Telehealth, in the age of the coronavirus pandemic, is becoming a critical way to provide service to hearing healthcare patients while adhering to the guidelines from the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

The Hearing Review has compiled a list of expert teleaudiology resources that have appeared on the website and in our print publication, including a 10-part, expert series on incorporating eAudiology into a hearing healthcare practice, called the “Phonak ABCs of eAudiology.” Please see below for article links:

Phonak ABCs of eAudiology

#1: 10 Steps to Licensure & Stakeholder Support for eAudiology, By William Campbell

#2: 10 Steps to Optimizing Your eAudiology Practice Environment, By Danielle Glista, PhD

#3: 10 Steps to Clinical Applications & Providing Feedback for eAudiology, By Gurjit Singh, PhD

#4: 10 Steps to Employee Training, By Karen Muñoz, EdD

#5: 10 Steps to Scheduling & Reimbursement for eAudiology, By Rachel Higginbotham, AuD

 #6: 10 Steps to Technology & Connectivity for eAudiology, By Jean Anne Schnittker, AuD

#7: 10 Steps to Talking to Clients about eAudiology, By Gina Angley, AuD

#8: 10 Steps to Client Selection & Other Considerations for eAudiology, By Dr Evelyn Davies-Venn

#9: 10 Steps to Family-centered Care for eAudiology, By Joseph Montano, EdD

#10: 10 Steps to Record Keeping & Data Protection for eAudiology, By William Campbell

Other Recent Teleaudiology Articles

eAudiology: Shifting from Theory to Practice, By Joseph Montano, EdD; Gina Angley, AuD; Colleen Ryan-Bane, MS; William Campbell, MClSc; Robert Eikelboom, PhD; Andrea Gerlach, AuD; Danielle Glista, PhD; Karen Muñoz, EdD; Christine Jones, AuD; Melanie Ferguson, PhD; De Wet Swanepoel, PhD; Ora Buerkli-Halevy, MS; Gurjit Singh, PhD; Davina Omisore, MSc; Martina Schuepbach-Wolf, and Francois Julita, MS, MBE

Connecting the Dots in the Digital Hearing Healthcare Landscape, By Angela Flores, AuD

Teleaudiology: Friend or Foe in the Consumerism of Hearing Healthcare? Part 1: Telepractice tools enhance, not replace, empathetic professional care. By David Fabry, PhD, and Jennifer Groth, MA

Teleaudiology: Friend or Foe in the Consumerism of Hearing Healthcare? Part 2: Promoting better fit-to-preference and efficiency. By Tammara Stender, AuD, Jennifer Groth, MA, and David Fabry, PhD

Critical Steps in Establishing a Teleaudiology Practice, By Bopanna Ballachanda, PhD

Critical Steps in Establishing a Teleaudiology Practice, Part 2, By Bopanna Ballachanda, PhD

The Business Case for Teleaudiology, By Dave Davis

Benefit of Using Telecare for Dementia Patients with Hearing Loss and Their Caregivers, By Lindsey Jorgensen, PhD, Taylor Van Gerpen, Thomas A. Powers, PhD, and Dirk Apel

October 2012 Special Edition on Teleaudiology (Guest Editor: Jerry Northern, PhD)