Christine Meston

Christine Meston

Assistant Professor/Clinical Supervisor

Room 2592, Elborn College
519 661-2111 x87539


  • PhD (Western University)
  • MSc (Western University)
  • BSc Hons. (Western University)

Research/Clinical Interests

  • Adult and pediatric hearing assessment
  • Treatment and management of hearing and hearing disorders
  • Adult and pediatric audiologic (re)habilitation
  • Ontario Infant hearing program
  • Reflection in clinical education

Teaching Areas

  • Clinical and professional practice
  • Clinical applications in audiology
  • Adult audiologic rehabilitation

Additional Information

Featured Publications

  • Arntfield, S., Parlett, B., Meston, C.N., Apramian, T., & Lingard, L. (2015). A model of engagement in reflective writing-based portfolios: Interactions between points of vulnerability and acts of adaptability. Medical Teacher. Early online: 1-10.

  • Ng, S.L., Lingard, L., Hibbert, K, Regan, S., Phelan, S., Stooke, R., Meston, C., Schryer, C., Manamperi, M., Friesen, F. (2015). Supporting children with disabilities at school: implications for the advocate role in professional practice and education. Disability and Rehabilitation. Early online: 1-9.

  • Poost-Foroosh, L., Jennings, M.B., Cheesman, M.F., & Meston C.N. (2014). Client-clinician perspectives of the importance of factors in the client-clinician interaction that influence hearing aid uptake: Initial results. Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, 38(3), 326-338

  • Meston, C.N., & Ng, S.L. (2013). A grounded theory primer for audiology. Seminars in Hearing, 33(2), p. 135-146.

  • Crukley, J., Dundas, D., McCreery, R., Meston, C.N., & Ng, S. (2013). Re-envisioning collaboration, hierarchy, and transparency in audiology. Seminars in Hearing, 33(2), 196-206.