John and Dean talk with special guest Brad Storck about medical equipment service and calibration. John also catches up with Brad Stach about the HCPAC seat recently awarded to the American Academy of Audiology.
John and Dean speak with American Academy of Audiology President Pat Kricos about the state of audiology today.
John and Dean play “Name That Stimulus” with the audience, then speak with ABA and ACAE representatives about the work of each organization.
John and Dean test the audience’s knowledge of Chicago and Dr. Doug Beck joins us to speak about the American Academy of Audiology’s web offerings.
John & Dean say hello to Chicago and speak with Dr. Kathy Campbell of Southern Illinois University about otoprotective agents. Due to technical difficulties, this episode does not contain a discussion of ototoxicity and pharmacology with Dr. Bob DiSogra and Dr. Campbell.
John and Dean speak to 2011 AudiologyNOW! Program Chair Richard Roberts and get ready for the big event in Chicago.
John & Dean speak with guest Ryan Bullock, President of the Student Academy of Audiology, and also discuss our professional responsibility to use evidence-based practices.
John and Dean speak with Chair of the American Academy of Audiology Foundation Board of Trustees and start the new year with a philanthropic focus.
John and Dean speak with Dr. Brenda Ryals or James Madison University and Dr. Stefan Hellar of Stanford University about current research and future outcomes in hair cell regeneration.
John and Dean speak with Marion Downs and share their own thoughts on making a mark in audiology.
John & Dean record at the ADA Convention and speak with audiology legend Chuck Berlin.
Dr. Jim Beauchamp talks with us about the ABA’s pending Pediatric Audiology Specialty Certification and his experiences chairing the PASC initiative.
We welcome Dr. Tabitha Parent Buck as our special guest and discuss the profession of audiology, education in audiology, and the upcoming ADA convention.
Guest Laurel Christensen, PhD, joins us to speak about wireless technology in hearing instruments and research in audiology.