By using a simulation educational model for training audiologists, future students will be better prepared for clinical practice. The use of simulation serves to heighten the experience, develop and refine clinical skills, and to enhance students' ability to interact with patients.
Patient-centered approaches to care and self-motivation are familiar concepts in the field of audiology. Motivational interviewing is a set of concrete techniques that can make those concepts a reality.
A pediatric audiologist and biological anthropologist share their experiences at Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens with a lowland gorilla. After 21-year-old Kumbuka arrived at the zoo, staff observed she was having difficulties.
Two faculty members, 11 doctor of audiology students, one undergraduate student, and two high school students travel to Australia for a two-week humanitarian service program to provide hearing services to students in a first-nations community.
The American Academy of Audiology Foundation is pleased and proud to announce the new Class of 2020 board of trustees, who will serve as the Foundation’s governing body and custodians of the Foundation’s mission.
This year, the American Institute of Balance (AIB), one of the country’s largest multi-specialty centers for the evaluation and treatment of dizziness and balance disorders, celebrates its 25th Anniversary. Founded in 1992 by Academy Past President Richard E.
Starting salaries, especially for newly-graduated audiologists are low because students do not negotiate; in fact, you are the first student, at least in my tenure here at the hospital, to ever negotiate salary.