In 2020, the Early-Career Audiologist Award was presented to David Jedlicka, AuD, for his outstanding contributions to the field of audiology. With the 2023 cycle of Academy Honors and Awards fast approaching, Dr. Jedlicka has taken the time to recount his experience, why the award meant so much to him, and how you can nominate your peers and mentors for similar honors.
“Our profession is filled with tremendously talented individuals who deserve to be recognized for their work. We have people who are working tirelessly to train the next generation of audiologists to help patients in all aspects of hearing health care and to promote the profession of audiology into the future.”
Watch the video to learn more about Dr. Jedlicka’s experience, and learn more about how you can nominate someone in your life for an honor here.
The Academy and ADA Join Forces on Capitol Hill
Academy President Virginia Ramachandran, AuD, PhD, and Executive Director Patrick Gallagher, MBA, teamed up with the Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) leadership to advocate for the profession on Capitol Hill. The group first met with Senator Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) office and then attended a fundraiser for Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA). Senators Warren and Grassley…
Audiology Interstate Licensure Compact Adds Two New Participating States
Washington HB 1001 and Montana SB 214 were signed into law on April 13and May 2, respectively, bringing the number of Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology Interstate Compact (ASLP-IC) participating states to 27. Individuals licensed in one of the participating states will eventually be able to apply for a privilege to provide services both in person…