The Guidelines and Strategic Documents Committee is seeking individuals with subject matter and clinical document development and methodology expertise who are interested in contributing to clinical document development as a writing committee member, methodologist, or peer reviewer.
The following clinical practice document topics have been approved for development:
- Diagnosis and Management of Patients with Tinnitus
- Untreated Hearing Loss, Depression, and Social Isolation in Seniors
- Diagnosis and Treatment of Vestibular Disorders
Volunteer by completing an online application or send your CV to the Academy’s guidelines staff by email. The success of developing a high-quality clinical guideline or guidance document is dependent on the composition and selection of the multidisciplinary and balanced panel comprising content experts from a variety of relevant disciplines and academic and nonacademic settings, methodological experts, clinicians, and patients.
Once your application for a specific document topic is received, it will be reviewed and considered for next steps.
To view the Academy’s current library of guidelines and strategic documents and a full list of guidelines in development and to learn more about the Academy’s clinical document development process, visit the Academy’s Practice Resources website.
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