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Grand Rounds: Pediatrics, presented in partnership with the University of South Dakota

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1.  In a remote geographic setting, providing in-house audiological services is important because:
  1. Patients always need one appointment in-house for insurance purposes.
  2. Family centered care can require in-house services to provide the best support.
  3. Patients need a medical home.
  4. All pediatric appointments must be completed in person.
2.  When establishing or planning for an audiology outreach clinic, which of the following does NOT have to be considered:
  1. Detailed packing list
  2. Clinic/equipment access
  3. Poverty rate of target population
  4. Licensing considerations
3.  Pediatric patients may be accompanied to their appointments by a variety of caregivers. When working with patients it is worth noting:
  1. If the person attending the appointment the legal guardian
  2. If the person attending the appointment is able to legally make medical decisions on behalf of the patient
  3. If the individual is someone who supports the child in their audiologic goals
  4. All of the above
4.  When sharing results from assessments via telepractice, which of the following would NOT be an appropriate consideration?
  1. Cultural and linguistic influences that affect the patient and/or the clinician
  2. The time sensitivity of sharing results with parents (e.g. results should be shared as soon as possible)
  3. The ability to and effectiveness in connecting the family with state and local resources
  4. You don’t have to provide a written report
5.  When deciding how best to serve pediatric patients in a remote location, it is critical to keep the ___________’s needs in mind.
  1. Child
  2. Parent
  3. Other pediatric audiologists
  4. Child’s school

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