Things That Go Bump

Evolution is necessary, not only in nature but also in business. Generally, living organisms benefit from evolution. So do people and probably so do most patients.  Some folks seem to fear progress around them. Some quietly observe. Some argue violently. Most float by on the prevailing current without notice, comment, or participation.   For those of…

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Audiology: An Introspection

By Robert Castleton Wormus I’m 76 years old and have been retired from Audiology for fifteen years. In retirement, I write a daily science journal, numerous social media blogs, poetry, novels, anecdotes, adventures, and prognostications about the future. It’s my avocation, and now I want to add my two cents about Audiology.   Clinical audiology,…

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Counseling and PSAPs

by Mike Metz As PSAPs come into the marketplace, and as clinicians decide how to deal with them, there arises an issue of the need to addressing patient counselling.  Most hearing aid fittings come with recommendations for follow-up.  Most new cars sales also come with recommendations for follow-up.  What do PSAPs come with? Automobile sales…

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