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My Au.D. Experience

Samira Anderson

June 2, 2000

Good morning, I'm Dr. Anderson, the Audiologist''. Since May 8, 2000, I have had the privilege of introducing myself as ''Dr. Anderson''. On that day I graduated from the University of Florida with a...   Read More

 


AuD Update: Stats and Facts

Delbert Ault, AuD

May 30, 2000

The Au.D. is quickly changing the profession of audiology, the fund of knowledge and the day-to-day practice patterns of clinical audiologists in the USA. This brief article will outline the status of...   Read More

 


Auditory-Oral Education: Teaching Deaf Children To Talk

Jean S. Moog

May 17, 2000

It is my belief that an auditory-oral approach to education teaches deaf children to use their residual hearing in combination with speech reading and contextual cues to better comprehend and use spok...   Read More

 


Reflections on the Au.D.

May 5, 2000

As I sit here, reviewing the past 18 months, I feel rather melancholy. Approximately 18 months ago I registered for the University of Florida Au.D. Distance Learning program. My business partner thoug...   Read More

 


Universal Newborn Hearing Screening: A Statistical Analysis of Probabilities

Dennis Burrows, PhD, Willis Owen, PhD

April 24, 2000

The universal screening of newborn hearing in the United States has been discussed for many years. Downs and Sterritt1 first described a universal newborn hearing screening program in 1964. Although t...   Read More

 


Counseling Instruction Within Audiology Programs: A Major Deficit in Training?

Carl C. Crandell, PhD, CCC-A

April 24, 2000

It has been demonstrated that appropriate counseling is a critical variable in the rehabilitation of individuals with hearing impairment (see Crandell, 1997, Crandell, McDermott, & Pugh, 1996, and Lut...   Read More


''Selling'' In Audiology

April 24, 2000

The idea and action of ''selling'' by audiologists has traditionally been met with hesitation -- if not outright resistance! Selling is not usually included in university curriculums and ''sales'' tra...   Read More


Hearing Aids Are Not Widgets and Audiologists Are Not Widgeteers!

Enid Smith, AuD

April 10, 2000

Recently I heard a hearing aid industry executive attribute lackluster hearing aid sales to poor marketing by audiologists. I would like to take issue with this. I attribute lackluster sales to manufa...   Read More


Testimony of Angela Loavenbruck to ASHA Legislative Council

Angela Loavenbruck, EdD

April 2, 2000

My name is Angela Loavenbruck. I am an audiologist in private practice in New City, New York. I have been a member of ASHA since 1965 and I am an ASHA Fellow. I served on ASHA's Standards Council, Eth...   Read More

 


Who/What Makes a Qualified Audiologist?

William D. Fitzgibbon

March 31, 2000

What is a ''Qualified Audiologist''? At this time, even U.S. Government regulations don't agree. In 1994, the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) thought it a tremendous victory in def...   Read More

 


Universal Screening of Newborns: The Promise and The Reality

David Luterman, EdD

March 2, 2000

It has been a long dream of our profession to screen the hearing of newborns based on the assumption that early detection and early intervention can and will minimize the negative consequences of chil...   Read More

 


Observations on the Au.D.

January 31, 2000

Significant issues confront audiologists as they ponder the future of their profession. Approximately 10% of audiologists have Au.D. degrees or are enrolled in Au.D. programs. As the number of Au.D. g...   Read More

 


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