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This insightful article by Henry et al focuses on audiologists and their role in providing effective clinical services for their patients.
Guest editor Philippe Fournier assembles an amazing group of contributors to encourage Canadian audiologists to take action when it comes to tinnitus in Canada.
Not Selling Hearing Aids and Its Effect on the Audiology Profession: A Comparison between Québec and Ontario
What would audiology be like if audiologists would have never been granted the right to sell hearing aids? Although it’s impossible to go back in time, this question can still be partly answered by what could be called a case-control study. Indeed, there exist one province in Canada—Québec—where audiologists are not allowed to sell hearing aids.