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AudiologyNOW! 2017: Providing Coping Strategies and Hope to Tinnitus Patients (0.2 CEUs)

Providing Coping Strategies and Hope to Tinnitus Patients (0.2 CEUs)

Recorded: April 7, 2017

Presenter: Melanie Gregory, MA and Sharon Sandridge, PhD

CEUs: 0.2

Duration: 2 hours

Instructional Level: Fundamental

Learner Outcomes: Upon completion, each participant in the eAudiology Web seminar will be able to:

  1. Describe how tinnitus impacts a person’s life and what their most important needs and challenges are.
  2. Explain to patients how they can learn to live better lives with their tinnitus.
  3. Apply the Ida Tinnitus Tools to provide relevant counselling and build resilience in patients.

Description: 

Many hearing care professionals find it challenging to treat tinnitus patients, even though tinnitus is a common symptom. However, clinicians are sometimes the first to see tinnitus patients, therefore they need good counselling skills and the ability to apply a holistic approach to care. This module introduces three new tools to help hearing care professionals structure conversations with patients about their tinnitus, convey a message of hope and provide relevant counselling and coping strategies in appointments.

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