Faces of Audiology
“My advice to people practicing audiology is to be open for change. Change is part of our society these days and I would say: Try and look for the opportunity in all of these changes – it’s always there!”
Teens with hearing loss may have greater difficulty transitioning into adulthood compared to their normal hearing peers. The Phonak Teen Advisory Board explored how we can help them to succeed.
Hearing is Believing is a streamlined way to experience different hearing technology, but what all goes into creating an HIB? What will the future bring?
Your personal brand should highlight the things that make you stand out. Do you know where to begin?
Cultural competence should be at the heart of Family-Centered Care. Recognizing patient/family cultural needs and beliefs is consistent with the 3 pillars of evidence-based practice (EBP): relevant research, clinical expertise and patient values.
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