Quick and Effective Tinnitus Counseling for Every Hearing Health-Care Provider (0.1 AAA/Tier 1 CEUs)
- Non-member - $55
- Member - $25
- Student - $10
Speaker: Brianna Kuzbyt, AuD
CEUs: 0.1 AAA/Tier 1 CEUs
Duration: 60 minutes
Instructional Level: Intermediate
Program Focus: Knowledge
Despite advances being made in the care of tinnitus patients, there still exists high variability in treatment modalities and delivery models around the world, and the care someone receives may be dependent on the clinic or provider they consult. Many hearing health-care providers who see patients reporting tinnitus do not have time to provide comprehensive tinnitus counseling. This webinar aims to propose for discussion a brief tinnitus counseling protocol that can inform, support, and empower your patients when appointment time is limited. We will review preparing to incorporate counseling into clinical care, communicating key concepts succinctly, setting realistic expectations, and supporting patients with referrals and resources.
1. Review preparations for incorporate counseling into clinical care.
2. Discuss setting realistic expectations and supporting patients with referrals and resources.
Brianna Kuzbyt, AuD
I am Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology, board certified clinical audiologist, and clinician researcher in the Division of Audiology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. I specialize in tinnitus and sound sensitivities, auditory and vestibular diagnostic testing, auditory evoked potentials, and bone anchored hearing implants for English and Spanish speaking adults. I hold sub-specialty certificates for tinnitus management and clinical precepting. I am actively involved in research efforts and participate in clinical trials within the department. In the field of tinnitus, my work has focused on the development, implementation, and modification of an evidence-based tinnitus education protocol for providers of tinnitus services. I also get to work with doctoral students and visiting health care providers in the clinical education and training program as a clinical preceptor, serve on various national audiology committees and subcommittees, and volunteer in the local community.
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