Channel Oaktree Products on YouTube!

Looking for short videos that demonstrate new products that may be perfect for your hearing aid wearing patients?  Need a quick tutorial on some key aspects of cerumen removal but can only spare a minute or so? Want to actually see the difference between two products to fully appreciate how they differ from one another? If these thoughts ever come across your mind, be sure to check out and/or subscribe to the Oaktree Products YouTube channel!

This past summer, Oaktree Products was busy pulling together information to create a video resource library, providing audiologists, hearing instrument specialists, students, and/or patietns with access to educational in the form of Talking PowerPoints and QuickFlicks.  The Oaktree Products video resource library currently has three talking power points and ten QuickFlicks on various topics, all produced and narrated by “Dave-the-Wave” Kemp, our summer marketing intern.  Since each segment is about a minute or so, the Oaktree Products YouTube Channel provides clinicians the ability to quickly obtain information and news.  Viewers may subscribe to the Oaktree Products YouTube Channel by selecting the yellow “SUBSCRIBE” box located in the tool bar at the top of the screen.  Subscribers will be the first to learn of newly uploaded videos.  Be resourceful and be sure to check out Oaktree Products YouTube today!

About AU Bankaitis

A.U. Bankaitis, PhD is a clinical Audiologist with extensive clinical, research, and business experience within the hearing industry. Dr. Bankaitis created this blog to educate her colleagues on viable product solutions for their patients and/or clinical practice.
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4 Responses to Channel Oaktree Products on YouTube!

  1. Dan Schwartz says:

    Looks good! Three requests:

    1) Since you taught a one hour AO class on earmold impressions, could you post a YouTube video on the proper way to take one, including the use of bite blocks and examining the finished impression? I’m a firm believer in patient education: This will allow me to tell someone to watch the video of how an impression is properly done, so they can use it as a benchmark to compare it to how their own hearing care provider performs the task;

    2) Please use better quality audio, either with a boom mic or dub it recorded in a room with a shorter reverberation: Dave sounds like Vince the Sham-Wow Guy in a bathroom!

    3) Please caption the videos: If you have the transcript, all it takes is one mouse click to upload the text file, and then the YouTube speech recognition will “grab” it instead of guessing, and automagically sync it to the video. Here are the simple instructions on captioning. I thank you for this, and the 90+ members of the Association of Audiologists with Hearing Loss thank you as well!

    Dan Schwartz,
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  2. Amy Burdge says:

    What a wonderful use of YouTube to provide real, helpful instruction and information. Nice job and congratulations.

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