Supply and Demand in the Audiology Labor Market, Part 4

The Audiology Labor Force series showed a stationary, or possibly decreasing, audiology workforce from 2000-2015, despite a median nominal wage increase of $2100/year over the same period (see feature image).  Does this mean that our profession lacks career appeal?   Probably not, considering audiology’s consistently high ranking in “best jobs” lists compiled by US News…

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Another Step Toward Quality AuD Education

“Peeling the Onion” is a monthly column by Harvey Abrams, PhD In a recent post, I referred to the initiative by the American Board of Audiology (ABA) to create an  advanced practice certificate for audiology preceptors.  This is an important step toward improving the quality of the 4th year experience for AuD students. Now along comes…

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Ensuring a Quality AuD Externship Experience: A Step in the Right Direction

by Harvey Abrams, PhD.   “Peeling the Onion” is a monthly column by Harvey Abrams, PhD. I was very excited to learn about the American Board of Audiology’s (ABA) Certificate Program for the CH-AP™  Certificate Holder-Audiology Preceptor (CH-AP™) described in excellent detail by Bob Traynor in his last HHTM post.  Among its other stated goals,…

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