Access Audiology
Issue Focus: The ICF - An Ideal Conceptual Framework for Audiologic Rehabilitation
March 2016

Access Audiology addresses the needs of professionals and students interested in the field of audiology.

Featured Article

The ICF: A Classification System and an Ideal Conceptual Framework for Audiologic Rehabilitation
by Jean-Pierre Gagné, PhD

Headlines

  • Wondering what's new in best practice for clients with dizziness and imbalance? Check out ASHA's new Practice Portal page on Balance System Disorders!
  • Peer Review Opportunity—ASHA is developing an Audiology Registry that will help audiologists meet health payer requirements, monitor quality, and demonstrate their value in the broader health care arena. The first phase peer review for the adult version is available until April 17.
  • AuD and PhD students and postdoctoral fellows—Want to attend the ASHA Convention? Apply for the Audiology/Hearing Science Research Travel Award (ARTA) by May 1.
  • Student Ethics Essay Award—Explore the ethical implications of client abandonment. Essays are due to program directors by April 15.
  • Students Preparing for Academic-Research Careers (SPARC) Award applications are being accepted until April 15.
  • Advancing Academic-Research Careers (AARC) Award applications are due by April 15.
  • Submit ASHFoundation Clinical Award Nominations by April 11.

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    Employment Opportunities

  • Assistant/Associate Professor of Audiology
    Ball State University
    Muncie, IN
  • Clinical Audiologist
    Farmington Hearing and Balance
    Farmington, MO
  • Associate/Full Clinical Professor
    University of Maryland
    College Park, MD
  • Audiologist
    Augusta University Medical Associates
    Augusta, GA
  • Faculty Clinical Audiologist
    University of South Alabama
    Mobile, AL

    Visit ASHA's Online Career Center for More Job Opportunities

    Related Resources

  • ASHA's Audiology Homepage
  • ASHA Advocacy
  • ASHA Community
  • American Journal of Audiology
  • ASHA Special Interest Group Announcements

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    The Many Gray Areas of Ethical Decision Making (Live Webinar) 

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    Audiology 2016: Collaborative Strategies for Students With Hearing Loss 

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