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20Q: The Auditory Brain - Highlights from a Career Researcher
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Frank Musiek, PhD
Text/Transcript
Course: #36374Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Frank Musiek, PhD, shares insights from his career studying the auditory brain, highlighting important but often overlooked topics relevant to audiology.

Grand Rounds: Complex Clinical Cases, presented in partnership with the Ohio State University
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Gail Whitelaw, PhD, Christina Roup, PhD, Jodi Baxter, AuD, Alicia Gonzalez, BS, Sam Mogan, BA, Sarah Ferguson, BA
Live WebinarWed, Jun 16, 2021 at 12:00 pm EDT
Course: #36698Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
This course is presented by faculty and AuD students at The Ohio State University. Five challenging pediatric cases that incorporate current evidence and perspectives of patient care will be discussed. Each case provides “take-home” messages to incorporate into clinical practice.

Signia Podcast Series: Interventions for Individuals with Subclinical Hearing Loss
Signia CEU courses
Presented by Brian Taylor, AuD
Audio
Course: #36187Level: Intermediate0.5 Hours
Historically, adults with normal hearing thresholds have not been candidates for traditional hearing devices, even though a sizeable number of individuals in this group self-report communication difficulties. This course will review the emerging research that shows the linkage between subclinical hearing loss and other conditions such as cognitive decline and depressive symptoms. Additionally, the course will review emerging intervention strategies that hearing care professionals can recommend for this group.

Signia Podcast Series: Evidence-based Interventions for Adults with Severe-Profound Hearing Loss
Signia CEU courses
Presented by Brian Taylor, AuD
Audio
Course: #36190Level: Intermediate0.5 Hours
It is estimated that about 10% of adults with hearing loss are in the severe to profound range. Although cochlear implant candidacy requirements have recently expanded, most of the individuals with severe and profound hearing loss still depend on traditional hearing aids for day-to-day communication. This course will examine non-implantable interventions for adults with severe-profound hearing loss.

Signia Podcast Series: Hearing Loss and Quality of Life - How Are They Linked and Measuring the Impact in the Clinic
Signia CEU courses
Presented by H. Gustav Mueller, PhD, Brian Taylor, AuD
Audio
Course: #42841Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will review the relationship between hearing loss of adult-onset, plus the quality of life and how it can be measured in the clinic. Several factors related to the quality of life, including social, functional, physical, and emotional aspects will be covered. Specific measures of quality of life that can be implemented in an audiology clinic will also be discussed.

Ear-to-Brain: The Role of Cognition in Evidence-Based Audiology
Cognivue CEU courses
Presented by Kim Cavitt, AuD, Heidi Hill, AuD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #36136Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The role of cognition in evidence-based audiology practice has been a hot topic for almost a decade. And while the science continues to mount regarding the brain’s role in hearing and communication, approaching audiologic treatment from the perspective of both peripheral and central hearing has not emerged as standard practice. Join Dr. Kim Cavitt and Dr. Heidi Hill as they dive into the science of ear-to-brain and how modern audiology can incorporate evidence-based evaluations, including cognitive screening, to drive more holistic, patient-centered care.

20Q: Audiologic Care for Musicians - Creating the Perfect Harmony
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Cory Portnuff, AuD, PhD
Text/Transcript
Course: #36100Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Musicians' ears are part of their instruments, and audiology expertise is important for amateur as well as professional musicians. Standard audiology clinic protocols and knowledge may not always be on target for musicians. This course uses an engaging Q & A format to discuss musicians' unique hearing needs and how audiologists can best meet them.

The Pivotal Role of Professionals with Families: Why Family Support is Needed and How to Integrate it Into Your Practice, in partnership with AG Bell
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Gayla Guignard, MA, CCC-A/SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT, Julie Swaim, BA, Jane Madell, PhD, CCC-A/SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT
Recorded Webinar
Course: #35647Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Having a child with a disability causes significant family stress. The course will help clinicians learn how to assist families in managing stress related to their journey in managing stress for children with hearing loss.

20Q: Ototoxicity and Audiology - Insights from an Innovator
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Kathleen C. M. Campbell, PhD
Text/Transcript
Course: #35665Level: Introductory1 Hour
An insider's look at key highlights and challenges of ototoxicity research over the years and a discussion of exciting emerging studies to watch for, written in an engaging Q & A format with distinguished audiology innovator, Kathleen Campbell, PhD.

20Q: Face Masks and Communication - Audiological Implications
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Barbara Weinstein, PhD
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Course: #35522Level: Introductory1 Hour
A Q & A discussion of how face masks may impact communication in healthcare settings, particularly for people with hearing loss. Strategies for professionals to use in order to optimize communication for all patients when face masks are worn are also reviewed.