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Welcome to ICRA


The International Collegium of Rehabilitative Audiology (ICRA) provides an international forum for the exchange of the latest research and advances in Rehabilitative Audiology.


Auditory disorders, such as hearing loss or tinnitus, can have negative consequences on people‚Äôs lives. The goal of Rehabilitative Audiology is to promote, through new basic and applied scientific research, the reduction of these impacts on people so that they can participate more fully in the activities of every day life. This science leads the development, evaluation, and implementation of new technological, behavioural, environmental and social interventions for children and adults with hearing disorders of all kinds.


ICRA was founded in 1988 and its Fellows are researchers from around the world who focus their work on advancing assessment methods, technologies, management, counselling, and outcome measures. Their research covers all the effects that a hearing disorder can have on someone: function, activity, participation, and quality of life. The Fellows are elected on the basis of their scientific contributions to Rehabilitative Audiology. ICRA holds conferences for its members every 2 years.


ICRA is an affiliated society to the International Society of Audiology.

  • Last modified 07-11-2015