SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 20, No. 1, January 2013
This issue of Perspectives focuses on current topics in aural rehabilitation. First, authors discuss what to consider when mapping young children who have simultaneous/ sequential bilateral cochlear implants. The second article describes five clinical, administrative, and practical lessons important in building a cochlear implant practice. We round out this issue by describing three tools that can enhance collaborative self-management of hearing problems.
You will be able to:
- identify indications of binaural interference in simultaneous or consecutive bilateral cochlear implants in pediatric patients, and discuss mapping strategies to eliminate this potential problem
- summarize clinical, administrative, and practical issues associated with the start-up of a cochlear implant program
- summarize the purpose and utility of clinical tools developed at the Ida Institute that promote a patient-centered approach in providing audiologic services
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1/13/2013 to 11/23/2015