- Working with individuals of all ages to improve quality of life through the sense of hearing
- Objective measures to Map Cochlear Implants
- Newborn Hearing Screenings
Improve patient’s quality of life through the sense of hearing by providing effective hearing care through evidence based practice.
Dr. Hagg has worked on a variety of research projects, presentations, and publications during her time in the field.
- Hagg, J. A., & Messersmith, J. J. (in preparation). Parent knowledge of newborn hearing screenings and the impact of hearing loss on development.
- Messersmith, J. J., Jorgensen, L. J., & Hagg, J. A. (2015). Reduction in high-frequency hearing aid gain can improve performance in patients with contralateral cochlear implant – A Pilot Study. Outcomes for utilization of a modified hearing aid fitting in bimodal listeners. American Journal of Audiology, volume 24, 462-468.
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Jessica Hagg, AuD, CCC-A received her doctorate of audiology in 2016 at the University of South Dakota, Vermillion. She completed her audiology externship at Boys Town National Research Hospital in Omaha, NE. Dr. Jessica Hagg is certified with the American Speech Language and Hearing Association.
Dr. Jessica Hagg, AuD, is happily married to a native of South Dakota. She and her husband enjoy biking, playing cards, and traveling.