DPhil, CS (Audiology), PGDip Auditory Verbal Therapy, LSLS Cert. AVT®

Sarah has worked within the NHS, academic and charity sectors. Having graduated from ISVR, University of Southampton with a Masters in Audiology, she started her career as a paediatric audiologist at the University Hospital of Wales, before going on to work at the Welsh Hearing Institute where she was involved in both paediatric and adult audiology. She moved to the Auditory Neuroscience group at the University Laboratory of Physiology, Oxford and conducted a prospective, longitudinal study into the effects of temporary conductive hearing loss (“glue ear”) on the developing binaural auditory system as part of her doctorate studies.

She returned to the NHS, working at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, before leaving to set up the then newly-formed, independent assessment centre for children with hearing impairment, The Burwood Centre. More recently, Sarah was a lecturer for the BSc Audiology at Aston University. She was vice-chair of the British Association of Audiological Scientists (BAAS) prior to the amalgamation of the professional groups of Audiology. Sarah is currently part of the reference group of the Service Quality Committee (SQC) of the British Academy of Audiology (BAA). She was formerly Secretary and then Chair of Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) Auditory Verbal (AV) Clinical Excellence Network (CEN) 2012-2014.

Sarah joined Auditory VerbalUK in 2006. She now has a dual role of Research Coordinator and LSLS certified auditory verbal therapist.

Publications:

S Hogan, (2016) The Auditory Verbal Approach in the UK: A 10 year audit of outcomes for pre-school children in the UK.

S Hogan, J Stokes and I Weller. Language Outcomes for Children of Low-Income Families Enrolled in Auditory Verbal Therapy.
Deafness Educ Int. 12 (4), 204-216, 2010

S Hogan, J Stokes, C White, E Tyszkiewicz, A Woolgar. An evaluation of Auditory Verbal Therapy using rate of early language development as an outcome measure.
Deafness Educ Int. 10,143–167, 2008

SCM Hogan and DR Moore
Impaired binaural hearing in children produced by a threshold level of middle ear disease
Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 4, 123-129, 2003

DR Moore, DEH Hartley, SCM Hogan
Effects of otitis media with effusion (OME) on central auditory function
Int J Pediatr Oto 67S1, S63-S68, 2003

DR Moore, SC Hogan, O Kacelnik, CH Parsons, MM Rose, AJ King
Auditory learning as a cause and treatment of central dysfunction.
Audiol Neurootol 6(4): 216-20, 2001

DEH Hartley, SC Hogan, BA Wright, DR Moore,
Age related improvements in auditory backward and simultaneous masking in 6 to 10 year old children. J Speech Lang Hear Res 43(6):1402-15, 2000

SCM Hogan and DR Moore
The effects of otitis media with effusion on the development of binaural hearing.
in “Recent advances in otitis media” eds. M. Tos, J. Thomsen and V. Balle 1999

S.C. Hogan
Book review of “Central Auditory Processing Disorders - New Perspectives” by
Gail D. Chermak and Frank E. Musiek in Brit. J. Audiol , 1999

DR Moore, SC Hogan, JF Culling, AJ King
Effects of conductive loss on binaural hearing in humans and animals.
In: Palmer, A.R., Rees, A., Summerfield, A.Q. & Meddis, R. (Eds.), Psychophysical and Physiological Advances in Hearing. London, Whurr, pp. 412-418, 1998

SC Hogan, KJ Stratford, DR Moore
Duration and recurrence of otitis media with effusion from birth to three years
BMJ 314(7077):350-3, 1997

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