Aalborg University Hospital
Anne Wolff earned a degree in Master of Science in Medicine at Aarhus University in 2012. Efter finishing her basic hospital training in 2014 she begun her specialist training to become a otorhinolaryngologist. During her university studies she has carried out research in cardiologi and resuscitation. Together with her specialist training she has done research in middle ear pressure regulation and a oto-operational technic.
Currently she has a 3-years leave of absecense from her specialist training and is employed as a clinical assistant at the Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Aalborg Hospital and is enrolled as a PhD student at Aalborg University and working on the BEAR project.
The Better Hearing Rehabilitation (BEAR) study in Denmark. Population characteristics of the hearing aid user and benefits of hearing aid treatment in the current program of hearing rehabilitation Conference
Presentation at the Nordic Audiological Society, Harpa, Iceland, 6-8 June 2018., 2018.
BEAR project Conference
Presentation at Dansk Medicinsk Audiologisk Selskabs årsmøde, Aalborg, Danmark, 27. oktober, 2017.
BEAR: A status on population characteristics of hearing-aid users obtained from the database Conference
ISAAR 2017 Adaptive Processes in Hearing, (P.20), 2017.
Predictive factors for successful hearing aid treatment with special focus on health related quality of life and asymmetric hearing Conference
XIV Årsmøde i Dansk Selskab for Otorhinolaryngologi, Hoved- & Halskirurgi, Nyborg, Danmark, 2017.
National Better hEAring Rehabilitation (BEAR) project: A status on the database with special focus on patients’ motivation on hearing aid treatment Conference
ISAAR 2017 Adaptive Processes in Hearing, (P.55), 2017.