Outcomes measurement is where the qrubber hits the roadq in contemporary audiology. This new release is devoted to preparing clinicians and students to demonstrate service-delivery effectiveness in all areas and for all sites of professional practice. An exemplar of effectiveness, this sprightly text takes a nuts-and-bolts approach on how to provide data for early hearing detection and intervention (EHDI) programs, diagnostic audiology, aural habilitation, aural rehabilitation, and hearing conservation. Attention is given to cochlear implants, hearing aids, assistive listening devices, and sound-field FM amplification. This is the most likely text that students will keep on their desks in their careers in hearing health care networks, private practice, elderly health care facilities, public schools, speech and hearing clinics, and university training programs. Clinicians will appreciate the clear, concise, and logical presentation as well as the forms and checklists on the CD-ROMInternal ZIP drive ai Printer ai Configuration of hard drive (CPU) appropriate for UNHS volume and technology SIMS is able ... Information may be imported or exported to hospital information systems to reduce data entry requirements furtheranbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Outcomes Measurement in Audiology|
|Author||:||Carole E. Johnson, Jeffrey L. Danhauer|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2002|