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AMTAS Pro vs Flex: Operation and Integration

Laura Prigge, AuD

February 25, 2019

GSI AMTAS software is available in two versions, AMTAS Pro and AMTAS Flex; both provide reliable automated hearing assessments, but are used in different testing scenarios. Detailed knowledge of the o...   Read More

  


GSI AMTAS: Automated Hearing Assessment

Tony Lombardo, MS

November 12, 2018

The GSI AMTAS software connected to a GSI audiometer provides a reliable way to perform an automated assessment of hearing. This course reviews the self-directed hearing test, which allows the patient...   Read More


Evoked Potentials Part 1: Good Practice and Auditory Brainstem Response

Kathleen Hill

October 1, 2018

This course describes Auditory Brainstem Response testing. Test parameters, waveform identification and diagnostic techniques are reviewed.   Read More

  


Madsen Zodiac - What's New in Immittance!

Jeanette Fitzke, AuD

September 28, 2017

Instruction for efficient use of the Madsen Zodiac Immittance device.   Read More

 


Rethinking Your Diagnostic Audiology Battery: Using Value Added Tests

James W. Hall III, PhD

September 18, 2017

Guidance for creating an individualized diagnostic test battery for each patient to enhance efficient and accurate assessment of auditory function. This practical course stresses the importance of sel...   Read More

 


Understanding and Treating Severe and Profound Hearing Loss

Donald Schum, PhD

February 29, 2016

Oticon has a history of creating excellent solutions for patients with severe-to-profound hearing loss. With the release of Oticon Dynamo, Sensei Super Power, and the Plus Power products in our perfor...   Read More

 


20Q: Acceptable Noise Level Test - The Basics and Beyond

Patrick N. Plyler, PhD, CCC-A

June 8, 2015

Noted audiology and hearing science researcher Anna Karczewska-Nabelek, died last month at the age of 81. Going back to 1973 until her retirement just a few years ago, Dr. Nabelek was a faculty member...   Read More

   


Acceptable Noise Levels: A Useful Tool?

Karrie Recker, PhD

January 20, 2015

Editor’s Note: This text course is an edited transcript of a live webinar. Download supplemental course materials.Dr. Karrie Recker: The Acceptable Noise Level (ANL) is the highest level of bac...   Read More


20Q: OAEs - Music to My Ears

Sumitrajit Dhar, PhD

August 11, 2014

Clinical uses and future directions for OAEs in the assessment of the auditory system.   Read More

   


Binaural Coordination: Making the Connection

Erin Reichert, MS

July 21, 2014

Editor's Note: This text course is an edited transcript of a live webinar. Download supplemental course materials.Erin Reichert:&; Thank you for joining me today in a discussion of Binaural Coordinati...   Read More


ABR: An Illustration of Auditory Dysfunction through Clinical Cases, Presented in Partnership with Rush University

Amy K. Winston, AuD, Robin B. Stoner, AuD

November 18, 2013

ABR: An Illustration of Auditory Dysfunction through Clinical Cases, Presented in Partnership with Rush UniversityEditor’s Note: This text course is an edited transcript of a live seminar. Downl...   Read More

  


20Q: Acoustic Immittance - What Still Works & What's New

Lisa L. Hunter, PhD

September 9, 2013

1. Clinical immittance testing has been around a long time, hasn’t it?Relatively speaking, yes. Even before I was born! There are reports of acoustic reflex testing using an impedance bridge going b...   Read More

  


FAQs on AERs

James W. Hall III, PhD, Samuel R. Atcherson, PhD

August 12, 2013

IntroductionIn June 2013, AudiologyOnline held a series of webinars entitled, Update on Auditory Electrophysiology – Evidence-Based Clinical Applications. The webinars were organized by Dr. Jam...   Read More

  


Monosyllabic Word Testing: Five Simple Steps to Improve Accuracy and Efficiency

Benjamin W.Y. Hornsby, PhD, H. Gustav Mueller, PhD

July 29, 2013

Editor’s Note: This text course is an edited transcript of a live seminar. Download supplemental course materials here (link to handout).Gus Mueller: It’s always a pleasure to host the Va...   Read More

  


Collaborative Corporate Initiatives that Drive Consumers to Audiology Care

Brian Taylor, AuD, David Smriga

March 18, 2013

Brian Taylor: I would like to welcome everyone to a joint webinar between AuDNet and Unitron. The title of our one-hour session is Collaborative Corporate Initiatives that Drive Consumers to Audiolo...   Read More

 


Modernizing Your Practice in Uncertain Times, Part 2: The Testing & Recommendation Phase of the Patient Journey

Brian Taylor, AuD

October 1, 2012

Editor's Note:This text-based course is a transcript of the live seminar, "Modernizing Your Practice in Uncertain Times, Part 2: The Testing & Recommendation Phase of the Patient Journey," presented b...   Read More

  


20Q: Cognition Measures -They Might Change the Way You Fit Hearing Aids!

Pamela Souza, PhD

August 6, 2012

We all learned in Hearing Aids 101 that's it's important to individualize the hearing aid fitting for a given patient. To do this, it's helpful to conduct some pre-fitting testing. The results of this...   Read More

   


Back to Basics: Speech Audiometry

Janet R. Schoepflin, PhD

July 30, 2012

Editor's Note: This is a transcript of an AudiologyOnline live seminar. Please download supplemental course materials. Speech is the auditory stimulus through which we communicate. The recognition of...   Read More


20Q: Any Color, So Long As It's Black - Individualizing Clinical Audiology Practice

Kevin J. Munro, PhD, MSc

May 7, 2012

One of things we all learned in our early days of audiology training is how to use the configuration of the audiogram to assist us in determining the etiology of the hearing loss. You know how it goes...   Read More

  


New Degree/Severity Classification for the Audiogram: What do Audiologists Have to Say?

Vinaya K. C. Manchaiah

August 29, 2011

The history of the audiogram dates back to the early days of audiology during and after World War II in the 1940s. The audiogram has become the standard graphical representation of the results of pure...   Read More

 


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