What are best practices in audiology?

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Cynthia Compton-Conley, PhD - Hearing Healthcare Provider
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Best practices are a set of professional procedures that are accepted or prescribed as being correct or most effective for the diagnosis and treatment of hearing aid balance disorders.  They are determined following years of clnical and laboratory research.  For example, the American Academy of Audiology lists standards and guidlines here.  Best practices for the audiological management of adult hearing loss can be found here.   Finally, a consumer oriented article on best practices can be found here.

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