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Read CEU articles and transcripts from experts in audiology and industry.

Using Speech-in-Noise Tests to Make Better Hearing Aid Selection Decisions

Brian Taylor, AuD

April 25, 2011

This is an edited transcript of the live expert e-seminar presented on 1/24/11. Register here to view the recorded course. Selecting the ideal hearing aid for a patient is a blend of art and science....   Read More


Revision Cochlear Implantation

R. Mark Wiet, MD, Krystine Mullins, AuD, CCC-A

April 11, 2011

This article is an edited transcript of the live e-seminar presented in November, 2010. To register to view the recorded course, click here. Revision cochlear implantation involves the removal or repo...   Read More

 


From Cairo to Audiology: Seizing the Future!

Dave Smriga

March 28, 2011

If you have ever wondered whether or not significant change can be driven by an organized and focused effort, certainly the recent events in Cairo suggest that it can. After decades of tolerating the...   Read More


20Q: Hearing Aid Features - The Continuing Search for Patient Benefit

Ruth Bentler, PhD, H. Gustav Mueller, PhD

March 28, 2011

A discussion of the benefit of modern hearing aid benefits and features, based on research findings.   Read More

 


Otoacoustic Emissions: Beyond Newborn Hearing Screening

Rebekah F. Cunningham, PhD

March 14, 2011

An otoacoustic emission (OAE) is a low-level sound emitted by the cochlea either spontaneously or evoked by an auditory stimulus. Specifically, OAEs provide information related to the function of the...   Read More

   


How to Grow and Prosper, Part 2: Strengthening the Roots and Expanding the Branches

Markus Hilbert, AuD

March 7, 2011

There are five general action plans we can navigate in order to grow and prosper a practice. In the first article of this series, Grow and Prosper in Uncertain Times these action plans were discussed...   Read More


Prioritizing and Planning in Your Practice

Brian Taylor, AuD

February 21, 2011

Transcript of the Live eSeminar This is an edited transcript of the live expert e-seminar presented on October 29, 2010. To view the Recorded Course, click here. In these busy times, there is a real n...   Read More


Bilateral Cochlear Implants

Robert A. Battista, MD, FACS, Kathleen Highhouse, AuD, CCC-A

February 14, 2011

This article is an edited transcript of the live expert e-seminar presented on November 3, 2010. To register to view the recorded course, click here. Today I'll talk about bilateral cochlear implantat...   Read More


Pediatric Amplification: Using Speech Perception to Achieve Best Outcomes

Jane Madell, PhD, CCC-A/SLP, ABA, LSLS Cert AVT

February 7, 2011

Editor's note: This is an edited transcript of the live expert e-seminar presented on 9/29/10. To view the course recording register here (include link).Click here to view the course recording. Mark R...   Read More

 


Buying and Selling an Audiology Practice: The Basics

Granville Y. Brady, AuD Jr, FAAA

January 31, 2011

Small businesses account for almost 75% of all companies in the United States. The idea of being your own boss is perhaps second only to home ownership as a characteristic of the American dream. As au...   Read More


Providing Amplification to the Aging Auditory System

Donald J. Schum, PhD

January 24, 2011

This is an edited transcript of the live expert e-seminar. To view the course recording, click here. This course is part of a four-part series of seminars on AudiologyOnline entitled "Myths, Assumptio...   Read More


The Silver Bullet for Your Business - Patient Retention

Gyl Kasewurm, AuD

December 6, 2010

Many audiologists concentrate the preponderance of their resources and energy on searching for new patients, while often ignoring the opportunities that exist within their current patient base. Patien...   Read More


Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Effects on the Auditory System

Bharti Katbamna, PhD, CCC-A

November 22, 2010

Maternal consumption of alcohol during pregnancy results in a range of developmental abnormalities known as fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Fetal alcohol syndrome is the most severe manifestation wi...   Read More

  


Fundamentals of Clinical ECAP Measures in Cochlear Implants: Part 1: Use of the ECAP in Speech Processor Programming (2nd Ed.)

Michelle L. Hughes, PhD, CCC-A

November 8, 2010

Telemetry capabilities became commercially available in 1998 to measure the electrically evoked compound action potential (ECAP) from the auditory nerve in cochlear implant (CI) recipients. An initial...   Read More

 


Pricing for Profit: How to Set Realistic Profit Margins

Granville Y. Brady, AuD Jr, FAAA

October 25, 2010

One of the most confusing concepts for the beginning practitioner, and often for experienced audiologists as well, is how to price goods and services for maximum profit. Laws regarding price fixing ar...   Read More


Fitting Hearing Aids to Babies: Three Things You Should Know - 2010 Update

Susan Scollie, PhD, Marlene Bagatto, AuD

October 11, 2010

Today's pediatric audiologist has a goal to identify infants with hearing loss by 3 months, and initiate intervention by 6 months (Joint Committee on Infant Hearing [JCIH], 2007). In many cases, we ar...   Read More

  


Conversation Therapy: Principles and Clinical Practices

Christopher Lind, PhD

September 27, 2010

Everyday conversation is the most common site of activity limitation/participation restriction (previously disability and handicap) arising from acquired hearing impairment. It is a premise of this pa...   Read More


Earmolds and More: Maximizing Patient Satisfaction

Michael West, MS

September 13, 2010

This article is an edited transcription of the AudiologyOnline recorded course Earmolds and More (#16407). To view the recorded course, register here. Although it may seem like a basic concept, even t...   Read More

   


The N1-P2 Cortical Auditory Evoked Potential in Threshold Estimation

Guy Lightfoot, PhD

August 23, 2010

The N1-P2 complex was the first cortical auditory evoked potential (CAEP) to attract substantial research interest, initially in the mid-1960s using analog computers and later in the 1970s when digita...   Read More

 


Multifrequency Tympanometry in Infants and Children

Carol Silverman, PhD, MPH

August 9, 2010

Abbreviations: ABR (auditory brainstem response), B (susceptance), BBN (broad-band noise), CNHL (conductive hearing loss), DPOAE (distortion product otoacoustic emissions), EECV (equivalent ear-canal...   Read More

 


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