James Hall III, BS, MA, PhD

James HallProfessor, OSBORNE COLLEGE OF AUDIOLOGY

jwhall@salus.edu

Education:

  • BA, American International College, Biology
  • MA, Northwestern University, Speech Pathology 
  • PhD, Baylor College of Medicine, Audiology 

Role at Salus: 

  • Professor
  • Instruction and expansion of distance education program 

Research/Clinical Specialty:  

  • Auditory electrophysiology
  • ​Diagnosis of infant hearing
  • Auditory processing disorders
  • Tinnitus and decreased sound tolerance disorders
  • Best practices in audiology

Selected Representative Publications (2009-present): 

Johnston, KN, John AB, Kreisman, NV, Hall JW III & Crandell CC. Multiple
benefits of personal FM system use by children with auditory processing disorder
(APD). International Journal of Audiology, 48, 371-383, 2009
 
Hall JW III and Bondurant LM. Neuro-diagnostic paediatric audiology. In
Paediatric Audiological Medicine (2nd Ed.) VE  Newton (ed), London: Wiley-
Blackwell, 2009, pp. 72- 89
 
Hall JW III & Johnston KN. Diagnostic audiology, hearing instruments and aural
habilitation. In JB Snow & PA Wackym, eds. Ballenger’s Otorhinolaryngology
Head and Neck Surgery (17th edition). Shelton CT: People’s Medical Publishing
House, 2009
 
Swanepoel, D & Hall JW III. (2010). A systematic review of telehealt
applications in audiology. Telemedicine and e-Health, 16, 181-200
 
Swanepoel D, Hall JW III, Koekemoer D. (2010). Vuvuzela – good for your team,
bad for your ears. SAMJ (South African Medical Journal), 100 (2), 99-100
 
Swanepoel D, Clark JL, Koekemoer D, Hall JW III, Krumm M, Ferrari DV, McPherson B, Olusanya BO, Mars M, Russo I & Barajas JJ. (2010). Tele-health in audiology: The need and potential to reach underserved populations. International Journal of Audiology, 49, 195-202
 
Swanepoel D, Hall JW III (2010). Football match spectator sound exposure and effect on hearing: a pretest-post-test study. South African Medical Journal, 100, 239-242
 
Swanepoel D, Hall JW III, Koekemoer D (2010). Vuvuzela sound
measurements. South African Medical Journal, 100, 192
 
Swanepoel D, Clark JL, Koekmoer D, Hall JW III, Krumm M, Ferrari DV,
McPherson B, Olusanya BO, Mars M, Russo I & Barajas JJ. (2010). Telehealth in
audiology: The need and potential to reach underserved communities.
International Journal of Audiology, 49, 195-202
 
Hall JW III. (2011). Objective measures of auditory function. In JE Peck (Ed)
Pseudohypacusis: False and Exaggerated Hearing Loss. San Diego: Plural     Publishing, pp. 137-155
 
 
Hall JW III, Bantwal A, Ramkumar V, Chhabria N. Electrophysiologic assessment of hearing with auditory middle latency and auditory late responses. In R Seewald and AM Tharpe (eds). Pediatric Audiology. San Diego: Plural Publishing (2011)
 
Hall JW III. Application of FM technology in management of auditory processing
disorder (APD) in triplicate. In Madell J & Flexer CA. (eds). Pediatric Audiology
Case Book. New York: Thieme (2011)
 
Bantwal AR & Hall JW III. Pediatric speech perception in noise. Current
Pediatric Reviews, 7, 214-226, 2011
 
LePrell C, Hensley BN, Campbell KCM, Halll JW III & Guire K. (2011). Evidence
of hearing loss in a “normally-hearing” college-student population. International
Journal of Audiology, 50 Supplement 1, S21-23
 
Kreisman NV, John AB, Kreisman BM, Hall JW III & Crandell CC (deceased)
(2012). Psychosocial status of children with auditory processing disorder.
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 22, 222-233
 
Hall JW III and Antonelli P. (2012).  Audiologic assessment of peripheral and
central auditory function.  In Bailey B (ed).  Otolaryngology-Head and Neck
Surgery. (5th ed).  New York: Lippincott-Raven Publishers
 
Friderichs N, Swanepoel D, Hall JW III. (2012). Efficacy of a community-based
infant hearing screening program utilizing existing personnel in Western Cape,
South Africa. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 76, 552
- 559
 
John AB, Hall JW III & Kreisman BM. (2013). Effects of advancing age and
hearing loss on Gaps-in-Noise test performance. American Journal of Audiology,
21, 242-250
 
Strauss S, Swanepoel DW, Becker P, Eloff Z & Hall JW III (2012). Prevalence
and degree of noise-induced hearing loss in South African gold miners.
Occupational Health South Africa, 18 (November/December), 4 – 1079
 
Maclennan-Smith F, Swanepoel D & Hall JW III (2013). Validity of diagnostic
pure-tone audiometry without a sound-treated environment in older adults.
International Journal of Audiology, 52, 66-73
 
LePrell CG, Dell S, Hensley B, Hall JW III, Campbell KC, Antonelli PJ, Green
GE, Miller JM & Guire K. (2012). Digital noise exposure induces temporary
threshold shift in normal-hearing human subjects. Ear & Hearing, 33, 44-58
 
Hensley, BN., Bantwal A. & Hall JW III, Comprehensive diagnostic audiology.
Kirtane MV, de Souza CE, Sanna M & Devaiah AK (eds). Otolaryngology Head
and Neck Surgery. Delhi: Thieme International (2013), pp. 56-71
 
Bantwal A & Hall JW III. Physiology of Hearing. Sanna, de Souza, Kirtane &
Devaiah (eds). Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. Kirtane MV, de Souza
CE, Sanna M & Devaiah AK (eds). Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery.
Delhi: Thieme International (2013), pp. 46-55
 
Bantwal A & Hall JW III. (Central) auditory processing disorders. Kirtane MV,
de Souza CE, Sanna M & Devaiah AK (eds). Otolaryngology Head and Neck
Surgery. Delhi: Thieme International (2013), pp. 285-300
 
Biagio L, Swanepoel, DW, Adeyemo A, Hall JW III, Vinck  B (2013).
Asynchronous video-otoscopy with a telehealth facilitator. Telemedicine and e-
Health, 19, 1-7
 
Swanepoel, DW, Maclennan-Smith F & Hall JW III (2013). Diagnostic pure-tone
audiometry in schools: Mobile testing without a sound-treated environment,
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 24, 1-9
 
Ramkumar V, Hall JW III, Nagarajan R, Shankarnarayan VC & Kumaravelu S
(2013). Tele-ABR using a satellite connection in a mobile van for newborn
hearing testing. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare (in press)
 
Kreisman BM, Bevilacqua E, Day K, Kreisman NV & Hall JW III (2013).
Preschool hearing screenings:  A comparison of distortion product otoacoustic
emission and pure tone protocols. Journal of Educational Audiology, 19, 49-
57
 
Straus S, Swanepoel DW, Becker P, Eloff Z & Hall JW III (2014). Noise and age-
related hearing loss: A study of 40,123 gold miners in South Africa. International
Journal of Audiology, 53, S66-S75
 
Matthysen C, Swanepoel, DW & Hall JW III. Automated pure tone audiometry
outside a sound-booth using earphone attenuation and integrated ambient noise
monitoring, in press
 
Hall JW III and Bantwal A (2014). Historical foundation of central auditory processing disorder. In Musiek FE & Chermak GD (eds). Handbook of Central Auditory Processing Disorder: Volume II. Auditory Neuroscience and Diagnostics (2nd ed). San Diego: Plural Publishing
 
Hall JW III & Swanepoel D (2010). Objective Assessment of Hearing Loss.
San Diego: Plural Publishing
 
Dhar S & Hall JW III (2011). Otoacoustic Emissions: Principles, Procedures,
and Protocols. San Diego: Plural Publishing
 
Hall JW III (2014). Introduction to Audiology Today. Boston: Pearson
Educational
 
Hall JW III (2015). eHandbook of Auditory Evoked Responses. New York:
Kindle Direct Publishin

Research Presentations/Abstracts (2015 only)

  • Over 1500 presentations/abstracts in career
  • Malaysian Audiology Conference Guest Speaker (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
  • Multiple Audiology Lectures to Audiologists and Physicians (Bangkok, Thailand)
  • Recreational Hearing Loss; Assessment and Management of Hyperacusis(Alabama Speech & Hearing Association Convention, Birmingham AL)
  • American Academy of Audiology, Learning Module, Four Strategies for Enhancing Hearing Health Care Globally (San Antonio TX)
  • American Academy of Audiology, Learning Module, The Diagnostically Value and Underutilized Acoustic Reflex (San Antonio TX)
  • Guest Speaker, International Auditory Evoked Response Audiometry Study Group Conference (Busan, Korea)
  • Guest Lecturer, Hallym University, Chuncheon, Korea) 

Professional Certifications & Activities

  • Founder and Fellow, American Academy of Audiology (AAA)
  • Fellow, American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA)
  • Licensed in audiology state of Florida
  • Certified, American Board of Audiology (ABA)
  • Past Chair, American Board of Audiology
  • Board Member, American Academy of Audiology (1990-1992)
  • Member, Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (2014-   )
  • Editorial Board, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology (1999 -  )
  • Editorial Board, The Hearing Journal (2001 -  )
  • Editorial Board, Arab Hearing Health Journal (2015-   )
  • Editorial Consultant, International Journal of Audiology, 2006-
  • Section Editor, Plural Publishing (
  • AAA Task Force on Auditory Processing Disorders (2008-2010)
  • Chair, AAA Task Force on Otoacoustic Emissions (2010 -  )
  • Board Member and President Elect, Florida Academy of Audiology
  • Extraordinary Professor in Audiology, University of Pretoria South Africa