Family-Centered Care

Why Family-Centered Care is not a time waster

Have you already listened to the second episode of our podcast starring Joe Montano, Professor of Audiology at Weill Cornell Medical College, New York?

A little over a month ago, we launched our new Phonak podcast, ‘The Audiologist’. Before the release, everyone involved was super excited – and we are very happy about all the positive feedback we’ve received.

For those of you who haven’t yet listened through the released episodes of this Family-Centered Care (FCC) podcast series, I’d like to recommend the second episode of the podcast in which I had a chat with Joe Montano, Professor of Audiology at Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, and member of our Phonak Expert Circle on FCC.

Speaking about his clinical insights and views on FCC just felt like the perfect sequel after the inspiring kick-off episode with Louise Hickson, who shared her wealth of research experience on the topic with us.

What does Professor Joe Montano think of FCC?

In this episode of The Audiologist, Joe Montano explains what he sees as the greatest benefit of Family-Centered Care in audiological practice. However, I don’t want to give away too much and would rather let Joe Montano speak for himself in this short sneak peek video. Thank you very much, Joe – it was a pleasure to talk to you!

 

Listen to the full episode now and don’t forget to subscribe to The Audiologist:

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