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Scripts for front desk staff

Is your office staff not living up to expectations? Check out these sample scripts to help them deliver better service to your patients.


New guidelines for recording occupational hearing loss

The National Hearing Conservation Association issues a set of guidelines to increase compliance with OSHA recording regulations.


Study finds increased prevalence of severe hearing impairment among vets

A recent MMWR report finds that veterans are 30% more likely to have severe hearing impairment than nonvets.



 FROM THE LATEST ISSUE OF THE HEARING JOURNAL

Retraining the brain when hearing aids aren't enough
By Karen Pallarito

New software approaches make it easier for audiologists to provide auditory training.


Environmental design enhances hearing rehabilitation
By Raymond Hull, PhD

A key facet of helping patients hear better is helping them recognize the things they can change within their acoustic environments.


Strategies to recruit millennial students start with a culture of mentoring
By Debra Bussaco, PhD

In order to guide the next wave of audiologists, mentoring must be tailored to the needs of the generation.




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