KIPA Group

Kristin Kerkhofs

KIPA EUROPE Kristin Kerkhofs Kristin has been working as an audiologist for 25 years at the rehabilitation centre De Poolster in Brussels (Belgium). She works as part of a multidisciplinary team that specializes in the guidance of hearing impaired children (paediatric audiometry and hearing aid fitting). For the past 10 years she has also worked […]

Josephine Marriage

KIPA EUROPE Josephine Marriage Josephine is director of Chear Ltd, an independent centre for second opinion in paediatric audiology in the UK. She is a clinical paediatric audiologist and conducts research around amplification strategies and speech testing in children. This includes speech testing using apps called “CCT hearing” and “CAPT hearing” which are available on […]

Gareth Smith

KIPA EUROPE Gareth Smith Gareth Smith has had a number of professional, clinical and academic roles since starting his career in Audiology in 1998. Gareth is currently the Consultant Clinical Scientist (Audiology) at Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Secretary to the British Society of Audiology (BSA). In 2011 Gareth served as the President […]

Andrea Bohnert

KIPA EUROPE Andrea Bohnert Andrea Bohnert holds the post of Senior MTA-F in Audiology and Pedaudiology at the University Medical School, Clinic for ENT and Communication Disorders in Mainz, Germany and at the same time holds teaching posts at the University Clinic Mainz and at the Teaching-Unit for Logopedics in Pedaudiology. She has lectured nationally […]

Dave Gordey

KIPA NORTH AMERICA Dave Gordey Dave Gordey has been a paediatric audiologist for twenty-four years. He was an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia for eight years where he taught classroom amplification, and previously worked in a paediatric clinic and hospital in Victoria and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Dave’s current research projects include […]

Sheila Moodie

KIPA NORTH AMERICA Sheila T. Moodie, PhD Sheila Moodie is an Associate Professor at Western University in the School of Communication Sciences & Disorders. She is a Member of the National Centre for Audiology. During her over 30 years in Audiology she has developed interest and expertise in family-centred early intervention, integrated knowledge translation, communities […]