Dr Lyndal Carter has worked in the field of audiology for over 30 years, and is currently a Senior Research Audiologist at NAL. She joined NAL in 2003, following her early career in adult and paediatric clinical practice, management, and audiologist professional development. The wide range of research areas in which she has been involved include: hearing devices, hearing assessment, electrophysiology, epidemiology, participation in everyday life, noise exposure, and children’s outcomes. From 2009 – 2016 Lyndal lead a large-scale project investigating audiological indicators, leisure participation, attitudes, and leisure-noise exposure of adolescents and young adults. She was awarded a PhD in 2017 for her work on this topic.
Lyndal has a special interest in the lived experiences of people with hearing impairment, advocacy, participation and access for people with disability, and community awareness of hearing-related issues. She is a full member of Audiology Australia, the Deafness Forum of Australia, Hear for You, and is a life member of Hearing Matters Australia.
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