BSc MClinAud PhD MAudA AFHEA
Robyn is a lecturer in Audiology at the School of Human Sciences and a honorary researcher at Telethon Kids Institute. While Robyn’s heritage is South Korean, she grew up in New Zealand and has called Australia home for the last ten years. Robyn’s current area of research is auditory processing disorder and middle ear assessment in the paediatric population.
In particular, Robyn is passionate about improving educational outcomes in children with learning difficulties who may have a hearing impairment. Robyn’s other research interests also include using simulated learning in clinical education and tele-audiology. Clinically, Robyn specialises in middle ear and Central Auditory Processing assessment and management in the paediatric population.
The association between otitis media in early childhood with later behaviour and attention problems: A longitudinal pregnancy cohort
The present study aims to investigate the association between an early history of recurrent otitis media (OM) with or without ventilation tube insertion and later behavioural problems in childhood and adolescence.Published research Academic Biostatistics ADHD Ear Infections Ear HealthDecember 2022
Long-term follow-up after recurrent otitis media and ventilation tube insertion: Hearing outcomes and middle-ear health at six years of age
To investigate the long-term impact of recurrent otitis media (rOM) and ventilation tube insertion (VTI) in early childhood on hearing outcomes and middle-ear health three to five years later, in a prospective pregnancy cohort study.Published research Ear Infections Early Childhood Development Ear Health Vaccine Trials Group Youth Mental Health
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