Ergonomics for Audiologists in Access Audiology Audiologists may be at risk for musculoskeletal disorders due to deficiencies in the design and layout of their workplaces, according to information in the September issue of ASHA Access Audiology, which focuses on ergonomic considerations relevant to the work of audiologists. A case study illustrates that a more thorough understanding ... ASHA News
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Ergonomics for Audiologists in Access Audiology
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ASHA News   |   September 01, 2014
Ergonomics for Audiologists in Access Audiology
The ASHA Leader, September 2014, Vol. 19, 61. doi:10.1044/leader.AN4.19092014.61
The ASHA Leader, September 2014, Vol. 19, 61. doi:10.1044/leader.AN4.19092014.61
Audiologists may be at risk for musculoskeletal disorders due to deficiencies in the design and layout of their workplaces, according to information in the September issue of ASHA Access Audiology, which focuses on ergonomic considerations relevant to the work of audiologists. A case study illustrates that a more thorough understanding of the audiologist’s tasks, constraints and capabilities is required to create a supportive physical environment.
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