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Role of the Audiologist Position Paper

Oct 8, 2021

Audiologists are master degree–educated allied health practitioners who work in the prevention, assessment, non-medical treatment and rehabilitation of hearing and balance disorders.

This position statement provides an overview of the key role audiologists in Australia play in the prevention, assessment, non-medical treatment and rehabilitation of hearing and balance disorders. The document serves as a resource for hearing health practitioners, allied health and other health professionals and policymakers who have an interest in or are seeking information on the audiology profession.

Summary

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Full Version

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Plain-language Version

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Factsheet

Want to download informational sheets to distribute around your clinic? Click here to read and download Audiology Australia’s factsheet on Role of the Audiologist- Factsheet

References

Click here to read the Audiology Australia position statement on Role of the Audiologist – References