The focus of research is broadly defined issues of implementing hearing screening programs, along with coordination of such projects. Particularly close are the issues related to the development of organizational strategies, as well as conducting training and improving research procedures in hearing screening programs. She pursues his interests primarily in the scientific dimension, which is reflected in the implemented screening programs in school-aged children in Poland and abroad, including Asia and Africa. The result of the scientific work are 2 chapters in monographs and 37 articles in scientific journals. She actively participates in the implementation of the work presented at conferences and congresses – domestic and foreign (including Buenos Aires, Cape Town, Abuja, Rome, and others), as evidenced by 176 scientific reports. She is open to international cooperation, as evidenced by numerous participations in scientific conferences, co-organization and execution of pilot screening programs (including in Baku and Lagos), as well as participation in scientific meetings, (including regular meetings of the EFAS Working Group on school-age hearing screening, Coalition for Global Hearing) and numerous scientific picnics, during which she popularizes knowledge of hearing screening and prevention.