Clinical Document Development and Methodology
The American Academy of Audiology’s Bylaws, Policies and Procedures, Code of Ethics, organizational structure and current strategic plan, guidelines, clinical consensus documents, position statements, reports, Scope of Practice, and Standards of Practice are key strategic documents essential to the Academy and the audiology profession.
These resources support the mission of the Academy by advancing research, education, and advocacy. They promote optimal health-care policies and standards and guide clinical decision-making for providing evidence-based care for individuals with hearing and balance disorders.
Learn about the Academy’s clinical document development process and methodology, as well as the types of scientific and clinical documents published by the Academy.
Clinical Practice Documents in Development
Learn about the clinical document priorities and topics approved for development and volunteer to participate on a clinical practice document development.
The Academy posts draft clinical practice documents for public comment before they are finalized and sent to the Board of Directors for approval.
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Access the Academy’s endorsement policy and view clinical practice documents that have received endorsement or affirmation of value by the Academy.
Retired guidelines and strategic documents are no longer current or valid and are provided for historical purposes only.