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Volume 9

Occupational Audiology in the United States

In the world of occupational audiology, we often preach that the most important part of every HCP is education. In my years as an audiologist, I have been fortunate enough to play a small role in educating those noise-exposed individuals, the program managers, and other professionals that implement OSHA, DOD, and other regulations that guide their HCP.

Book Review

Taylor, B. Relationship-Centered Consultation Skills for Audiologists: Remote and In-person Care, 2022. pp. 303 (softcover). ISBN13: 978-1-63550-335-7 Reviewed by Danielle Glista This book complements the multiple titles published by Dr. Brian Taylor, reframing the topic of consultation skills for audiologists to align with the current digital health era. In addition, it presents a hearing care…