Clinical Burnout in Audiology: Part II

Last week we discussed the issue of burnout among clinicians who provide clinical services to patients each day. While there are not a lot of studies that specifically reflect audiology, there is one that was reported in New Zealand.   In the International Audiology Journal, Stevens, Searchfield and Huggard (2012) of The Goodfellow Unit of the Department of…

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Who is the REAL “Father of Audiology”

Around the world there is usually one individual that stands out as the person that began the profession of Audiology in their respective country.  These are often those that came to the US, or in later years, other countries as international students and took the profession home and began its practice.  These individuals are often thought to be the…

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