Course syllabus for CDIS 820 Clinical Audiology
Course description: The speech pathologist, in his or her professional role, is often called upon to perform routine audiometric procedures, interpret audiograms, and act as a resource person for other professionals. To perform these functions adequately, the speech pathologist must possess basic skills and knowledge within the field of audiology. It is the objective of this course to review and expand upon existing knowledge of pure tone audiometry, to increase skills in clinical interexisting knowledge of pure tone audiometry, to increase skills in clinical interviewing and report writing, to describe various pathologies of the auditory system and their audiological manifestations, and to have learners become familiar with audiometric techniques for difficult-to-test patients, and impedance measurements of the auditory system.
Longa, Robin, "CDIS 820 Clinical Audiology" (1993). Communication Disorders Syllabi. 197.