Celebrating birthdays: AAA’s twenty-fifth and our second

By David H. Kirkwood As AudiologyNOW! gets under way today in Anaheim, I‘d like to congratulate the American Academy of Audiology on its 25th birthday and its 25th annual convention. I’m sure the 2013 edition, like each of the previous 20 or so, will again attract the largest turnout of audiologists and audiology students anywhere…

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Unleash the power of creative destruction in your practice

Brian Taylor’s advice to hearing care professionals on how to offer their patients services that cannot be provided by sophisticated machines or inexpensive labor overseas was published originally on the Hearing Economics blog on May 16. Holly Hosford-Dunn, the editor of Hearing Economics, and I agreed that we should bring his valuable ideas to the…

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Why I Blog

This week’s Hearing View is written by my blog colleague Dr. Holly Hosford-Dunn, Editor-in-Chief of Hearinghealthmatters.org. If it sounds as if it starts in the middle of a post, that’s because it does. So, first go to Holly’s latest post at Hearing Economics, entitled Aaargh!! Time for Ruthless Publishers to Walk the Plank. There you…

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