Tools Available to Help Audiologists Adapt for Future Practice The Denmark-based Ida Institute, a nonprofit organization, is offering a free toolbox to help hearing care professionals identify and adapt to changes in their responsibilities—from hearing evaluations and programming hearing aids to client counseling and rehabilitation. Fit for the Future provides resources to help users strategize in three areas related ... News in Brief
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Tools Available to Help Audiologists Adapt for Future Practice
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News in Brief   |   June 01, 2016
Tools Available to Help Audiologists Adapt for Future Practice
The ASHA Leader, June 2016, Vol. 21, 10. doi:10.1044/leader.NIB2.21062016.10
The ASHA Leader, June 2016, Vol. 21, 10. doi:10.1044/leader.NIB2.21062016.10
The Denmark-based Ida Institute, a nonprofit organization, is offering a free toolbox to help hearing care professionals identify and adapt to changes in their responsibilities—from hearing evaluations and programming hearing aids to client counseling and rehabilitation. Fit for the Future provides resources to help users strategize in three areas related to health care change: creating person-centered workspaces, expanding pre- and post-appointment communications, and using telepractice.
The Ida Institute promotes patient-centered hearing care. The tools it offers are based on the insights of more than 100 hearing care professionals involved in the institute’s Vision 2020 process, which looks at the evolving state of audiology and how practitioners can anticipate and adapt to these changes.
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