Access Audiology Examines Licensure Versus Certification Do audiologists need both a license and a certificate of clinical competence? Barbara Cone, professor at the University of Arizona, reviews salient points about licensure and certification in the May issue of ASHA Access Audiology. Cone, an ASHA-certified audiologist, considers the history of licensure (introduced in 1969) and certification (introduced ... ASHA News
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Access Audiology Examines Licensure Versus Certification
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ASHA News   |   May 01, 2018
Access Audiology Examines Licensure Versus Certification
The ASHA Leader, May 2018, Vol. 23, 66. doi:10.1044/leader.AN2.23052018.66
The ASHA Leader, May 2018, Vol. 23, 66. doi:10.1044/leader.AN2.23052018.66
Do audiologists need both a license and a certificate of clinical competence?
Barbara Cone, professor at the University of Arizona, reviews salient points about licensure and certification in the May issue of ASHA Access Audiology. Cone, an ASHA-certified audiologist, considers the history of licensure (introduced in 1969) and certification (introduced in 1952).
Although some audiologists believe that licensure is sufficient, Cone makes the case that certification is truly of, by and for audiologists.
ASHA Access Audiology is a bimonthly electronic newsletter that addresses the interests and needs of professionals and students interested in hearing, balance and the profession of audiology.
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