The American Academy of Audiology Board of Directors organized a continuing education needs assessment project during the spring of 1996. Surveys were sent to 1539 members selected at random, with a total of 813 membership surveys returned. This summary document presents the top 40 problems and issues that received the largest total number of definite concerns from the membership.
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