Robert B. Johnston Aural Rehabilitation Laboratory Principle Investigator
Adult Audiologic Rehabilitation
Counselling in Audiologic Practice
Hearing Accessibility and Universal Design
Western Community Service Learning Award - 2013
The Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists 25-Year Member Honour Recognition - 2012
The Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Editor’s Award - 2010
Special Guest Editor, WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, Special Issue on Hearing and Rehabilitation.
Committee Member, 2016 World Congress of Audiology.
Peer-review Journal Reviewer, American Journal of Audiology, Audiologic Medicine, Canadian Journal on Aging, Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Ear and Hearing, International Journal of Audiology, Trends in Amplification.
Contributor to “Lean on Me” volunteer training series and manual (2006-present), Horton Street Seniors Centre, Kiwanis Seniors Centre, in partnership with Third Age Outreach, London, ON.
Contributor to “Grey Matters” a memory strategy and education program for older adults (a program presented in partnership with the Ministry of Health Promotion Ontario, City of London, Third-Age Outreach, Specialized Geriatric Services, Parkwood Hospital of St. Joseph’s Health Care London, Alzheimer Society of London and Middlesex, Horton Street Seniors Centre), (2010-2013).
Southall K, Jennings MB & Gagné J-P. (2011). Factors that influence disclosure of hearing loss in the workplace. International Journal of Audiology, 50(10), 699-707.
Poost-Foroosh L, Jennings MB, Shaw L, Meston CN & Cheesman MF. (2011). Factors in client-clinician interaction that influence hearing aid adoption. Trends in Amplification, 15(3), 127-139.
Meston CN, Jennings MB & Cheesman MF. (2011). Older adult’s views of their communication difficulties and needs while driving in a motor vehicle. Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology, 35(4), 312-321.