Dr. Rita Chaiken elected to serve as ADA's president-elect for the 2014-2015The Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) is pleased to announce that Rita Chaiken, Au.D., has been elected to serve as ADA's president-elect for the 2014-2015 program year. "It is a great honor to be elected by my peers to serve as president-elect of the organization that is advocating for our profession in such a meaningful way," said Dr. Chaiken. "I am committed to helping ADA advance its mission to ensure best practices and professional autonomy throughout the profession of audiology." [Read More]
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Congratulations to our very own Dr. Rita Chaiken! Salus University Audiology Alumnus of the Year!!!
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Researchers Find Some Hearing Loss May be Reversible
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine recently published a paper that suggests long-term hearing loss caused by loud blasts or explosions may one day be reversible in humans.
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Commentary: The dollars and sense of addressing hearing loss in the workplace
Hearing loss doesn't win many headlines. Nor does it win much time in the doctor's office. But maybe it should. And perhaps America's employers should be the first to listen up.
By Sergei Kochkin, PhD McClatchy Newspapers