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Dineen Westcott Moore Audiology
Myriam started her audiological working life at National Acoustic Laboratory (NAL, now known as Australian Hearing) for six years. Her commitment to hearing rehabilitation, including hearing aid fitting and supporting the emotional reactions to hearing problems, stemmed from this time.Myriam Westcott has published numerous research papers and articles in reputed journals and has various other achievements in Audiology.Myriam Westcott has extended valuable service towards the scientific community with extensive research work.She has done Postgraduate Diploma of Audiology, 1974 - the first year an academic qualification in audiology was available in Australia.She holds Bachelor of Science, University of Melbourne, in the year 1973.
As an audiologist at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Royal Children's Hospital, Myriam joined the Victorian Deaf Society HEAR (Hearing Education and Aural Rehabilitation) Service where she remained for fourteen years. While there, she was drawn to the challenge of providing effective tinnitus and hyperacusis management. Myriam had the opportunity at HEAR Service to focus intensively on tinnitus and hyperacusis therapy for five years, co-ordinating the HEAR Service Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Program for most of that time.
Audiology,acoustic shock disorder ,Deaf Society ,Hearing Education and Aural Rehabilitation