Col Linda Orr

Boothless Audiometry Usability Testing

Boothless Audiometry Usability Testing

This project aims to determine the usability of boothless audiometric kit and to highlight both the abilities and challenges of using each piece through carrying out a number of tests and producing a report on the most effective piece of kit. The project was performed in collaboration with MD-TEC at University Hospitals Birmingham.

Outcomes from the project are available upon request.


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