Kelley Keene first joined the Child Amplification Lab in 2008 while she was completing her B.Sc.(Hons) in Health Science and a B.A. in Psychology. She continued to be part of the team while completing her M.Cl.Sc. in Audiology. Upon graduation, she began to work as an Audiologist at Limestone Hearing Care Centre in Kingston, ON.
Bagatto, M., Moodie, S., Brown, C., Malandrino, A., Keene, K., Seewald R., Richert, F., & Scollie, S., (2010, June). Use of the LittlEars Auditory Questionnaire in Canada: Pilot Normative Data and Informative Cases. Poster presented at the NHS Conference, Como, Italy.
Keene, K., Merovitz, A., Irvine, E., Manji, N., Everett, M., Chung, I., Moodie, S., Scollie, S., Gamble, A., Zimmo, S., Morrison, C., Chan, B. (2013) Accuracy of smartphone sound level meter applications. Canadian Hearing Report (submitted).
Chan, B., Chung, I., Everett, M., Gamble, A., Irvine, E., Keene, K., Manji, N., Merovitz, A., Morrison, C., Zimmo, S. (2013). Accuracy of sound level meter applications for smart phones. Poster presentation (with author).
Moodie, S., Scollie, S., Bagatto, M, The Network of Pediatric Audiologists of Canada, & Keene, K. (2012). How close to the DSL target criteria are pediatric audiologist’s fitting children’s hearing aids? Article submitted for publication (copy on file with author).
Scollie, S., Glista, D., Tenhaaf, J., Dunn, A., Malandrino, A., Keene, K., Folkeard, P. (2012). Stimuli and normative data for detection of ling-6 sounds in hearing level. American Journal of Audiology, 21, 232-241.