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Mike Valente—The Perfect Man
Roeser and Hosford-Dunn explain why Mike is perfect as defined by having all the desirable qualities or characteristics that make you want to hang out with someone. He’s as good as it is possible to be.
What Will Audiology Be Like 30 Years from Now?
Reflecting on the pace of change in audiology speculating on where we will be 30 years from now. Bob asks the question, What will your job be like by the time you retire?
So… Who is Bob Harrison?
Canadian Audiologist was pleased to sit down with one of our newest columnist and explore his fascinating career in audiology.
Overlapping Scopes of Practice: An Interview Examining the Relationship between Audiologists and Physiotherapists Who Specialize in Vestibular Rehabilitation
In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” two audiology students interview two private practice physiotherapists in an effort to learn more about including vestibular rehabilitation in audiology practice and how the two professions overlap when managing vestibular patients.
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