AAA 2024+HearTECH Expo: Call for Abstracts Now Open!

Where YOUR ideas, and OUR platform come together. The AAA Annual Conference is the world’s largest gathering of audiologists and the perfect place to showcase your latest research, data, or best practices. Abstracts are due October 13—no extensions this year!

Leadership Opportunities: Nominate Your Peers

The 2024 call for nominations for the Academy Board of Directors is now open. Please send us the name of your nominee, a friend or colleague you know would make an outstanding leader, or, nominate yourself!

Recognize Excellence: Academy Honors and Awards

If you know an outstanding professional in audiology, show them how much you value their contribution with a nomination for an Academy honor. Submit by October 13.

ARC Registration Now Open!

Join us October 27 for this virtual one-day event, the Academy Research Conference (ARC) 2023: Next Generation Inner-Ear Therapies. This virtual conference aims to describe the current state of these therapies and provide future expectations for clinicians providing hearing-related services.


Latest News

Find current information regarding hearing and balance health care and how the Academy is supporting you.

Proposed Regulation Would Remove Medical Bills from Credit Reports

On September 21, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced the beginning of a rulemaking process to remove…

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American Telemedicine Association Publishes New Health Data Privacy Principles

Amid rising concerns about data privacy within the telehealth arena, the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) released a set of…

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New Federal Resource on Protecting the Privacy and Security of Consumer’s Health Information

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently released a joint…

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Education and Events

From continuing education opportunities to grants and scholarships, the Academy is here to support you.


Audiology Today

Audiology Today is a bimonthly magazine that provides comprehensive reporting on topics relevant to audiology.

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Mental Health First Aid Across the Life Span

Hearing and balance conditions are known to coincide with a host of health-related issues, including mental health. Audiologists need to be able to identify when emotional and psychological well-being is at risk in patients we serve. Several models exist for delivering difficult information, and we as audiologists must understand the signs of potential mental health crisis and feel comfortable  discussing how to handle conversations surrounding mental health.

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Implementing a Protocol for Patients with Acquired Brain Injury in an Audiology Practice

Patients with acquired brain injury are not routinely referred to audiologists, and audiologists are rarely a part of the interprofessional practice team. Working with this population provides an opportunity for our profession to demonstrate our significance in the medical arena and to facilitate the opportunity to enhance communication for those who have had strokes and other types of acquired brain injuries.

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Digital Dawn: Audiology’s New Era

Tele-audiology is growing at a rapid pace, providing new ways for audiologists to practice and offering convenient care to nontraditional patients. From researching new patient populations and new technologies, to creating new platform capabilities and ways to educate audiologists, tele-audiology companies continue to fill an important role in the future of audiology.

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Academy Enterprise

The Academy Enterprise includes the following groups who work to support the overall Academy in the areas of accreditation, philanthropy, voluntary certification, advocacy, and support and education of audiology students.