You Do Your Thing and I’ll Do Mine: Ethical Considerations In Audiologic Treatment of Hearing Impairment

In the last several months, I’ve had the opportunity to discuss clinical practice policies of a number of audiology practice sites with both audiologists and AuD students. I’ve also had several conversations with various private practice offices as I attempted to find an appropriate office to which I could refer patients moving away from my…

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Increasing the Value of an Au.D. Education Requires Increasing the Value of the Au.D

By Nancy Green, Au.D. There has been much discussion recently over the high perceived costs associated with earning the Au.D. degree, and even some suggestions that perhaps universities should try to squeeze four years of education into three years in an effort to defray some of the tuition, housing and living expenses for Au.D. students.…

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