In this course we will present Rexton's complete product line. New additions have been made to address the need of any patient providing features that can addressed almost any hearing loss.
Course created on June 17, 2016
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Melissa Ruscetta, PhD, AuD
Dr. Ruscetta received her PhD from the University of Pittsburgh with an emphasis in auditory rehabilitation. She was then the coordinator for the Hearing Center at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh where she helped to publish and present the results of numerous database analyses and research projects about hearing loss in children. While returning to clinical diagnostic and hearing rehabilitation practice in medical center, private, and retail settings, Dr. Ruscetta taught classes for the University of Pittsburgh, Salus University, West Virginia University, and Rutgers University. Among the courses she has taught are introductory courses, Real Ear Measurement and Hearing Aid Technologies, Aural Rehabilitation, and Geriatrics. While teaching for the distance doctoral program at Salus University, she earned her own AuD degree. Most recently, she has joined the team at Rexton as an audiologist and trainer and is looking forward to continuing to help train and support her hearing healthcare colleagues.
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