Audiology Student Intern
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- Under direct supervision of an Audiologist may perform the following direct patient care:
- Select, perform and interpret diagnostic test data for:
- Peripheral and central auditory function in pediatric and geriatric populations
- Vestibular function
- Facial nerve integrity
- Counsels patients and informs them of future therapeutic plans.
- Provides mobile diagnostic services for inpatients, ICU, NICU and operative patients.
- Performs evaluations, assessments and referrals for hearing aids.
- Keeps accurate and comprehensive records in patient's medical chart and department-based files.
- Performs daily equipment biological calibrations, maintains equipment and initiates requests for repair.
- Instructs patient education class.
- Assists families with placement into appropriate education setting fro hearing-impaired children.
- Serves as resource to physicians, paraprofessionals and patients regarding hearing health diagnostics and care.
- Maintains professional competency.
- NOTE: Each evaluation will be co-signed by an Audiology Preceptor within the department.
- Completion of third year in an accredited AuD (Doctor of Audiology) program.
License, Certification, Registration
- Specific knowledge, skills and experience required to competently perform the job, including minimum education, technical knowledge, etc.
- Ability to apply/utilize knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of treatment modalities and interventions that meet standards of the program.
- Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word).
- Proficiency with a variety of software applications.
- Must be able to work in a Labor Management Partnership environment.