AUD 560 - Clinical Instruction in Audiology
Semester Hours: 2
This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic principles and procedures involved in assessment of the auditory system and rehabilitation of auditory disorders. Students will learn clinical procedures for conducting a diagnostic behavioral evaluation using pure tone, speech and immittance audiometry. Procedures for the various tests will be described and students will begin to gain hands-on experience in their home institution clinics. Interpretation of clinical data and generating a diagnostic statement and recommendations will be stressed. Issues involved in counseling and taking case histories for diverse populations will be addressed. Various professional and legal issues, such as licensure and certification requirements, Code of Ethics and confidentiality will be discussed.
Lab fee additional.
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