Statement of the ASHA
Executive Board Regarding the Use of The AuD Designator
Statement by the Ethical Practice Board: Use of the AuD Designation by Members and Certificate Holders
How Do Schools Evaluate Speech-Language Pathologists?: Review processes vary, and most are not tailored for SLPs, according to recent survey results.
Post-Menopausal Hormone Replacement Therapy Tied to Hearing Loss
Wireless Cochlear Implant Electrodes Linked With Hearing Preservation
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