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Audiologists and Tinnitus

Abstract : Although tinnitus is highly prevalent among patients receiving audiology services, audiologists are generally untrained in tinnitus management. Audiology graduate programs, as a rule, do not provide comprehensive instruction in tinnitus clinical care. Training programs that do exist are inconsistent in their recommendations. Furthermore, no standards exist to prevent the delivery of unvetted audiologic services, which can be expensive for patients. Patients seeking professional services by an audiologist, therefore, have no basis upon which to be assured they will receive research-based care. The purpose of this article is to describe the current status of tinnitus management services that exist within the general field of audiology and to suggest specific approaches for improving those services.
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James Henry, Michael Piskosz, Arnaud J Noreña, Philippe Fournier. Audiologists and Tinnitus. American Journal of Audiology, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2019, 28 (4), pp.1059-1064. ⟨10.1044/2019_AJA-19-0070⟩. ⟨hal-02416489⟩



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