Diagnosing hearing loss takes the skill of a trained hearing care professional who is equipped with the right tools. For many, pure tone audiology stands as the gold standard of audiologic exams. We'll explore why this versatile test is used by so many hearing care professionals and what you need to implement it at your clinic.
Looking for educational opportunities in 2021? We have a ton to share with you! Throughout the year, Workplace Integra, Palmer Associates, and Audiology Consulting and Training are offering Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC)-approved courses in multiple cities throughout the United States.
Over the next few months, GSI is offering some exciting educational opportunities. Covering the topics of performing VEMP, OAE, and ABR with the GSI Audera Pro, this three-part webinar series will be filled with insightful information and will offer CEUs. Each course will end with a Q&A session with the presenters, so you’ll be able to get answers to and questions you have about the presentations.
Finding the right spirometer for your occupational health program can be a daunting task. You have to ensure you find a device that meets all of your needs. That’s why we’ve put together this helpful chart comparing the leading spirometers on the market.
In the market for a new vision screener for your occupational health program? The Depisteo VT1 provides a complete device for vision screening that performs all required tests with the utmost speed and efficiency. Check out our new comparison chart today to see how it stacks up against the competition!
Finding the right occupational health audiometer is an important task. With so many options to choose from, you have to do a lot of research to ensure you’re purchasing a device that will meet all your needs. The biggest barrier to this is the fact that all the information you need is dispersed across the web. That’s why we’ve decided to compare the two of the leading occupational audiometers.
Would you be ok with putting your mouth on a spirometer sensor that has already been used? How about if your general practitioner didn’t replace the otoscope specula before sticking it in your ear? Pretty nasty, right? Well, not replacing eartips in between patients is essentially the same thing.
We recently posted an article on our recap of hearing care in 2020. It’s been a long, strange year, but there were some noteworthy stories to come out of the world of audiology. Hopefully 2021 will be less chaotic and filled with much more positivity. Before we ring in the New Year, we wanted to share some predictions with you. Here is what we think will happen in the world of audiology in 2021.
2020 was quite the year... However, despite all the chaos, there was some good news to come out of the world of audiology. From new technologies to groundbreaking research, here are some of the best stories from the field of hearing care that happened in 2020.