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Volume 5

Assessing Classroom Learning Environments

In a follow up to last issue’s article, Pam Millett expands on the complex classroom learning environments that students with hearing loss encounter on a typical school day.

Volume 4

The Case for Diagnostic Audiology: Is Anyone Listening?

Glynnis Tidball tells us why audiolgists need to be active clinical and academic partners in the education of physicians and others working in the health sciences.

Volume 3

Establishing Clinical Normative Data for Wideband Tympanometry Measurements

For Wideband Tympanometry Measurements (WBT) to be more widely implemented in clinical settings, normative data that are collected from specific clinical populations are needed. The primary goal of this study is to establish WBT normative data for the population served at University of the Pacific Hearing and Balance Center in San Francisco, US.

Striking the Right Balance

Lisa Koch, AuD,  discusses what she feels is the general scope of practice audiologists should consider when including vestibular rehabilitation in their practice.

Volume 1

CAPD Guidelines

Kim Tillery explains the nature of central auditory processing disorders (CAPD).

Treatment Plans in Audiology

Advice on deciding which communications devices are needed to assist patients in their activities of daily living before developing a treatment plan.