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Neurophysiological and Behavioral Processing of Small Frequency Changes in 8-11 Year-Old Children

Christine Rota-Donahue, MS, CCC-A/SLP

July 12, 2010

Adequate perception of the physical aspects of sounds is essential for human oral communication; when a listener cannot perceive the auditory input because of either a hearing loss or another audit...   Read More

   


Changing Consumer Behavior: The Realities of Audiology-centered Marketing

Dave Smriga

June 28, 2010

For most of us in the audiology profession, marketing is something that we have had to learn about on the fly. It is generally associated either with an individual practice's efforts to promote servic...   Read More


Pediatric Audiology - Case Review

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

June 21, 2010

Editor's note: This course is an edited transcript of a live expert e-seminar. To view the course recording, register here: /audiology-ceus/course/hearing-aids-children-aural-habilitation-children-hea...   Read More

      


Red Flags Rule - What Audiologists Need to Know

Cindy Beyer, AuD

June 14, 2010

For millions of people every year identity theft is more than just a threat, it is a very painful reality. Although businesses bear a large financial burden, it is the victim of the identity theft tha...   Read More


Dual Sensory Loss in Adults: an Overview for Audiologists

Debra Busacco, PhD, CCC-A, FAAA

April 26, 2010

This article provides an overview of combined vision and hearing loss or dual sensory loss. It includes strategies for auditory rehabilitation with this population and suggestions for how to make an a...   Read More



The Audiology in Agil

Donald J. Schum, PhD

April 19, 2010

More than anything else, hearing aid wearers want to count on their hearing in all of the situations that they encounter. As the person with hearing loss goes throughout the day, there will be many ch...   Read More


Amplified Stethoscope Options for Professionals with Hearing Loss

A. U. Bankaitis, PhD, FAAA

April 5, 2010

Medical professionals rely on auscultation to routinely examine the status of the circulatory, respiratory, and/or gastrointestinal systems. Auscultation is defined as listening to internal sounds of...   Read More

 


Fitting Hearing Aids: A Comparison of Three Pre-Fitting Speech Tests

H. Gustav Mueller, PhD, Earl Johnson, PhD, AuD, Jennifer Weber, AuD

March 29, 2010

H. Gustav Mueller, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Hearing and Speech Science, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN Earl E. Johnson, Au.D., Ph.D. Advanced Practice Audiologist, Veterans Affairs Medical...   Read More


Development of a Tinnitus Evaluation Software Program

David W. Holmes, PhD

March 15, 2010

This paper details the development of a tinnitus evaluation software program that complies with the criteria set forth in CPT Code 92625. It also describes the contents of information obtained, includ...   Read More


Universal Design for Hearing: Considerations for Examining Hearing Demands and Developing Hearing Friendly Workplaces

Mary Beth Jennings, PhD

March 1, 2010

This article is an edited transcript of the course presented live on AudiologyOnline on November 4, 2009. To view the original presentation, register here . This presentation will discuss work that we...   Read More


Alarming Facts About Smoke Detectors

A. U. Bankaitis, PhD, FAAA

February 22, 2010

Editor's note: This article is an edited transcript of the live seminar Alarming Facts About Smoke Detectors. To view the recorded course, click here. According to the Federal Emergency Management Age...   Read More

 


Avoiding Monthly Revenue Peaks and Valleys: Guidelines for New & Existing Practices

Granville Y. Brady, AuD Jr, FAAA

February 8, 2010

Most new audiology practices face the dilemma at some point or another of keeping their financial head above water. Articles written about managing practice revenue are helpful when cash flow is avail...   Read More


Ethical Equilibrium: The Changing Landscape of Ethics - Transcript of the Live Seminar

Gloria Garner, AuD

February 1, 2010

Editor's Note: This article is an edited transcript of the course presented live on AudiologyOnline on September 25, 2009. While this article preserves the original transcript whenever possible, some...   Read More

 


The Benefits of Nonlinear Frequency Compression for a Wide Range of Hearing Losses

Hugh McDermott, PhD

January 11, 2010

Nonlinear frequency compression is a proven technique for improving the ability of people with hearing impairment to detect and recognize high-frequency sounds. As difficulty perceiving such sounds is...   Read More


Separating Fact from Fiction: Making Sense of Processed-Based Noise Reduction

Brian Taylor, AuD

December 7, 2009

The purpose of this review article is to familiarize clinicians with some of the current trends related to processed-based noise reduction (NR) schemes used in modern hearing aids, and how the latest...   Read More


The Benefits of Nonlinear Frequency Compression for People with Mild Hearing Loss

Michael Boretzki, Andrea Kegel

November 23, 2009

Nonlinear frequency compression compensates for hearing loss in frequency ranges where traditional amplification on its own does not provide sufficient benefit. The effectiveness of Phonak's proprieta...   Read More


Planning Ahead - Retirement Benefits for an Uncertain Future

Granville Y. Brady, AuD Jr, FAAA, Ralph J. Braskett, F.S.A.

November 16, 2009

In 1936, during the midst of the Great Depression, Franklin Roosevelt championed Social Security as part of the New Deal. Prior to that time, workers had no guaranteed retirement benefits and often wo...   Read More


Modified Verification Approaches for Frequency Lowering Devices

Danielle Glista, MSc, Susan Scollie, PhD

November 9, 2009

Providing effective hearing aid fittings for high-frequency hearing loss is a challenging and important clinical task. The importance of this task becomes even more apparent when considering the devel...   Read More

  


Standard Versus Special Fitting Approaches

Donald J. Schum, PhD

November 2, 2009

Audiology, like other clinical sciences, strives to treat patients using consistent, evidence-based approaches. It is expected that caregiving professions ensure that all patients are managed using ve...   Read More


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