My Favorite Misteaks: Lessons Learned from a Lifetime of Clinical "Practice" (0.1 AAA/Tier 1 CEUs)
Recorded On: 06/10/2020
My Favorite Misteaks: Lessons Learned from a Lifetime of Clinical "Practice"
Brought to you by the AAA Foundation’s Educational Fund. Thank you to those who donated their AAA 2020 + HearTECH Expo Conference refunds toward this educational fund.
Recorded Date: June 10, 2020, 12 pm - 1:00 pm ET
Presenters: Gyl Kasewurm, AuD; Dave Fabry, PhD; Tricia Scaglione, AuD; and Jodi Baxter, AuD
CEUs: 0.1 Tier 1/AAA CEUs
Instructional Level: Advanced
Description: This session will use a case-history format to educate practitioners as to how clinical adverse outcomes may facilitate a modification to "best" clinical practice and improved patient outcomes. Each presenter will share recent cases and discuss what they learned as a result of the process, and modified clinical strategy as a result of the experience. Audience participation is strongly encouraged.
- Identify processes that identify the root mean cause of clinical errors to improve clinical best practice.
- Define the objectives of Morbidity and Mortality (M&M) conferences in clinical education.
- Identify how to use adverse clinical outcomes to improve patient care and eliminate outdated clinical procedures.
Gyl Kasewurm, AuD
Professional Hearing Services
Dr Kasewurm received a doctorate in audiology from Central Michigan University. She has owned a large private practice in Michigan for thirty five years. The practice which is known for its unique patient experience is a benchmark for practices across the world. Dr Kasewurm is a recipient of a Distinguished Achievement Award from the Academy. She is an author and experienced and sought after speaker and is known for her presentation on how to convert a practice from Fine to Fabulous.
Dave Fabry, PhD
Chief Innovation Officer
Starkey Hearing Technologies
Chief Innovation Officer at Starkey Hearing Technologies. Past President of AAA (2001). Editor-in-Chief of Audiology Today (until 12/2018). Board of Director for American Auditory Society. Past Chief of Audiology at Mayo Clinic & University of Miami Medical Center. Licensed Audiologist in Florida and Minnesota
Tricia L. Scaglione, AuD
University of Miami
Tricia Scaglione, AuD, F-AAA, CCC-A is the Director of the Tinnitus & Sound Sensitivities Clinic and Associate Director of Clinical Education in Audiology for the University of Miami Department of Otolaryngology. Dr. Scaglione is an Assistant Professor practicing as a clinic audiologist. Dr. Scaglione has provided clinical education to students at the University of Miami for the past 10 years in the areas of tinnitus and sound sensitivities, auditory and vestibular diagnostics, hearing aids, and AEPs.She is Board Certified in Audiology (ABAC) and served as an invited subject matter expert (SME) for the development of the ABA's Certificate Holder in Audiology Precepting (CH-AP) program. She currently serves as a Board member for the Tinnitus Practitioners Association (TPA), is involved in numerous committees for the Aademy, and is serving on the American Tinnitus Association's (ATA) Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC). Dr. Scaglione is an invited speaker for state, national, and international meetings.
Jodi Baxter, AuD
Clinical Assistant Professor
The Ohio State University
Jodi Baxter is an audiologist and clinical faculty member at The Ohio State University. She has a passion for hearing technology, the rehabilitation process, aging, clinical education, advocacy, and leadership. Jodi enjoys volunteering for the American Academy of Audiology as chair of the Government Relations Committee. In the rare moments that she is not professing her love for audiology she also has an affinity for running, lifting heavy things, coffee and of course her family.