I often share with friends and colleagues those thoughts about audiology that have indiscriminately robbed me of my evening slumber. One of the more persistent thoughts is the unknown number of audiologists embracing and carrying out best clinical practices.
Author(s): Elizabeth Aspell RyanVirginia TothAnne Eckert
This article provides the counseling framework for a three-tiered approach to amplification involving audibility, brain training, and compensation strategies, allowing patients to share responsibility for their hearing health care.
The Academy Research Conference (ARC) 2018 provided an overview of progress in the field of genetics and hearing loss from both research and clinical perspectives. As chair of ARC 2018, I was joined by several knowledgeable individuals on the organizing committee, including Dr.
July 4, 1777, just one year after the Declaration of Independence had been approved and read publicly, our young nation paraded the streets and celebrated our independence by lighting bonfires, chiming bells, and setting off fireworks.
I have been practicing audiology since 1996 and started out as a jack of all trades—seeing patients of all ages, providing a variety of diagnostic services, and fitting hearing aids to patients of all ages.
The Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE), in collaboration with the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CAPCSD), offered the third annual Clinical Education Forum in conjunction with AAA 2018.
To aid in the understanding of how the Academy’s Code of Ethics (COE) is applied and interpreted, the Ethical Practices Committee (EPC) periodically publishes a summary of cases. Following is a summary of cases reviewed by the EPC from January to December 2017.