Introducing The EAR TO EAR Blog
Have you considered a blog of your own? We have, and we think it is just what Hearing Care Professionals (HCPs) need.

Written By: Amy Trusler

Previously a clinic owner in her hometown of Squamish, British Columbia, Amy specialized in rural audiology care and educational mentorship. Passionate about clinic efficiencies, she focuses on helping others achieve paperless operations, utilizing audiology assistants and support staff, and encourages practicing at the top of your scope. After selling her practice, Amy co-founded Pacific Audiology Group and followed her calling to work on modernizing continuing education in hearing healthcare and to help others learn audiology online.

March 1, 2021

Why Blogging?

Blogging is a unique way to interact with the hearing healthcare community. Take a break and spend 5 to 10 minutes reading about something relevant to you, and connect with other HCPs. We encourage our audience to leave comments and to engage with one another, and with us. We also welcome your submissions and ideas for future blog and podcast topics. 

So BOOKMARK this page! We hope to see you back here often! 

Pacific Audiology Group provides high-quality educational content to HCPs. Our courses are in-depth, designed to help you enter a new area of practice, or hone your skills in existing areas. We work very hard to ensure that you don’t miss anything. If you haven’t taken our Online Cerumen Management Course, you really should!  

The Ear To Ear blog, on the other hand, is a way to communicate with the field on a more regular basis. Here we will focus on relaying relevant, up-to-date information and content on best practices, new technology, interesting products (even prototypes!), along with industry news to the hearing care community. Our aim is to write 1 – 2 posts per month. 

Who Are Our Authors?

The Ear To Ear blog will be authored by our in house team here at Pacific Audiology as well as by a variety of guest blog contributors. If you have a suggestion or want to contribute, please let us know by sending an email to You can even reach out just to say hi! 

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And that’s…. Blogging! 

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1 Comment

  1. Sam Teo

    Sounds good!
    Looking forward to more content especially from a non manufacturer/business owner’s opinion.
    Pls add me to your mailing list.
    Sam Teo, HIP Intern