An introduction and examination of the role of teleaudiology in modern audiologic practice are discussed in this course. In particular, as it relates to non-regulated hearing conservation in the modern workforce. This course is part of a four-course series, Destroying the Box: Innovative Audiologic Care Delivery which highlights the next generation of audiology innovators and their pioneering approaches to meeting unmet audiologic needs in their communities and beyond.
Please note: You may earn ABA Tier 1 credits for this course if you complete it as part of course 38661, "Innovative Audiologic Care Delivery." ABA Tier 1 CEUs can only be earned when completed as part of course 38661.
Course created on March 17, 2023
- After this course, participants will be able to identify applications for teleaudiology.
- After this course, participants will be able to identify at least two aspects of a traditional hearing conservation program.
- After this course, participants will be able to identify two primary points of education for individuals who wear headsets for work.
|5-15 Minutes||Traditional hearing conservation|
|15-30 Minutes||“Hearing conservation” in traditional clinics|
|30-40 Minutes||Introduction to modern teleaudiology|
|40-45 Minutes||The modern patient population|
|45-50 Minutes||Care of the modern workforce|
|50-55 Minutes||Other considerations|
|55-60 Minutes||Summary & Q/A|
Dr. Heather Malyuk, owner of Soundcheck Audiology, is a musician and audiologist who hails from Northeast Ohio, but is known internationally as an expert clinician and public speaker in the field of music audiology. Heather grew up in a musical family and since the age of 2 has been singing, playing piano, violin and fiddle, and guitar. In her early teens, she began teaching
music, touring, and recording. She received an undergraduate degree in Music History and Literature from the University of Akron and continued on to earn her Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree from Kent State University. From 2013-2017, Heather was the clinical director at Sensaphonics Hearing Conservation in Chicago, Illinois. In 2020, she co-authored the clinical consensus document for Audiological Services for Music Industry Personnel through the American Academy of Audiology, she is on the Leadership Advisory Team for the National Hearing Conservation Association, and is a co-chair of the College Music Society’s Committee on Musicians’ Health. She is passionate about new delivery models for audiologic care and is the Head of Audiology for Tuned, a groundbreaking teleaudiology platform. In addition to her clinical and educational work, Heather developed and manages the first-ever hearing wellness video curriculum for the music industry, is a sought-after consultant, and is active in research with various teams across the country.
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