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Textbook CE Course: Complex Cochlear Implant Cases: Management and Troubleshooting

Textbook CE Course: Complex Cochlear Implant Cases: Management and Troubleshooting
Josh Sevier, AuD, LLM
November 1, 2023

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Please note that to complete this course, you will need to read the textbook Complex Cochlear Implant Cases: Management and Troubleshooting. If you do not already have a copy of the textbook, you can purchase it at Plural Publishing, Inc.

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josh sevier

Josh Sevier, AuD, LLM

Dr. Sevier is a cochlear implant audiologist and the clinical program manager of the UChicago Medicine hearing loss program. His clinical interests include cochlear implants and providing services via telepractice. He was formerly an assistant professor at a doctor of audiology program where he taught classes and supervised students in the department's cochlear implant program. Dr. Sevier has published numerous articles in peer-review journals and continues research of cochlear implants.



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