In article <Pine.SUN.3.94.970129145653.8784B-100000 at sunbird>, John Wiggs
<jwiggs at sunflowr.usd.edu> writes:
>Subject: Re: Job Available
>From: John Wiggs <jwiggs at sunflowr.usd.edu>
>Date: Wed, 29 Jan 1997 14:58:05 -0600
>>last time I looked in their classifieds - I saw next to nothing
>Audiology - some help
>>On 28 Jan 1997 dancewater at aol.com wrote:
>>> I am working (have been working) on "Standards of Practice in
>> statements for the Audiology Committee of the Georgia Speech and
>> Association. It is ASHA that provides the bulk of material for this
>> project. I can find almost no position statements, policy documents
>> recommended guidelines from AAA.
>>>> I am of the opinion that ASHA is very valuable to audiologists and has
>> done a great deal of work to promote and protect the profession of
>>>> Just my opinion. I am proud of being an ASHA member also.
There are few job positions advertised in ASHA, and few in the AAA journal
either. Most listed are for instructors or faculty positions. I would
try ADVANCE magazine.