Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of audiologist.

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Examples

  • A group of hearing health professionals, including ear, nose and throat doctors, audiologists and sound engineers, have teamed up to tackle the wide and underserved market of people who have some hearing loss, but not necessarily enough to require a hearing aid.

    Better Hearing Is Being Made More Convenient

  • In the last few weeks Sony has had to call in forensic audiologists to prove that the voice on the Cascio tracks is that of Michael Jackson.

    Roger Friedman: Michael Jackson's New Album Faces Obstacles

  • A team of experts – including audiologists, speech/language pathologists, social workers, mental health counselors, educators, researchers and otolaryngolists – offers complete evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation services to children and provides support, education and guidance for families.

    Center for Childhood Communication

  • The leadership of the HHI, Drs. Melissa Bennett and Program Manager, Karen Hudson take this time to thank and salute our faithful and regular volunteers, pediatric residents, attending physicians, dentists, nurses, audiologists, LEND fellows, medical and dental students who take the time out of their busy lives and schedules to support the children and families in homeless shelters.

    Volunteer Spotlight

  • These educational sessions are offered by Nursing and Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Fellows including developmental pediatricians, speech and language pathologists, physical and occupational therapists, audiologists, social workers and psychologists.

    HHI volunteers, responsibilities, and schedule

  • The Cochlear Implant team includes audiologists, otolaryngologists (ENT doctors), speech-language pathologists, a social worker and an educational consultant.

    Cochlear Implant Program

  • Gandhi's focus is instead on the $54.2 million allocated to local schools for teachers 'aides and support services provided by psychologists, physical therapists, audiologists and other specialists.

    D.C. schools may face another budget shortfall

  • Gandhi's focus is instead on the $54.2 million allocated to local schools for teachers 'aides and support services provided by psychologists, physical therapists, audiologists and other specialists.

    D.C. schools may face another budget shortfall

  • Gandhi's focus is instead on the $54.2 million allocated to local schools for teachers 'aides and support services provided by psychologists, physical therapists, audiologists and other specialists.

    D.C. schools may face another budget shortfall

  • These educational sessions are offered by Nursing and Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Fellows including developmental pediatricians, speech and language pathologists, physical and occupational therapists, audiologists, social workers and psychologists.

    HHI volunteers, responsibilities, and schedule

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