The outlook for audiologists is very positive...ever wonder what setting is the right fit for you? This session will outline options for different job settings within audiology and discuss the differences.
Course created on June 2, 2020
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Kelly Stahl currently serves as Manager of Distance Education for Oticon, Inc. Previous to this position, she worked clinically for 19 years in a variety of settings. During that time, she was an invited speaker to various corporate and philanthropic organizations. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at LaSalle University and Salus University. Her education includes a B.S. in Communication Disorders and M.S. in Audiology from Radford University and an Au.D. from Arizona School of Health Sciences.
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Randi R. Pogash, Au.D., CCC-A, is currently Senior Manager, University Relations for Oticon, Inc. Dr. Pogash is an audiologist with 28 years of extensive experience. In addition to working as an audiologist in both medical and hearing aid dispensing settings, she has most recently worked as a clinical supervisor before joining Oticon in 2001. She has frequently lectured at the state, national and international level on a various topics in the hearing healthcare arena.
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