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Volume 8

Perceived Benefits of the AuD Degree among Canadian Audiologists

Survey results suggested an overall belief in the value of the AuD degree. Respondents reported an increase in clinical confidence and improved perception by providers, colleagues, staff/personnel, and patients. The barriers of time commitment and cost of tuition may present opportunities for review by academic programs to reduce these barriers.

Volume 6


Print ISBN: 9781626234017 E-Book ISBN: 9781626234024 You may be wondering why in the world is Rex Banks doing a book review on pediatric audiology? Simple, Marshall asked me to! But beyond that, I spent the first 12 years of my career working with children as a daily part of my audiology practice, including many mornings…

Canadian Health Measures Survey (CHMS) Results – “Tinnitus in Canada” What the Data Means for Audiologists

In the Fall of 2018, the Canadian Hearing Society was contacted by epidemiologist and researcher, Pamela Ramage-Morin, MSc, from Statistics Canada about the tinnitus data derived from the Canadian Health Measures Survey (CHMS).

Volume 5

Striking the Right Balance: The People Behind the Tumours

In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Rex Banks, Director of Hearing Healthcare at the Canadian Hearing Society talks about his involvement as a support group facilitator and President of the Acoustic Neuroma Association of Canada

Volume 2

Finding a Balanced Chi

Have you been thinking that you would like to offer something for your patients with balance disorders but are not quite sure what to do? Have you considered Tai Chi?