Date of Degree
Brett A. Martin
Carol A. Silverman
Speech and Hearing Science | Speech Pathology and Audiology
Diagnostic Audiology, Audiological Disorders, Otological Disorders
Given the Scope of Practice for Audiologists as outlined by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), the diverse occupational settings audiologists belong to, and the varied multidisciplinary collaboration necessary, audiologists are tasked with needing, at minimum, a baseline understanding of a wide range of disorders. This includes not only otological diseases, but multisystem disorders that affect the auditory system. While an abundance of diagnostic audiological information on various disorders and their impacts are available, there exists a gap in the availability of condensed and accessible diagnostic information for everyday use. The goal of the resulting diagnostic pocket guide is to provide straightforward, research-based diagnostic information on a number of common audiological & multisystem disorders, and their clinical implications for audiological care.
Andino, Ashley, "A Diagnostic Pocket Guide For Audiologists: Outer, Middle, and Inner Ear Disorders and Chronic Diseases" (2022). CUNY Academic Works.