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The Pulse Tone

The Pulse Tone is a quarterly newsletter designed specifically for and sent only to New Professionals. We know everyone is busy, so we’ve specially formatted the newsletter to be a quick and easy way to get audiology information that is most relevant to you. Past releases of The Pulse Tone have been archived for your reference.

August 2018
About Us    
Welcome back to the Pulse Tone! This is the fourth installment of the New Professional’s e-newsletter.  You can find the last installment here. We know you are busy and receive many emails so we promise to keep this short but informative.

Wait a second—who is "we"?

“We” is the New Professionals Committee. We’ve been around for a few years now, and are tasked with identifying and promoting the needs of new professionals (NPs) within the Academy. Communication is a two-way street, and we want to improve our connections with all of our fellow NPs.

Wondering how to get involved with the Academy? Sign-in to the Audiology Community, and under the “Volunteer” tab, “current volunteer opportunities” for a listing of all that is available. Check it out or view the Academy’s volunteer page for more information.

Need to Know
  • A new Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program is being offered be the Academy, allowing new professionals to establish a mentor/protege relationship with a seasoned member of the Academy. From there, the new professional will be able to learn and develop leadership skills, gain new perspectives, and grow professionally. The experience must be in person, so a mentor should be someone that is easily accessible. Up to 0.6 CEUs (6 hours) can be earned per year from this program, and there is a $75 introductory application fee (per mentorship application). Do you feel like you would be better off as a mentor than a protege? Sign up to be a mentor to others! If you have questions, please contact Katy Sidwell.
  • The Academy has provided additional information and explanation of their position of the Audiology Patient Choice Act (APCA). Stay informed and read the FAQs!
Have You Heard?    
  • The 2018-2019 AAA Board election results were announced last month. Congratulations to President-Elect, Catherine Palmer, PhD, and the Members at Large, Samuel Bittel, AuDAngela Shoup, PhD, and Kari Morgenstein, AuD. Kari Morgenstein is also a new professional and will be a valuable voice for new professionals at the national level. Check out this issue’s New Professionals Spotlight to learn more about Dr. Morgenstein!
  • The 2018 AAA Conference in Nashville, TN has come and gone. In case you missed it, there was a brand new offering for new professionals - the New Professionals in Audiology Conference (NPAC). Speakers covered topics like professional growth, sticky workplace situations, and audiology history. Additionally, Speak Up, Speak Out had a panel of professionals available to answer new professional’s questions. Be on the lookout for these sessions to be offered again next year in Columbus, OH, and let us know of any topics you want to see covered.
New Professionals Spotlight    

This is our continuing segment on highlighting new professionals and their career paths! This time, we'd like to introduce you to Kari Morgenstein, AuD.

Do you have a new professional friend you would like to see us put in the spotlight next time? Shoot us an email with your suggestion!

Other News Bytes    

Check out our News Bytes section of the New Professionals web page. We are releasing monthly articles about topics of interest to NPs and beyond.

That’s it! You made it to the end of this newsletter and hopefully you learned something useful!  We would love to hear from you, please consider the following:

We welcome your feedback!  Please feel free to reach out.


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