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Computer Applications in Audiology

Jeffrey Sirianni audioman at HCTC.NET
Sat Nov 15 15:29:59 EST 1997

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>I'm asking for your help.  I've been asked to do a book chapter for Thieme,
>"Computer Applications for Audiology and Dispensing."  The essence of the
>chapter is to describe how audiologists are using computers in their practice
>settings: ENT offices/hospitals, private practice, dispensing, business
>management, school audiologists, university, military, industrial (hearing
>conservation), cochlear implant, intraoperative monitoring, balance
>evaluation/treatment, etc.
>I would like to know what computer applications, if any, you use to enhance
>your practice.  Please don't feel that you need to provide a lenghty
>description (although that's Ok, too).  It's enough to describe the name of
>the product(s), the platform you use (i.e., type of PC or Mac), where I might
>go to find additional information, and any comments (pro or con) about the
>software.  I'd like to know about any custom software that you might have
>created, too.
>If you believe that current software doesn't help you much as an audiologist,
>and your computer use is minimal, I'd be interested in hearing that too -- to
>provide a sense of balance.
>If there are any vendors/manufacturers out there who offer products targeted
>to audiologists, I'd be glad to hear from you.
>Thanks, in advance, for your help.  Information such as this is difficult to
>find doing a conventional literature review, and I'd like to be as
>comprehensive as possible.  Considering you all are on-line, I thought you
>would be a good group to ask.
>About the books:
>Thieme is developing 74 chapters in a three volume set: Audiologic Diagnosis,
>Audiologic Treatment Strategies, and Audiologic Practice Management.  The
>editors are Michael Valente, Ross Roeser, and Holly Hosford-Dunn.  Their goal
>is: "...to publish a new, definitive text-reference for the profession of
>audiology."  First drafts of chapters are due March 30, 1998.
>Robert R. de Jonge, Ph.D., CCC-A
>Department of Communication Disorders
>Central Missouri State University
>Warrensburg, MO 64093
>816-543-8809 (voice) 816-543-8234 (fax)
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