Clinical Burnout in Audiology: Part 1

It is tough becoming a clinical audiologist.  These days in the US there are the eight years of school, practicum, and  politics required to obtain the credentials to work with hearing impaired patients.  After such a rigorous process, the motivation to find a position and begin a practice to interact with patients each day is seemingly insurmountable.  Audiologists often…

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7th Coalition for Global Hearing Health Conference, Manila

From the Editor: This week’s Hearing International was prepared by the President-Elect of the American Academy of Audiology, Dr. Jackie Clark.  Dr. Clark, a Director and Founder of the Coalition for Global Health discusses the organization and its 7th International Conference to be held in Manila this Fall.     This 7th Coalition for Global Hearing…

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