eAudiology – Your CEU Source
Recognizing the need for timely and current continuing education, the Academy offers live and on-demand continuing education in the form of Web seminars and text based programs.
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CEUs can be purchased individually by seminar or program OR you can earn all your CEUs at an incredible savings with the unlimited On-Demand Web Seminar Package! Purchase the 2014 package for $99 (good through December 31, 2014).
2016 On-Demand Web Seminar Package
Choose any (or all!) of the on-demand Web seminars in the eAudiology library (over 150 to choose from).
Choose any (or all!) of the on-demand Web seminars in the eAudiology library (over 150 to choose from). CEUs must be obtained by December 31, 2016. This is a great opportunity to earn your CEUs at an incredible savings!
JAAA CEU Program Volume 27 (2016)
2016 Issues of JAAA, Volume 27
There will be at least eight learning assessments available in the 2016 issues of JAAA, Volume 27. Each assessment is worth .2 CEUs. Participants may submit one or all examinations for scoring and CEU credit. Submissions can be completed individually or all at once. To participate in the JAAA CEU program you must be a member of the Academy.
Please check back here often as new assesments are added.
The tabs above include details for each assessment.
Upcoming Live Events
Live - The Role and Utilization of Audiology Assistants (.1 CEUs)Includes a Live Event on 05/18/2016 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
Presented by Julia P. Andrews, AuD
The Role and Utilization of Audiology Assistants
Wednesday, May 18, 2016; 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
Duration: One hour
Presenter: Julia P. Andrews, AuD
Who Should Attend: Audiologist interested in finding out more about Audiology Assistants
Instructional Level: Introductory
Program Focus: Knowledge
Learner Outcomes: Upon completion, each participant in the eAudiology Web seminar will be able to:
- Describe the current need for audiology services
- Identify potential methods for meeting audiology consumer demand
- List tasks considered by the majority of audiologists as appropriately completed by an audiology assistant
- Recognize major themes related to audiologists' global opinions related to assistants
Description: The gap between the number of audiologists and the number of people requiring audiological services continues to grow each year. This eAudiology Web seminar will provide an overview of the growing need for audiology assistants, the historical utilization of audiology assistants, and regulations governing their practice. Recent statistics regarding current audiologists' opinions on assistants' scope of practice, education, utilization, and impact on practice growth will be presented.Julia Andrews, AuD is an Assistant Professor at Nova Southeastern University (NSU). She currently serves as a clinical preceptor and diagnostic laboratory instructor for the first and second year doctor of audiology students. Dr. Andrews' professional efforts include general diagnostic audiology, adult vestibular evaluation, hearing aids, and research related to audiology assistants. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and the Florida Academy of Audiology and as such sits on various committees.