 1
Hope this meets the level of the auditorium you had in mind.
Cooper H and Craddock L (Eds.), Cochlear Implants: A Practical Guide, Second Edition, Wiley, New York, 2006
be at the right level?
Dr David B Grayden BE(Hons) BSc PhD
Associate Professor and Reader, Dept. Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Director, Biomedical Engineering
Director, NeuroEngineering Laboratory, Dept. Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Laboratory Leader, Bionics Laboratory, Centre for Neural Engineering
Melbourne School of Engineering
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Can anyone recommend good articles or books to read concerning the technical aspects of a cochlear implant and/or programming implants in a clinical setting? I always recommend Loizou's 1999 IEEE article, but my impression
is that there has not been an extensive text book for quite a while. The level I am looking for would be aimed at an audiologist who is rather more technically sophisticated than the average. The primary literature is usually too specialised, so book chapters
or review articles would probably be the most appropriate.
Stuart Rosen, PhD